Saturday | Most Read Stories


1. UWG faces CSU-Pueblo in first trip to Division II semifinals

The last time West Georgia's football program played in a game as significant as tonight's national Division II semifinal, a personal comput ... It’s ... Read More


2. ‘Downtown Newnan was like her second home’

For Rochelle Mansour Norred, downtown Newnan was a second home. She and her husband, Hershall, owned a downtown business, the Newnan Pawn Sh ... It’s ... Read More


3. BB gun bandit remains on run

One of the suspects identified in the vehicle vandalism spree that occurred a few weeks ago turned herself in to authorities on Thursday. Th ... It’s ... Read More


4. Miracle on 34th Street today at Wadsworth

A free screening of the 1934 Christmas classic, "Miracle on 34th Street," will be held today at the Wadsworth Auditorium, 25 Jefferson Stree ... It’s ... Read More


5. Senoia mayor discusses impact of zombies

So far in 2014, “Walking Dead” bus and walking tours in Senoia have been directly responsible for $100,000 in revenue in Senoia, ... It’s ... Read More


6. Students learn ‘history is real’ during program

The Newnan High School History and Social Studies Department held its first Vet-Connect of the school year to give students an opportunity t ... It’s ... Read More


7. Outgoing mayor penalized for late campaign filings

Grantville Mayor Jim Sells has been ordered to pay $1,200 in penalties after filing his campaign financial reports late. The reports, a Non ... It’s ... Read More


8. Firefighters honored during annual banquet

The Newnan Fire Department held its annual Christmas dinner at Fire Station 1 Thursday and honored 21 members of the department with awards ... It’s ... Read More


9. Lady Indians stay on target, pick up second straight win

East Coweta's girls basketball team posed two arguments to Region 3-AAAAA opponents during Friday's 48-31 win over South Cobb at John Throwe ... It’s ... Read More


10. Georgia Says

The Augusta Chronicle on Sen. Landrieu loss: CNN seems to want to believe voters just weren't listening to Louisiana Sen. Mary Landrieu's ra ... It’s ... Read More


11. Mrs. Opal Phillips

Mrs. Opal Phillips, age 90, passed away Wednesday, December 10, 2014, at Pine Knoll Nursing Home in Carrollton, Ga. Mrs. Phillips was retire ... It’s ... Read More


12. Northgate lineups fall short against Woodland

If Northgate boys and girls basketball teams were looking for an excuse as to why they each came up on the short end of the scoreboard Frida ... It’s ... Read More


13. Heritage School, Trinity girls keep pace in GISA 1-AAA

The Heritage School and Trinity Christian girls basketball teams continue to hover above the rest of division opponents in GISA Region 1-AAA ... It’s ... Read More


14. Mrs. Joan LeClair

Mrs. Joan B. LeClair, 86, of Newnan and formerly of East Point, Douglasville, and Peachtree City, died at Wesley Woods on December 11, 2014. ... It’s ... Read More


15. Sound Off

Hope that was a joke: Based on the latest letter to the editor about the future King Obama, we really need that mental hospital. No third te ... It’s ... Read More


16. Defining disaster

Quoting Noah Webster, a disaster is “a sudden event, such as an accident or a natural catastrophe, that causes great damage or loss of ... It’s ... Read More


17. Religion Calendar

Fundraisers • “Amazing Grace,” cookbook, $17 postpaid per copy. Checks to Allen-Lee UMC. Peggy Parker, 4201 Keith Rd., Hog ... It’s ... Read More


18. Should we say “Merry Christmas?"

People seem more and more concerned about those wishing people “Merry Christmas.” Some Christian ministries in past years have t ... It’s ... Read More


19. Religion Briefs

Julia Crim, former pastor of FaithCreek United Methodist Church, will be serving as minister of missions and adult discipleship at Trinity o ... It’s ... Read More


20. St. George-Haiti connection keeps on giving

The ties between St. George Catholic Church and Catholics in Haiti is one that keeps giving – and giving. Roland Roger is president of ... It’s ... Read More




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