Tiger Woods has gone a fifth season without winning a major but still considers his five tour titles a “great year” and is looking to add more in the FedExCup series starting on Thursday with The Barclays.
Atlanta Braves outfielder Jason Heyward was taken to hospital for X-rays after being hit in the right jaw by a pitch from Mets starter Jon Niese in New York on Wednesday.
Chris Johnson hit a three-run homer in the 10th inning as the Atlanta Braves rallied to defeat the New York Mets 4-1 in the finale of a two-game series on Wednesday afternoon at Citi Field.
After making it to two-consecutive playoff games, Alcovy’s football team is looking to make it three in row if they can keep away from injuries.
Georgia Tech has become synonymous with running the football under coach Paul Johnson. Running their spread option offense, the Yellow Jackets have become one of the nation’s most productive running teams. Last year they averaged 311 yards rushing per game, fourth-best in the nation.
More than $420,000 has been spent with 23 local businesses on the Miracle League field, Consultant Tamara Richardson reported to county commissioner Tuesday night.
County officials have started discussions on whether to allow a private entity to run Gaither Plantation.
Honda donates a dozen motorcycles to Georgia Piedmont for use by student mechanics
Georgia Retina — the state’s largest retina-only private practice, according to a release from the company — continues to grow and expand its services with the addition of retina specialist Dr. Hyung Cho.
A Covington graduate recently finished an internship in Washington, D.C.
State Rep. Pam Dickerson, D-113, is hosting a Family Fun Day event for Newton residents from noon - 3 p.m. at Trailblazer Park on Clark Street in Covington.
NCSO make burglary arrest; catch indecent exposure suspect; and investigate aluminum foil on satellite dish at area business.
It’s time to get out the peanut butter and jelly, grab and old blanket and head to the Covington Square to picnic at one of Arts Association Newton County’s most popular events. The fall Concerts on the Square series, held each Thursday in September from noon to 1 p.m., is set to begin on Sept. 5.
No Majesti Bass, no problem for the Rockdale volleyball team. Bass, a University of Georgia commitment, was out with a sickness, but Rockdale swept four games from host Grayson and Duluth Tuesday.