A Glimpse At Tomorrow's Headlines
The Wednesday Rundown
Here's a short preview of what's appearing in tomorrow's online and print edition of The Newnan Times-Herald:
-- After meeting with the man named “America’s Toughest Sheriff,” Grantville Police Chief Doug Jordan is hoping to establish Grantville’s own drug team and train officers under Maricopa County, Arizona, Sheriff Joe Arpaio.
-- A damaged roof at a home on LaGrange Street is set for repairs.Passersby have noticed the damage at 125 LaGrange St. where the roof split along the crest.
-- Salbide Avenue near Newnan Presbyterian Church at the south end of the downtown Newnan business district has been under repair. The portion of Salbide east of Greenville street was milled to remove thick layers of old paving, and the sidewalks were being replaced. Paving work in the area was beginning Tuesday afternoon.
-- Georgia’s State Democratic Committee elected DuBose Porter of Dublin as their new chairman this weekend during their meeting at the Wadsworth Auditorium in Newnan.
-- Men carrying guns robbed the Family Dollar store on Temple Avenue in Newnan Monday evening.
-- Newnan resident Kareema Wilson, 18, often found herself falling asleep at the most inconvenient of times: while taking notes in class, talking with friends, or even standing at the bus stop. She was diagnosed with narcolepsy and has been receiving treatment at Piedmont Sleep Center.
-- Senior Health Fair set for Friday at Summit YMCA.