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:

-- Alvarado family overwhelmed with support after accident.

-- Update: Car in Grantville accident was not hit by train; Victim helped from car by man who was driving behind her.

-- One driver dies from injuries after Friday Hwy. 34 W. accident.

-- Stop sign added to intersection near East Coweta High.

-- One more receiving further testing for potential TB exposure.

-- Coweta School System holds information session on new state health benefit plan.

-- UWG and WGTC sign first student transfer agreement; agreement creates seamless transition from Criminal Justice to Criminology Program.

CRIME:

-- Newnan man injured in weekend shooting near downtown.

SPORTS:

High School Volleyball - Sweet 16 State Playoffs: Area champion East Coweta takes on South Forsyth at home while one win away from reaching Georgia High School Association Elite 8.

Middle School Football: Coweta County Middle School Athletic League holds championship game between No. 1 Madras and No. 2 seed Lee at Northgate High.



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