Top of the morning to you! While browsing the town of Covington might not lead you to find any leprechauns, it doesn’t mean you can’t find a pot of gold. That pot of gold is what’s cooking up at Irish Bred Pub. Irish Bred Pub is a franchise based out of the West side of Georgia and two cities in Alabama. Owners Jack and Lisa Phillips remodeled the former Church Street Antiquities building in 2016. You’ll find them on the Square next door to The Cork.Read More
Author: Lauren Roberts
Throughout history, humans of all cultures have been distinguishing their bodies with art. From paying tribute to their religions, marking social hierarchy, or simple body beautification, this form of art has been documented as far back as 3250 BC. Many tattoos tell the stories of people’s past, their beliefs, and their heritage.Read More
Imagine yourself walking downtown in Ireland, listening to Irish medleys. The flutes, the bagpipes, and the fiddles fill the air with an ambiance of celebration. The aroma of corned beef and cabbage, fresh baked soda bread and scones and bratwurst cooking in the restaurants fills the streets. The first St. Patrick’s Day took place on March 17, 1762. The holiday is a celebration of the work of St. Patrick and takes place every year on the anniversary of his death (believed to be on March 17, 461).Read More
Chairman Marcello Banes is Focused on Moving with Unity – State of the County Address (Newton County)
The more I learn about Newton County, the more I fall in love with this community. Today, I attended the first Newton County State of the County Address which was given by Chairman Marcello Banes. Mr. Banes is all about community and the growth of Newton County. He is committed to his people. He mentioned the new hashtag with the aim of raising morale amongst the residents. The new hashtag is #NewtonOne. The ongoing theme of the address was ‘moving with unity.’ Banes spoke about everything with the intent of moving forward in 2018 in unity.Read More
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