Alice Queen

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New greenhouse in the works for Newton High

Plans are underway for construction of a greenhouse on the new campus of Newton High School.

Mansfield approves 2014 budget

A 2014 budget of $1.073 million was approved by the Mansfield City Council Monday night.

BOE mulls renewal of Ombudsman contract

Members of the Newton County Board of Education will be asked to vote on a contract renewal with Ombudsman Educational Services, a provider of alternative education programs, at their April 22 meeting.

Mansfield postpones decision on special election

City Council members discussed calling for a special election to fill the unexpired term of former mayor Estona Middlebrooks Monday night, but too many questions remained unanswered, so the matter was postponed.

Mansfield: More information needed before election call

City Council members discussed calling for a special election to fill the unexpired term of former mayor Estona Middlebrooks Monday night, but too many questions remained unanswered, so the matter was postponed.

Mansfield OKs compensation for former clerk

The City Council unanimously approved an agreement Monday night that compensates former city clerk Pat Mullins for the way she was dismissed and protects the city from any future legal action arising from her dismissal.

Forum draws wide range of candidates

At least 25 candidates in a number of upcoming elections have confirmed participation in an April 26 forum at Antioch A.M.E. Church.

Mansfield to pay former clerk for wrongful dismissal

The city of Mansfield has agreed to pay $14,000 to former city clerk Pat Mullins for wrongful termination in 2012.

Adoma continues push for senior housing

Diane Adoma is on a mission to bring more senior housing to Rockdale County.

Mansfield residents raise payroll questions at public hearing

Citizens who spoke at a public hearing on the proposed 2014 city budget raised questions about current salaries and the City Council’s plan to add a treasurer to City Hall staff.

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