A Glimpse At Tomorrow's Headlines
The Friday Rundown
Here's a short preview of what's appearing in tomorrow's online and print edition of The Newnan Times-Herald:
• Traffic tied up on Hwy. 16 after school bus rear ends sheriff deputy car, then bus rear-ended by dump truck.
• BOLO on Fayette burglar.
• The Fix Georgia Pets program offers free spaying and neutering for low-income families in Coweta County.
• Sam Conner has been offering free hands-only CPR training, and he will be demonstrating the technique in downtown Newnan on Saturday.
• The Grantville Police Department is moving forward after some bumps — and support from the Fraternal Order of Police.
• A nine-minute chase in the Senoia area ends in the driver's arrest.
• The Spin Time Fall Writing Contest challenges Coweta students to find interesting stories from people 60 and older.
• Paul Conlan, photographer who died in April, helped run photo exhibition.
• Update on free tickets for Tomorrow-World Festival.
• 3rd time's a charm? After two heartbreaking losses, East Coweta as a chance to redeem itself heading into a much-anticipated bye week while needing a win Friday against Central-Phenix City, Ala.
• Homecoming, home-streaks and a tough stretch: County lineups all have something big on the line tonight as the schedule hits the midway point of the 2013 season.
• Friday's Game-by-Game Capsules.
• This week's high school statistics.
• Where are they now? - An update on local players in college.