A Glimpse At Tomorrow's Headlines

The Friday Rundown

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

-- Certificate of Need application for behavioral health hospital denied, Coweta County Development Authority hears.

-- Development Authority sees positive economic forecast for Coweta in 2014.

-- Newnan-Coweta Historical Society unveils new community art project.

-- Sheriff's office warning of scam calls talking about jury duty.

-- First Coweta baby of 2014 gets $500 savings account.

-- Missing Montgomery bank director arrested in traffic stop.

CRIME:

-- Driver flees New Year's license check, one of passengers seriously injured.

-- Suspected meth dealer arrested after fleeing officer.

-- Two suspected Newnan drug dealers arrested.

WEEKENDER:

-- Coweta’s Teacher of the Year worked with Nettles before Sugarland.



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