News for Friday, September 2, 2011

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Last minute touchdown gives Newton the 10-3 win over Eastside

Questionable calls on both sides of the ball helped determine the outcome as Eastside relinquished the lead in the final 30 seconds of the game, giving Newton the 10-3 win in the county-rivalry game on Friday.

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Rockdale Falls At Loganville

Rockdale football loses to Loganville 30-3

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Seminoles Bounce Back Against Madison County

Salem football defeats Madison County 36-7 in Danielsville

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Patriots Come From Behind to Shock Clarke Central

Heritage erases 14-0 deficit, moves to 2-0

Heritage's football team came from behind to upset Class AAAA No. 10 Clarke Central, Friday in Conyers.

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Simoes-Mann Engagement

Simoes-Mann Engagement

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Emmons-Minear Wedding

Emmons-Minear Wedding

Newton County deputies to assist with security at Dems convention

The Newton County Sheriff's Office has been invited to participate in security at the National Democratic Convention in 2012.

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Conyers police arrest two bank robbery suspects

Conyers Police arrested a Covington man and a Conyers man Friday morning in connection with a robbery of the Wells Fargo bank branch on Dogwood Drive, near Ga. Highway 138. The arrests were made following a foot chase from the bank. Police closed off an area along Old Covington Highway and toward Gees Mill Road when the robbery call was made. Police has since allowed traffic back into the area.

Jack Simpson: Come on down

It's time for a true leader to step forward.

Oxford soccer team captures first win

The Oxford women's soccer team records its first win of the season.

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Ravens use turnovers to beat winless Falcons, 21-7

The Falcons fall again to finish the preseason with an 0-4 record, losing Thursday night to the Ravens, who turn turnovers into points to beat Atlanta, 21-7, in a game in which most of the starters rested.

Note to readers: New Weekend Edition coming

The Citizen newspapers launch a new Weekend Edition on Sunday.

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Crafts, food, children's activities abound at Harvest Jubilee

Linda George and her fellow volunteers were already busy this week rushing around town getting ready for an event that has brought fun and hope to the community now for 18 years.. The Harvest Jubilee is sponsored each year by Smyrna Presbyterian Church and offers a dizzying array of events

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