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ELECTION 2014: Henderson points to experience, achievement in bid for re-election

Newton County Commissioner J.C. Henderson says that there’s no substitute for experience when it comes to governance.

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Conyers resident honored for his work with AIDS patients

Conyers man honored for his work with AIDS patients

Conyers resident honored for his work with AIDS patients

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Rockdale native builds career in NYC's improv scene

Rockdale native builds career in NYC’s improv scene

Conyers native Ashley Ward builds improv career.

Local semipro football team starts strong

The Rockdale Rams semi-professional football team has taken the Amateur Professional Development League by storm.

Local semipro football team starts strong

The Rockdale Rams semi-professional football team has taken the Amateur Professional Development League by storm.

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Candidate Hunte would establish youth commission

After living in Newton County for 13 years, Sonya Hunte has decided that it’s time to put her talents to use in an official capacity.

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ELECTION 2014: Sims says he wants to reflect citizens' vision for District 2

Newton County Commissioner Lanier Sims is well aware of the similarities between his 2010 campaign for the commission and his 2014 run for re-election to the District 2 seat.

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ELECTION 2014: Brooks wants to implement consumption tax

Covington resident Aaron Brooks has a list full of ideas he’d like to bring to the state house of representatives, starting with instituting a consumption tax that would replace the state’s income tax.

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State House candidate to focus on quality growth and education

Belton: 'We can't let Conyers happen here'

Morgan County resident Dave Belton, who has now been campaigning for the District 112 seat in the Georgia House of Representatives for the last three months, is confident voters will find favor with his considerable experience in the military, the private sector and in public education and community service.

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Arts Association's 'Oliver!' features cast of 120

Arts Association’s ‘Oliver!’ features cast of 120

Arts Association in Newton County presents, “Oliver!”

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