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Dow murder suspect prepares for bond hearing

​A bond hearing for a Newnan teenager facing felony murder charges has been set for Wednesday. Dec. 06, 11:56 AM


Welcome Road burglars welcomed back at gunpoint

​Two suspected burglars who returned to the scene of the crime were greeted by an unhappy business owner with a gun. Dec. 06, 11:16 PM

Santa, jolly spirits in Senoia

Santa, jolly spirits in Senoia

A little rain on Saturday night didn’t stop Santa from lighting Senoia’s Christmas tree. Dec. 06, 11:25 PM



Senoia council considering downtown property swap

Senoia council considering downtown property swap

​A land swap between the city of Senoia and a developer is under consideration. Dec. 06, 11:29 PM

Christmas events this weekend in Moreland, Grantville

Several Christmas events will be taking place in southern Coweta County on Saturday. Dec. 06, 11:31 PM

Rain delays Lora Smith Road light

Rain delays Lora Smith Road light

Rainy conditions prevented the new traffic light at Lora Smith Road and Ga. Highway 34 East from going into full operation Tuesday. Dec. 06, 11:34 PM

When little things mean a lot

When little things mean a lot

Newnan Police Department helps raise much-needed supplies for Georgia Baptist Children’s Home Dec. 05, 5:51 PM

Two-day only art show at Depot

Two-day only art show at Depot

The Society of Seven pop-up show is currently on display at the Train Depot. Dec. 07, 12:25 AM

Commissioners to discuss controversial retirement agreement

The Coweta County Commissioners might be able to make a lawsuit go away by taking a vote Thursday. Dec. 04, 6:30 AM

Downtown group backs open-container provision

Downtown group backs open-container provision

The proposed amendment is being crafted in response to suggestions from downtown merchants and customers. Dec. 04, 6:34 AM

Local businesses put overtime rule plans on hold

Local businesses put overtime rule plans on hold

The delayed overtime rule that was scheduled to take place on Dec. 1 has left many businesses confused on how to proceed. Dec. 04, 8:06 AM


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Rain helps, but drought remains

​Rain, rain. Don’t go away. Dec. 04, 6:41 AM

Voters to decide on 1-cent educational tax in March

​A majority of funding for the Coweta schools’ capital projects comes from the 1-cent sales tax. Dec. 04, 6:44 AM

Massive logistics facility proposed for Orchard Hills site

A one million square foot industrial facility is proposed for the Orchard Hills Golf property. Dec. 04, 6:28 AM

Disabled veteran given new home

​A disabled veteran and his family were presented with their new, mortgage-free home Friday in Newnan. Dec. 04, 6:38 AM

Christmas Tour of Homes, holiday events this weekend

Holiday decor and historic homes are on the menu this weekend Dec. 03, 2:16 AM

Police honored for bravery, exceptional service

Law enforcement officers were honored Thursday. Dec. 03, 7:14 AM

Newnan-Coweta airport weighs outsourcing

​The Newnan-Coweta Airport Authority is considering outsourcing airport services. Dec. 03, 2:25 AM

Bypass opening delayed a week

The new extension of the Newnan Bypass didn’t open Thursday as scheduled. Dec. 03, 7:16 AM

State park master plan meeting Tuesday

The meeting will be held at the Welcome Community Center, 1792 Welcome Road, Newnan, at 7 p.m. Dec. 02, 2:04 AM

Last suspect pleads guilty in homicide case

​The sentencing of the last defendant in a 2015 murder marks the close of a sad chapter. Dec. 02, 11:02 AM


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An inside look at Coweta 911

An inside look at Coweta 911

The first person to respond to an emergency is the 911 operator. While they're the voice of calm in hectic situations, they must juggle critical tasks within seconds, often while battling fatigue amid increased workloads.

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Grantville Fire Rescue

Grantville Fire Rescue

Members of the Coweta County Sheriff's Office and Fire Department rescue a disabled Grantville resident from a burning home.

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Abandoned grease trap

Abandoned grease trap

A Senoia family had a terrifying experience after two children fell into a restaurant grease trap. “We were about 10 to 20 feet from where the air pump is,” Kristen said. “If I could go back in time I would never let them get out and walk around.”

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