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:

-- Coweta economic group supporting planned mental health hospital for Newnan.

-- Fourth suspect arrested in series of armed robberies in and around Newnan and Coweta.

-- Veterans Muster kicks off with musical tribute at Centre for Performing and Visual Arts.

-- The Heritage School caps Homecoming Week with crowning of the Homecoming queen at Friday's football game halftime.

-- The Newnan Times-Herald continues its series on the federal Affordable Care Act and options for the uninsured. Saturday's installment looks at what it means for small businesses.

-- DUI Court holds graduation.

-- State PSC Commissioner Chuck Eaton tells Newnan Rotary Club Plant Vogtle expansion going well.

SPORTS:

-- Heritage School looks for win in Region 2-AAA opener on Homecoming.

-- Northgate opens subregion schedule against defending champion Whitewater.



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