Guardrail work in Coweta Thursday

From Staff Reports
news@newnan.com
Guardrail work on Interstate 85 in Coweta County is scheduled for Thursday (Oct. 4), part of a multi-county project this week by Georgia Department of Transportation crews.
The guardrail facelift work began Sunday and was scheduled to run through Friday in several counties, weather permitting.
A section of I-85 southbound in Coweta is included.
Contractors for the Georgia DOT have scheduled lane and shoulder closures for the guardrail repairs.
The work Thursday in Coweta is along I-85 southbound at mile marker 48. The scheduled work is planned from 7-9 p.m., near Exit 47 at the State Route 34/Bullsboro Drive exit.
Crews will be working in half mile to 1 mile increments and relocating frequently. Motorists should be alert to changing work patterns.

More Local

Sheriff's office asks drug dealers to turn in their rivals

FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) — A Kentucky sheriff's office has posted a flyer on its Facebook page asking drug dealers to turn in their rivals. ... Read More


Gas prices fall 5 cents in past week

Before Christmas, as many as 20 states, including Florida, could have average gas prices below $2 per gallon as the national average for Dec ... Read More


Coweta Commission

Dollar General rezoning, pension discussion on agenda

A public hearing on the rezoning of property at Fischer Road and Raymond Hill Road for a Dollar General store is on the agenda for Tuesday n ... Read More


NTH turns 150

UFO movie lands in Coweta

In the spring of 1979, Newnan played host to a Italian film company shooting a motion picture. Leone Film chose Newnan as the backdrop to th ... Read More


UWG invites community to Newnan campus

The University of West Georgia (UWG) is inviting the public to celebrate the grand opening of its new Newnan campus at its upcoming August c ... Read More

School bus schedules available on NTH website

The 2015-2016 bus schedules for the Coweta County School System are now available on The Newnan Times-Herald website, www.times-herald.com. ... Read More