Top officials with Newton County and three city governments were among those attending a series of pre-legislative session meetings with Newton County Legislative Delegation members.
Using the remainder of 2011 SPLOST funds, the city of Covington has elected to pave 11 streets as part of a Local Maintenance and Improvement Grant (LMIG) project.
Hours of operation for parks across the city of Covington could be getting cut.
An application for a special use permit to open an oil change business on Georgia Hwy. 278 was denied by the Covington City Council during its regular meeting Monday, Jan. 4.
Before ringing in the new year, the city of Covington helped Newton County’s Annie Maud Belcher Roby celebrate her 90th birthday Sunday, Dec. 27, with a “COVID-style” birthday parade.
Santa and a longtime “family” member helped Covington Police Department show some students that officers do not only show up when bad things happen.
Porterdale City Council is set to give final approval to its 2021 budget that is a slight increase from its 2020 spending plan.
City and county officials gathered Thursday morning, Dec. 17, for a ceremonial ground-breaking on The Cove at Covington Town Center — a 26-acre, $57 million apartment complex that will provide 350 “Class A” apartments starting in 2022.
Replacing one of the Covington Fire Department’s trucks with a 100-foot, mid-mount ladder truck will cost nearly $1.43 million.
Visions of paving the last of the Cricket Frog Trail will soon come to fruition for the city of Covington.