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Filming in downtown Newnan

James Johnson

Filming in downtown Newnan

Paramount Studios are currently in town filming a pilot episode for a Hulu television series – When the Street Lights Go On. May. 02, 5:08 PM


Hwy. 16 Paving update for May 2 and 3

Daytime paving will be between Tri-County Road and Carl Williams Road today and Tuesday; nigh time work will be around Short Road. May. 02, 1:23 PM

Sharpsburg man arrested after standoff with deputies

Sharpsburg man arrested after standoff with deputies

A Sharpsburg man faces felony charges after a domestic dispute turned into a five-hour standoff with law enforcement. May. 02, 5:07 PM

Superintendent praises community support

Superintendent praises community support

Coweta County School System Superintendent Steve Barker praised the community for its support of the school system during his annual overview to the Newnan Rotary Club. May. 01, 5:23 PM

​Safety features considered in school designs

​Safety features considered in school designs

"Form ever follows function." May. 01, 3:57 AM

Peachtree City Man Killed In Motorcycle Accident

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Peachtree City Man Killed In Motorcycle Accident

A Peachtree City man was fatally injured in a motorcycle accident Sunday afternoon. May. 02, 8:53 AM


National Day of Prayer events set for Thursday

​'Shout It Aloud'

National Day of Prayer events set for Thursday

Thursday is the National Day of Prayer, and events are scheduled in Newnan and Grantville for the observance. May. 01, 1:53 AM

Ferguson, Pace lead in fundraising for congressional race

Among the nine candidates for the Third District seat in the U.S. House of Representatives, former West Point Mayor Drew Ferguson leads the fundraising race, based on reports filed with the Federal Elections Commission through March 31. May. 01, 1:54 AM

​Carnegie hosts U.S. Senate candidates

​Carnegie hosts U.S. Senate candidates

Newnan Carnegie Library hosted a candidate forum Saturday morning that included U.S. Senate candidates Derrick Grayson and Mary Key Bacallao. May. 01, 1:58 AM

Candidates discuss trade policies

American trade policies and the effect they have on Georgians was discussed at the recent forum for the Republican candidates for the Third District seat in the U.S. House of Representatives. May. 01, 2:01 AM

Coweta in the Know

New and Noteworthy Local Happenings May. 01, 2:48 AM

Coweta Community Foundation

Mandatory grant meeting May 10

The Coweta Community Foundation has announced that a mandatory grant meeting will be held Tuesday, May 10 to kick off the organization’s 2016-2017 grants cycle. Apr. 30, 2:19 AM

​Mayor vetoes four-day work week

Grantville Council

​Mayor vetoes four-day work week

Grantville Mayor Doug Jewell vetoed the motion Thursday that would amend the personnel handbook to implement the four-day work week. Apr. 30, 7:58 AM



Business

​Kmart Reunion Day to become a tradition

​Kmart Reunion Day to become a tradition

When life gives you lemons, you’re supposed to make lemonade, but losing a job is rarely easy and for those who have spent decades at one company, the change can be even scarier.


Religion

​Local prayer rally may lead to future community events

​Local prayer rally may lead to future community events

More than 50 locals gathered at the Greenville Street Park simply to pray, meditate and be united with the community.



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Aldi Grand Opening

Aldi Grand Opening

Aldi was officially open for shopping in Newnan on Thursday.

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2016 CLICK Trivia Bee

Can't Never Could - Rob Estes (Short Documentary)

Can't Never Could - Rob Estes (Short Documentary)

Directed by Maggie D. Hickman, a brain injury survivor, this short documentary follows successful businessman Rob Estes as he copes with a devastating glioblastoma diagnosis. For more information about Rob's foundation, Can't Never Could, visit http://www.cantnevercouldinc.com/.

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