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City hires new fire chief

City Manager Steve Horton announced Monday night that he has appointed John J. McNeil as the city's new fire chief.

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Two teens charged in arson

COVINGTON -- Arson investigators with the Covington Fire Department have charged two teens in connection with an intentionally set blaze in a wooded area across the street from the Challenge Charter Academy on Geiger Street on Wednesday.

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Two arrested in car arson

COVINGTON — The Covington Fire Department has completed their investigation and two suspects have been arrested in connection with a January arson incident.

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Two arrested in car arson

The Covington Fire Department has completed their investigation and two suspects have been arrested in connection with a January arson incident.

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Arrest made in January vehicle arson

COVINGTON — The Covington Fire Department has completed their investigation and two suspects have been arrested in connection with a January arson incident.

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3 finalists named for fire chief

The city of Covington has three finalists in the search for a new fire chief.

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Fire officials investigate auto arson

The Covington Fire Department is seeking the identity of the person or persons who set fire to a vehicle in a wooded area near Capes Drive in the early morning hours Saturday.

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Family able to escape house fire

COVINGTON -- A Green Acres Drive home caught fire around 7 a.m. Wednesday morning, but firefighters were able to contain the flames to one room, according to the Covington Fire Department.

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CFD investigates two 'suspicious' fires

COVINGTON -- The Covington Fire Department is looking into two gas station fires, which they are calling "suspicious," that occurred over the weekend.

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Fire department investigates two service station fires

The Covington Fire Department is investigating two fires at area service stations in the early morning hours Sunday and Monday. One fire occurred the Pure gas station at the intersection of Emory Street and Old Atlanta Highway around 1 a.m. Sunday and a witness reported seeing a black male running from the area, according to the Covington Police Department. The second fire occurred at the Pure gas station at the intersection of West Street and 278, and according to a CPD incident report, there was a hole in a window where it appeared someone has thrown gasoline through it to ignite the building. For the complete story, see Tuesday's Citizen.

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CFD investigates two 'suspicious' fires

COVINGTON — The Covington Fire Department is looking into two gas station fires, which they are calling "suspicious," that occurred over the weekend.

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