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The leaves are falling in Georgia on an even-numbered year, so we all know it's election time.
In March 2012, Newton County Sheriff Ezell Brown shared with the citizens of Newton County his decision to seek re-election.
How do schools with decreasing scores explain them and will new local school plans for improvement offer accountability to taxpayers?
Just as the 2012 Georgia Bulldogs put an end to loose talk about "old man football" in September, they put an end to talk about a soft defense Saturday night on the banks of the St. Johns River.
ATLANTA -- Georgia Tech's football team could be headed for its second losing record in three years. The men's basketball team, which opens a new arena on campus next month, won just 11 games last season and went 4-12 in the Atlantic Coast Conference. Some fans might be displeased that athletic director Dan Radakovich has decided to leave and take the same job at Clemson while the Yellow Jackets endure these growing pains.
CONYERS -- Ryan Sutton had been the starter at quarterback for the Heritage football team for nearly two years before being benched Week 7 against Clarke Central. The junior signal caller returned to the starting lineup last weekend and acted like he had never left.
ATHENS -- After underachieving through much of the season, Georgia's defense rose at the right time with a dominant performance in last week's win over Florida.
ATHENS -- Coach Mark Fox has a long list of reasons his Georgia team should be better this season.
Liens have been filed on five of Newton County's NSP homes, preventing them from being sold.
Ready for Halloween.
The name of Esther Occeas of a Boulevard address in Atlanta was listed on the Newton Citizen's Blotter for June 24, 2011, when she was arrested and charged with deposit account fraud. Those charges were later dismissed by District Attorney Layla Zon due to "lack of prosecution" by the victim
A three-day charrette will be held by staff from the UGA Center for Community Deisgn & Preservation in Porterdale Nov. 9-11.
Nominations are currently being sought for the 2012 Shining Light.
Snapping Shoals EMC has depoyed crews to Maryland to assist with power outages in the wake of Hurricane Sandy.
Covington Fire Department urges city residents to get burn permits before outdoor burning.
The 7-year old boy who died last month had been the subject of an investigation by the Department of Family and Children Services.
Pets available for adoption this week in Newton, Rockdale counties. Questions to ask before adopting a pet:. -- Can I make a long-term commitment to this pet?. -- Will I be able to spend enough time with a new pet?. -- Am I prepared for the cost a new