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McCarty places in mechanics competition

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McCarty places in mechanics competition

A Newnan man won second place in a Japanese mechanics competition. Nov. 26, 3:08 AM


Fall Charity Sale returns to Belk on Saturday

Fall Charity Sale returns to Belk on Saturday

Non-profits selling tickets now Oct. 29, 4:03 PM

 Third Charity Sale adds fundraising opportunity

Third Charity Sale adds fundraising opportunity

Local non-profits sell tickets Aug. 28, 11:45 PM



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Neighbors speak out about Poplar annexation

Neighbors speak out about Poplar annexation

“No matter how much good planning we do for the county, the cities can annex the land and change the whole picture,” said Commissioner Paul Poole. Mar. 22, 12:26 PM

Future Foundation CEO to speak at Women of Prosperity Lunch

Future Foundation CEO to speak at Women of Prosperity Lunch

The speaker will be Qaadirah Abdur-Rahim, the CEO of the Future Foundation, a nonprofit that empowers Atlanta's youth. Dec. 02, 8:41 PM

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Items for consideration as business briefs should be emailed to business@newnan.com Nov. 18, 5:51 PM

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Goodwill Industries team to speak at Job Networking Group meeting. Nov. 10, 5:33 PM

Coweta manufacturing jobs up 18 percent since last year

Coweta manufacturing jobs up 18 percent since last year

More people are working in Coweta as the manufacturing sector has added about 935 jobs since last year. Nov. 01, 11:54 PM

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Misty Jorek, who works for Magical Wishes Travel, recently graduated from the College of Disney Knowledge. Oct. 14, 4:35 PM


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Arthur Murphey Florist receives prestigious industry awards Oct. 07, 3:40 PM

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Items for consideration as business briefs should be emailed to business@newnan.com Sep. 30, 5:31 PM

EMC CEO Stephens Testifies before US Senate Committee

Chris Stephens, CEO of Coweta-Fayette EMC testified before the United States Senate Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition and Forestry Sep. 30, 7:25 AM

Female CEO speaks of lack of women in leadership positions

"It is important to share, inspire and encourage each other and our daughters to keep reaching for the limits, and it's important we keep supporting each other." Oct. 27, 8:05 AM

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Items for consideration as business briefs should be emailed to business@newnan.com Sep. 15, 5:33 PM

Contemporary Catering celebrates 25th anniversary

Contemporary Catering celebrates 25th anniversary Sep. 21, 9:20 AM

Deal: Meggitt Polymers & Composites to create more than 200 jobs in Rockmart

​Military aircraft supplier to invest $30 million in Polk County facility expansion Sep. 13, 7:07 AM

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Items for consideration as business briefs should be emailed to business@newnan.com Sep. 08, 3:29 PM

Port of Savannah shipping relief supplies to help Houston

SAVANNAH, Ga. (AP) — The Port of Savannah has two big shipping containers stuffed with supplies to assist relief efforts following Hurricane Harvey. Sep. 04, 5:48 AM

Brewery direct beer sales begin

Starting today, Georgia’s micro-brewers can begin to sell beer directly to customers. Sep. 01, 4:01 PM


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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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