Cindy Centofanti

Cindy Centofanti


Cindy joined the News Leader 9 team as an MMJ/Reporter in March 2020.

Recent Articles by Cindy

  Chambers County Schools experiences technical problems with online learning

  Harris County parents and students reflect on first week of school

  Opelika City Schools welcomes students back for first day of school

  Phenix City Schools preparing for students to return for the school year

  Muscogee County reports highest one-day COVID-19 death toll

  Midtown Park Apartment fire in Columbus serves as reminder to get renters insurance

  Residents coping after massive fire at Midtown Park Apartments in Columbus

  Bars in Alabama to stop serving alcohol at 11 p.m.

  Muscogee County reaches over 4,000 coronavirus cases

  Research lab in Columbus conducting clinical trial for treatment of COVID-19

  Chattahoochee County Schools updates reopening plan

  Local residents, community leaders remember Congressman John Lewis

  Quitman County Sheriff’s Office receiving help from law enforcement agencies after COVID-19 outbreak

  Columbus Restaurant Week continuing amid pandemic

  Chambers County Schools outlines plan for starting classes in August

  Phenix City parents react to district’s guidelines for reopening schools

  COVID-19 impacting the mental health of senior citizens

  Missing Harris Co. man found alive in wrecked car by Good Samaritan

  Chattahoochee Co. working on plan to reopen schools

  Troup County Sheriff’s Office holds press conference addressing COVID-19 outbreak in jail

  East Ala. boy removed from ventilator after nearly drowning in Panama City Beach

  Phenix City boy rescues toddler from drowning while vacationing in Panama City Beach

  Issuance of weapons carry licenses in Muscogee County put on hold

  Muscogee Co. continues to see increase in COVID-19 cases

  GDOL introduces Pandemic Emergency Unemployment Compensation program

  Phenix City leaders stand unified with community against injustice

  Muscogee Co. board of elections addresses voting issues across the county

  Columbus Museum speaks out against racial injustice; displaying local civil rights artifacts

  Columbus teen, counselor talk educating children on racial diversity issues

  Bill aims to tax gun sales, ammunition in Ga.; residents express distaste