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Police searching for suspects in armed robbery

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Police searching for suspects in armed robbery

Investigators with the Newnan Police Department are investigating an armed robbery at the BP gas station on 1200 Bullsboro Drive. Feb. 20, 5:31 PM


Sheriff's office K-9 unit back on track with new blood

Teaching new dogs old tricks

Sheriff's office K-9 unit back on track with new blood

The Coweta County Sheriff’s Office has seen a great turnover in their K-9 unit. Feb. 20, 3:54 PM

Annual Poultry Show held at fairgrounds

Annual Poultry Show held at fairgrounds

Hundreds of chicken enthusiasts and those curious about chickens gathered at the fairgrounds. Feb. 19, 1:13 AM

Class gives 8th-graders jump on high school

History is happening in Newnan

Class gives 8th-graders jump on high school

To help the students maximize the benefits of their learning opportunity, Zachry called on some of his friends. Feb. 20, 5:30 PM

NHS History Bowl team headed to nationals

NHS History Bowl team headed to nationals

Newnan High School’s History Bowl team is headed for national competition. Feb. 19, 5:51 AM

Adkins, Medal of Honor recipient, shares story at  Newnan High

PHOTO COURTESY STAFF SGT. BERNARDO FULLER

Adkins, Medal of Honor recipient, shares story at Newnan High

Bennie Adkins proved his heroism in Vietnam in March 1966. Feb. 19, 6:27 AM


County may outsource building inspections

Coweta County is considering outsourcing its residential building inspections to a contractor. Feb. 19, 5:54 AM

Mother free on bond after toddler fires gun inside restaurant

​The mother of a toddler who shot his sister at a restaurant is now out on bond. Feb. 18, 6:02 PM

"Nothing criminal or fishy" – CCSO

Former Spanish teacher speaks out about resignation

Teacher Chris Cain said he chose to resign because his out-of-school contact with students was a violation of school policy. Feb. 18, 2:15 PM

Case closed against former Spanish teacher.

Teacher Chris Cain’s meeting in a local park with a female student during school hours didn’t break any laws, but it did violate school system policy. Feb. 18, 8:01 PM

Ratchet 33 aircrew remembered during memorial ceremony

Ratchet 33 aircrew remembered during memorial ceremony

​Nearly 1,000 military personnel, families and friends gathered to remember four fallen airmen. Feb. 19, 1:41 AM

ECHS’s Helfers named Coweta’s STAR student

ECHS’s Helfers named Coweta’s STAR student

​East Coweta High School’s Emma Marie Helfers is Coweta County’s STAR Student. Feb. 19, 1:41 AM

Grantville City Hall to stay in Glanton Complex

​Grantville City Council has decided to fix moisture problems at city hall. Feb. 18, 6:07 AM





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Rockaway Rumble Strips

Rockaway Rumble Strips

Residents are asking the Coweta Commissioners to remove newly-installed rumble strips on Rockaway Road because of the noise they create.

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2017 Citizen of the Year

2017 Citizen of the Year

Pastor Tamarkus Cook, senior pastor of Saint Smyrna Baptist Church is named 2017 Coweta Citizen of the Year

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Stack Demolition at Plant Yates

Stack Demolition at Plant Yates

Georgia Power officially retired its 830-foot-tall stack at Plant Yates by controlled demolition, a move Southern Company is making to diversify its portfolio of energy services.

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