A Glimpse At Tomorrow's Headlines

The Thursday Rundown

Here's a short preview of what's appearing in tomorrow's online and print edition of The Newnan Times-Herald:


-- Georgia Power officials are warning of scam targeting elderly customers.

-- 'Three Days at Foster' documentary screening is Thursday night at Wadsworth Auditorium in downtown Newnan.

-- Outlook for gas prices, travel for Labor Day weekend.

-- Youth Council sworn in at Newnan City Council meeting Tuesday.

-- Community event held supporting upcoming Walk to End Alzheimer's.

-- Candidates for municipal elections set as qualifying ends.

-- Palmetto girl, Summer Johnson, faces surgery Thursday after being hit with baseball. May lose sight in left eye.

-- Grantville Day's Crosstie Festival co-director resigns. 

-- Marijuana arrests.


-- East Coweta Softball vs. Starr's Mill.

-- High School Football Preview.


-- Wine Pairing dinner planned by Senoia Area Historical Society.

-- Coweta Cattlemen plan steak cook-off at Coweta County Fair, assist with dinner for soldiers at Fort Benning.

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