Highway 142 at Peachtree Academy in Covington soon will display ‘school zone’ signs reducing the speed limit during school traffic hours.
The Community Calendar is a forum for announcing meetings and events of nonprofit organizations of Rockdale and Newton counties.
Newton Trails plans to celebrate the fifteenth anniversary of its first major project with a Community Trail Walk on Aug. 23.
Deputies came to a Newton County man’s house and seized several large marijuana plants, but a few days later, the owner of the plants called to let them know they missed one.
Latest restaurant ratings in Rockdale and Newton counties
Garth Brooks announced two additional performances on his World Tour at Philips Arena, bringing the total up to seven shows in Atlanta.
'Turtles' leads for second week, 'Guardians of the Galaxy' in second
"Guardians of the Galaxy" has pulled in more than $200 million at the domestic box office.
The Rockdale volleyball team made history last weekend.
The Recipe Box — Pepperoni dip
Newton BOC work session set for Tuesday
The baseline ordinances developed as part of the 2050 Plan have cost local taxpayers more than $250,000, but elected officials are divided over whether the finished product was worth the expense.
State code provisions, if adopted, would allow alternatives to fire code requirements that historical buildings can’t accommodate.
The Newton Poll is a weekly compilation of reader comments on subjects of local interest.
Covington woman re-learning to walk will join in Fuzz Run
Woman struggling with muscle disorder will walk in Fuzz Run.
Two students at Alpha Academy were arrested this week in connection with untoward behavior on the school bus that occurred just days into the new school year.
Fuzz Run coming up on Sept. 13.
Several Sims Elementary parents brought their concerns to the Rockdale County Board of Education at its regular work session Thursday night, particularly about the school’s technology services, Advancement Via Individual Determination (AVID) program and facility conditions.
Ronda Rich column
Terri Schlichenmeyer reviews “The Removers”
Master Gardeners, volunteers grow garden for food bank
Master Gardeners, Georgia Power retiree volunteers grow garden for food bank
When I first saw the news about Robin Williams being found dead, it didn’t really affect me too much.