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Dr. Jack Powell retires from Georgia Bone and Joint, talks innovation and growth

Dr. Jack Powell retires from Georgia Bone and Joint, talks innovation and growth

"We’ve got a great foundation. Strong doctors, great hospitals, good education and strong leaders." Nov. 24, 4:55 PM


Community basketball tournament enters Week 2

Community basketball tournament enters Week 2

The five-week tournament is hosted by the Newnan Kiwanis Club and Hope Global. Nov. 25, 10:26 AM

Headley Construction to construct new pickleball facility

Headley Construction to construct new pickleball facility

Proposed by local pickleball enthusiasts, the new multi-court facility will feature LED lighting, a shade pavilion, restrooms, and a concessions area. Nov. 24, 4:53 PM



Georgia Bone and Joint announces use of new Mako SmartRobotics system

Georgia Bone and Joint announces use of new Mako SmartRobotics system

Georgia Bone and Joint has announced they are now using Mako SmartRobotics for knee, partial knee and total hip replacements. Nov. 23, 10:25 PM

Auction to benefit Flint River Council Boy Scouts, Foundry School

Auction to benefit Flint River Council Boy Scouts, Foundry School

A wide array of items will be up for bid at the first Flint River Council silent auction, being conducted in partnership with the Foundry School. Nov. 24, 3:44 PM

Jeff Lindsey donates over $20,000 to assist cancer patients

Jeff Lindsey donates over $20,000 to assist cancer patients

Jeff Lindsey Communities recently donated $20,500 to Southeastern Assistance in Healthcare to help patients with their nonmedical expenses. Nov. 24, 5:34 PM

Foundation plans Christmas concert at the Wadsworth

Foundation plans Christmas concert at the Wadsworth

​Foundation Christian Church will present a free, fun and festive Christmas concert on Friday, Dec. 4. Nov. 18, 2:42 PM

Christmas Movie in the Park planned Dec. 11-12

Christmas Movie in the Park planned Dec. 11-12

Foundation Christian Church will hold free Christmas Movie in the Park events at Greenville Street Park in December. Nov. 18, 2:39 PM

Newnan Parkinson’s Support Group learns about Pilates

Newnan Parkinson’s Support Group learns about Pilates

Group launches innovative PD Advocate Program Nov. 17, 4:06 PM

Senoia Rotary hosts program with nonprofit 4Sarah and local officials

Senoia Rotary hosts program with nonprofit 4Sarah and local officials

The faith-based nonprofit provides a system of care to women and girls seeking to exit the adult entertainment industry. Nov. 17, 4:04 PM

Carnegie Library employee participates in NaNo Challenge

Carnegie Library employee participates in NaNo Challenge

The Newnan Carnegie Library’s adult programmer, Anthony Urda, has taken on the formidable National Novel Writing Month challenge. Nov. 15, 1:47 PM


More Community

Peering into the past

Time capsule, new book adds another chapter into the history of R.D. Cole family Nov. 20, 4:33 PM

The Climb: Friendship tested, considered, and weighed

“The Climb” keenly examines the nature, quality, and importance of friendship. Nov. 13, 12:40 PM

Fatman: Mel Gibson makes one tough Santa

The high-concept idea has a modern Santa falling on hard times. Nov. 13, 12:36 PM

Come Away: Confusing Pan and Alice origin story

This uneven melding of Peter Pan and Alice in Wonderland doesn’t work. Nov. 13, 12:33 PM

Blake Stiehl attains rank of Eagle Scout

Stiehl partnered with Bridging the Gap in Newnan for his service project. Nov. 10, 10:43 PM

Newnan Rotary Club says ‘Thank You’ to local veterans

The Rotary Club of Newnan recently participated in a special project in honor of Veterans Day. Nov. 10, 1:54 PM

Cup of Cheer: Christmas spoof is profane throwback

This gleefully profane, throwback spoof might feel dated and overwrought, but for some viewers, “Cup of Cheer’s” constant quirky energy will be worth a few holiday chuckles. Nov. 06, 3:29 PM

Film Fix

John Was Trying to Contact Aliens: Short film carries big message

With his reserved, unassuming manner and honesty, John Shepherd calmly elevates this little movie Nov. 06, 10:37 AM

Film Fix

Let Him Go: Potent western noir

The story is subtle and sensitive and violent and visceral. It will stick with you. Nov. 06, 9:49 AM

Craft supplies donated to veterans

“We wanted to let them know they are not forgotten even though they cannot receive visitors,” Alford said. Nov. 03, 4:55 PM






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