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SUV driver sought in Senoia hit-and-run

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SUV driver sought in Senoia hit-and-run

No injuries in Tuesday accident May. 26, 2:26 PM


Graduates honored at dual-enrollment celebration

Graduates honored at dual-enrollment celebration

Students from all three Coweta County high schools were honored. May. 26, 5:12 PM

Restaurant Inspections

The Coweta Board of Environmental Health inspects all Coweta restaurants, schools and businesses that serve food several times each year. May. 26, 7:20 AM



Grantville Library to offer free summer meal program

The Summer Food Service Program provides free nutritious meals and snacks to children ages 5-18. May. 26, 7:25 AM

Updated: Nursing assistant charged following death of patient

Updated: Nursing assistant charged following death of patient

The GBI claims Certified Nursing Assistant Hakim Ogunkunle was responsible for causing injuries that led to a 98-year-old patient’s death. May. 26, 3:33 PM

Westmoreland won't join governor’s race

It’s official. Lynn Westmoreland is not running for governor in 2018. May. 26, 10:04 AM

East Coweta set to graduate 614 on Saturday

Graduation will begin at 9 a.m. at Shoemake Stadium. May. 26, 10:06 AM

Flashback Friday: May 26, 1977

Flashback Friday: May 26, 1977

The Heritage School’s fourth grade combined science with pleasure last week May. 26, 7:26 AM

Thomas Crossroads area to get new intersection

Thomas Crossroads area to get new intersection

Plans are in place to build Coweta’s first “Restricted Crossing U-turn intersection.” May. 26, 1:59 PM

Proud to be a Cougar

Proud to be a Cougar

The 2017 Newnan High School graduation ceremony was Thursday. May. 26, 6:02 AM

Armed robbery suspects now in custody

Armed robbery suspects now in custody

A pair of teenagers suspected of conducting several armed robberies in the area over the last three days are now in jail. May. 26, 10:38 AM


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Food trucks coming to downtown Newnan

​The draw of food, music and a new alcohol ordinance continues to inspire upcoming events. May. 26, 10:44 AM

Carnegie kicks off summer children's programs

To find out more regarding these programs or to make a reservation, contact The Carnegie Library May. 25, 9:39 AM

County supporting Lower Fayetteville project

The plan is to widen and enhance the corridor, with an emphasis on reducing congestion. May. 26, 6:03 AM

Arrest Log

The following arrest bookings were listed in the Coweta County Jail. May. 25, 12:29 AM

Five members named to new elections board

​Coweta County’s new Board of Elections and Registration will begin operations in July. May. 25, 12:22 AM

Bishop pens book on Cherokee Trail of Tears

Bishop’s book is written from contemporary accounts of the removal of the Cherokees from Georgia. May. 25, 12:21 AM

Fort Newnan has vanished into north Georgia landscape

Fort Newnan was in what is now Pickens County. May. 25, 12:17 AM

Seniors participate in Baccalaureate services

Each service also included Old Testament and New Testament readings by students and music by students. May. 25, 12:15 AM

Troopers strictly enforcing laws, watching for impaired drivers

The Georgia State Patrol is making final preparations for the Memorial Day holiday travel period. May. 25, 9:44 AM

Northgate High set to graduate 414 on Friday

Graduation will begin at 7:30 p.m. at Henry Seldon Field. May. 25, 12:11 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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