This presidential election is a very important one for the U.S.A. and for our future.
Ever since I was a small child watching shoot 'em up cowboy movies on television, Texas has been a mystical sort of place for me.
Freedom of speech is the most sacred of the rights guaranteed by the Constitution and the Bill of Rights.
A Covington man was wounded by a State Patrol trooper Thursday after he reportedly brandished a weapon during a traffic stop.
School crime reports for Sept. 21. 2012
The Communty Food Pantry is asking for community assistance as their cupboard is just about bare and requests for help continue to cone in.
The Covington City Council approved an ordinance amendment prohibiting panhandling in the city.
The local Meals on Wheels program has delivered more than 18,000 meals so far this year.
At least one resident of Riverside Nursing Home was burglariized in the early morning hours Thursday.
More than 100 Oxford College freshman recently helped package meals for the volunteer organization Stop Hunger Now.
A suspect was reportedly shot by a Georgia State Patrol trooper this morning following a pursuit.
The new president of Georgia Piedmont Technical College began his first day of work earlier this month.
The Georgia Department of Education will offer the Microsoft IT Academy program statewide.
The Newton County Jail Blotter for Sept. 21, 2012.