- Rockdale graduation rates increase dramatically for second year in a row
- Flu season strikes in Rockdale, Newton
- Monastery marks holidays with famous fudge
- National EMS outpaces national average for cardiac success rate
- Rockdale commissioners propose HR cuts; defer budget vote
- Santa's Missing Mail puppet show makes Conyers debut
- Elementary school students disciplined for bringing knife, box cutter to school
- Dentist's door broken in dispute over bill
Monastery marks holidays with famous fudge 14 hours, 59 minutes ago
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- Michael P. Bourne 5 hours, 22 minutes
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- Elementary school students disciplined for bringing knife, box cutter to school 12 hours, 56 minutes
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- NCSO deputies find marijuana during traffic stops 16 hours, 5 minutes
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- National EMS outpaces national average for cardiac success rate 17 hours, 57 minutes
The weather outside may be frightful this weekend, but organizers are hoping that rain will not dampen the spirits of those who plan to attend the various holiday celebrations in Rockdale and Newton counties.
Those who reach out to assist the needy will get a helping hand themselves this weekend at the Salem United Methodist Church food drive.
A Conyers man who pleaded guilty in August to extorting money from Social Security recipients or their payees has been sentenced to one year and one day in prison.