Last weekend, many residents watched 4th of July fireworks from properties still uninhabitable or beyond repair.
Jul. 06, 3:56 PM
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
Letters To The Editor
A healthy dose of classical republicanism, in the form of vaccinations, would allow us to triumph over COVID-19.
Jul. 23, 2:26 PM
Paula L. Ercolini
On March 22, 2020, my husband was the first patient in Piedmont Newnan Hospital to die of COVID-19, and the 26th in the state of Georgia.
Jul. 20, 5:45 PM
Gary L. Teal
We don’t need a tragedy that can be avoided if drivers will just obey the speed limit and use caution near the schools.
Jul. 16, 1:46 PM
Dr. Gene Tyre
This is one way of honoring the commandment to “love our neighbor as ourselves.”
Jul. 14, 8:37 AM
I wish he would be honest with us instead of passing out propaganda.
Jul. 09, 2:27 PM
It’s time to cut military spending and apply our tax dollars to rebuilding our infrastructure and providing a viable healthcare system for our citizens.
Jul. 09, 2:26 PM
Who would have thought such a mild statement of support by our local government would be so controversial?
Jun. 29, 3:52 PM
Chief Douglas (Buster) Meadows & Mary Lynn
Thank you for a wonderful 48 years, and thanks to Almighty God for giving us this great opportunity and blessing!
Jun. 25, 3:37 PM
I hear some people are worried that their Constitutional Rights are in danger and want to make Coweta County a Constitutional Rights Sanctuary.
Jun. 23, 3:05 PM
I honeymooned in Sante Fe, New Mexico. This city is noteworthy for many reasons but it is the answer to two questions that will win you free drinks in a trivia contest.
Jun. 18, 8:21 PM
A visit to Juliette and the Whistle Stop Cafe delivers not just fond memories but a momentary escape from worldly woes that can darken anyone’s day.
Jul. 23, 2:30 PM
I still think about those 2 kids and pray that, like the disciple Peter, their faith has been restored and their courage renewed to follow even when the path becomes difficult.
Jul. 23, 2:28 PM
I can’t believe the number of people who are on their phones during church.
Jul. 23, 2:06 PM
Anything we do in this profession that is successful takes a team – a team committed to success.
Jul. 22, 5:09 PM
John A. Tures
You never know who or what you’ll catch when you cast your nets in a new direction.
Jul. 22, 2:18 PM
I keep hearing about Disneyland as the “happiest place on earth,” but I’m pretty sure it can’t compete with reading a book in bed on a rainy night.
Jul. 22, 6:22 AM
Lawrence W. Reed
Now that the 2021 hurricane season is well underway, expect a very dumb idea to make multiple reappearances.
Jul. 20, 6:19 PM
The truth is out there. It's just sometimes hard to find, or believe when you hear it.
Jul. 20, 6:20 PM
18 holes of golf is nothing but a 4- or 5-mile version of the game you play in the back yard with your dog.
Jul. 20, 6:09 PM
Banning proven methods that reduce harm would be a grave mistake with serious consequences.
Jul. 20, 9:54 AM