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Death of man being subdued by officers ruled homicide

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Death of man being subdued by officers ruled homicide

The Nov. 20, 2015 death of a man who was being subdued by Coweta County deputies has been ruled a homicide. Feb. 11, 1:27 PM


School board pays tribute to Nixon

School board pays tribute to Nixon

Tuesday’s Coweta County Board of Education meeting opened with a somber tone as it held a moment of silence in honor of the late Don Nixon. Feb. 11, 1:27 PM

​Ash Wednesday marks the beginning of Lent

Period like 'compost heap' spiritually

​Ash Wednesday marks the beginning of Lent

Allan Sandlin, rector at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, told worshippers at the community Ash Wednesday service that he has found Lent to be more like a compost heap than a neatly tended garden. Feb. 11, 1:28 PM

Checking out for a move

Checking out for a move

​Checkers on Bullsboro Drive in Newnan is permanently closed. Feb. 11, 6:52 AM

Sharpsburg Council

Steering committee membership concerns council member

Sharpsburg Town Council member Polly Garlington is up in arms over the makeup of the steering committee for the update of the town’s comprehensive plan. Feb. 11, 6:57 AM

​Hundreds attend active shooter seminar

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​Hundreds attend active shooter seminar

Almost 400 people were in attendance for the Active Shooter Seminar held at the Newnan Centre on Tuesday morning. Feb. 11, 1:26 PM


​Newnan Youth Council visits Georgia Capitol

​Newnan Youth Council visits Georgia Capitol

The Newnan Youth Council (NYC) visited with Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp's office at the Georgia Capitol recently. Feb. 11, 7:02 AM

Public comment sought on 'Babies Can’t Wait'

A 60-day public comment period on the Babies Can’t Wait program runs through April 15. Feb. 11, 7:03 AM

​CCF offers training for local nonprofits

​CCF offers training for local nonprofits

The Coweta Community Foundation sponsored a training session led by Stephen Sherman of the Foundation Center-Atlanta on Jan. 19., with 33 local nonprofit representatives present. Feb. 11, 7:08 AM

​Faith-based disaster conference scheduled

Coweta and Fayette County Emergency Management Agencies are co-hosting a one day Faith Based Disaster Conference. Feb. 11, 7:09 AM

Applications being accepted for Leadership Coweta

Leadership Coweta is accepting applications for its 2016-17 class through March 30. Feb. 11, 7:12 AM



Religion

Slain Civil Rights leader remembered at churches

Slain Civil Rights leader remembered at churches

“But let judgment run down like waters, and righteousness as a mighty stream. The words of Amos 5:24 were a focal point of the observance of the national holiday honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. at Clark Chapel United Methodist Church.



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Newnan-Coweta Chamber 68th Annual Meeting

Newnan-Coweta Chamber 68th Annual Meeting

The Newnan-Coweta Chamber held their 68th Annual Meeting on Thursday, Feb. 4 at the Newnan Centre.

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Local pastor takes more water to Flint, Michigan

Local pastor takes more water to Flint, Michigan

St. Smyrna Pastor Tamarkus Cook visited Flint, Mich. on Monday to donate more water and attend an awareness rally.

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Bonnell Aluminum celebrates 60th anniversary

Bonnell Aluminum celebrates 60th anniversary

Remembering the past and celebrating the future was the theme Bonnell Aluminum used as they celebrated their 60th year in business on Tuesday.

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