News for Monday, November 21, 2011

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Tech basketball teams return from road

Both Georgia Tech basketball teams return to their temporary home after road trips this past weekend. The women stayed unbeaten at 3-0 with a 74-63 victory over Marquette, thanks to an excellent night by guards Tyaunna Marshall and Metra Walthour. Marshall, a sophomore, had 19 points and six assists while

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Mansfield Mayor Cocchi to retire after two decades

Mansfield Mayor Wililam Cocchi is stepping down after 19 years.

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Giant Nutcrackers invade Twilights at Chimney Park

Twilights at Chimney Park returns on Sunday, Dec. 4.

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Savage takes oath in Porterdale

Tim Savage was sworn in as a member of the Porterdale City Council Thursday.

Newton Career Academy facing tight construction schedule

Construction delays mean that portions of Newton County's new Career Academy won't be completed when the school opens in January.

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Locals recall legendary Munson

Area residents share their memories of the "Voice of the Bulldogs."

Newton juniors outpace state in writing test scores

Newton County high school juniors outpaced the state on the Georgia High School Writing Test.

Sixth-grade writers share their talents with public readings

Young writers in Cathy Moll's class at Newton Theme School are allowed to read their stories aloud in front of their teachers and classmates on the Square in Covington one Friday a month.

Tech basketball teams return from road

Both Georgia Tech basketball teams return to their temporary home after road trips this past weekend.

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