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Airport authority digging into groundwork for lofty goals

The Covington Municipal Airport Authority is on a mission to make the airport a premier air transportation facility to serve the area.

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Conyers' Vertafore holds blood drive in honor of cancer patient

Vertafore in Conyers is holding a blood drive in honor of cancer patient.

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Pink pup parade to honor Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Pink pooches on parade!

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Georgia Tech vs. Georgia Southern Football

Scenes from the Georgia Tech vs. Georgia Southern football game on Sept. 13, 2014.

Georgia vs. South Carolina Football

Scenes from the Georgia vs. South Carolina football game played Sept. 13, 2014.

2014 Fuzz Run

The annual Fuzz Run took place today. The fun run and 5K race, starting and ending at the Conyers Street Gym, are sponsored annually by the Covington Police Department and many local sponsors. According to CPD Capt. Ken Malcom, one of the Fuzz Run organizers who has worked on the event for 20 years, this year’s sponsors have contributed almost $50,000 to the fundraiser. (Staff Photos: SueAnn Kuhn-Smith)

Highway 36 Music Barn

Citizen photographer Lee Depkin visited the Highway 36 Music Barn, located just 3 miles off the square in Covington, where the general public is invited to hear country music, gospel and rock ’n’ roll, 7 to 10 p.m. on the second and fourth Thursday of each month, all for no admission. The Music Barn has entertained audiences since 2009. (Staff Photos: Lee Depkin)

Tykes, Tots and Teen Sale

The semi-annual Tykes, Tots and Teens sale has become a sure sign that fall is just around the corner. The sale, which is located at 1996 Centennial Olympic Parkway, inside the Georgia International Horse Park, was abuzz Wednesday with consignors dropping of their goods to be sold, and the volunteers making sure that clothes are inspected, the DVD’s actually work, and that the toys are in good working order. The sale begins this Saturday and will run through Sept. 20.


Rockdale looks for 4-0 start on gridiron

The Rockdale football team has won its first three games - it’s second-such start in as many seasons - thanks to wins over county rivals Heritage and Salem and last week’s victory over Meadowcreek. Despite the fast start and the program’s turnaround from an 8-23 stretch from 2010-2012 (last year’s team went 6-4), things don’t get any easier for the Bulldogs.


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