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Conyers' Old Towne Fall Festival slated for Oct. 25

The 34th annual festival will feature arts, crafts, performances, children’s activities, great food and even an appearance by Elvis.

The 34th Annual Olde Town Fall Festival will be held on Oct. 25, featuring arts and crafts, performing arts, children’s activities, great food and even an appearance by Elvis.

Acuity Brands to expand in Rockdale County

Acuity Brands will spend $16 million over the next five years and create 700 new jobs as it expands operations in Rockdale and DeKalb counties.

Rockdale County woman falls prey to online dating scam

Online dating sites, such as Match.com, are fertile ground for scammers looking to take advantage of people in vulnerable situations.

Tips for avoiding online dating scams

SCAMWatch.gov offers tips for avoiding being victimized by online dating scams

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Rockdale County High School Homecoming 2014

Rockdale County High School crowned the 2014 homecoming king and queen during homecoming festivities this week. Matthew Bennett, left, was crowned homecoming king Thursday night during a bon fire celebration, and Homecoming Queen Carly Moon was crowned at halftime Friday night. (Staff Photos: Sue Ann Kuhn-Smith)

Olde Town Fall Festival 2014

The 34th annual Olde Town Fall Festival took place on Saturday, with hundreds of festival-goers enjoying not only the beautiful weather, but arts, crafts, entertainment, food and more. (Staff Photos: Julie Wells)

Atlanta Falcons vs. Chicago Bears

The Bears beat the Falcons 27-13 on Sunday, Oct. 12 at the Georgia Dome.

Cars of the Past Car Show

The Covington Rotary Club’s 22nd Cars of the Past Car Show was held this weekend on the Square. Proceeds from car show benefit the Empty Stocking Fund program, which provides Christmas gifts to some of Newton County's children in need. (Staff Photos: Julie Wells)

Great Miller Lite Chili Cook-Off

The Georgia International Horse Park hosted the 35th Annual Great Miller Lite Chili and BBQ Cook-Off on Saturday. Thousands of people showed up to taste test different variations of chili and barbecue, hear live entertainment and even the kids had some activities to participate in as well. Participants commented on how great the weather was this year compared to last year's painstakingly hot temperatures in the 90's. (Staff Photos: Sue Ann Kuhn-Smith)

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