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Neighbors find friendship through food

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Neighbors find friendship through food

Cooking is how Dawn Conrad and Amanda Janes went from being strangers to neighbors and now close friends. Jul. 19, 11:34 AM


Camp turns youths into top-notch chefs

Camp turns youths into top-notch chefs

Ten local children may soon be giving nationally known “Top Chefs” a run for their money. Aug. 01, 10:54 PM

The U.S. Air Force Academy: graduation and reflection

Cooking with Amelia

The U.S. Air Force Academy: graduation and reflection

Whenever Evan is home for a meal, sweet potato casserole registers his favorite dish. Jul. 25, 9:56 PM



Flavorful ‘Fourth feasts’ still servable all summer

Flavorful ‘Fourth feasts’ still servable all summer

A fun dessert designed to look like the American flag, these “holiday” dishes can still be recreated throughout the summer months. Jul. 19, 11:35 AM

Tea in Senoia offers formality and fun

Tea in Senoia offers formality and fun

A highlight of the tea each year is the hat contest. Jul. 05, 2:59 PM

Woman prepares meals for families following funerals

Woman prepares meals for families following funerals

Cebulski leads the Mercy Meals Ministry at St. George. The ministry provides a meal after a funeral for the relatives and friends of the deceased. Jun. 28, 7:35 AM

Culinary camp for kids

Culinary camp for kids

Local children will be chopping, tossing, cooking and whipping up delectable delights from soup and salads to baked chicken and cakes at the St. George Catholic Church in July. ​ Jun. 15, 9:35 AM

Refreshing Summer Desserts

Refreshing Summer Desserts

Summertime is finally here, which means it’s time for vacations, barbecues and family reunions. With all these events comes finding a tasty dessert that will please a crowd. Jun. 06, 4:36 PM

A rainy season may wreak havoc on summer crops

A rainy season may wreak havoc on summer crops

So far, the state of Georgia has received more than 20 inches of rain in 2018. Jun. 14, 6:50 AM

Local man shares the ‘fine art’ of smoking meats

Local man shares the ‘fine art’ of smoking meats

On any given weekend or holiday, there are usually dense, white puffs of smoke hanging over Bill Bradley’s Newnan home. May. 31, 9:42 AM

Accountant by day, dessert designer by night

Accountant by day, dessert designer by night

Carla White’s kitchen on nights and weekends looks like almost every child’s nighttime fantasy. May. 24, 7:06 AM


More Food

Father, daughter keep business ‘popping’ around Coweta county

​You can smell Courtney Wilbanks and Bob Horner’s Kettleworks food stand a block away. May. 21, 10:26 PM

Award-winning chef to present new cookbook at Carnegie Library

Renowned chef Virginia Willis will return to the Carnegie Library on Saturday, May 5. May. 02, 3:57 PM

Navy vet causing commotion with creative crepes

Lisa Roiret is an aficionado when it comes to creating authentic French crepes. Apr. 26, 2:30 PM

Students graduate from culinary classes

Some local middle and high school students can now add the title of “Chef” to their names. Apr. 12, 12:29 AM

Local ministry teaches children to cook

Some area teens will test their culinary skills on Saturday. Apr. 05, 5:27 AM

Passover traditions mean time of renewal

Both Christians and Jews around the world will solemnly commemorate historical religious events on Friday. Mar. 28, 8:28 PM

The ‘Feast of Saint George’

Local church creates unique cookbook to celebrate their faith Mar. 22, 7:39 AM

The luck of the Irish…

Corned beef and cabbage was also not on the menu when the celebration started on March 17, 1631, according to www.history.com . Mar. 14, 10:56 PM

Church celebrates Lent with annual luncheon

Millions of people continue to celebrate the season of Lent, including parishioners at St. George Catholic Church at 771 Roscoe Road. Mar. 09, 7:00 AM

Local organization gives folks a taste of beekeeping

Scales assumes responsibility for making sure the honeybee population is maintained for years to come. Jun. 21, 7:48 AM


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School officials threatened with RICO lawsuit

School officials threatened with RICO lawsuit

Coweta County Board of Education members agree to pursue a third-party investigation to counter what the board’s attorney said he believes are baseless allegations.

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Coordinator talks life, treatment and detox

Coordinator talks life, treatment and detox

Hank Arnold talks about Coweta F.O.R.C.E.

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Better Off

Better Off

Better Off is a song written by Echo Lynn, Sadie Duca, and Nic Meringolo. They got the opportunity to perform it at the GRAMMY Camp open house.

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