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1. Customer brandishes knife over 10 cents

A Senoia man was quickly apprehended Thursday after he attempted to rob a convenience store over a dime. About 2:40 p.m., Officer Wesley Cou ... It’s ... Read More


2. CSU arrests meth dealers

Coweta County investigators arrested two suspected methamphetamine dealers Thursday after setting up a buy near Thomas Crossroads. About 5 p ... It’s ... Read More


3. Man wanted after urinating in McDonald’s

Newnan police are on the lookout for a man who began threatening McDonald’s employees after they got onto him for urinating in the cor ... It’s ... Read More


4. K-9 helps nab cocaine trafficker

Coweta County deputies arrested a suspected cocaine trafficker Thursday after responding to a traffic complaint in Senoia. About 7 p.m., Sgt ... It’s ... Read More


5. Definition of hunting, shooting clubs clarified

The Coweta County Commissioners unanimously approved amendments to the zoning ordinance Thursday that define various types of clubs, and whe ... It’s ... Read More


6. Newnan group takes part in Stand for Life

A large group from Newnan traveled to Atlanta earlier this week to take part in the annual March for the Unborn. March for the Unborn is hel ... It’s ... Read More


7. Rezoning for proposed retirement community OK'd

The Coweta County Commissioners approved a rezoning for property behind the Sam’s Club at Fischer Road and Highway 34 – but for ... It’s ... Read More


8. Mr. Joseph Egleston Johnston Cox Jr.

Joseph Egleston Johnston Cox Jr., 95, of Sharpsburg passed away in his home surrounded by family early Thursday, Jan. 22, 2015. Mr. Cox was ... It’s ... Read More


9. Central Christian teams sweep East Central

Central Christian basketball teams continued to stay atop the Alabama-Christian league standings on Friday while making quick work against l ... It’s ... Read More


10. Ex-fire chief files EEOC complaint

Former Atlanta Fire Chief Kelvin Cochran has filed a federal religious discrimination complaint after being fired for a self-published book ... It’s ... Read More


11. Morrow able to double up on Northgate

When the Northgate basketball teams took the floor Friday night at home against Region 4A-AAAAA foe Morrow, they were hoping for a better ou ... It’s ... Read More


12. Georgia Says

The Augusta Chronicle on citizenship tests: New citizens are expected to know something about civics. Should we expect less of natives? Of ... It’s ... Read More


13. Deaths

W. Pierce Haynie, 92, of Stockbridge died Wednesday, Jan. 21, 2015. Funeral services were Friday, Jan. 23 at 1 p.m. at Cannon-Cleveland Fune ... It’s ... Read More


14. Lights for Linda

Thank you so very much for the generous article and pictures about Lights for Linda Luminarias. We are thrilled that Linda’s effervesc ... It’s ... Read More


15. About that weather forecast …

After last week’s blistering cold, I’d say we’ve all had enough. I say “blistering” but that’s all relat ... It’s ... Read More


16. Religion Calendar

Revival • Sunnyside Baptist Church, Greenville, Street, Sunday, 11 a.m./6 p.m. Monday-Wednesday, 7 p.m. Aaron McCullough, evangelist. ... It’s ... Read More


17. Smith family in new home for Christmas

Quinethia Smith – or "Q" as many friends know her, moved into a brand new home in time for Christmas. Smith and her boys, Lamarcus and ... It’s ... Read More


18. Religion Briefs

A coat drive is underway at Central Baptist Church. Kathleen Duncan is coordinating the drive. People may leave clean, lightly used coats on ... It’s ... Read More


19. Jack and Jill members help with NCHFH projects

Jack and Jill of Fayette County members recently spent a day working on various projects in Coweta County with Newnan- Coweta Habitat for Hu ... It’s ... Read More


20. Sandoval family first in Habitat home in 2015

Angela Sandoval and her family have already achieved their New Year’s goal. Sandoval partnered with Newnan-Coweta Habitat for Humanity ... It’s ... Read More


21. Living by assumptions

Every one of us has a worldview. A worldview is the collections of assumptions that form the grid through which we view life. Sometimes we a ... It’s ... Read More


22. Habitat holding free Tuesday classes

Newnan-Coweta Habitat for Humanity is sponsoring free classes on home ownership topics. Classes are being held Tuesdays from 6-8 p.m. at the ... It’s ... Read More




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