Peachtree City

Rezoning is continued until Jan. 15

The rezoning request by Apsilon Hotels LLC that would establish a Marriott Residence Inn in the Kedron Office Park has been continued until the Jan. 15 meeting of the Peachtree City Council.

The rezoning request for the 6.52-acre tract in the Kedron Office Park off North Peachtree Parkway near Ga. Highway 74 was scheduled to be heard at the council’s Dec. 18 meeting but was continued at the request of the applicant. Read More»

Peachtree City's convention bureau achieves Benchmark of Excellence Certification

The Georgia Association of Convention and Visitors Bureaus (GACVB) is pleased to announce that the Peachtree City Convention & Visitors Bureau has earned the status of Gold Level Benchmark of Excellence GACVB Certification. Read More»

Charles Clifford Nabors, 73, Peachtree City

Charles Clifford "Cliff" Nabors, 73, Peachtree City, passed away December 17, 2014.

He retired as vice president of Wachovia Bank, after 37 years of service. He was active in the Peachtree City United Methodist Church.

Cliff is survived by his son, Chuck Nabors; daughter Pam Nabors; niece Jeannie (Lou) Leitenberger; and great-niece, Kelly White. Read More»

Council abandons Line Creek Court

The Peachtree City Council voted Dec. 18 to abandon Line Creek Court and a majority of Line Creek Drive adjacent to the site of the upcoming Overlook retail development and the RaceTrac gas station on Ga. Highway 54 West. Developer Trinity-Overlook LLC will pay the city the appraised value of $100,000 for the right of way abandonment. Read More»

Flags with wreaths for veterans

Flags with wreaths for veterans

Fayetteville resident Mason Brook, a cadet with the Civil Air Patrol, was one of a number of cadets and veterans to place wreaths and flags on the graves of veterans at Westminster Memorial Gardens in Peachtree City as part of the nationwide “Wreaths Across America” event held Dec. 13. Photo/Ben Nelms.

Bomb threat at PTC Walmart one of several across region

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Walmart regional officials decided not to evacuate the store

Notification of a bomb threat at the Peachtree City Walmart Wednesday afternoon was one of a number of similar threats made against other Walmart stores in the region. Peachtree City police and fire units responded but left the scene after Walmart corporate officials decided not to evacuate the store. Read More»

PTC to reverse strict annexation policy?

City wants to ‘market itself’ to expand borders

After more than a decade of tight restrictions on annexing more land into the city, the Peachtree City Council is moving toward reversing that stance on new development. Read More»

PTC Kroger shoppers see cops chase, tase man

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A Riverdale man was arrested on Dec. 14 on charges stemming from his attempt to fill fraudulent prescriptions at the Crosstown Kroger grocery store then fleeing from officers who were called to the scene, police said.

Andrew Menjor, 24, was charged with felony obstruction and felony attempting to obtain dangerous drugs by fraud and is being held in the Fayette County Jail, according to Peachtree City Police reports. Read More»

Fire kills pet dog; family unhurt but needs help

Slithery victim rescued — Peachtree City firefighter Josh Peal holds a python, one of numerous animals rescued at a house fire on Dec. 13. The family was not at home as firefighters arrived to fight the blaze and rescue the animals. The python shown with Peal was resuscitated using a device made especially for animals. Photo/Submitted.

A Peachtree City family was not at home on Dec. 13 when a mid-morning house fire caused significant damage to the house. A family dog did not survive the fire.

Peachtree City Fire Department spokesman Ron Mundy said the fire at 129 Burnham Rise on the city’s south side was reported just after 10 a.m.

Units arrived within five minutes to find a heavily involved fire with heavy flames in the kitchen area, Mundy said. He said a vehicle was in the driveway so firefighters did a search but found no one at home. Read More»

New choral anthem premiers this Sunday in Peachtree City

William Pasch, left, presents an autographed and framed copy of Star in the East to First Presbyterian Church choir director David Stivers. Photo/Special.

This Sunday, Dec. 21 at 11 a.m, First Presbyterian Church (USA) of Peachtree City will present Lessons and Carols to celebrate the Advent season. One of the choir anthems, Star in the East, will be performed for the first time in Peachtree City.

Composed in 2014 by Griffin resident William A. Pasch and dedicated to the First Presbyterian choir and its director, David Stivers, Star in the East, was recently published by Augsburg Fortress, and has sold approximately 2,500 copies. Read More»

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