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:

-- Certificate of Need application for behavioral health hospital denied, Coweta County Development Authority hears.

-- Development Authority sees positive economic forecast for Coweta in 2014.

-- Newnan-Coweta Historical Society unveils new community art project.

-- Sheriff's office warning of scam calls talking about jury duty.

-- First Coweta baby of 2014 gets $500 savings account.

-- Missing Montgomery bank director arrested in traffic stop.

CRIME:

-- Driver flees New Year's license check, one of passengers seriously injured.

-- Suspected meth dealer arrested after fleeing officer.

-- Two suspected Newnan drug dealers arrested.

WEEKENDER:

-- Coweta’s Teacher of the Year worked with Nettles before Sugarland.



More Local

Senoia extends ‘Walking Dead’ wall permit

The Senoia City Council voted unanimously Monday to extend the wall permit and road closures for filming of AMC network hit show “The ... Read More


Fatal wreck on Hwy. 29

A man lost his life Monday after his vehicle traveled off the road, overturned several times and collided with a number of trees. Around 10: ... Read More


Sheriff’s office on lookout for four robbery suspects

Coweta County authorities are on the lookout for four suspects who robbed a gas station convenience store by intimidation early Sunday. Arou ... Read More


Coweta behind state average in mental health resources

Editor’s note: This is part of a special focus this week on depression and suicide in Coweta County, in the wake of the death of actor ... Read More


State school superintendent candidates debate

The new Georgia Milestones Assessment, Common Core, and charter schools were topics at Tuesday’s debate between the Democratic and Rep ... Read More

Coweta steel wire plant being acquired by Insteel

Insteel Industries Inc. has announced the acquisition of one of their primary competitors with facilities in Coweta County. Insteel Wire Pro ... Read More