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Jonathan Dockery

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Entrepreneur and community leader, Jonathan is the founder of The City Menus. Through his business he embraces his passion for community and small businesses. In his spare time he travels the country finding breathtaking landscapes, unique city murals, and tons of great food. Each of his travels bring him inspiration for another adventure.

Cookies and Ice Cream Together in Carrollton? Yes, Please!

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CDM Systems Brighter days ahead are in the forecast for the former spot of 32 Degrees at McIntosh...

Carnegie Library Announces Community Collaboration with the Coweta County African-American Museum...

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The Newnan Carnegie Library is excited to announce a new community collaboration with the Coweta County African...

“Bright and Fresh” Lodging Will Soon Open in Newnan

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Kial Hocker - The City Menus A new hospitality development is almost complete just east of I-85 off...

Construction Wrapping Up for Mr. Clean Car Wash in Sharpsburg

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Kial Hocker - The City Menus A new car wash, detail, and service center is set to open...

The District at Carrollton Square Proposed

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Kial Hocker - The City Menus An Auburn, Alabama-based developer is seeking city of Carrollton approval for a...

Two Friends Open Percolate Coffee and Boutique at Newnan’s Market Square

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Photo by Kial Hocker - The City Menus Grand Opening Celebration: January 23 - 7:00 a.m. until 4:00...

White Coat Sciences Celebrates Ribbon Cutting

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White Coat Sciences recently celebrated a ribbon cutting this week at their new location at 315 Bankhead...

Red Wing Shoes Exits Newnan Festival

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Unfortunately, Red Wing Shoes has exited it's location at 311 Bullsboro Drive in the Newnan Festival Shopping...

Marco’s Pizza Opening in Temple Late December

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Michelle Broughton Marco’s Pizza will soon serve Temple at its new location in the former Villa Rosa Pizzeria...

RaceTrac Under Construction in Oxford

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Kevin Hemphill RaceTrac is excited serve small to mid-size fleet drivers and the Oxford community with the opening...