There were plenty of top local finishers at Spalding University last weekend. Newton and Heritage combined for six top-10 finishers in the boy’s race and several top placers in the girl’s race at the Jag Invitational.
Venus Williams rolled back the years to beat Belgium’s Kirsten Flipkens in the first round of the U.S. Open on Monday as the final grand slam of the year burst into life.
He collapsed to his knees in pain and bent over to place both fists on the ground after a back spasm at the 13th, but Tiger Woods still managed to nearly force a playoff at The Barclays on Sunday.
The Mark Stoops era gets underway with Kentucky hoping to change the culture of the program and erasing the longtime residue of losing.
Mills announces he will seek fifth term as Conyers mayor
Porterdale City Councilman Mike Harper has announced that he will seek re-election to his Post 4 City Council seat in November.
Superior Court judges have asked the county commission to expedite the expansion of the Newton County Judicial Center.
The county’s dinosaur of a financial software system is being replaced to save money and time.
Keep Conyers-Rockdale Beautiful (KCRB) is hosting a Cell Phone Recycling Drive with boxes at public locations throughout the month of September.
Students began moving in Friday
Oxford College students start classes Wednesday.
Health Reports for Newton, Rockdale counties for Aug. 13, 2013
These were the Top Five Stories on the Newton Citizen website last week.
McMichael's Construction celebrates 30 years of operation
McMichael’s Construction celebrates three decades of operation
A recent report released by the Public Religion Research Institute and the Brookings Institution (as told by The Christian Century) shows that the religious landscape of the United States is quite diverse and will shift in fundamental ways over the next two generations.
Here at the monastery, praying is a significant part of our conscious activity. We are in church four hours every day, chanting psalms, sharing the Eucharist, taking even more time for private time. It is a common sight to enter the church and see a monk or two sitting alone, praying.
Athiests want double standard when expressing their views in public
Depford pinks an import from England
Community Calendar for Aug. 27, 2013