Coweta County

Cell companies want two stealth towers in east Coweta

The Coweta County Commission next month will hear two rezoning requests that would locate two stealthy cell towers in east Coweta. The two requests were made by T-Mobile South and Skyway Towers. The requests conform to the cell tower ordinance adopted two years ago and are being recommended for approval by the county’s planning department.

Both applicants are requesting a special use permit on the Rural Conversation-zoned properties to place a 150-foot multi-user monopine (simulated pine tree) telecommunications tower with supporting ground equipment for wireless communications on the respective sites. Read More»

Coweta, Fayette families flock to EMC’s 63rd Annual Member Celebration

Dr. Bidemi Leyimu discusses health concerns with Ed Parrot at the Piedmont Newnan Hospital health fair during the EMC’s Oct. 9 celebration. Photo/Coweta-Fayette EMC.

Over 2,500 people turned out for Coweta-Fayette EMC’s Member Appreciation Day, held Oct. 9 on a picture-perfect fall morning at cooperative headquarters in Palmetto. Read More»

Coweta Chamber to hold candidates forum

The Newnan-Coweta Chamber of Commerce will host a candidates forum on Monday, Oct. 18 to give Coweta County citizens the chance to hear ideas from and pose questions to those running for local and national office.

The forum will be held at the Chamber’s offices in Newnan at 6 p.m. and will feature U.S. Representative District Three challenger Democrat Frank Saunders and incumbent Republican Lynn Westmoreland.  Read More»

Senoia DDA to hold D-1 BoE forum

Candidates for the Coweta County School Board will speak and take questions at a forum to held on Monday, Oct. 25 at 7 p.m. at the Freeman-Sasser Building in Senoia. Each candidate will make a brief presentation about themselves and their platforms. The public will have the opportunity to submit questions, which will be chosen at random by the moderator and presented to the candidates. Read More»

A lesson in character

A lesson in character

It was character education day Friday at the Coweta Charter Academy in Senoia. Kids went to each health, fitness or environmental display that combined its message with information on good character traits. The kids got another treat as representatives from the Fayette County Sheriff’s Office showed off the Hawk 1 helicopter and K-9 units.

Commission amends definition of manufactured homes

It amounted to a bit of housekeeping last week when the Coweta County Commission amended the language pertaining to manufactured and mobile homes contained in the county’s Zoning and Development Ordinance.

Addressing the amendment, Planning Director Robert Tolleson told commissioners the change in language stemmed from the passage of Senate Bill 384.

The county’s ordinance already contained definitions of manufactured and mobile homes, Tolleson said. Read More»

Coweta gets grant to work with juvenile offenders

The Coweta County Commission last week agreed to accept a grant designed to provide counseling and psychological services to youthful offenders. The $7,500 grant was awarded by the Council of Juvenile Judges of Georgia. Read More»

Husband-wife pediatricians locate in Newnan

It is not everyday that a community gets two new doctors. And it is certainly not the case that the two are married. But that was the case recently when Dr. Norris Payne and Dr. Margaret Payne began their practice at Piedmont Physicians Pediatrics at Oak Hill in Newnan.

“It gives us great pleasure to welcome the Paynes to the Piedmont family,” said Berney Crane, CEO of Piedmont Medical Care Corporation. “Doctors Payne come to our community with many years of experience serving the health care needs of young patients.” Read More»

Piedmont Physicians Group opens Grantsville office

Piedmont Physicians Group introduces a new practice location at 5440 Highway 29 in Grantville Ga. The new location is convenient to families in Hogansville, Lone Oak, Luthersville and Moreland.

Focusing on family medicine, Piedmont Physicians at Grantville provides a variety of basic services including medical care for illness, disease and injury for patients of all ages. Additional services include preventative care, immunizations, wellness counseling, complete annual physicals, health screenings and chronic disease management. Read More»

CTK celebrates anniversary, welcomes new members

New members (L-R, first row) Rhianna Benson; Rainee Lyn Head; Angela Northrup; Marie Safreed; Ruth Dickinson, Leta Dickinson, Seth Dickinson, Susanne Dickinson, and Isaac Dickinson. SEcond row (L-R) Melissa Benson, Kyle Benson; Chris Northrup, Senoia; Steve Safreed; Paul Dickinson, and David Dickinson. Third row, clergy (L-R) Deacon Bill Shelton; Deacon Jim Gardner, Tyrone; Deacon David Neece, Bishop David Epps; Deacon Scott Quinn; Deacon Tony McGee; Deacon James Taylor.

The Cathedral of Christ the King in Sharpsburg celebrated the church’s 14th anniversary by confirming or receiving several new members.

The church began in a living room with 19 people in 1996 and relocated to the chapel of Carmichael-Hemperley Funeral Home in Peachtree City for six years.

The congregation then occupied its new sanctuary and a fellowship hall and classroom were later added at the location on Ga. Highway 34 in Coweta County.

Services are held every Sunday at 8:30 and 10 a.m. Read More»