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:

-- Newnan City Council approves 2014 budget, including 2 percent pay raise for employees.

-- Reaction to Grantville City Council dissolving recreation advisory board.

-- Suspect in pizza delivery robberies arrested.

-- Son arrested, charged with beating elderly mother at Senoia area home.

-- Cabin burns on Stapler Road.

WEEKENDER:

-- Turn Back the Clock album reviews -- side-by-side reviews of works from artists old and new.

--“Doo Wop Wed Riding Hood” opens Thursday in Fayetteville.

SPORTS:

-- At a time when bears are hibernating and the birds are flying south ... well further south than here, some standout high school athletes that thrive in both the fall and spring choose to stay busy in the winter months - even though it's not their No. 1 love.

-- We examine why they choose to stay active rather than fall victim to a growing trend of athletes that are zeroing in on just one sport year round.



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