News for Wednesday, September 25, 2013

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Oh, hay!

Harvest time is reflected in this bucolic scene captured shortly after sunrise this week in eastern Newton County where dozens of hay rolls dot the fields. Heavy rainfall throughout the summer months delayed hay-cutting throughout the state. Hay is one of the biggest crops in Newton County and, along with livestock, is among the highest value farm gate crops in the county. (Staff Photo: Alice Queen)

Covington Fire Department hosts Family Fun Night

October is Fire Prevention Month

Covington Fire Department hosts Family Fun Night Oct. 17 at Walmart parking lot

Conyers election superintendent finds Ware not qualified to run for mayor

Conyers election superintendent finds Ware not qualified to run for mayor

Heritage hosts defending state champ Friday

The Heritage football team has been living dangerously through the first month of the season.

Rockdale volleyball secures No. 2 area seed

The Rockdale volleyball team will be the No. 2 seed in the Area 8-AAAAAA Tournament next month, thanks to a recent victory.

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Johnson trails Cuddyer in race for batting title

When Chris Johnson lifted his batting average to .334 with hits in his first two at-bats on Saturday against the Cubs in Chicago, it looked like a third Braves third baseman really might win a National League batting title.

City reps: Engineering estimate too high on pedestrian bridge

After the engineering firm ranked the most qualified to work on Covington’s pedestrian bridge submitted a cost of about four times initial estimates, the City Council has selected the second highest ranked firm.

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