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:
-- Fall festivals, Halloween events offer alternatives to trick-or-treating.
-- UGA Extension Service-trained navigator answering lots of Affordable Care Act questions from Coweta Extension offices on Pine Road.
-- Grantville City Council changes personnel policy to require drug testing, approves help for local GED training program.
-- Bessie Richardson, former Newnan resident, dies at 108
-- Live Oak Music Festival held as benefit for Whitlock Foundation.
-- University of West Georgia holds economic development outlook breakfast. Dr. Joey Smith, associate professor of economics at the University of West Georgia, says service jobs are giving the local economy a boost. Also, that Coweta is the fastest growing county in the region.
--Coweta Health Department, Roscoe Jenkins Funeral Home hold breast cancer awareness events.
--District 4 Health shares information for parents, schools after tuberculosis case at Smokey Road confirmed.
HIGH SCHOOL SOFTBALL: Northgate and Newnan prepare for trip to Columbus for respective Elite 8 championship tournaments starting on Thursday.
HIGH SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL: Northgate prepares to face rival McIntosh in GHSA Semifinals on Wednesday for trip to Class AAAAA championship.
HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL: Northgate needs a win against rival McIntosh on Friday to keep state playoff hopes alive.
Newnan looks to improve its standing in Region 3-AAAAAA against much-improved Westlake lineup on Friday.