changes at 54/74 to inconvenience traffic
be prepared for some inconvenience maneuvering through the intersection
of Ga. highways 54 and 74 in the coming months.
Development Authority approves tennis chief as its new executive director
with the impending departure of amphitheater director Kristi Rapson,
the Peachtree City Development Authority has decided to change its management
seeking state funds for cart path bridge over Hwy. 54 West
that the Atlanta Regional Commission is placing a priority on alternative
transportation, Peachtree City officials hope it increases the chances
that the state will kick in major funds for significant improvements
to the cart path system.
girl gets 200 birthday presents and gives them away
everyone receives 200 birthday presents and then gives them all away.
mayor, council candidates ready for runoff vote Tuesday
the campaigning for Tuesday's runoff election in Peachtree City entered
the home stretch this week, it appears it's all over but the shouting.
project helps Legion post
Tiffany, 16, decided to spruce up the American Legion Post House in
Fayetteville to earn his Eagle Scout Award.
fee hike expected in January to fund expansion of PTC system
residents can expect an increase on their sewer bills in the near future
to help pay for a $15 million project to expand the capacity of Peachtree
City's sewer system.
Council says: curb your pet or get a ticket
Peachtree City pet
owners, get your plastic shovels and plastic baggies ready.
charged with statutory rape of 2 girls at soccer fields
Peachtree City Police
have arrested a 15-year-old juvenile boy on statutory rape charges.
rate headed down, but taxes may be going up
residents have three opportunities in the next two weeks to voice their
opinions about the school board's millage rate.
tabs Connell as superintendent finalist
Coweta County Board of Education announced Dr. Peggy H. Connell as the
finalist for the position of Superintendent of Coweta County Schools,
during a community hearing last Friday.
hearing is Monday
wanting to know how Senoia will spend its tax money should plan to attend
Monday's public hearing.
honored by school system
Coweta County School System awarded eight World War II veterans their
high school diplomas Monday, November 12, during Veteran's Day observances
at Temple Avenue Park in Newnan.
Marching Indians Selling Fruit!
ECHS Marching Indians are currently having a fruit sale to raise money
for their trip to the Citrus Bowl Parade in Orlando, Florida.
member named to education committee
Coweta County Board
of Education member Smith Pass has been named to the Governor's Education
Reform Implementation Task Force, joining Fairmount Principal Sylvia
Hooker as one of two Coweta Countians on the 21-member task force.
Elementary students running to Ground Zero
Ed Craver teaches physical education at Braelinn Elementary School.
He likes to see students being active during gym class and during recess.
Up until a few weeks ago there were too many kids sitting out of games
during recess and just hanging around. Now, they are running with a
purpose and a set destination in mind: Ground Zero in New York City.
football playoffs begin tonight
high school football state playoffs begin tonight and all of the local
teams in the playoffs will be playing at home.
a look at who the real heroes are right in our own community
By DAVID EPPS
Prior to Sept. 11,
heroes in America were athletes, movie actors, and rock stars. In the
aftermath of the World Trade Center and Pentagon attacks, these former
"heroes" now seem shallow and insignificant, hardly worth
notice. True heroes were seen in the firefighters and police officers,
over 400 of them, who perished trying to save the lives of people they
did not know. True heroes were seen in the personages of the young men
on the highjacked airplane over Pennsylvania who sacrificed their own
lives and prevented another terrible tragedy.
space is never large enough during the Thanksgiving season
By MONROE ROARK
funny thing about this week is, no matter how much or how little is
going on in the world, I don't have to wrack my brain for an idea about
what to put in this space. I probably won't have enough space anyway,
but here goes.
back and looking ahead at so many things to be thankful for
Fayette County Fire & Emergency Services
on the wall" is how this story starts.
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