Even as states like North Carolina and Louisiana cut tax incentives for film and television production companies, Georgia continues to offer the most generous incentives ...
Tears welled up as Kristen Bagwell accepted the award as Newton County School Systems 2016 Teacher of the Year Award, saying, "I've always wanted ...
The Social Circle Rotary Club fair returns to Social Circle High School Tuesday, Oct. 13 through Saturday, Oct. 17.
Jessica Herrick, 39, of Covington won a quarter-million dollar prize from the Georgia Lottery earlier this month.
Though the event was only promoted on Facebook and in the local papers, response to the upcoming Heat Homecoming 2015 has been so good, changes ...
The first candidates forum for the special elections taking place on the November ballot will be held Thursday, Oct. 8, at 6:30 p.m.
The Newton County Board of Commissioners held a retreat at the Fire Services Administration Building Wednesday, discussing some of the most important topics facing the ...
Benches at the Newton County Historic Courthouse were filled with people Tuesday night, many there to protest a controversial resolution placing restrictions on public participation ...
Lawsuits, countersuits, motions and amended motions continue to fly between the lawyer representing William Durden and Samuel Hays, and Newton County Attorney W. T. "Tommy ...
No, there wasn't a big game being televised live nationally from Sharp Stadium Tuesday. But, yes that was the Goodyear Blimp flying over town.
Covington City Councilman Chris Smith read a letter during the council comment section of Monday night's meeting against the actions of Mayor Ronnie Johnston.
Shots were fired after a fight between a woman and her stepfather began near Weat and Mill streets Monday evening.
General Mills recalled Cheerios and Honey Nut Cheerios Tuesday that were produced during certain dates of July of 2015.
Covington City Councilman Chris Smith used his portion of council comments Monday night to address a letter Mayor Ronnie Johnston submitted to The Covington News ...
Firefighters are family.
A delegation of athletes from Newton County attended the Ga. State Summer Games at Emory University May 20-22.
The Georgia State Patrol today announced their participation with law enforcement officers across the state for the annual "100 Days of Summer H.E.A.T." campaign. The high visibility enforcement program's goal is to reduce traffic deaths during the summer months. Coordinated by the Governor's Office of Highway Safety, the H.E.A.T. (Highway Enforcement of Aggressive Traffic) program targets speeders, alcohol and/or drug impaired drivers, aggressive drivers, and people not wearing seat belts or adults who do not properly restrain children. The program continues through Labor Day.
One of the men authorities were searching for in connection with last week's convenience store robbery has been arrested.
A Newton County teen was charged with child molestation and rape of a middle school-aged girl.
Pinnacle Bank in Social Circle was robbed today around 9:45 a.m. today and authorities are asking for the public's help in identifying the man responsible.
The identity of the man found murdered in his mobile home has been released today by the Newton County Sheriff's Office.
LAGRANGE - Troup County officials say a woman died after being hit by a rock slung through the windshield of a car.
ATLANTA - The state Department of Transportation says it will hold off on a plan to build privately financed toll lanes alongside I-75 and I-575 in Cobb and Cherokee counties.
A 9-year-old boy remains hospitalized after the family's pit bull attacked him Tuesday morning.
Power was been restored to downtown Covington around 1 p.m., after two power transformers blew and a primary line snapped off about an hour earlier.
Sugar, spice and everything nice - that's what little girls are made of.
Liberty Middle School was tagged this weekend by graffiti vandals.
Anna Daniel, daughter of Mary and Millard Daniel of Jackson, is the recipient of a scholarship from the Piedmont Cattlemen's Association.
The Georgia State Patrol is encouraging motorists to make sure their vehicles are ready for the road before embarking on summer trips. Colonel Bill Hitchens, Commissioner of the Georgia Department of Public Safety, said summer's high temperatures lead to an increase in the number of stalled vehicles Georgia State Troopers and Motor Carrier Compliance Officers see on Georgia roads.