Chris Starrs

770-483-7108 Extension: 238

chris.starrs@rockdalecitizen.com

Recent Stories

Tease photo

Hot Rod Walt and the Psycho-DeVilles bring rockabilly to the Covington Square

Psycho-DeVilles bring rockabilly to the Covington Square

Hot Rod Walt and the Psycho-DeVilles bring rockabilly to the Covington Square

Tease photo

Orquestra Nova Sound brings Latin beat to Covington

Orquestra Nova Sound brings Latin beat to Covington

Jorge Alvarez and his band will play on the Square in Covington.

Tease photo

New Depot Players presents musical comedy 'Nunsense' at black box theater in Conyers

New Depot Players presents musical comedy “Nunsense”

“Nunsense” opens in Conyers on the weekend.

Tease photo

Last Laughs Saturdays debuts at Rockdale Auditorium June 28

Last Laughs Saturdays debuts in Rockdale

Last Laughs comedy series coming to Conyers.

Tease photo

Conductor T.K. Adams to retire from community band after July 4 concert | PHOTOS

Conductor T.K. Adams to retire from community band after July 4 concert

Conductor T.K. Adams to retire from community band after July 4 concert

Tease photo

‘Party band of the South’ returns to Covington for free concert

‘Party band of the South’ returns to Covington for free concert

Swingin’ Medallions to play on the Square in Covington.

Tease photo

Arts Council celebrates 25th anniversary with Jimmy Buffett tribute band performance

Arts Council celebrates 25th anniversary with Jimmy Buffett tribute band performance

Conyers Rockdale Council for the Arts celebrates 25th anniversary with concert by A1A, a Jimmy Buffet tribute band.

Tease photo

Nashville-based singer-songwriter Stephanie Quayle to perform in Covington

Nashville-based singer-songwriter Stephanie Quayle to perform in Covington

Nashville rising star Stephanie Quayle comes to Covington.

Tease photo

ELECTION 2014: Young says she's ready for leadership role on school board

With a career that covers military service and work in both the private and public sectors, Alberteen Young now seeks to utilize her skills to improve the local education landscape.

ELECTION 2014: Smith sees room for improvement in Newton

Jacquelyn Smith is running for District 4 on the Newton County Board of Commissioners.

More stories