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Downtown trick-or-treat event Friday

Downtown Newnan is a great place for shopping, dining out and – Friday morning – trick-or-treating. Main Street Newnan’s M ...

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Youngsters in costume will be returning to downtown for the Munchkin Masquerade on Friday from 10 a.m.-noon. 


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Westmoreland challenges conservative voters

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In the closing days before the November elections, Rep. Lynn Westmoreland, R-Ga., shared a sobering observation with his constituents. &ldqu ... Read More


Madras alumni gathering before school demolished

The little school at Madras looms large in the hearts and minds of those who attended and taught there. But soon, the school will be only a ... Read More


‘Dead’ banker sentenced to 30 years

Aubrey Lee Price, the south Georgia banker who faked his death after defrauding investors of millions, was sentenced to 30 years in prison o ... Read More


Newnan Council

City seeks grant for intersection study

Newnan City Council authorized the submittal of a grant application to study the intersection just north of downtown. This intersection is n ... Read More


Newnan seeks grant for intersection study

Newnan City Council authorized the submittal of a grant application to study the intersection just north of downtown. This intersection is n ... Read More


Suspects busted dealing drugs near sheriff’s office

A man and woman suspected of dealing drugs were arrested Tuesday after county and city authorities served a search warrant at their apartmen ... Read More



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Lady Indians Fall Short

Historic year comes to close

By DOUG GORMAN dgorman@newnan.com  KENNESAW—The 2014 volleyball season will go down as the best ever for East Coweta’s Lady ... Read More


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Food & Dining

Annual chili cook-off gives back to community

With a brisk fall night in the air, the classic taste of warm chili was comforting, especially in the name of fundraising for kids. The seve ... Read More


Education

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Arbor Springs utilizes Bring Your Own Technology

Lauren Scheu and Robin Travis are teachers at Arbor Springs Elementary School, and both are utilizing the Bring Your Own Technology policy t ... Read More


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An eye for design

Goolsby leaves no idea unturned

Kelli Goolsby’s eye for design has led her down a variety of job opportunities throughout her career. As an interior design major at t ... Read More


Should Maine have the power to force Kaci Hickox to stay home?


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