COVINGTON -- Both Alcovy tennis teams made it to the first round of the Class AAAAAA tournament with the boys taking second place and the girls winning fourth in the Region 2-AAAAAA tournament held Wednesday and Thursday at Richard Craig Park in McDonough.
PINE MOUNTAIN -- The Peach Belt Conference announced its annual year-end awards for men's golf Friday night, with Georgia College golfers Taylor Smith (Mansfield) and Patrick Garrett (Kennesaw) taking slots on the All-PBC teams.
Hard work has paid off for Newton's Makayla Jackson.
GAINESVILLE -- The Heritage girls soccer team is one win from its first region championship in eight years.
A bridge deemed unsafe for large vehicles by the DOT has been repaired.
Hillphoenix broke ground on a new 500,000-square-foot facility Thursday.
School officials say staff should expect furlough days and no pay increases next school year.
A proposed ZIP code change in east Newton has been rejected.
One of the best things you and your wife can do to ensure domestic tranquility is agree upon a budget.
On Monday, April 29, we will kick off Air Quality Awareness Week with Gov. Nathan Deal to educate Georgians about the health effects of air pollution. It is a time to consider the meaningful actions we all can take to improve outdoor air quality
Weigh interests of children in selecting superintendent. This letter is addressed to members of the Newton County Board of Education. I do not envy you at this time. You carry the weight of all the children of Newton County schools on your shoulders -- and that should be a very
Teaching to the test is exactly what you want -- provided what is taught is comprehensive and essential and the test is designed to reveal what the student knows and can do. The problem with high-stakes, end-of-year standardized tests is that they do
Kate Caruso was a bright light in a world that seems to be growing darker with each passing season.