An unusual lawsuit filed by a principal in the Newton County School System served as a focus for many readers for about half of 2012.
News that Baxter International will open a bio-pharmaceutical manufacturing facility in Stanton Springs isn’t just the top story of the year — it may well be one of the top stories in the history of Newton County.
The Board of Commissioners recently tabled a vote on the proposed Salem Overlay, based on public feedback.
For the first time in its 80-year history, Augusta National Golf Club has female members.
All of a sudden, biting into a fried chicken sandwich has become a political statement.
Health Reports for June 5
Experts warn of summer heat dangers.
Qualifying wrapped on Friday.
The Newton Citizen Poll for May 27
Second Lt. Andy Farris spent 365 days fighting in some of the most historic and ferocious engagements of the Vietnam War, including the Tet Offensive of '68.
The motions hearing regarding the LaQuanda Carpenter lawsuit against individuals commenting on the Newton Citizen website has been rescheduled for June 19.
Army veteran Ray Rupple walked across France and Germany during his 18 months of combat.
Indian Creek Golf Club is under new ownership and is getting a makeover in preparation for an August reopening.
Fire erupted in an office building adjacent to the Historic Courthouse in Covington Thursday morning. The building housed a law office and accounting firm and was also used as the facade for "Vampire Diaries'" Mystic Grill.
Rob Watts has been named interim president of Georgia Perimeter College by University System of Georgia Chancellor Hank Huckaby.
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- BIRTH: Nathaniel Leshok
- ANNIVERSARY: Tom and Patricia Abbott 50th anniversary
- ENGAGEMENT: Lauren Boblenz and Roberto Perez
- ENGAGEMENT: Emily Leissa and Clayton Johnson
- Rockdale/Newton Announcements 2015
- Rockdale/Newton Club Meetings 2015
- JULIE WELLS: Move past your problems and find Jesus
- Georgia Credit Unions finish strong in final quarter of 2014
- Church at Covington hosts Newton Leadercast
- Inspect-All Services awarded Best of 2014 on Kudzu
- Local Realtor trains to help military families relocate
- Find clothes for children and adults at Brandy's Hope Chest, a Covington consignment shop
- Amici aims to please customers through great food, service
- Auto brokerage sells vehicles at a discount
- Discovery Point Conyers awarded 3-star rating from state
- WildArt gallery opens on Covington Square
- Family Community Housing Association offers workshop to assist potential homebuyers, those facing foreclosure
- Ga. lawmakers press forward on medical marijuana
- David Perdue, Michelle Nunn take shots in Senate race debate
- ELECTION 2014: Fleming says experience makes him the best choice for District 112
- ELECTION 2014: Henderson points to experience, achievement in bid for re-election
- ELECTION 2014: Candidate Hunte would establish youth commission
- ELECTION 2014: Sims says he wants to reflect citizens' vision for District 2
- ELECTION 2014: Brooks wants to implement consumption tax
- Covington amending temp sign ordinance
- Covington Council approves mayor's economic development plan 1 comment
- Tuesday's BOC meeting canceled: Work session on firearms discharge to be held at later date 8 comments