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Newnan to host millage rate hearing

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Newnan to host millage rate hearing

The city of Newnan has announced a series of public hearings on setting next year’s millage rate. Jul. 21, 5:53 PM


No seat belts on Coweta buses for now

​Some metro Atlanta school systems are installing seat belts in buses, but Coweta County isn’t among them – yet. Jul. 21, 9:09 PM

‘Murder in Coweta County’ discussed by descendants 70 years later

‘Murder in Coweta County’ discussed by descendants 70 years later

A group of people connected to a famous murder case gathered for a panel discussion at the Coweta County historic courthouse in Newnan. Jul. 22, 12:43 AM



Park survey leaves more questions than answers

Park survey leaves more questions than answers

Members of the Coweta County Recreation Task Force will soon take a field trip to area parks – including ones in located neighboring counties. Jul. 21, 5:53 PM

The Varsity celebrates 90th anniversary

The Varsity celebrates 90th anniversary

Iconic Atlanta drive-in restaurant The Varsity is turning 90 this year and celebrating with many 90-themed deals and events. Jul. 22, 8:35 AM

Lower Fayetteville reopens

Lower Fayetteville reopens

A section of Lower Fayetteville Road between the Newnan Centre roundabout and Summerlin Boulevard is now back open. Jul. 20, 9:31 AM

Flashback Friday

Flashback Friday

The boys in this little league team photo were chosen as the Newnan All Stars in July 1963. Jul. 20, 7:35 AM

Downtown trash service running deficit

Downtown trash service running deficit

Following a significant rate reduction in early 2018, the Downtown Sanitation Program is now running a six-figure deficit. Jul. 21, 9:01 AM

Cagle stumps for runoff votes at Redneck Gourmet

Cagle stumps for runoff votes at Redneck Gourmet

Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle made an appearance at the Redneck Gourmet Thursday to meet with supporters ahead of next week’s runoff election. Jul. 20, 6:44 AM

Primary runoff early voting ends today

The last chances for Georgia state primary runoff early voting are 8:30-4:30 p.m. today. Jul. 20, 5:34 AM

Intersection in Senoia closes for ‘The Walking Dead’ filming

Intersection in Senoia closes for ‘The Walking Dead’ filming

Senoia intersection will close for “The Walking Dead” filming. Jul. 19, 10:26 AM


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City considers establishing ‘entertainment district’

Establishing a downtown “entertainment district” could possibly streamline future event planning, according to city officials. Jul. 20, 6:45 AM

‘Murder in Coweta County’ producer shares memories of filming

​The 70th-anniversary celebration of “Murder in Coweta County” began Tuesday night with a screening of the film and short interview with the movie’s producer, Dick Atkins. Jul. 18, 8:47 PM

Never too late for Senoia Memorial Day fireworks

​Senoia will have its Memorial Day firework display at Marimac Park July 28. Jul. 19, 2:36 AM

Cycling event plans on battling fatal disease

The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation’s Georgia Chapter is using free ice cream as incentive to attend a training ride for an upcoming cycling event. Jul. 19, 2:32 AM

Jones selected as Coweta Community Foundation executive director

Newnan native Orren L. Jones to serve as the organization’s executive director. Jul. 19, 2:39 AM

Two killed in head-on collision

Two people died in a head-on car crash early Wednesday morning. Jul. 19, 7:09 AM

Lower Fayetteville to reopen by July 25

A section of the busy route has been closed since early June for construction of a box culvert. Jul. 18, 1:57 PM

Stadiums prep for synthetic turf installation

Drake Stadium’s field is expected to be complete in time for the Cougars’ home football opener Aug. 17. Jul. 17, 11:59 PM

Town hall meeting for opioid use scheduled

The Coweta Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition will host an Aug. 30 Town Hall meeting at the Nixon Centre from 5:30-8 p.m. to discuss opioid use in Coweta. Jul. 18, 10:42 AM

Damage leads Senoia to buy new stop signs

After downtown Senoia stop signs have been damaged by large delivery trucks, the city council voted to spend $11,049 on 14 new signs Monday. Jul. 17, 11:24 PM



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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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