A Glimpse At Tomorrow's Headlines

The Sunday Rundown

Here's a short preview of what's appearing in tomorrow's online and print edition of The Newnan Times-Herald:

-- Senator Mike Crane discusses priorities for legislative session

-- Update: Construction activity busy around Ashley Park.

-- Martin Luther King Jr. remembered with memorial program Friday, parade Saturday.

-- Poor mental health, unhealthy habits, lack of insurance are problems for Coweta.

-- Coweta Citizen of the Year nominations period extended to next Friday.

-- Do insurance programs offered under Affordable Care Act include Coweta doctors?

-- Transportation open house Thursday on Old Corinth/Smokey/Belk intersection improvement.

-- New state laws.


--The resale industry is one of the few recession-proof segments of retailing. In Coweta that includes such locations as Newnan-Coweta Habitat for Humanity’s ReStore, the Salvation Army’s Newnan resale store, and the recently-opened for-profit Plato’s Closet Newnan location.


-- Local screenwriting duo hopes for success.


-- Coweta Sports Hall of Fame prepares to honor four newest members for annual induction banquet.

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