Conyers native Ayanna Habeel received another honor on the golf course recently.
Good luck finding a frontcourt in college basketball more talented than Kentucky’s. In fact, the NBA’s Charlotte Bobcats would probably trade.
The good ol’ days when Florida State vs. Miami meant something are back. And everyone knows it.
With South Carolina’s upset win at Missouri, Georgia finds itself back in the SEC East title hunt.
AAU Wrestling chairman Terry Pride announced on Wednesday that a takedown tournament will be held held for Newton wrestler Tyler Head. While competing in an match last season, the Newton grappler was paralyzed.
Sheriff’s offices in Rockdale and Newton counties are investigating a claim by a young girl that her mother’s ex-boyfriend molested her about four years ago.
After an up-and-down nine weeks of the high school football season, Heritage is in the position every team wants to be in before their final regular season game: in control of their own destiny for the state playoffs.
Students at First Presbyterian Church in Covington paraded around the school in their Halloween costumes Wednesday.
The Community Calendar is a forum for announcing meetings and events of nonprofit organizations of Rockdale and Newton counties.
While holiday jobs are usually temporary, they can provide financial relief to those struggling to find work.
Citizen Read Pink edition generates funds for breast cancer non-profit.
Man allegedly tried to give false ID
Man charged with giving false ID after Covington Police officer recognized him from high school.
Newton County will be assisting the city of Covington in mowing and maintaining grass at I-20 exits. More than $4,000 has been set aside in the public works budget for upkeep, said Chairman Keith Ellis.
Board of Commissioners Chairman Keith Ellis is initiating a campaign to get 1,000 adults to go back to school by next August.
Wells Fargo donates to Empty Stocking Fund
Kroger partners with Empty Stocking Fund to provide gifts for local children
Experienced bankers Michael Shelby and D.D. Quillian recently joined Pinnacle Bank, a locally owned community bank that has locations in Covington, Social Circle and Monroe. Quillian will serve as a vice president/business banker in the Monroe office while Shelby has been named business development and services specialist in Walton and Newton counties. He will be based the Social Circle office.
Rolling Rock provides alternative to smoking cigarettes
Local couple opens e-cigarette store.
Voith Paper honors Pratt Industries
A new counselor, Gail Venerable, is joining Rockdale Family Psychology Clinic.
Rates but no plan details listed on health exchange