Newton Blotter, Feb. 26-March 4
The couple plans to wed on July 26.
The couple plans to wed July 4 in Conyers.
Clements Middle School names honor roll students
The city of Mansfield has disbursed $2,700 to Mayor Estona Middlebrooks as part of insurance claims filed by the town for tornado damages last spring.
Last week my lovely wife, Lisa, and I enjoyed a “Throwback Sunday.”
The Rockdale boys soccer team is off to a 4-2 start, thanks in large part to the play of Shad-I Dawkins.
Georgia Perimeter College Newton Campus educators, students, staff and community members gathered at the school to dedicate a garden in the name of the late Pierce Cline, who donated property on which the campus is currently located.
One historic home in Social Circle is at risk of being demolished if enough funds aren’t raised to relocate it to a different property.
The Newton County Sheriff’s Office is seeking a man and woman who allegedly were so frustrated that another driver pulled out in front of them that they got out of their car and began kicking the other vehicle.
On the eve of the Southeastern Conference Tournament, Alabama’s Ashley Williams and Breanna Richardson of Mississippi State were both honored by the league as all-freshmen selections Tuesday.
Rockdale’s tennis team had their way with Newton to start region 2-AAAAAA play with a 5-0 sweep in both matches on Tuesday.
It’s been a difficult season for the Georgia Tech mens basketball team, but so far, Tuesday would have to be considered the highlight.
Commissioners want to improve the lines of communication between them and the citizens of Newton County by initiating a social media strategy.
Bernard Thompson and the Florida Gulf Coast mens basketball team are two wins away from a repeat conference championship.
Alcovy’s boys and girls golf team continued to dominate as Jasper County became the next victim to fell with a nine-hole sweep at the Oaks Course on Tuesday.
Mr. Archie Thomas Mulkey, age 95, of Jefferson, who passed away on Sunday, March 2, 2014.
The Rockdale baseball team had just enough to hold off Newton Tuesday.
Arizona Republican Governor Jan Brewer has vetoed the “religious freedom bill” passed by the Republican legislature. While there is no mention in the bill of same-sex marriage, or even homosexuals, most people believe same-sex marriage and homosexuals were the targets of the proposed law.