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Exes arrested for assaulting woman's current boyfriend
A woman and her ex-boyfriend were both arrested Wednesday after the two teamed up and beat up the woman's current boyfriend who was also struck by a truck.
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Mystery of black cat grows in Coweta
After a large, black cat-like animal attacked and carried away a Coweta County couple's pet dog earlier this month, a number of Cowetans have also reported seeing a similar animal in the county.
Thu Jul 24, 2014
Grantville's mayor not seeking re-election
In an interview with The Newnan Times-Herald, Sells explained that he felt it was time for him to leave the position, and, despite the negative attention the city has received over the last few years, he believes that the city is poised to make a positive leap into the future.
Contract for second entrance of Newnan Centre approved
The Newnan Centre meeting facility will be getting its entrance on Lower Fayetteville Road, after Newnan City Council approved Southeastern Site Development, Inc.'s renegotiated bid.
Wed Jul 23, 2014
Alan Jackson Honored With Country Music Hall of Fame Exhibit
Some of Alan Jackson's most personal artifacts will be on display during a special exhibit at the Country Music Hall of Fame in Nashville.
'Window into Past' tours at Brown's Mill Saturday
Tickets are available to tour the Battle of Brown's Mill battlefield Saturday for displays making up "A Window into the Past."
Newnan Police officer stops suspected rapist in woods
A Newnan man suspected of assaulting and raping a woman was arrested Saturday after a Newnan Police officer found the man in a wooded area pinning the victim down on the ground.
Sheriff's employee Ayers in coma
A longtime employee of the Coweta County Sheriff's Office who was diagnosed with a serious disease last year took a turn for the worse Monday and remains in a coma.
Church Day shows off rich Coweta history
The churches of Coweta County got their day to share their rich history on the Court Square in downtown Newnan on Saturday.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
Seen on Facebook: 'Get Well Soon' Balloons Wish Armadillo Better Health
Somebody had a little fun in mind when they tied "Get Well Soon" balloons on an armadillo that had been run over alongside a Georgia highway.
Sun Jul 20, 2014
Local free lunch continues through Aug 1
Free lunches for those 18 and under are offered Monday through Friday at the church and at other locations through Aug. 1. A summer food program offering hot, freshly cooked meals to anyone 18 or under is being offered in Coweta through Aug. 1. The program, funded with a grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture, offers meals at St. Smyrna ... (more)
Troup Factory was early industrial town
Factory were impressive for 19th century Southern industries. The middle building was the grist mill that held the mill stone recently given to the Troup County Archives.
Sat Jul 19, 2014
Funeral for WWII vet Hammond today
Bobby Hammond, a Newnan native and World War II veteran whose memoir was serialized in The Newnan Times-Herald, has died.
Album-release concert to assist domestic violence shelter
Contemporary gospel artist Kandice Bell, born and raised in Newnan, is holding an album release concert July 27 that will benefit Community Welcome House.
'Murder in Coweta County' producer gifts movie script to visitors center
With Coweta County making waves as a film destination "The Walking Dead," "Hunger Games" it is understandable if an outsider doesn't remember a particular movie like Coweta residents do.
Newnan man beaten, robbed by six to eight men
A Newnan man told police officers he was robbed of around $500 in cash after he was beaten by six to eight men early Thursday morning.
Grantville leaders hold interview for new city manager
Attorney Murray Joseph Weed sat down with four members of the council to discuss the concerns, needs and future plans for Grantville.
Not impressed with parade
The Newnan Fourth of July parade was summed-up in three words: "Was that it?" Within twenty-four minutes, the annual parade came to a sudden halt, leaving the crowds bewildered to what seemed to be an abbreviated salute to "green power."
Fri Jul 18, 2014
The Heard Citizen
Mrs. Susan Schofield
Mrs. Susan Jones Schofield, 61, of Franklin, passed away Thursday, July 17, 2014 at her residence.
RaceTrac expanding, Dunkin' Donuts on way
Action regarding a major renovation of the Newnan RaceTrac store, and action related to a new restaurant and a potential Dunkin' Donuts, was taken this week by the Coweta County Board of Commissioners.