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13 hrs ago | ATV Rider
Yamaha's 2014 Special Edition Sport ATVs are now available. A new Black and Crimson YFZ450R was added to a roster of sport ATVs that now includes four SE models, including a Midnight Blue Raptor 700R, Metallic Grey/White Raptor 700R and a Crimson Red and Black YFZ450R.
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17 hrs ago | The Times-Herald
There used to be an indoor skate park in Newnan, but it closed four years ago. "It was a business, but nonetheless, it was a skatepark," Porrello said.
23 hrs ago | The Times-Herald
Services are held each Wednesday during Lent at a different church. A pastor from another church brings a short message.
There are now contested races for seats on the Coweta County Board of Education, the State Senate, and one of the four State House seats that represent Coweta.
RANT: Meet James Robert Findley, 36, who was arrested for allegedly using his cell phone to take photos up a woman's skirt while in a store.
Around 9:15 p.m., Officer Anthony Grant with the Newnan Police Department responded to Hatcher Street about a dispute between two brothers.
The Coweta County Board of Zoning Appeals will meet Tuesday at 6 p.m. at the Powell Expo Center off Temple Avenue in Newnan.
The legacy continues as Wadsworth hands the reins for the concert series to Budd.
According to the ancient Greek philosopher Heraclitus, the only thing that is constant is change.
Many controversial proposals - including one allowing limited access to medical marijuana and one prohibiting the governor from expanding access to Medicaid - are expected to be debated on the floor of the Ga.
State Representative Lynn Smith, R-Newnan, will be seeking reelection to her District 70 seat in the Georgia House of Representatives.
On March 20, the Coweta County Health Department will be back to offering its monthly child car safety seat classes.
Lynn S. Bradberry was selected by her peers as United Bank's 2013 Employee of the Year, for the Newnan bank division.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports that Kennesaw State University officials ordered the removal of the artwork from an exhibit at the university's new Zuckerman Museum of Art, which opened this weekend.
Gregory Sims was sentenced this week to three years in prison for the incident. A man arrested in July for allegedly driving a vehicle into a gas station was sentenced this week in Coweta Superior Court to serve three years in the county jail.