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Partnership works to find service dogs for veterans

Dog trainers Suzanne Aaron and Tara Cotton saw many clients who had dogs they just couldn’t handle. They would help the owners find do ...


Local dog rescue organization Coco’s Cupboard has partnered with Healing for Heroes to find dogs to be trained as service dogs for Wounded Warriors. Pictured are, left to right, Coco’s co-founder Suzanne Aaron, Healing for Heroes trainer Brianne Hendrix, Healing for Heroes Founder Piper Hill, Hill’s service dog in training Precious, Panda, Jamie Harkins’ service dog, and Harkins. 

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Homelessness ‘vicious cycle that’s going to continue’

The economy has bounced back from the lows of a few years ago. The housing market is healthy, and the jobless rate has improved. But, for so ... Read More

Annual Sunrise on the Square Road Race a success

The annual Sunrise on the Square included ideal weather and a first-time winner who actually pushed his baby in a stroller. The race, hosted ... Read More

HealthSouth facility scheduled to open Dec. 2

Progress for HealthSouth’s new facility is on track for a Dec. 2 opening, which will add to the town’s growing collection of hea ... Read More

Subsidized medical center proposed for Senoia

Palmetto Health Council is applying for a grant to bring a subsidized medical clinic to Coweta, proposed for the Senoia area. The non-profit ... Read More

Economic Impact

Ports hit new record

The Georgia Ports Authority moved more than 3 million 20-foot equivalent container units in fiscal year 2014 – and set a new record fo ... Read More

Maternity home on zoning board’s agenda

Decisions on a proposed “maternity home” for pregnant teens, expanded outdoor seating for a proposed downtown restaurant, and al ... Read More



Newnan senior cornerback comes up big in victory

Newnan senior Frankie Williams may not be the biggest man on the football field, but the 5-9, 160-pound cornerback makes gigantic things hap ... Read More

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‘Works by Warhol’ coming to the Centre

Wes Cochran may not be a recognizable name for most people, but he’s known to bring works by artists whom everybody knows from Leonard ... Read More



Community Support

Churches, businesses help out as school gets under way

Students are back in class, and local businesses and churches have stepped up to help make the school year a good one. D&H Distributing, ... Read More



End of an era

After three decades, Newnan Florist closing

Since 1977, Bill and Fran Exner have owned and operated Newnan Florist on Greenville Street. Through their years of overseeing weddings, fun ... Read More

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