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1. Baby found dead during CCSO search

The Coweta County Sheriff’s Office is currently investigating the death of a baby who was discovered during the execution of an arrest ... It’s ... Read More

2. Mother of dead baby was found lying on top of her child

Authorities believe the mother of a dead baby was under the influence of some type of drug when she was discovered passed out on top of her ... It’s ... Read More

3. Kroger recalls seasonings due to salmonella risk

The Kroger Co. is recalling four of their brand seasonings sold in it's grocery stores due to possible contamination from Salmonella. A sam ... It’s ... Read More

4. Truck driver dies in accident

If you ever met Randy Cox, you had a friend. “To see him on the street, you would think he was an average man,” said Randy Cox&r ... It’s ... Read More

5. Pilates Loft Fire believed to be arson

Authorities with the Newnan Fire Department and the Newnan Police Department are investigating a suspicious fire that severely damaged a New ... It’s ... Read More

6. Lower Fayetteville Rd. temporarily closed

A ruptured gas main break has temporarily closed Lower Fayetteville Rd. between Shenandoah Blvd. and The Centre for Performing Arts. The br ... It’s ... Read More

7. Hit, run driver faces bevy of charges related to chase

The man who led Coweta County deputies on a car chase after he rear-ended one of them last week was booked into the Coweta County Jail on nu ... It’s ... Read More

8. Blackburn: Move some employees out of pension plan

A Coweta County Commissioner has proposed taking county employees with under 15 years of service out of the county’s pension plan and ... It’s ... Read More

9. Funeral for trucker set for today

The funeral for Randall "Randy" G. Cox, 46, who was killed Thursday in a tractor-trailer accident on I-20 will be held Monday. The Newnan re ... It’s ... Read More

10. Locals react to shootings and gun legislation

A growing sense of distrust and resentment towards the government and the public only seems to be widening among local gun owners. Recent sh ... It’s ... Read More

11. Farmer’s Market relocates

The Coweta County Farmer’s Market will permanently move from its train depot location to the downtown square, because of popular deman ... It’s ... Read More

12. Ethics complaint against attorney Millard Farmer dropped

The Georgia Bar Association has dismissed an ethics complaint against attorney Millard Farmer for his actions in the John Murphy and Michell ... It’s ... Read More

13. 5-year rental space battle comes to close

An in-law suite that was rented out intermittently for several years has become a source of contention for one Grantville citizen. Former Gr ... It’s ... Read More

14. Surprise agenda item? Return of Greentop

Newnan City Council approved reconsidering the controversial annexation application for Greentop Road and bringing it back before the counci ... It’s ... Read More

15. Sorensen golfs to help pay for daughter’s surgery

This is a story about a family, cancer and love. Ten years ago the Sorensen family was struck by cancer, as Chris Sorensen won her battle wi ... It’s ... Read More

16. Commercial rezoning request withdrawn

Jim Thomasson withdrew his rezoning request for 110 Jackson Street at Tuesday’s Newnan City Council meeting. Thomasson was seeking to ... It’s ... Read More

17. Chattahoochee River flood designation changed

When the Chattahoochee River hits 15 feet at the Hwy. 16 bridge, it will no longer be considered flood stage. The National Weather Service h ... It’s ... Read More

18. Gerald Lonnie Whisenhunt

Gerald L. Whisenhunt, of Newnan, passed away peacefully at his residence on July 23, 2015. Mr. Whisenhunt was born on July 11, 1964, and re ... It’s ... Read More

19. Capt. Herb Emory honored with flyover ramp

After dedicating his career to helping Atlantans navigate back and forth to work safely, the late Captain Herb Emory was honored on Wednesda ... It’s ... Read More

20. E.B. White’s niece makes return visit to Newnan

After 63 years, Charlotte is still spinning her web. On Friday afternoon, Lindsey Morand stopped by the Carnegie Library in downtown Newnan, ... It’s ... Read More

21. Pres. Cleveland’s home for sale – for $4.9 million

Looking for a getaway with historic appeal? The home where Pres. Grover Cleveland lived in retirement is for sale – for $4.95 million. ... It’s ... Read More

22. One Roof collecting fans to help Cowetans beat the heat

With the heat and humidity continuing to remain oppressive, One Roof Outreach is collecting fans and air conditioner units so that they can ... It’s ... Read More

23. MLK, Roosevelts on magazine’s list

At least three people who visited Coweta County made The Atlantic's 100 Most Influential Americans List – Martin Luther King and Frank ... It’s ... Read More

24. Governor consults with Jarrard on arming National Guard

Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal is not requiring Georgia’s National Guardsmen to arm themselves – following consultation with Brig. Gen ... It’s ... Read More

25. Cyberbullying is real

It used to be school bullies would steal your lunch money or give you a wedgie on the playground. Sometimes, you’d have to find anothe ... It’s ... Read More

Is it a good idea for armed civilians to guard local recruiting centers?


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