COVINGTON -- The Indian Creek Open at Ashton Hills ended with some drama on Sunday. The second flight had a four-way tie, sending it into a four-hole sudden death playoff before the team of Clyde Haynie and Rusty Hawkins came off victorious.
Eastside’s Kylee Byrne has agreed to take her talents to Milledgeville where she will continue her soccer career playing for the Georgia Military College.
Big yellow means big bucks in the Newton County School System.
So the IRS is in hot water for undue diligence in evaluating conservative Americans and the taxes they owe.
More and more of us don't trust government.
Any non-profit group can earn funds by recycling.
The Cousins Middle School Community Based Instruction class is learning that hard work pays off as they've earned nearly $700 in six months for their recycling efforts.
Improvements to Crowell and Jack Neely roads are taking place this summer in preparation for the opening of the new high school.
A sewer project that will serve Baxter International and Stanton Springs is on the fast track to completion.
The Community Food Pantry is closed due to lack of supplies.
Covington Woman's Club honors members
Big Lots is asking the public to vote online for a favorite video as part of the sixth-annual Lots2Give contest.
Spinach lasagna rolls well worth the prep time. Popeye might have been a fan of eating spinach, but I'm not.
There are a variety of pets available for adoption this week at the Newton and Rockdale animal shelters.