These cupcakes are the perfect green dessert to take to a St. Patrick’s Day celebration.
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Central Community Church hosts motherhood conference
Central Community Church hosts conference for mothers.
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With another conference title hanging in the balance, a pair of guards delivered in a big way for Tennessee.
The Heritage boys soccer team had an excellent week, capped by a 4-2 victory over Habersham Central Saturday at Evans Memorial Stadium.
The Community Calendar is a forum for announcing meetings and events of nonprofit organizations of Rockdale and Newton counties.
Ayanna Mitchell continued to add to a memorable high school career with a state-wide honor Saturday.
The Newton Poll is a weekly compilation of reader comments on subjects of local interest.
Motorists traveling on Interstate 20 West between mile markers 92 and 95 could experience some delays. Georgia Department of Transportation will close one lane for right shoulder milling and asphalt work starting at noon Sunday through 8 a.m. Thursday, March 13 depending on weather.
A 7-year-old West Newton Elementary School student is facing disciplinary action after he allegedly touched three fellow students in an inappropriate manner.
A standoff involving police in a townhouse community operated by the Conyers Housing Authority ended peacefully after the suspect locked himself inside his residence.
Those interested in having their name on the election ballot received their last opportunity to do so on Friday. Qualifying closed at noon on Friday in Newton and Rockdale counties.
Japanese sword handling techniques take stage at Conyers Cherry Blossom Festival
Japanese Swordmanship of Gwinnett County to perform at Cherry Blossom Festival.
Terrence "Terry" R. Wilson, age 70, of Grayson, passed away on Thursday, March 6, 2014. Peachtree Cremation Society. www.peachtreecremation.com
With 8 1/2 minutes to play in Friday’s quarterfinal of the SEC Tournament, the double-digit seed must’ve been feeling pretty good, leading the No. 2 seed by four points. But that’s about where the game turned in the favor of one of the conference’s finest teams.