Dusan Langura, a freshman walk-on for the Georgia Bulldogs’ basketball team, is likely out for the season with a torn ACL suffered while serving his military duty in Switzerland, according to a USA Today report.
After a sloppy game in the American Legion state championship tournament semi-final game on Monday, Rockdale Post 77 came back ready to play as they defeated Douglasville Post 145 14-3 in seven innings to repeat as state champions at Alpharetta Post 201 on Tuesday.
The successful summer on the golf course for Reilly McCullough continued last weekend.
The Rockdale County Sheriff’s Office has issued a lookout for a Conyers woman who was last seen leaving a friend’s house on Green Street on Wednesday, July 24.
Charlie Elliott opens new archery range; Panola Mountain hosts Sept. archery tournament
GSP urges Newton County drivers to use caution as new school year begins Aug. 2
School lunch prices won’t increase as expected.
Bill Meecham is retiring after 20 years with the city of Covington.
The city of Covington is offering incentives and financing assistance to those within the city’s gas service area who install or convert to natural gas appliances.
Rockdale Therapeutic Recreation offers tennis camp for special needs community
The Rockdale County Therapeutic Recreation Department offered a week-long tennis camp for the special needs community. The camp, sponsored by the Rockdale Tennis Center on Parker Road, served 18 participants and allowed special needs athletes to play tennis with their families.
Shasta and Lucy are looking for new homes
Club meetings for July 31, 2013
Community Calendar for July 31, 2013
A USA Today poll found that young people put “elected official or working for one” at the very bottom of their career choices. Given the performance of Washington’s political class, who can blame them?
What strategies do public schools espouse to oppose mounting opposition?