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East Newnan cookies warm public safety hearts

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East Newnan cookies warm public safety hearts

A group of women at East Newnan Baptist Church reached out to local public safety employees. Feb. 22, 1:04 AM


Allium attraction

Allium attraction

A heap of onions slowly browned in a vessel creates a fine topping for most any meat or a base for famed onion soup. Oct. 17, 11:21 PM

Annual BBQ lunch will help children with cancer

Annual BBQ lunch will help children with cancer

The Senoia Optimist Club will be hosting its annual fall barbecue on Saturday, Oct. 20. Oct. 12, 9:21 AM



Spaghetti dinner has become Cambridge House tradition

Spaghetti dinner has become Cambridge House tradition

Proceeds help with A/C blower Oct. 04, 3:05 PM

Mothers, daughters bond during tea time

Mothers, daughters bond during tea time

Smiles, laughter and meaningful conversations stole the spotlight during a Mother Daughter Tea Party at St. George Catholic Church. Sep. 27, 8:33 AM

Local baker receives national recognition

Local baker receives national recognition

​Bonne Bedingfield, owner of Beautifully Baked by Bonne, is now forever linked with legendary cooking, baking and decorating entrepreneur and TV personality Martha Stewart. Sep. 13, 9:42 AM

Coffee cravings now good for your health

Coffee cravings now good for your health

While drinking an excessive amount of caffeine was once thought to be a bad habit, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration now says two to four cups of coffee per day is OK. Sep. 06, 11:15 AM

Creative cuisines, without the caffeine

Creative cuisines, without the caffeine

​Certain food sources can bring people just as much as focus and energy as a cup of coffee – without the caffeine.​ Aug. 30, 11:37 AM

Art Walk to include Cornbread Cook-off

Art Walk to include Cornbread Cook-off

The Newnan Times-Herald is on a quest to find out who bakes the best cornbread in Coweta County. Aug. 30, 11:37 AM

Local baker creates sweet treats from old family recipes

Local baker creates sweet treats from old family recipes

When Billie Duyka married 56 years ago into a family from Czechoslovakia, she not only gained a husband, but generations of unique, homemade recipes. ​ Aug. 30, 11:38 AM

Local farmers take agricultural expertise to prestigious Italian conference

Local farmers take agricultural expertise to prestigious Italian conference

Mike and Judy Cunningham will soon trade their neighboring town of Turin, Georgia for the exotic foreign city of Turin, Italy. Aug. 23, 6:05 PM


More Food

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

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

Neighbors find friendship through food

Cooking is how Dawn Conrad and Amanda Janes went from being strangers to neighbors and now close friends. Aug. 16, 12:13 PM

Award winning jellies heating up taste buds around Coweta County

​Kim Littleton’s jams and jellies have become a hot commodity around Coweta County. Jul. 12, 8:11 AM

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

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

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

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

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

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


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Anne Graner discusses the Ruth Hill Launch Pad library

Barbara Landreth’s Legacy

Barbara Landreth’s Legacy

Barbara Landreth has taught at Newnan High School for 58 years, for the last 56 years in Room 106.

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Talking With Steve Mader

Talking With Steve Mader

Now officially retired, Steve Mader talks about getting his start in the car business, coming to Newnan, philanthropy, and what makes a good salesperson.

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