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:
-- The Newnan Public Safety Complex groundbreaking was held Thursday morning at the site on Jefferson Street.
-- A concert Friday night at Wadsworth Auditorium featuring Al Petteway and Amy White benefits New Leaf Community Garden.
-- The Affordable Care Act and government shutdown are on mind of Alveda King. WITH PIC, ACA series logo and optional sidebars.
-- Two suspected pimps and a suspected prostitute are charged with aggravated child molestation and human trafficking in connection with incident at I-85, Exit 41 motel.
-- A lookout has been canceled and the suspect cleared in an incident involving a man trying to pick up a child from a Coweta County school bus Wednesday afternoon. He approached the wrong bus while waiting for the child on Bennett Street in Newnan, authorities said.
-- Jeremiah Hobbs, who grew up in Sharpsburg and attended East Coweta High, joins Justin Thompson, who grew up in Newnan, in production “[title of show]” — which runs Oct. 11-27 at The Legacy Theatre in Tyrone.
HIGH SCHOOL SOFTBALL - East Coweta closes in on 3-AAAAAA title. Lady Indians can clinch a championship with one more win while host Newnan tries to play Cinderella needing three straight victories during the last day of the tournament.
HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL - An ailing Newnan lineup continues to turn to its sophomore class to keep the Cougars pushing forward on a two-game win streak entering its first region game on Friday at home against Tri-Cities.
Game Capsules of all five of this week's contests.
This week's high school football statistics.