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The New York International Auto Show, which had been scheduled to open to the public in just two weeks, has been canceled due to concerns about the Covid-19 Delta variant and the steps being taken to prevent it.

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Newton County taxpayers will see a reduction in the fiscal year 2022 millage rate after the Board of Commissioners approved a $77.6 million general fund budget at its regular meeting Tuesday night

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The suspect in the violent attack outside the Pentagon on Tuesday that resulted in a death of a Pentagon police officer has been identified as 27-year-old Austin William Lanz of Georgia, according to a law enforcement official and Lanz's former attorney Lisa Wells. Lanz died from injuries su…

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A mandatory mask ordinance inside county-owned facilities was reinstated by the Newton County Board of Commissioners at its regular meeting Tuesday, Aug. 3.

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CONYERS - With schools re-opening and the Delta variant of the coronavirus continuing to pose a serious threat, Helping Hands Clinic, along with Rockdale County Commissioner Dr. Doreen Williams and Congressman Hank Johnson are sponsoring a “Back-To-School Barbecue: Healthy By Choice” at Whee…

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General Motors' earnings fell short of Wall Street forecasts — but the company expects better results in the second half of the year, even with continued chip shortages and rising raw material costs.

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CVS will raise its minimum wage for hourly workers from $11 to $15 by next summer, becoming the latest large US chain to pledge a $15 starting rate as companies compete for workers in a tight labor market.

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This past weekend I went kayaking — again. I was driving along the backroads toward our beautiful Edisto River here in South Carolina, there in northern Colleton County, when I spied a wonderful habitat. A “loading deck.”

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Pvt. Felix Hall was barely an adult when he was found hanging from a tree on a segregated Army base in Georgia in 1941. His killers were never prosecuted but 80 years later, the US Army has unveiled a memorial to honor the Black soldier who is the only known victim of a lynching on a US mili…

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The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Tuesday issued a fresh stop on certain evictions Tuesday, saying that evicting people could be detrimental to public health and would interfere with efforts to slow the pandemic.

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ATHENS – As students prepare to return for the fall semester, the University of Georgia is strengthening its measures to protect the university community from the ongoing threat of the COVID-19 virus.

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JEKYLL ISLAND – Agriculture Commissioner Gary Black, who is running for one of Georgia’s two U.S. Senate seats, spoke to the Georgia Sheriffs’ Association Summer Conference in Jekyll Island recently and outlined his priorities for helping law enforcement fight the crime wave sweeping across …

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