- Prostitution offenses now included in city ordinance
- Chilly for charity
- Teens charged with entering auto, statutory rape
- United Way Rockdale launches 2014 campaign
- Blood drive scheduled Tuesday at Oxford City Hall
- Rockdale volleyball wins 2 of 3 in Houston County
- Rockdale Blotter for Aug. 22, 2014
- RCSO receives SWAT vehicle
- Rockdale Commissioner Nesbitt says trash collection issue is dead
- On the Beat: Mother accused of tossing burning paper on sleeping son
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GPTC Law Enforcement Academy first in Georgia to receive CALEA accreditation 3 days, 14 hours ago
Covington woman re-learning to walk will join in Fuzz Run 6 days, 12 hours ago
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- Late error gives Eastside win over Lady Tigers 1 day, 14 hours
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On Friday, the new $287,000 BearCat armored vehicle was delivered to the Sheriff’s Office.
Honey Creek Elementary teachers get used to their new tablets.
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For the first time since September, 2009, the Rockdale football team will go into its game with Heritage attempting to start a winning streak in the series.
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