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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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The third annual "Senoia Century" bicycle ride benefitting Pedal for Pets will be held this Saturday in and around Senoia.
Seven men, five of them from Michigan, were arrested Saturday after their suspected burglary of a Verizon Wireless store was foiled by a tracking device in one of the stolen phones.
RAVE, RAVE, RAVE: Thanks to all the folks across the county who made sure the July 4 weekend here was a big celebration of America and what makes it great.
After rebidding the project of the second entrance for the Newnan Centre on Lower Fayetteville Road, Newnan City Council will negotiate with the contractor who submitted the low bid for the project in order to move the project forward.
"I do this because I care," he said Monday. "I'm sorry if Coweta County's got some kind of issue with me."
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.
Events are set three weekends in July to celebrate Coweta's civic and religious heritage and to peer through a window in time to see what might have been happening the night after the Battle of Brown's Mill.
Newnan Police Department Detective Sergeant Schrepfer said the alarm call came in at 3:26 Saturday morning.
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.
"Basically, this business started out of necessity," said Woods, owner of The Frigid Frog of Georgia.
Editor's note: Jordan Colbert is one of 17 commits Auburn has for its 2015 recruiting class as of Saturday afternoon.
Georgia's new law regarding slow drivers in the "passing lanes" went into effect on July 1, and the law applies to all roads with at least two lanes in each direction not just interstates.
A Sharpsburg family learned this the hard way after they had a surprising experience with a cleaning lady they hired in June.
Updated: Thu Jul 10, 2014 05:04 am
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