A Glimpse At Tomorrow's Headlines

The Saturday 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.

-- Gov. Deal's views on healthcare from State of State and State Rep. David Stover's proposed legislation.

-- Rezoning east of I-85 asked for 258-unit apartment complex.

-- Open house held Thursday on planned Old Corinth/Smokey/Belk intersection improvement.

-- Newnan Convention Center Authority welcomes new member.

-- With passage in legislature Friday, Georgia will have a uniform voting calendar rather than two separate calendars for federal and state elections; several Coweta County posts to be decided in 2014.

RELIGION:

-- St. George Catholic Church priest named to national post.

SPORTS:

Saturday -- High School Basketball - Newnan hosts Westlake in showdown for 1st place among boys in Region 3-AAAAAA.

-- East Coweta hosts Starr's Mill in non-region doubleheader.



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