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Coweta Lives Matter

Coweta Lives Matter



A booster tries to counteract negative portrayal

Norma Haynes and the Newnan-Coweta Public Safety Foundation help lift up first responders Oct. 03, 12:47 PM

Communication at the core of police work in Newnan

​After a summer filled with reports of attacks on police, Newnan remained relatively unscathed by the violence Oct. 03, 12:47 PM



A black cop sees community from both sides

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A black cop sees community from both sides

Officer Clifton White now patrols the streets he grew up and played on. Oct. 03, 12:48 PM

The message and lessons of 9/11

The message and lessons of 9/11

​A year filled with racial tensions in many parts of the country prompts recollection of a time 15 years ago today in which the country came together in response to terrorists’ attacks and the threat of more terrorism. Sep. 30, 10:57 AM

Carole Newell’s story shows changes in Coweta

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Carole Newell’s story shows changes in Coweta

As a child of Newnan’s Chalk Level community, Carole Newell rarely saw white people. Oct. 08, 9:12 PM


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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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