The Rockdale volleyball team celebrated its new state ranking with a pair of home victories Tuesday.
Newton errors, coupled with well-placed hits by Alcovy, allowed the Lady Tigers to have a six-run fifth inning to get a 10-1 run-rule win in five innings on Tuesday.
An Oxford man and two Conyers men were arrested on multiple drug charges after a routine traffic stop in Rockdale County that resulted in a handgun being tossed out a window and one man being Tasered.
Bread of Life cooking classes offered at Allen UMC
The Newton County School System and the Newton County Chamber of Commerce announed the 2012-2013 school level Teachers of the Year Monday afternoon.
Hitting harder and moving more explosively than ever, Rafa Nadal raised the bar of men’s tennis another notch during his defeat of Novak Djokovic in the U.S. Open final on Monday.
LeBron James can become a free agent at the end of the 2013-14 season, but the Miami Heat star isn’t offering insight into The Decision, Part II.
Ready Georgia is partnering with The Home Depot stores statewide to provide a preparedness-themed activity during the company’s monthly Kids Workshop.
From deadly tornadoes and dangerous wildfires to record flooding, Georgia has experienced its share of emergencies in recent years. And with the peak of hurricane season still to come, there is a chance for more severe weather in the months ahead.
Club meetings for Sept. 11, 2013
All Newton County public schools will release early for parent-teacher conferences.
Announcements for Sept. 11, 2013
T.J.Maxx, formerly located at 1680 Ga. Highway 138 in Conyers, has relocated to 1590 Dogwood Drive in Conyers Crossroads.
Perhaps if America had a successful track record in the Middle East, President Obama’s appeal for a “limited” attack on Syria might carry more weight. But because our attention span in the region increasingly resembles that of a fidgety 4-year-old, an examination of recent history is in order
As comic Oliver Hardy used to say, “Well, this is a fine mess we are in.”
Despite your repeated pleas of “no mas,” we will continue our discussion of Health Care Reform this week, specifically focusing on the tax credits and subsidies associated with the individual coverage mandate.
“Woe to those who call evil good and good evil, who put darkness for light and light for darkness, who put bitter for sweet and sweet for bitter.” (Isaiah 5:20, NIV84).
The diversity of the wildflower kingdom is minor compared to the diversity of humanity. Every individual is unique although he or she dwells within a family, a community and a culture.
At its recent annual meeting, the association to which our church belongs did a rather strange thing — they elected me as their executive director. Some people have suggested that I did an even crazier thing by accepting that role in addition to my current pastoral responsibilities.
Earlier in the week, I roused myself from my desk and went for a walk. Going down to the rear of the retreat house, I followed the path down the hill to the heavy equipment garage.
I’ve spent a lot of time with Jeremiah these past couple of days. You know him. He’s the prophet whom God called to declare judgment upon Judah, the southern kingdom of Israel, around 600 BC. He’s the prophet who faced traumatic adversity, house arrest, and exile. He is the one known as the “Weeping Prophet.”