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Fayette's first charter school to get a hearing
The Fayette County Board of Education will hold a called meeting July 28 and likely vote on the application submitted by the Liberty Tech Charter School.
Cultural Arts Center's 'Crossroads' Exhibit Is Retrospective Show
The Cultural Arts Council of Douglasville/Douglas County announces the reception for "Crossroads: Where Art & History Meet" at the Cultural Arts Council on Thursday, July 24th, from 6 until 8 p.m. The exhibit is a retrospective show of the CAC's permanent collection featuring some of the earliest acquired pieces, as well as highlighting some of the ... (more)
Jefferson grad Cole to walk on at West Georgia
When Jefferson grad Tyler Cole got a call from Wesley Simonton last summer asking him if he'd like to play football again, Cole's answer was quick.
Stars and Stripes
Black Civil War re-enactors hope to set record straight
Marvin-Alonzo Greer proudly donned the blue uniform of a federal soldier in the Civil War during a recent Juneteenth celebration at Atlanta Cyclorama.
Seeing is believing
One of the things the Development Authority does to help promote Coweta County is to host community tours for project managers and consultants who work directly with economic development prospects.
The Times of India
Four India-born Americans honoured in US
The July 4 event was sponsored by the Carnegie Corporation, a foundation started by Andrew Carnegie, a Scottish immigrant who spearheaded the expansion of the American steel industry in the late 19th century.
UWG solarium to be named after Swopes family
Longtime Newnan residents Steve and Marie Swope are being honored for their donation to fund enhancements at the University of West Georgia's new campus in Newnan and will receive the honor of naming one of its two solariums.
Assault on Cheatham Hill
Leading visitors early Friday morning on a "real-time tour" of Sherman's assault on Cheatham Hill during the Civil War Battle of Kennesaw Mountain was Dr. Keith Bohannon, a history professor at the University of West Georgia, who grew up in Smyrna and has been volunteering at the Kennesaw Mountain Preserve since the 1980s.
Newnan mayor speaks to demand for behavioral health
Newnan Mayor Keith Brady testified on behalf of a proposed behavioral hospital during Thursday's session of a Certificate of Need appeal hearing in Atlanta.