News for Monday, April 23, 2012


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Charges dropped against homeowners arrested for loitering and prowling

COVINGTON -- The Newton County Sheriff's Office is investigating all parties involved in a complaint that resulted in the arrest of a Stone Mountain couple Thursday night.. According to NCSO spokesman First Lt. Mark Mitchell, deputies were called around 9:15 p.m. to 1419 Lower River Road with the report of

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Music Fest to benefit Elks Aidmore

Elks Aidmore will sponsor its first-ever musical festival on April 28.

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NCSS to install bus cameras

The Newton County School System has entered into a five-year agreement with American Traffic Solutions Inc. and the Newton County Sheriff's Office that would implement a bus arm camera program aimed at catching more violations.

Health inspections for Newton, Rockdale counties

Health Reports for restaurants in Newton and Rockdale counties for April 24.

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First FFA executive director honored as he nears 100

Newton resident T.D. Brown is being honored for his lifelong service in the field of agriculture.

Social Circle City Council denies annexation

The Social Circle City Council denied an annexation request last week because ownership of the land is in question.

Liberty Middle principal to retire

Liberty Middle School Principal Vic Lee will retire at the end of the current school year, effective June 30.