The Salem boy's basketball team kept winning late Tuesday night. Led by Terry Salter and Dedrick Turner, who each scored 11 points, and a dominant defense, the Seminoles defeated Northview, 55-43 at the Lanier Shootout in Sugar Hill. Salem (4-0) held its third consecutive opponent to 52 points or less
The GHSA Reclassification Committee has placed schools in six classifications, starting with the 2012-13 academic year. The move affects all six schools in Rockdale and Newton Counties.
Law enforcement officials urge motorists to exercise care as they travel over the Thanksgiving holiday period.
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.
More shoppers are expected to take part in Black Friday this year, according to the National Retail Federation.
Rockdale County is renewing a design contract for another overpass over Interstate 20.
Students at Porterdale Elementary School in Covington celebrated Thanksgiving early, but with a lot of gusto.
Area children tell what they're thankful for this Thanksgiving.
It appears Glen Rice Jr. has officially declared himself ready for the 2011-2012 season. Rice, who was suspended the first three games of the season, followed two solid performances over the weekend with a 23-point night off the bench, as Georgia Tech never trailed in a 72-44 victory over Siena at the Arena at Gwinnett Center.
Michael Clark raves about Martin Scorsese's new flick, "Hugo."
Film Fans review the latest "Twilight" movie.
Michael Clark spotlights J.J. Abrams' "Super 8" Blu-ray and DVD.
This pleasant holiday treat from Aardman, the British animation outfit behind "Chicken Run" and "Wallace and Gromit in the Curse of the Were-Rabbit," has the old-fashioned spirit of Christmas at heart, spinning a snowflake-light tale with warmth, energy and goofy humor.
Michael Clark reviews Alexander Payne's new movie, "The Descendants."
Thanksgiving remains the most American of all our holidays. Thanksgiving belongs to everyone. It is truly an ecumenical day without sectarian divide. To fully celebrate Thanksgiving, you do not have to belong to any particular religious group or tradition, or for that matter, to belong to any religious group or tradition.No costumes or expensive purchases required. No loud music or forced late-night gaiety or painful next-morning hangover. Happy Thanksgiving.
Editor's note: Pete Mecca is the author of the weekly feature "A Veteran's Story," published Wednesdays in the Citizen.
Duluth It appears Glen Rice Jr. has officially declared himself ready for the 2011-2012 season. Rice, who was suspended the first three games of the season, followed two solid performances over the weekend with a 23-point night off the bench, as Georgia Tech never trailed in a 72-44 victory over Siena at the Arena at Gwinnett Center.
9/25/40 - 11/19/11 She is predeceased by her loving parents Pearlie and Harvey Morgan and aunt Odlean Day. Memorial Services will be at Stewart Baptist Church, 158 Stewart Church Rd., Covington ...