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:

-- Newnan High hosts party for season premiere of "The Walking Dead."

-- Despite worries over government shutdown and possible funding lapse, Thompson Center in Newnan still open, hopeful.

-- Man arrested for family violence and growing marijuana in Moreland.

-- Man arrested for DUI with child in car.

-- Suspect sought in armed robbery in Fayetteville; another suspect dead and one in custody.

-- Man from Newnan arrested for impersonating officer in Palmetto.

-- Grantville Council --- Zellars Association to put museum in downtown building in Grantville.

-- Grantville City Council agrees to fund meals for senior center if federal shutdown continues.

HEALTHY LIVING feature: -- Sisters fight breast cancer together as ‘cancer cadets’ -- Two sisters share their journey battling breast cancer, part of The Newnan Times-Herald’s special focus in October for Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

SPORTS: HIGH SCHOOL SOFTBALL - County lineups East Coweta, Newnan and Northgate get ready to begin state playoffs on Wednesday while hoping to reach this year's GHSA Elite 8.

HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL - Newnan prepares for showdown with defending Region 3-AAAAAA champion Langston Hughes.



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