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Chamber trolley to be mobile visitors center

A new form of transportation will be used around the Square and Covington-Newton Chamber of Commerce President Hunter Hall says it’s going to be a mobile visitors center.

Newton Medical spring gala offers a night in Tuscany

Newton Medical Center wants to take guests to a beautiful night in Tuscany as it hosts its annual Auxiliary spring gala.

Chairman gives insight into ACCG conference

Newton County Commissioners took time outside of board meetings to attend the 2014 Association County Commissioners of Georgia conference, which provides tools, resources and leadership skills to enhance decision-making.

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Newton celebrates National Telecommunicators Week

Newton County celebrates National Public Safety Telecommunications Week

911 operators around the U.S. are being honored in celebration of National Public Safety Telecommunications Week, April 13 - 19.

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DCA offers finance tips to Porterdale

The Department of Community Affairs (DCA) offered some financial tips to businesses and banks in Porterdale last week.

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Willow oaks planted on Square

Willow oak trees were planted on the Square in place of a dying pecan tree.

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Painting the town purple

Square businesses promote Relay for Life

The windows of the old Mayfield Ace Hardware store are decorated in purple in support of the Newton County Relay for Life event.

Register to vote by April 21

With a little more than a month left until the 2014 primary election on May 20, citizens will need to register before Monday, April 21 in order to cast a vote.

Relay for Life ribbons to paint town purple

In the following weeks, a splash of purple will fill the city of Conyers in celebration of the annual Relay for Life event on April 26.

Decatur teen pleads guilty in Rue 21 robbery

One Decatur teenager pled guilt in connection with the armed robbery of two employees of the Rue 21 store in January, according to Chief Assistant District Attorney Bob Houman.

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