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Unique initiative offers Newnan residents a ‘rocking’ good time

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Unique initiative offers Newnan residents a ‘rocking’ good time

A citywide scavenger hunt for painted rocks is taking over downtown Newnan and beyond. Jul. 15, 11:59 AM


 Bixler named Neighbor of the Month

Bixler named Neighbor of the Month

NNLC member since April 2016 Jul. 17, 6:56 AM

Downtown businesses contribute to New Leaf Community Garden compost

Downtown businesses contribute to New Leaf Community Garden compost

Bolton’s Bakery, Leaf and Bean and Christy’s Cafe all contribute their scraps to be composted. Jul. 17, 10:45 AM



Local teen cycles towards brighter future

Local teen cycles towards brighter future

Stearne Pope, 18, will embark on a 562-mile bike ride through South Georgia Jul. 15, 11:59 AM

Local musician returns from Indigo Girls tour

Local musician returns from Indigo Girls tour

Doug Kees lived and breathed a rock-n-roll lifestyle as a guitarist in the Michelle Malone Band. The band starred as the opening act for the Indigo Girls on the New England leg of their tour. Jul. 08, 10:01 AM

Shakespeare to take center stage in Greenville Street Park

Shakespeare to take center stage in Greenville Street Park

“A Midsummer’s Night Dream,” will make modern history in July in downtown Newnan Jul. 05, 2:17 PM

Library spearheads fundraiser for soldiers overseas

Library spearheads fundraiser for soldiers overseas

The "Operation Gratitude" campaign, which begins July 2, is to collect items for U.S. troops overseas.​ Jul. 05, 2:19 PM

Senior of the Week: Sue Sears

Senior of the Week: Sue Sears

Sue Sears has served to assist OneRoof through donations and time. Jul. 01, 1:19 PM

 Local area agency on aging director receives award

Local area agency on aging director receives award

Joy Shirley began work in 1980 Jun. 27, 7:42 AM

The heart of rock ‘n’ roll

The heart of rock ‘n’ roll

​Some pint-sized musicians became rock ‘n’ roll sensations for a night Jun. 23, 5:04 PM

Cycling club to pedal for cancer center

Cycling club to pedal for cancer center

​The proceeds will help cancer wellness programs, such as yoga, massage therapy, professional counseling, support groups, cooking demonstrations and art therapy.​ Jun. 24, 10:11 AM


More Community

Grantville senior center to hold quilt raffle quilt

The group hopes to raise enough money to repair their bus.​ Jun. 23, 5:18 PM

Artists find success, friendship in new children’s book

The dynamic duo of Janet Burns and Susan Davis met as strangers, but in the course of 10 months became fast friends and each others’ confidants. Jun. 24, 12:29 PM

About the author: Susan Davis

Susan Davis remembers finding her fascination with writing when she was a young girl. Jun. 15, 6:05 PM

About the illustrator: Janet Burns

Janet Burns discovered her passion for art on the prairie plains near the small town of Atchison, Kansas. Jun. 15, 6:00 PM

Newnan twins turn 95

​Mary Weddington and Martha Bronar are twin sisters who live in Newnan and will celebrate their 95th birthday on July 10. Jun. 17, 3:22 PM

New Deal helped seed modern environmental movement

Army-like program handled public works projects Jun. 13, 6:29 AM

New firefighters make history during graduation ceremony

Thirty-eight men and women are now part of Coweta County Fire Rescue's largest recruit class Jun. 17, 3:11 PM

Newnan-Coweta Historical Society recognizes local preservation efforts

Nominations were sought for historic structures, facades, landscapes and more that have been rehabilitated Jun. 09, 3:40 PM

Changing seasons in a gardener's life

​Gardening is a form of exercise that helps seniors maintain and build strength and mobility Jun. 09, 4:07 PM

Senior of the Week: Nancy Burks

Nancy is an excellent cook and an avid golfer, taking up the sport in her 40s, and has had four holes-in-one on three different courses Jun. 09, 3:56 PM



Video

Realtor grant to help revitalize Wadsworth Alley

Realtor grant to help revitalize Wadsworth Alley

Jess Barron, 2018 NCBOR President, talks about transforming Wadsworth Alley into vibrant public space for the community to gather and enjoy.

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Tamika Partridge surprises her son with trip to Disney

Theft Suspect Wanted

Theft Suspect Wanted

Investigators believe a man with local ties intentionally stole the wallet of a disabled senior citizen after he accidentally dropped it.

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