The Thursday Rundown

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

-- Reminder - Coweta's Transportation Plan open house is Thursday, Nov. 7, 6 - 8 p.m. Coweta County Fairgrounds Conference Center, 275 Pine Road.

-- New businesses coming to Thomas Crossroads area with new Coweta Water and Sewerage Authority sewer line.

-- Simple oversight behind Grantville voters being told they could not vote Tuesday.

-- Georgia Department of Driver Services Newnan office reopens one door down in Eastgate Shopping Center on Bullsboro after water damage from roof leak.

-- Toys for Tots registration next two Saturdays.

-- Foreclosures continue downward trend in Coweta; new numbers out for November legal advertising.

-- Coweta County Fire Department uses old structure on Glover Road for training.

FOOD: 

-- Newnan Presbyterian Preschool holding holiday food sale.

SPORTS: 

-- High School Football

QBs take center stage for East Coweta-Newnan game Second-year starting quarterbacks Bryce Gemmel for East Coweta and Bailey Bryant at Newnan are ready to experience a showdown between county rivals for the second time in respective varsity careers. We look at how each have handled their experience so far. Both have become friends off the field as well and through social media.



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