Right now, it appears the major need for our community is money. So where can you send it?
Apr. 13, 6:16 PM
Perhaps the lasting legacy that will come from last week’s EF4 tornado will be the community spirit of Newnan residents is alive and well and, come hell or high water, will always be #NewnanStrong.
Apr. 02, 2:21 PM
Ultimately what the crisis really exposed was how our community responded, and it was overwhelmingly positive.
Apr. 02, 2:39 PM
As we look to the future, the county has a golden opportunity to provide a birthright to future generations of residents who understand and appreciate the power of nature.
Feb. 16, 8:24 PM
Perhaps one day our community will see the value in not incarcerating people for the nonviolent use of a drug that has either been legalized or decriminalized in the majority of U.S. states.
Nov. 03, 4:56 PM
Letters To The Editor
We should wake up each morning and look forward, not backward. The past is in the past.
May. 06, 10:52 AM
Do we have the will to encourage our local leaders to pursue opportunities and funding for greenspace?
Apr. 27, 4:18 PM
I hope this information may be helpful to the people who had insured property damaged by the tornado a few weeks ago.
Apr. 16, 3:42 PM
I truly hope that we learn the lessons that this storm has to teach us because I would hate to see another one. Next time, our town may not be so lucky.
Apr. 14, 5:26 PM
Tracey E. Pitts
I am praying for your strength and courage as you rebuild your homes, replace your cars, rebuild schools, and restore your church steeples.
Apr. 09, 6:27 PM
Kudos to Clay and Beth Neely and The Newnan Times-Herald staff for their hard work in getting the paper out on March 27
Apr. 09, 10:20 AM
Whatever “they” say about the demise of our country, I say look at people helping people in Newnan, Georgia.
Apr. 07, 1:49 PM
Rep. Ferguson is quick to parrot the talking points his party leadership gives him.
Apr. 06, 4:48 PM
We have lost a profound sense of place
Apr. 06, 10:46 AM
I am encouraged to think the communal fabric of Newnan will be stronger than before for the tornado. I am proud to call Newnan home and look forward to raising my children in this community.
Apr. 05, 10:05 AM
I raise a toast to all the other late bloomers who eventually figured out the same thing.
May. 11, 2:57 PM
Unfortunately, there is no pay phone to Heaven, but that dang cell phone of yours is begging to call a friend today.
May. 11, 2:52 PM
Lawrence W. Reed
In April 1887, a woman was elected mayor of a city for the very first time and under the strangest of circumstances.
May. 11, 2:49 PM
While the rest of the country was engaged in the Summer of Love, I was introduced to something that would consume my life for the better part of a decade.
May. 11, 2:47 PM
After another tragic week, Atlanta can no longer ignore the increasing crime that has unfortunately become the norm.
May. 10, 1:47 PM
John A. Tures
Here’s something teachers really, really love: an “A” game in the classroom and on assignments from their students.
May. 07, 8:40 AM
When I interview people before writing their life stories I’m amazed at how casually they mention something that turns me inside out.
May. 07, 8:38 AM
My days as a business owner may be coming to an end because I can’t get any help. No one seems to want a job.
May. 06, 10:58 AM
My son asked me last night what I was getting my wife for Mother’s Day. I replied, “Uh oh, is Mother’s Day this Sunday?” to which he said yes.
May. 06, 4:43 PM
David L. Chancey
Proverbs 31:28, speaking of the woman of valor, reads, “Her children rise up and call her blessed.” I’m the one who is blessed to have my Mom.
May. 06, 4:59 PM