• Temporary Ordinance to sunset on Saturday

    From Special Reports Main Street Newnan is reminding local businesses that the Temporary Ordinance adopted in May of 2020 for downtown Newnan will sunset on Saturday, July 31. The Ordinance – entitled “A Temporary Ordinance for the taking of measures to encourage Business within a portion of the city’s Central Business District related to COVID-19; and for other purposes” – ...
  • Carnegie Library hosts Teen Art Poetry Workshop

      From Special Reports The Newnan Carnegie Library welcomes Newnan ArtRez Artist-in-Residence, Robyn Carter for a Teen Art Poetry Workshop on Tuesday, Aug. 3. This collaborative workshop combines poetry with images to create new art. Carter is both a writer and an educator and in her teaching, integrates art into writing in exciting and fun ways. The event is from ...
  • Weekend Weather: Heat continues, rain moves in Sunday

    From Staff Reports The string of consecutive days with a Heat Index of over 100 degrees will continue thru Saturday, says the National Weather Service in Peachtree City. The reporting station at Newnan-Coweta Airport recorded Heat Index values of 100 on Tuesday, 102 on Wednesday and 103 on Thursday. The extended forecast calls for the Heat Index to be 103 ...
  • Coweta Schools System issues Parent/Employee Letter regarding COVID-19 procedures

    From Coweta County Schools Press Release The Coweta County School System issued a letter Wednesday outlining its current COVID-19 proprecations and protocols for the August 5 start of school. The July 28 letter is below (and attached): “Dear Coweta Parents and CCSS Employees, As we prepare to begin the 2021-22 school year on August 5, we wanted to update you ...
  • Protect Yourself Against Fourth Surge of COVID-19

    By Robert Miller, M.D., CMO of Piedmont Newnan Hospital As most of you are aware, the metrics we use to track the prevalence of COVID-19 are going up across Georgia – both the number of cases and the percentage of those tested who receive a positive result – which means that the number of COVID positive inpatients in our hospitals ...
  • Coweta-Fayette EMC partners with Coweta Schools to host Alternative Energy Adventure

    Pictured above … CCSS teachers at the Georgia Tech Kendeda Building on Day 1 of the Alternative Energy Summer Adventure. From Special Reports With hopes to provide a fun and educational experience centered around the growing demand of alternative energy options, Coweta-Fayette EMC (CFEMC) partnered with Coweta County School System (CCSS) to host its first-ever Alternative Energy Summer Adventure. The ...

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    Jul

    Temporary Ordinance to sunset on Saturday

    From Special Reports Main Street Newnan is reminding local businesses that the Temporary Ordinance adopted in May of 2020 for downtown Newnan will sunset on Saturday, July 31. The Ordinance – entitled “A Temporary Ordinance for the taking of measures to encourage Business within a portion of the city’s Central Business District related to COVID-19; and for other purposes” – ...
  • 30
    Jul

    Carnegie Library hosts Teen Art Poetry Workshop

      From Special Reports The Newnan Carnegie Library welcomes Newnan ArtRez Artist-in-Residence, Robyn Carter for a Teen Art Poetry Workshop on Tuesday, Aug. 3. This collaborative workshop combines poetry with images to create new art. Carter is both a writer and an educator and in her teaching, integrates art into writing in exciting and fun ways. The event is from ...
  • 30
    Jul

    Weekend Weather: Heat continues, rain moves in Sunday

    From Staff Reports The string of consecutive days with a Heat Index of over 100 degrees will continue thru Saturday, says the National Weather Service in Peachtree City. The reporting station at Newnan-Coweta Airport recorded Heat Index values of 100 on Tuesday, 102 on Wednesday and 103 on Thursday. The extended forecast calls for the Heat Index to be 103 ...
  • 29
    Jul

    Coweta Schools System issues Parent/Employee Letter regarding COVID-19 procedures

    From Coweta County Schools Press Release The Coweta County School System issued a letter Wednesday outlining its current COVID-19 proprecations and protocols for the August 5 start of school. The July 28 letter is below (and attached): “Dear Coweta Parents and CCSS Employees, As we prepare to begin the 2021-22 school year on August 5, we wanted to update you ...
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