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Heirloom Market selling donuts for a cause

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Heirloom Market selling donuts for a cause

​Heirloom Market Co. & Bakeshop is using one of its bestsellers – donuts – to give back. Mar. 30, 11:00 AM


Going fishing safely during COVID-19

Going fishing safely during COVID-19

“Probably the safest place to be is on the lake right now,” said Dr. Neil Schaffner of Opelika, Ala Mar. 30, 3:44 PM

Senoia man named Marine of the Year

Senoia man named Marine of the Year

David Epps of Senoia has been named the 2019 Marine of the Year Apr. 02, 11:27 AM



Local women share life lessons

Women’s History Month

Local women share life lessons

Ashley Massengale, Kavian Baker, Lisa Reeves Mar. 27, 8:23 PM

Carnegie programs go online

Carnegie programs go online

“While we’re all at home, let’s learn to do something new,” Crutchfield said. Mar. 27, 8:58 PM

Mollie Burch on fashion, mission of her brand

‘Shine Your Bright’

Mollie Burch on fashion, mission of her brand

​Newnan native Mollie Burch is the co-founder, CEO and creative director of an Atlanta-based clothing line for women. Mar. 24, 5:28 PM

Parks was first black woman to serve as sworn NPD officer

Black History Month

Parks was first black woman to serve as sworn NPD officer

Sharron Parks was the 23-year-old mother of a young son when she first donned the uniform of the Newnan Police Department in March of 1986 as a traffic enforcement officer. Mar. 06, 10:14 PM

Seniors commemorate Black History Month

Seniors commemorate Black History Month

Seniors commemorate Black History Month

Seniors commemorate Black History Month Feb. 25, 3:59 PM

Musiki Flow project wraps with concert

Musiki Flow project wraps with concert

Bahar Bingol Gjuka, Doug Kees, Jack Jones and David Puett recently held a public performance at the Central Educational Center. Feb. 28, 5:48 PM

Local MasterChef Junior contestant is going on tour

Local MasterChef Junior contestant is going on tour

​Reid Briggs, a fifth grader at Brooks Elementary School, isn’t going to have a typical spring break this year. Feb. 26, 8:26 AM

Coweta Quilts of Valor Award Quilt to Senoia Resident

Coweta Quilts of Valor Award Quilt to Senoia Resident

Senoia resident, Thomas Patrick Malone recently received a quilt of valor from the Coweta County chapter of Quilts of Valor. Feb. 16, 8:58 AM


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The Carnegie hosts Aging In Cities with Dr. Anabel Pelham

Dr. Pelham is the founding director of the Center for Age-Friendly Excellence, a project of the Los Altos Community Foundation. Feb. 11, 2:20 PM

Mickey Gilley talks about success, struggle and his famous cousins

Mickey Gilley was something of a late bloomer career-wise, a fact he frequently shares with audiences. Feb. 15, 8:23 AM

Hollonville Opry has new home – in Turin

Last year, the Hollonville Opry House lost its home of 27 years. Now, the music is back thanks to Turin United Methodist Church. Feb. 07, 7:02 PM

Merging musical cultures

‘Musiki Flow’ brings Turkish, Western musicians together

Bahar Bingol Gjuka is not above crashing a wedding if it means collecting traditional Turkish music to share with other cultures. Feb. 01, 4:14 PM

Newnan residents serve through Georgia State Defense Force

When Newnan resident Joe Mezzatesta turned 40, he wanted a hobby that was meaningful. Jan. 25, 9:13 PM

Newnan native receives "Outstanding Civic Service Leadership" award

Summit Family YMCA Executive Director, Shane Gann, was recently recognized for his dedication and leadership to Coweta County. Jan. 14, 5:42 PM

Eagle Scouts to be recognized at FUMC this weekend

​Boy Scout Troop 41 of First United Methodist Church will recognize four of their members as Eagle Scouts in a ceremony this Sunday. Jan. 13, 11:03 AM

Life through a different lens

Uncovering Savannah Tucak’s previously untapped artistic talent took several years, a POTS diagnosis and learning to navigate school in new ways. Jan. 05, 8:35 AM

Christmas program delivers joy to captive audience

For the 28th year, Coweta County Correctional Institute performed its annual play last Thursday, with a cast and crew entirely comprised of inmates. Dec. 28, 5:26 PM

‘We've come a long way, baby’

Lt. Col. Tony Grant prepares to retire after 35 years at the sheriff’s office Dec. 23, 12:00 PM



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Deadly Home Invasion on Bethlehem Church Road

Deadly Home Invasion on Bethlehem Church Road

The home invasion occurred on Bethlehem Church Road around 9:30 p.m. when four suspects reportedly entered the home and made demands before leaving the home, according to the victim's mother.

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Movers, Shakers, and History Makers: Blue Cole

Movers, Shakers, and History Makers: Blue Cole

Sharpsburg Mayor Blue Cole says his hometown is a fast-growing area with the potential to become a vibrant, active community with a small-town feel.

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Movers, Shakers, and History Makers: Mayor Keith Brady

Movers, Shakers, and History Makers: Mayor Keith Brady

Mayor Keith Brady looks back on the last ten years of Newnan's history and what's in store for the next ten.

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