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Potential rezonings could bring over 100 new homes

City of Newnan

Potential rezonings could bring over 100 new homes

On Tuesday, the Newnan City Council will hear requests for properties located on McIntosh Parkway and North Highway 29. Apr. 23, 8:05 AM


Turin shopkeeper arrested again for underage sales

Turin shopkeeper arrested again for underage sales

A Turin shopkeeper twice accused of selling alcohol and tobacco to minors is facing new charges. Apr. 23, 9:34 AM

Talking to college students about the dangers of drugs

Talking to college students about the dangers of drugs

Trained students are giving presentations to the dangers of opioid misuse at the University of West Georgia and West Georgia Technical College. Apr. 22, 10:13 PM

Salvage yard rezoning on commission agenda

Copart of Connecticut wants to store wrecked vehicles on Raymond Hill Road before they are auctioned. Apr. 21, 9:03 PM

CSAP’s message goes to the movies

CSAP’s message goes to the movies

A PSA urging parents to talk to their kids about drug and alcohol abuse and misuse will be playing at a local movie theater through May 2. Apr. 22, 10:14 PM

 Sam Hose, 1899 lynching victim, to be remembered on Saturday

Monument, plaque planned

Sam Hose, 1899 lynching victim, to be remembered on Saturday

Sam Hose, who was the victim of a notorious lynching in Newnan 120 years ago, will be remembered at ceremonies on Saturday. Apr. 21, 11:07 PM

Drug charges lead to ID fraud bust

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Suspected stolen mail and social security cards found

Drug charges lead to ID fraud bust

A Newnan man on parole for identity fraud is back in jail facing similar charges. Apr. 22, 10:14 PM


Family of Rhonda Smith still seeking answers

Family of Rhonda Smith still seeking answers

Missing since 1984 Apr. 22, 10:13 PM

Homeowners can help limit flood damage from heavy rainstorms

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Homeowners can help limit flood damage from heavy rainstorms

Recent heavy rainstorms are leaving some Georgia homeowners scrambling for ways to prevent flooding. Apr. 20, 2:02 PM

Over $40,000 seized in traffic stop

Over $40,000 seized in traffic stop

Authorities said over $40,000 in cash was seized after a routine traffic stop Thursday. Apr. 20, 10:18 PM

90 new cases of measles reported in one week

90 new cases of measles reported in one week

The number of U.S. measles cases now tops 500. Apr. 19, 2:37 PM

Hepatitis A cases continue to surge in Georgia

Hepatitis A cases continue to surge in Georgia

Hepatitis A cases continue to surge in Georgia. Apr. 19, 2:36 PM

Georgia among states affected by E. coli breakout

Georgia among states affected by E. coli breakout

Health officials also said Wednesday that the number of Georgians hit by an E. coli outbreak has increased to 27. Apr. 19, 2:33 PM

Newnan teen charged in fatal stabbing of mother

Newnan teen charged in fatal stabbing of mother

A local teenager is facing murder charges after reportedly stabbing her mother in a dispute. Apr. 20, 8:26 AM





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Movers, Shakers, & History Makers: Episode 7

Movers, Shakers, & History Makers: Episode 7

Lenn Wood, a Coweta native and current candidate for the office of sheriff, has served for a number of years as the president of the Georgia Association of SROs and was sworn in as acting sheriff after Mike Yeager’s retirement earlier this year.

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Poplar Road Opens

Poplar Road Opens

The Poplar Road project has been more than 20 years in the making, and a ceremonial groundbreaking was held in May 2016.

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Movers, Shakers, & History Makers: Episode 5

Movers, Shakers, & History Makers: Episode 5

Sheriff's candidate Randolph Collins is a Coweta native who started out with the Newnan Police Department and eventually found his way protecting President George W Bush as a member of the secret service prior to returning to Newnan several years ago.

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