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  1. Annual bike ride fundraiser continues to growRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Times-Herald

    Wendy Maguire, right, and other cyclists on the 2015 Pedal for Pets ride to Savannah pause for a photo. Also pictured are, left to right, Kathy Sivell, Michelle Morgan, Sandy Sargent, and Cindy Miller.

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  2. New promoters helping keep Senoia on trackRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 1 | The Times-Herald

    Local race fans will have two days of action to watch during the holiday weekend at Senoia Raceway, which is hosting the Billy Clanton Memorial Special Friday and Saturday. There's no better way for race fans to celebrate the Fourth of July than heading to the track.

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  3. Driver charged in 2014 accident that killed 20-year-oldRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 26 | The Times-Herald

    Following a long investigation by the Georgia State Patrol, a man involved in a three-vehicle collision that resulted in the death of a 20-year-old woman last year was charged with vehicular homicide this week. Devin Eugene McAdams, 29, was booked into the Coweta County Jail on Tuesday on charges of vehicular homicide and following too closely, both misdemeanors, from an accident that occurred on June 26, 2014.

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  4. Armisteads celebrate Father's Day weekend with winsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 26 | The Times-Herald

    The father-son team of Joe Armistead Jr. and Joey Armistead earned checkered flags for the second time this season at Senoia Raceway, achieving the feat again in time for Father's Day. Joe Armistead, Jr. and son Joey celebrated Father's Day early last week as the father/ son duo won their respective divisions racing action at Senoia Raceway.

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  5. Senoia business deserves more than a snowball's chanceRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 25 | The Times-Herald

    Whether it's sipping something cold with neighbors on the front porch in the summer, holding a fancy tea for a fundraiser or enjoying delicacies house-to-house during a winter progressive dinner, Senoia folks know how to throw and enjoy a good party. With temperatures climbing into the 90s, a snowball sounds like fun, but entrepreneurs Cathie Kirkland and Marcia Williamson are wondering if the Senoia City Council will give them the proverbial snowball's chance of keeping their business open.

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  6. Changing the worldRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 25 | The Times-Herald

    Black lives matter, white lives matter, brown lives matter, yellow lives matter, Christian lives matter, Jewish lives matter, Catholic lives matter, Islamic lives matter and Buddhist lives matter. No matter the ethnicity or religious persuasion, all lives matter.

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  7. Rants, Raves & Really?!?Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 23 | The Times-Herald

    REALLY?!?: The gunman who opened fire in a Dallas police headquarters building is believed to have bought his armored van from a Newnan business. Jenco Sales Inc. sold the "zombie apocalypse assault vehicle and troop transport" on eBay to James Boulware, who was later shot dead by a police sniper.

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  8. Senoia grants, revokes, license for snowball trailerRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 18 | The Times-Herald

    Cathie Kirkland and Marcia Williamson made several improvements to the lot on Main Street where they placed their snowball trailer, at the city's request. Now the city says it shouldn't have issued a license for the business.

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  9. County hiring commercial building inspection firmRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 17 | The Times-Herald

    Now that the economy has picked up, Coweta County will be contracting with a code inspection company to help provide commercial building inspections. During the economic downtown, commercial inspections were done by the county's chief building official.

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  10. Section of Barnes Street to close for constructionRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 16 | The Times-Herald

    The former home of French Market Antiques on Senoia's Main Street was recently demolished to make way for a new infill development. The construction site, including part of Barnes Street, will be fenced off starting Mid-August.

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  11. ???Senoia officials hope to expand water systemRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 13 | The Times-Herald

    The city of Senoia has made a lot of progress over the last several years toward becoming self-sufficient with its water supply, and the Georgia Environmental Protection Division is currently taking comments on the city's plan to begin pulling more water from Hutchinson Lake. In addition to moving forward with the expansion, the city will also need to increase the rates water customers pay, to make up for the loss of roughly $120,000 after a major industry drastically cut its water usage.

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  12. Economic boon, local history lost in flamesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 10 | The Times-Herald

    Current Bulloch House owner Peter Lampert, center, talks with the women who started the restaurant Sylvia Garrett, left, and Judy Foster on Wednesday. Peter Lampert, owner of the Bulloch House, was reflecting on what he felt as he watched the popular Warm Springs eatery burn.

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  13. Buy One-Give One lets advertisers help non-profitsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 6 | The Times-Herald

    Businesses and non-profits look at the community through different lenses, but the people behind for-profit and charitable groups all have an interested in living in a community where people are healthy, educated and enlightened. The Newnan Times-Herald as part of the celebration of its 150th birthday this year is offering a program that lets businesses offer a helping hand to non-profit organizations.

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  14. Buy One-Give One lets advertisers help non-profitsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 6 | The Times-Herald

    Businesses and non-profits look at the community through different lenses, but the people behind for-profit and charitable groups all have an interested in living in a community where people are healthy, educated and enlightened. The Newnan Times-Herald as part of the celebration of its 150th birthday this year is offering a program that lets businesses offer a helping hand to non-profit organizations.

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  15. GA tourism industry generates record impactRead the original story w/Photo

    May 30, 2015 | The Times-Herald

    Participants square off during a recent Big Zombie Tour at Caldwell Tanks in Newnan. The demand for film-based tourism has seen Atlanta Movie Tours venturing into Coweta County 14 times a week.

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  16. Summer lunch programs offered for area childrenRead the original story w/Photo

    May 29, 2015 | The Times-Herald

    The Newnan Housing Authority is offering a summer lunch program at two locations in Newnan and one in Senoia, but the meals are only for children who qualify for free or reduced-priced school lunches, or whose households receive food stamps or Temporary Aid for Needy Families. "We want to be sure that no child goes hungry while the schools are out," said Alison Wallace of Bridging the Gap.

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  17. Armisteads double up on wins at SenoiaRead the original story w/Photo

    May 21, 2015 | The Times-Herald

    The father and son racing team of Joe Armistead, Jr., left, and Joey Armistead doubled on victories on Saturday as the second and third generation drivers nabbed feature wins in the Super and Limited Late Model classes, respectively. The father and son racing team of Joe Armistead, Jr. and Joey Armistead doubled on victories on Saturday as the second and third generation drivers nabbed feature wins in the Super and Limited Late Model classes, respectively.

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  18. Coweta's non-profits make life brighterRead the original story w/Photo

    May 20, 2015 | The Times-Herald

    Some offer direct services to individuals in need or people facing difficult life situations. Other groups promote the arts, education or recreation.

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  19. Senoia's 10th annual Memorial Day events MondayRead the original story w/Photo

    May 20, 2015 | The Times-Herald

    The day-long event will include entertainment, a speaker, parade, vendors, a food court, and a meet and greet with veterans. That evening, things move to the Marimac Lakes Park for the fireworks.

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  20. Granite worker arrested for conversion of paymentsRead the original story w/Photo

    May 19, 2015 | The Times-Herald

    A granite countertop installer suspected of deceiving a customer into paying him up front but never completing the job he was hired for was arrested Tuesday following an investigation by the Senoia Police Department. The investigation began on May 11 when a Senoia resident complained to the police department about James Edward Mills III, 38, with Granite Slab Warehouse.

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