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Cash prizes offered for NTH Christmas photo contest

Cash prizes offered for NTH Christmas photo contest

Winning photographs will be published in The Newnan Times-Herald on Sunday, Dec. 23. Prizes will be given for winning photos – $100, first; $50, second; and $25, third. Nov. 29, 7:50 AM

CAFI offers utility assistance

The program is for senior citizens over 65 starting Nov. 1 and will be open to the general public Dec. 1. Oct. 24, 7:32 AM



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

Garrigus family finds art, acceptance in Coweta

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Garrigus family finds art, acceptance in Coweta

When the Garrigus family goes out in public, other people tend to stare. Oct. 08, 9:11 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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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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CCSO pursuit: 3.12.19

CCSO pursuit: 3.12.19

A Newnan man is facing criminal charges after leading deputies on a high-speed chase.

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