Well, Hello There
Informative tour takes groups through downtown Covington, touching on art, history, food, music and other areas of interest. by David Roten Talk about a one-stop shop. If you love art,
Infection in the Crosshairs
Piedmont Newton Hospital deploys a pathogen-reducing UVC robot in an ever-evolving battle, adding another layer of safety for staff and patients in a world forever changed by the coronavirus pandemic.
The Christian-based Repairers of the Breach organization assists those in need, including the homeless, the elderly and families who have experienced domestic abuse, loss of work and various other traumas.
The Willing Helpers Medical Clinic has provided free medical care to more than 8,000 uninsured Newton County residents since it opened in 2006. by Michelle Floyd With potentially more than
An Antidote for Anxiety
Sedation dentistry offers those afflicted by odontophobia—an irrational and overwhelming fear of dentists—a new option through which to combat their condition. by Patty Rasmussen If you have ever been filled
Familiar white buses have trumpeted the arrival of blue-shirted heroes every weekday since March 17, as the Covington YMCA delivers much-needed food and supplies to those in need during the COVID-19
The Newton Trails organization has spearheaded efforts to pave the way to a more connected community in Newton County. by Abby Taylor If you drive by Mayfield Ace Hardware on
Oak Hill Elementary School third grader Shelby Hammons transformed her love of cars into a Hot Wheel-fueled philanthropic pursuit that has drawn interest and support from as far away as
Creative K9 Cuisine
Amanda Yu-Nguyen was unexpectedly bitten by the entrepreneurial bug and has since turned what she first passed off as an insignificant idea—charcuterie boards for dogs—into a burgeoning business that has