A Glimpse At Tomorrow's Headlines

The Thursday Rundown

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

-- Four men suspected of stealing identities of 70 Cowetans indicted In NYC.

-- Almost 400 indictments returned by a Coweta County grand jury meeting for the January term.

-- Newnan Pines residents turn out for Neighborhood Watch meeting after recent burglaries, auto break-ins.

-- Board of Health hears flu concerns, welcomes new nurse manager.

-- Yokogawa breaks ground for expansion.

-- $210,000 upgrade set at Powell Library in Newnan.

-- Former Newnan farmers market hopes to expand in Peachtree City.

FOOD:

-- New in Newnan: The Leaf and Bean coffee shop open on Court Square.

SPORTS:

-- New EC head football coach.

-- Heritage School and Trinity's reaction to GISA changing from three classifications to 2.

HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL - An inside look at how Heritage School's girls have kept opponents stymied on offense. Team has held opponents to 30 points or less seven times this year and 15 or less in last three games. Lady Hawks take on region opponent Weber on Wednesday.

HIGH SCHOOL SWIMMING - Saturday's annual East Coweta Tribal Challenge swim meet is the last chance for local athletes to qualify for the upcoming state meet.

HIGH SCHOOL WRESTLING - Roundup from Tuesday's action, look ahead to weekend.



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