Senoia

Senoia to resurface Main St.

Senoia residents will soon see a new topping to Main Street in the downtown area. An April 7 approval by the City Council will result in the resurfacing of Main Street in time for the Memorial Day festivities.

The Main Street resurfacing project is not one that involves a significant length of time, said City Manager Richard Ferry.

Plans call for a tentative start date in May, with a completion date prior to the Memorial Day activities that will see the downtown area flooded with residents and visitors. Read More»

Legacy Christian will host WinShape Marriage event

Legacy Christian Church of Senoia is hosting a marriage conference through WinShape Marriage on Saturday, April 26 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The whole community is invited to attend.

More than 4,000 couples annually benefit from WinShape Marriage, a ministry of Chick-fil-A, which creates opportunities for marital transformation.

The seminar will give attendees an opportunity to explore and prioritize their relationship in three mini sessions with sample topics to include:

• Creating values and a vision for your relationship; Read More»

Treats help dog charity

Treats help dog charity

There is just no stopping Wendy Maguire and her efforts with the nonprofit Pedal for Pets organization. The second annual Foodies for Fido fundraiser held at March 27 at the Wyndham in Peachtree City featured an array of delectables enjoyed by the several hundred in attendance. Photo/Ben Nelms.

Coweta employee charged in domestic incident

Coweta County Convention and Visitors Bureau Director of Event Services Tray Baggarly is facing charges of simple battery in connection with a March 16 incident at his Senoia residence.

According to an incident report from the Senoia Police Dept, an officer was dispatched to Baggarly’s residence in reference to a family violence dispute.

The officer contacted a woman describing herself as Baggarly’s girlfriend who said she came to the residence to check on him. The woman said she entered the home and Baggarly cursed at her and told her to leave the house, according to reports. Read More»

Senoia plans citywide yard sale April 26

Senoia’s first citywide yard sale sponsored by the Senoia Downtown Development Authority and the Senoia Area Historical Society is set for April 26. Pictured are SAHS President John “Dub” Pearman, SAHS Museum Director Maureen Schulyer, DDA Promotions Committee Chairman Gail Downs and DDA Chairman Suzanne Helfman.

The idea of having a citywide yard sale was the brainchild of the Senoia Downtown Development Authority (DDA) and the Senoia Area Historical Society (SAHS). Residents interested in participating in the April 26 event should register at City Hall to be included on the list of yard sale locations.

Organizers said SAHS had already scheduled its annual yard sale fundraiser when DDA members suggested the idea of having a combined event on the same day. Read More»

Shelton-Piazza Engagement

Nikki Louise Shelton engaged to Benjamin Joseph Piazza III

Robert and Alicia Shelton of Senoia, Ga. proudly announce the engagement of their daughter, Nikki Louise Shelton, to Benjamin Joseph Piazza III, son of Ben and Kathy Piazza of Jackson, Miss.

The bride-to-be is the grand-daughter of John J. Shelton III and the late Alice Shelton of Hattiesburg, Miss., and Anita Martin and the late Stanley Martin, Jr. of Eutaw, Ala. Read More»

Ready to help his dad

Ready to help his dad

Lathan Gibby of Senoia tried on his dad’s brand-new fire helmet last week following a promotion ceremony hosted by the Fayette County Commission. Dad Brandon was promoted to Lieutenant as Lathan, mom Carrie and sister Paislie watched. Photo/John Munford.

Senoia expands downtown with rezoning vote

A small, but significant, expansion is coming to Senoia’s downtown shopping district. The City Council on March 17 approved a request to rezone a .3-acre residential lot on Barnes Street to General Commercial (GC) to accommodate the construction of a retail building which will house three small shops. Read More»

Senoia cops seek second suspect in pharmacy heists

Warrants have been issued for a second arrest in connection with the July 2013 burglary and Dec. 23 attempted burglary at the Senoia Drug Company on Ga. Highway 16. A North Carolina man is on the run, but officers serving the warrant found enough prescription pain pills and other medications to fill a small pharmacy.

Rico Ussery, 35, of Juliette was arrested March 3 on charges of burglary and attempted burglary in connection with the burglary and attempted burglary at the pharmacy on Hwy. 16, according to Senoia Police Investigator Jason Ercole. Read More»

Busted tail light leads to Senoia burglary arrest

A 35-year-old Juliette man was arrested March 3 on charges stemming from a Dec. 23 burglary and a July 26 attempted burglary at the Senoia Drug Company on Ga. Highway 16.

Rico Ussery was charged with burglary and attempted burglary, according to Senoia Investigator Jason Ercole.

Arrests warrants for burglary and attempted burglary have also been issued for 22-year-old North Carolina resident Denzel Kewon Poole, though Poole has yet to be taken into custody, Ercole said. Read More»