Is it just me or are churches having fewer revivals these days?
Evidence has been mounting lately that the so-called "Bill of Rights" has become not only outdated and irrelevant but perhaps positively subversive.
Mo Udall was never able to convince himself -- unlike basically every other presidential candidate can -- that the very survival of the Western World depended upon his winning the White House.
With the season on the line, Buck Farmer was just what the Georgia Tech baseball team needed. The senior from Conyers pitched six shutout innings and allowed just two singles as the Yellow Jackets defeated East Tennessee State 5-1 Saturday in an elimination game in the Nashville Regional.
Local softball players have a great opportunity starting next week.
COVINGTON -- Malik Franklin did a lot to make the Newton boys track team a contender this season, winning an event in the Class AAAAAA state championship and placing him on top of the All-Citizen Boys Track team.
DUBLIN, Ohio -- A frustrated Tiger Woods matched the second worst score of his professional career as he battled to a seven-over-par 79 in Saturday's weather-delayed, wind-buffeted third round at the Memorial Tournament.
Four student-athletes were named recipients of the Aubrae Gunderson Memorial Scholarship
The homeless shelter has received three recent large donations.
Rockdale County's MIS Department has earned an important certification.
The 8th Annual Kim Atkins Memorial Tennis Tournament set for Aug. 24-25. Register now at www.kimatkins.net.
Jack Wheeler installed as Exalted Ruler of Covington Elks Lodge
Covington Elkadettes install new president
The Newton County Library System is inviting everyone to Geek the Library.
The Newton County Library Board of Trustees is working on getting repairs done at the Covington and Porter branches.
If your child has a penchant for the arts, then you might want to sign him up for a summer camp where he can dabble in activities like drawing, painting, pottery, singing and acting. In Rockdale and Newton counties, there is no lack of summer camp offerings to satisfy the
Congressman Hank Johnson visited a local farm recently.