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Study finds March Madness may boost employee morale

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Study finds March Madness may boost employee morale

A new survey finds March basketball brackets and office pools can improve key workplace initiatives. Mar. 26, 6:51 AM


Business Briefs

​Parker United Bank Employee of the Year Mar. 26, 6:27 AM

Business Briefs

Nickell Rental opened its doors March 13 to its fourth location. Mar. 17, 7:20 AM



Local Business Briefs

Local Business Briefs

Items for consideration as business briefs should be emailed to business@newnan.com Mar. 12, 9:35 AM

Atlanta Dream presidents talk sports, business

Atlanta Dream presidents talk sports, business

The world of business involves strategizing and positioning, which is much like sports, according to WNBA Atlanta Dream Team President Theresa Wenzel. Mar. 19, 12:28 AM

NYCO brings U.S. headquarters to Coweta

NYCO brings U.S. headquarters to Coweta

NYCO, a wholly owned operating subsidiary of NYCO with global headquarters in Paris, France. Mar. 12, 9:22 AM

Chamber visits Capitol during legislative session

Chamber visits Capitol during legislative session

The business/entertainment industry, transportation and healthcare industry were discussed. Mar. 06, 1:50 PM

WGTC hosts Korean Chamber Annual Dinner

WGTC hosts Korean Chamber Annual Dinner

WGTC hosted the Southeast United States Korean Chamber of Commerce's annual dinner. Feb. 25, 7:53 PM

Business Briefs

Southtowne has been recognized as a Certified Elite Service Dealer. Feb. 25, 7:51 PM

Whitlock new editor of Southern Fly Fishing Magazine

Whitlock new editor of Southern Fly Fishing Magazine

At only 22 years old, Newnan native Ragan Whitlock is the new editor of Southern Fly Fishing Magazine. Feb. 26, 1:28 AM

Craft looks to turn college internship into paying venture

Craft looks to turn college internship into paying venture

Trevor Craft wants to paint your house. Feb. 12, 4:33 AM


More Business

Pinewood Studios expanding to accommodate film industry in Ga.

The film industry is booming in Georgia right now. Feb. 25, 8:42 PM

Business Briefs

Fidelity Bank recently announced that Jeff M. Brandon is joining its wealth management team as a client advisor. Feb. 04, 4:43 PM

Business Briefs

The partnership has awarded 40 scholarships totaling $29,500 to students in Heard County since 2002. Jan. 29, 1:46 AM

Students build leadership skills while helping community

​Local high school students are gaining leadership, social, soft and business skills while helping their community. Feb. 05, 12:04 AM

​Seven Steps to company success in 2017

It’s that time of year again to think about change, improvement. Jan. 31, 1:42 PM

Business Briefs

Sunshine Botanicals, a botanical skincare company in Newnan, has received the mark of excellence. Jan. 22, 6:09 AM

Business Women’s Network kicks off mentor program

Professional women from different careers and walks of life are part of the mentor pool. Jan. 31, 1:43 PM

Business Briefs

​Willie Jewell’s Old School Bar-B-Q to open in Peachtree City Jan. 15, 1:34 AM

Business Briefs

Style Life Salon recently opened at 38 C Hospital Road in Newnan. Jan. 06, 8:23 PM

Business and home loans prosper in Georgia

Georgia consumers are borrowing more money for home and business loans. Jan. 15, 1:35 AM



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Procession for Lt. Paramedic Michael Scott Norton

Procession for Lt. Paramedic Michael Scott Norton

Funeral procession for fallen firefighter Michael Scott Norton.

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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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