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Paxen provides free GED classes, work prep

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Paxen provides free GED classes, work prep

​A little-known program in Newnan offers free GED classes and testing. Apr. 27, 5:44 AM


Area unemployment rate falls

The unemployment rate in March for metro Atlanta including Coweta County was 4.6 percent, down three-tenths of a percentage point. Apr. 27, 8:38 AM

People’s Climate March to include Newnan

People’s Climate March to include Newnan

A small group is planning to add a local protest against climate change. Apr. 27, 12:39 AM



Newnan city council vetoes ‘Bohannon Drive’

Newnan city council vetoes ‘Bohannon Drive’

Council members decided against the effort to change Peachtree Street to Bohannon Drive Apr. 27, 12:48 AM

Instant workforce

Flexible degree program proposed for UWG-Newnan

That post-graduation job hunt may get a lot shorter for UWG-Newnan graduates. Apr. 27, 12:26 AM

Arrest Log

The following arrest bookings were listed in the Coweta County Jail. Apr. 27, 12:24 AM

Annual luncheon held for public safety

​This week, the city of Newnan is recognizing first responders. Apr. 27, 12:21 AM

County lowers rent on facilities

​Coweta residents will now see lower rental rates for the county's facilities. Apr. 26, 11:57 PM

Marrero to chair USG review committee

Marrero to chair USG review committee

Marrero will lead the committee in taking an in-depth look at non-faculty administrative functions. Apr. 26, 2:32 PM

Newnan celebrates Earth Day, Ga. Cities Week

Newnan celebrates Earth Day, Ga. Cities Week

The city of Newnan celebrated Earth Day Saturday as part of Georgia Cities Week. Apr. 26, 2:32 PM

Flags, candles to honor Confederate soldiers

Flags, candles to honor Confederate soldiers

A memorial day program will be held at 7 p.m. at Oak Hill Cemetery on Jefferson Street. Apr. 27, 12:40 AM


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Grantville revises city vehicle policies

The revision to the policy passed 2-1 at Monday night’s council meeting. Apr. 26, 2:54 AM

Public safety roundup

A 67-year-old trucker who reportedly admitted taking Percocet was charged with DUI. Apr. 27, 5:44 AM

Liberty Place Monument gone

Jefferson Davis statue set for removal in New Orleans

The Associated Press reported the Liberty Place monument was removed under cover of darkness. Apr. 26, 2:33 AM

23 arrested in child predator sting

​The Coweta County Sheriff’s Office helped round up 23 would-be predators. Apr. 26, 2:34 PM

Gas prices begin dropping

Retail gasoline prices in metro Atlanta have fallen 1.2 cents per gallon in the past week. Apr. 25, 6:17 AM

It’s time to think about fair ribbons

It’s time to plant your pumpkins, flowers and vegetables so they’ll be ready to compete this fall in the fair. Apr. 25, 5:15 AM

Historical Society is working toward certification

The McRitchie-Hollis Museum has taken its first step toward accreditation. Apr. 26, 2:20 AM

Police search for fourth murder suspect

Police pursue last suspect believed to have been involved in the gang-related murder Apr. 26, 2:22 AM

No injuries in Monday bus wreck

Seven high school students were bound for ECHS when the wreck occurred. Apr. 24, 2:15 PM

Mansour wins state 4-H dairy award

Coweta County 4-H member Elizabeth Mansour is the winner of the Grand Champion Commercial Dairy Heifer Award. Apr. 26, 2:18 AM



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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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2017 Citizen of the Year

2017 Citizen of the Year

Pastor Tamarkus Cook, senior pastor of Saint Smyrna Baptist Church is named 2017 Coweta Citizen of the Year

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