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Millennials changing the housing market and trends

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Millennials changing the housing market and trends

If you were between the ages of 18 and 24 in 2015, then you are now defined as a “millennial.” Nov. 25, 2:00 PM


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As Georgians prepare for fall temperatures, those needing help with their energy bills can looks to these resources for help. Nov. 25, 1:58 PM

Main Street encourages local shopping Nov. 26

Main Street encourages local shopping Nov. 26

Main Street Newnan is encouraging all shoppers to Shop Local on Saturday, Nov. 26. Nov. 20, 3:21 AM



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Coweta County Solicitor General Sandra N. Wisenbaker was named as chair of the elections committee. Nov. 05, 11:58 PM

Business Briefs

The award goes to less than seven percent of the wealth managers in the region. Oct. 30, 8:11 AM

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Junction Lanes is under new ownership. Oct. 23, 4:30 AM

Niagara Bottling donates $100,000 to Grady Hospital

Team members helped assemble care packages at their Newnan bottling facility. Oct. 23, 4:32 AM

Soft skills important for success in the workplace

Soft skills important for success in the workplace

According to businessdictionary.com, “soft skills” include communicating and conflict management. Oct. 23, 4:22 AM

East Coweta High School gets EMC award

East Coweta High School gets EMC award

Coweta-Fayette EMC recently honored East Coweta High School in Sharpsburg. Oct. 16, 8:47 AM

Business Briefs

The issue features a select group of designers from across the country, each judged by a panel of professionals. Oct. 16, 8:49 AM

Business Briefs

The U.S. Small Business Administration is now accepting nominations for its 2017 National Small Business Week Awards Oct. 08, 8:53 PM


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CharterBank awards $5,000 to local charities

Recipients included the Coweta Samaritan Clinic, Coweta County Special Olympics and Meals on Wheels. Oct. 09, 1:51 AM

Bowley to headline CCF’s Power of the Purse

Mary Frances Bowley of Wellspring Living will be the keynote speaker. Oct. 01, 4:00 PM

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​​​CEO David Blackburn has received IFA’s top franchisee recognition. Oct. 01, 3:55 PM

Georgia named top state for business for third consecutive year

​Georgia has been named the No. 1 state in the nation in which to do business for the third consecutive year Sep. 25, 7:28 AM

Business Briefs

Local business news and connections. Sep. 18, 12:31 AM

BWFC to host third annual Art Walk for Pathway

​The Business Women of Fayette and Coweta are hosting their third annual Artwalk for Pathway, which benefits Pathway Home for Women Sep. 11, 7:50 AM

2016 Small Business Awards celebrates winners

The fifth annual Small Business Awards was a evening of recognition, celebration and encouragement for the Coweta County business community. Sep. 11, 3:42 PM

Business Briefs

Piedmont Newnan Hospital is the sponsoring partner of the 19th annual Hogansville Hummingbird Festival Sep. 04, 5:22 AM

Business Briefs

United Bank recently announced its purchase and assumption agreement with the FDIC to assume all deposits and approximately $17.8 million in assets of the Woodbury Banking Company based in Woodbury. Aug. 27, 10:38 PM

Business Briefs

Bayer Properties recently announced the appointment of Mark Curran as general manager of Ashley Park in Newnan Aug. 20, 8:33 PM


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An inside look at Coweta 911

An inside look at Coweta 911

The first person to respond to an emergency is the 911 operator. While they're the voice of calm in hectic situations, they must juggle critical tasks within seconds, often while battling fatigue amid increased workloads.

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Grantville Fire Rescue

Grantville Fire Rescue

Members of the Coweta County Sheriff's Office and Fire Department rescue a disabled Grantville resident from a burning home.

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Abandoned grease trap

Abandoned grease trap

A Senoia family had a terrifying experience after two children fell into a restaurant grease trap. “We were about 10 to 20 feet from where the air pump is,” Kristen said. “If I could go back in time I would never let them get out and walk around.”

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