Thursday Jul 10
GBI requested to investigate police chief's texts
The Georgia Bureau of Investigation has been called to investigate text messages made by ex-Grantville police chief Doug Jordan that may have led to a violent beating by one of his officers.
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Wed Jul 09, 2014
Sex trafficking expert has criminal record
In June, Tim Taylor of the Metro Atlanta Human Trafficking Task Force spoke to the Grantville City Council making an impassioned plea to urge involvement in stopping sexual trafficking of teen girls.
Sun Jul 06, 2014
Wilson brings Washington to Grantville
The Fourth of July is a day that is remembered for the actions that were taken by our Founding Fathers in order for America to become a free nation.
Fri Jul 04, 2014
The Heard Citizen
Weekly Arrest Reports
Franklin Police Chief, Kevin Hannah, has issued the following list of individuals arrested in the city of Franklin and their various charges: James Michael Reniff, 34, US Highway 27, Franklin, GA 30217, arrested on 06/27/2014, charged with Theft by Shoplifting.
Fourth events today, Saturday
Newnan Rotary Club hosts the Newnan/Coweta community Fourth of July celebration tonight at Drake Stadium.
Thu Jul 03, 2014
Newnan robbery suspect surrenders to authorities
One of the two men suspected of choking a Grantville man into passing out and then robbing him in an incident at a Newnan apartment complex turned himself in to the Coweta County Jail on Tuesday.
Fri Jun 20, 2014
Gomez, Riley not happy with chief's departure
Following the suspension and subsequent resignation of ex-police chief Doug Jordan, Gomez feels the decision was rash and made in a state of emotional turmoil and not from a position of reason.
Ex-police chief apologizes for texting incident
Doug Jordan, the now ex-police chief of Grantville, clarified the accusations of racism surrounding his recent resignation in a written statement sent to The Newnan Times-Herald on Thursday.
Family pet perishes in Corinth Road house fire
Another Coweta County home was extensively damaged by a fire Wednesday, and the homeowner's dog lost its life due to smoke inhalation.
Wed Jun 18, 2014
Grantville group seeking potential candidates
The Grantville Coalition of Concerned Citizens is inviting potential candidates for city posts to attend the group's next meeting.
Homes destroyed by flames
Units with the Coweta County Fire Department were dispatched to the first fire at 17 Bo Bo Banks Road in Grantville around 8:48 a.m., said Assistant Fire Chief Mitch Coggin.