When the story about the bounties set on opposing players by the New Orleans Saints coach -- or coaches, I'm still not convinced that there was only one person calling the shots --came out I said that I hope that something is done to the "hit squad" as well. But I'm reconsidering that.
NEW YORK -- Yankees reliever Rafael Soriano stepped toward third base and bluffed a pickoff throw, then twirled and made a soft toss to first. No dice, the Tampa Bay runners didn't fall for that ol' trick -- they'd seen it too often. Starting next year, no one might ever see it again.
As Georgia State's softball team prepares to defend its Colonial Athletic Association championship this weekend, two former Heritage players are expected to be at the forefront.
CONOVER, N.C. -- Former Eastside golfer Taylor Smith showed that he could handle the pressure as he carded a 5-under par in the three day tournament to help give the Bobcats the NCAA South/Southeast region championship at the Rock Barn Golf & Spa Jones Course.
PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. -- Ian Poulter is enjoying his new digs -- his newly built home and his spot atop the leaderboard Thursday in The Players Championship.
Band Booster funds should not be used to pay for substitute teachers.
We already have too few authentic barbecue joints in this world and Harold's has long been one of the best.
Attack on free speech should be dismissed.
As of the end of March, FaithWorks has served more than 15,000 individuals in Newton County.
Which presidential candidate has the magic touch?
The Newton County Board of Education got a first look at a tentative budget for the 2012-13 school year this week.
Fire erupted in an office building adjacent to the Historic Courthouse in Covington Thursday morning. The building housed a law office and accounting firm and was also used as the facade for "Vampire Diaries'" Mystic Grill.
Laywer Philip Johnson is runing for the District 5 BOC seat.
The Chamber of Commerce is asking local lofficials to double its economic development budget.
Porterdale to host visioning workshop Saturday.
The Newton Detention Center blotter for May 11
Rob Watts has been named interim president of Georgia Perimeter College by University System of Georgia Chancellor Hank Huckaby.
Fire destroys law offices used as Mystic Grill on the Square Thursday morning.
Six vehicle crashes overnight killed 15 to 16 cows wandering on the roadway of U.S. Highway 278.