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Newnan High Feb 16
Congratulations Newnan Cougar Taylor Price who just placed 3rd in State! It’s great to be a Newnan Cougar!
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Newnan High Feb 15
Congrats to Davis Fabre who took first place in the county science fair! He now moves on to represent CCSS at state!
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The Newnan Times-Herald Feb 15
Replying to @reachmlee
What's a fast food permit?
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The Newnan Times-Herald Feb 15
A local man remains behind bars after reportedly attempting to steal the engine out of a Ford Mustang at a Newnan home.
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City of Newnan, GA Feb 15
In an effort to clarify trolley stop sequencing, please note that the Newnan trolley travels along a fixed route from Newnan City Hall to Ashley Park to the Governor Ellis Arnall Parking Lot. The city shares the excitement of those enjoying the community's newest attraction.
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The Newnan Times-Herald Feb 15
‘We Are One’ service calls for Cowetans to defeat spirit of division. Apostle Debra Harris said the Holy Spirit and the Bible are the defenses against the dark spirit of racism.
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The Newnan Times-Herald Feb 15
A recent study showed the obesity rate in Coweta County currently sits at 26.3 percent. However, a potential solution to this epidemic is already in our backyard – the LINC.
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The Newnan Times-Herald Feb 15
The Coweta County Water and Sewerage Authority is considering issuing new bonds that will be used to pay off existing bonds and save on interest.
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The Newnan Times-Herald Feb 14
A bill that would allow for and regulate the cultivation, production and distribution of medical cannabis oil in the state was introduced into the Georgia House of Representatives Thursday.
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The Newnan Times-Herald Feb 14
The latest restaurant inspections for Coweta County are now online.
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The Newnan Times-Herald Feb 14
The latest Arrest Log For Coweta County is now online:
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The Newnan Times-Herald Feb 14
Movie filming will close portions of Hwy. 16 from Gordon Road to Pinecrest Drive beginning Saturday.
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The Newnan Times-Herald Feb 14
State Sen. Matt Brass withdraws support for Equal Rights Amendment: “I feel in my heart that we can and will find a solution, but I don’t feel that this body should legislate based purely on good intentions,” he said.
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The Newnan Times-Herald Feb 14
Artists in residence turn back time with R.D. Cole pieces: Hoefle and Kahn are the artists-in-residence for January and February for the ArtRez program. Working out of Gray Cottage on Clark Street, they have been busy in recent weeks.
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The Newnan Times-Herald Feb 13
The Coweta County Water and Sewerage Authority’s new contract with Newnan Utilities covers more than just water sales between the two entities.
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The Newnan Times-Herald Feb 13
Memorabilia from music legends on display at Ruth Hill: From a record signed by Stevie Wonder to a football bearing Snoop Dogg’s autograph, the glass display case in Ruth Hill Elementary School’s front hallway holds a whole lot of history right now.
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The Newnan Times-Herald Feb 13
Construction for a new Costco store at Sharpsburg’s Fischer Crossing area is officially underway.
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The Newnan Times-Herald Feb 13
Piedmont Healthcare’s community benefit program has donated $45,000 to Coweta organizations that serve the community. In total, the program has given more than $500,000 in awards during fiscal year 2019.
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The Newnan Times-Herald Feb 13
Swift Link Wireless gave a presentation to Grantville city officials on Monday about renting space from the city for to provide internet access to the area.
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The Newnan Times-Herald Feb 13
Business professionals received a briefing of the business world in Coweta County, while enjoying networking, food and singing Mardi Gras-style at The Newnan-Coweta Chamber of Commerce’s 71st Annual Meeting Thursday evening at the Newnan Centre.
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