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COVID-19 Coverage

COVID-19 Coverage


Georgia schools given guidelines for reopening amid COVID-19

The Newnan Times-Herald

Georgia schools given guidelines for reopening amid COVID-19

Georgia school officials released guidelines Monday on how to reopen the state’s public schools for the 2020-2021 school year amid the coronavirus pandemic. Jun. 01, 1:17 PM


Daily COVID-19 update

Monday, June 1

Daily COVID-19 update

Coweta County’s COVID-19 cases rose to 418 Monday. Jun. 01, 5:07 PM

Daily COVID-19 update

Daily COVID-19 update

Sunday, May 31 May. 31, 2:31 PM



Coweta anticipates impact of likely COVID-19 budget cuts

Coweta anticipates impact of likely COVID-19 budget cuts

“Right now, we just don’t know. Just because something is talked about, doesn’t mean it is going to happen.” May. 31, 6:14 PM

Kemp extends restrictions; allows more openings

Kemp extends restrictions; allows more openings

“If people will continue to follow the guidelines, we don’t have to necessarily have a second wave,” Kemp said. May. 29, 4:48 PM

State pleads for cooperation with contact tracing

“For Georgia’s economy to succeed, we have to succeed in stopping this virus." May. 29, 7:57 PM

Daily COVID-19 status update

Friday, May 29

Daily COVID-19 status update

Coweta County’s COVID-19 cases rose to 410 Friday. May. 30, 2:50 PM

Kemp links COVID jump to lab backlog, lifts more state restrictions

Kemp links COVID jump to lab backlog, lifts more state restrictions

Georgia’s recent uptick in COVID-19 cases was due to a backlog of test results being released in a two-day period, Gov. Brian Kemp said Thursday. May. 29, 5:00 PM

Distinguished futures continue despite COVID-19

Distinguished futures continue despite COVID-19

​The Distinguished Young Women of Coweta County program was unable to hold its planned showcase in March due to Georgia’s stay-at-home order. May. 26, 3:03 PM

COVID-19 budget cuts deep for alternative sentencing programs in Georgia

COVID-19 budget cuts deep for alternative sentencing programs in Georgia

If implemented, the cuts would likely cause around 1,900 current participants in accountability courts across the state to return to local jails or prisons to complete their sentences. May. 28, 10:46 AM

Daily COVID-19 status update

Thursday, May 28

Daily COVID-19 status update

Coweta County’s COVID-19 cases rose to 398 Thursday. May. 29, 2:31 PM


More COVID-19 Coverage

Lawmakers float pay cuts for Georgia preschool teachers amid COVID-19

If passed as is, the 14 percent cuts would translate to furloughs and layoffs for teachers, social workers, prosecutors and more. May. 27, 4:27 PM

Wednesday, May 27

Daily COVID-19 status update

Coweta County’s COVID-19 cases rose to 391 Wednesday. May. 28, 1:45 PM

Nixon Centre cancels summer camps, STAR performances

​The Nixon Centre has decided to cancel its in-person Visual Art and Musical Theatre camps scheduled for this June, and this summer’s STAR performances. May. 26, 3:03 PM

Tue, May 26 12:41 p.m.

Daily COVID-19 status update

Coweta currently has 376 cases of COVID-19 – up 194 cases from one month ago – along with 8 deaths and 50 hospitalizations. May. 26, 6:12 PM

COVID-19 update

COVID-19 deaths double in Coweta

Coweta currently has 339 cases of COVID-19, along with 8 deaths and 50 hospitalizations. May. 26, 12:45 PM

Officials: follow guidelines on Memorial Day

Georgians enjoying Memorial Day festivities are urged to abide by social distancing guidelines. May. 22, 5:46 PM

Main Street Newnan events canceled until August

​In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, Newnan’s Downtown Development Authority board voted to cancel or postpone Main Street Newnan’s events in June and July. May. 22, 12:26 PM

Cowetans plan to honor veterans despite COVID-19

​Although Memorial Day will be celebrated differently this year, those who died while serving in the U.S. Armed Forces will still be honored in Coweta County. May. 26, 12:41 PM

COVID-related syndrome found in 9 Georgia children

The inflammatory syndrome can appear weeks after a COVID-19 infection. May. 22, 12:26 PM

Survivor to donate blood for COVID-19 victims

A local man who recently recovered from COVID-19 hopes to donate plasma that can be used to help others suffering from the virus. May. 22, 2:00 PM



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Movers, Shakers, and History Makers: Chatty Newnan Women

Movers, Shakers, and History Makers: Chatty Newnan Women

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Movers, Shakers, and History Makers: Blue Cole

Movers, Shakers, and History Makers: Blue Cole

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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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