A Glimpse At Tomorrow's Headlines
The Wednesday Rundown
Here's a short preview of what's appearing in tomorrow's online and print edition of The Newnan Times-Herald:
--The Howard Warner Committee appointed by Newnan City Council to consider uses for the vacant historic school on Savannah Street is asking the council for a meeting to talk about the building’s future.
--Qualification for the November municipal elections in Newnan and the other towns and cities in Coweta County opens Aug. 26, at 9 a.m. In Newnan, three city council seats and the mayor’s post are up for election — and Scott Cosby this week announced his intention to run for the District 001, Post B, seat — the new seventh seat created in the recent redistricting.
--The second annual SpinTime Storytelling Festival was held by the Coweta County Library System and Moreland Cultural Arts Alliance Saturday.
--Representatives of the Georgia Conservancy will present a report from their Blueprints for Successful Communities study of Moreland on Thursday.
--A man was arrested Monday morning after he failed to pull over for Coweta County deputies while swerving down Interstate 85.
--Coweta County Sheriff’s Office is asking citizens to be on the lookout for two women suspected in credit and debit card thefts.
--A man was arrested by Newnan authorities Saturday night after threatening a father with his life in front of one his children.
--A man was arrested early Saturday morning by Newnan Police officers after assaulting a man and attempting to flee from police following an assault incident at Jekyll and Hydes Sports Bar.
--A Newnan man was arrested for rape on Sunday in Senoia. Charged after a 27-year-old woman contacted Senoia Police was Benjamin Tyler Gray, 28.