The old maxim "There's a sucker born every minute" can be amended in the Internet age. Today, there's a sucker born every second.
I came up during the period when modern pop culture was transitioning from radio to television and, at the time, producers and advertisers were treating the newfangled boob tube like a radio with picture.
From Michigan to Oregon to Newton County students are opting out of public schools and dollars are joining them. Now you see them; now you don't.
The Social Circle City Schools Board of Education has approved Dr. Todd McGhee as its next superintendent.
Brenda Holloway, LPN, has been named the Covington Rotary Club's Nurse of the Year.
Team Pinkaliciious offers family fun day at Walmart to raise funds for breast cancer.
Sokithia Shy and Qaiserah Sharif visited Covington's Academy Springs Park in order to find a quiet spot for Shy to work her magic with Sharif's hair. These yarn braids, which have a lot of staying power, take Shy about two hours to do for her friend Sharif who is looking
Local health departments offer "The Weight of the Nation" on website.
Covington officials approved a water rate hike.
World War II veteran recalls the Invasion of Normandy.