News for Wednesday, July 11, 2012


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Tigers hoops take steps to move up two classifications

COVINGTON -- The Alcovy boys basketball team had a good summer practice despite not having some of their major players as they prepare to enter Class AAAAAA next season.. "We didn't have a few of our returning guys there due to injuries and vacation but it gave us a chance

Partnership releases Snapping Shoals from future coal plant commitments

An agreement with Taylor Energy Fund announced Wednesday signals the end of the permitting phase for Plant Washington and the release of participating EMCs from future capital commitments.

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Summer storm leaves some damage

Although the rain was welcome and the promised cooler weather is a relief, Tuesday night's stormy weather did leave a few casualties in its wake

Virtual school to hold information session in Covington

Georgia's public virtual charter school will hold a special information session in Covington today.

DOT addresses T-SPLOST issues

There are widespread misconceptions about the T-SPLOST referendum on the Special Election ballot, according to a DOT representative.

BOE Dems go head to head

Candidates for the District 4 Board of Education seat revealed fundamental differences in their approach to issues affecting the school system at a recent forum.

NCSS to hold technology night

Eastside High School and Newton County Schools' Technology Department are sponsoring "Back to School with Technology Night" next week.