Health & Wellness

Hot Seat

Former University of Georgia running back Kregg Lumpkin traded in his helmet for a hose in what some considered a surprising career switch. The married father of four now spends

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Health & Wellness

Hold the Door, Can You?

Jesus modeled an attitude of servanthood for His followers and set a standard we often fail to meet. A servant’s heart requires a willingness to put the needs of others

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Health & Wellness

Warm Embrace

The Spirit of Covington project sought to not only organize the city’s resources to tackle the homeless situation but to focus and unleash the power of charity and generosity of

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Sports & Recreation

Fast Lane

After recovering from a near-fatal injury that took part of his left lung, 22-year-old Elija Godwin competed in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics and helped Team USA capture a bronze medal.

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Sports & Recreation

Crazy About Cornhole

As the popular lawn game spreads its tentacles far and wide, it draws in players of various ages, backgrounds and skill levels through its raw simplicity and the family-friendly competition

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Arts, Education & Innovation

Music to Our Ears

The Covington-Conyers Choral Guild has touted itself as the east metro’s best-kept secret since 1984. Nearly devastated by a two-year pause during COVID-19, the internationally performing choral group now works

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Arts, Education & Innovation

Enrich Their Lives This Summer

Reading, writing and arithmetic still matter. Getting back to basics at a time when many children lose touch with what they have learned can give them a head start ahead

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Arts, Education & Innovation

A Better Tomorrow

Former Newton College and Career Academy students Esther Adewumi and Jennah Waters in 2018 brought the Environmental Pollution Pandemic Club and accompanying app to life in an effort to curb

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Living

A City Reborn

Porterdale not long ago appeared to be a community on the brink, but the tireless efforts of those who cherish the old mill town most have brought it back to

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