Peachtree City

Rail crossing work in PTC closes Dividend Drive, Paschall Road

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The intersection of Dividend Drive and Aviation Way at the railroad tracks and the intersection of Paschall Road at the railroad tracks will be closed for the next three to four days, city officials said Tuesday.

The closures are necessary as the CSX Railroad company makes improvements in those areas, officials said.

Motorists are advised to use alternate routes until the work is complete.

WOG moving into Coweta

Word of God’s pastor, John Fraser, and service committee president, Bill Drury. Photo/Special.

Word of God Lutheran Church in Peachtree City recently purchased 17 acres of property in Sharpsburg. The property is on Ga. Highway 34, on the west bank of Shoal Creek. Pictured at the closing holding the newly signed contract are Word of God’s pastor, John Fraser, and service committee president, Bill Drury. Photo/Special.

PTCUMC’s Summer Speaker Series runs through July 23

Peachtree City United Methodist Church, 225 Robinson Rd., has kicked off its Summer Speaker Series with a host of speakers and fascinating topics.

Topics center on 1 Timothy 6:12, “Fight the good fight for the true faith. Hold tightly to the eternal life to which God has called you, which you have confessed so well before many witnesses.” (NLT)

Morning sessions run from 9:30-11:30 a.m. Evening sessions run from 7-8:30 p.m. All sessions are held at the Robinson Road campus. Scheduled sessions are as follows: Read More»

Richling-Bowler engagement

Erin Anne Richling engaged to Blake Davis Bowler

Mr. and Mrs. Larry Richling of Omaha, Neb., announce the engagement of their daughter, Erin Anne, to Blake Davis Bowler, son of LTC (ret) and Mrs. Joseph L. Bowler, Jr. of Peachtree City.

Erin is a graduate of Marian High School in Omaha. She is a 2007 graduate of Boston College in Boston, Mass. where she majored in history. She earned her Master of Childhood Education at Pace University in New York City. She currently teaches history at a charter school in Chicago. Read More»

Major Dennis Baker, 95, of Peachtree City

Major Dennis "Nik" Baker

Major Dennis "Nik" Baker, 95, of Peachtree City, Ga., passed away peacefully on 7 June 2014, after a brief battle with cancer, surrounded by his loving children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren. Read More»

Former presidential candidate bringing his radio show to town

Herman Cain. Photo/Special.

Come join Herman Cain, a former candidate for the presidency, and host of The New Herman Cain Show on News/Talk WSB this Friday at Shakerag Knoll in Peachtree City at 6 p.m.

Hear Cain broadcast, get an autograph or your picture taken with him.

Bring your lawn chairs, food and friends and enjoy an evening of political banter where you can ask questions and get answers with Herman Cain. Read More»

Challenger baseball families ‘chip in’ for scholarship as season concludes at Peachtree City's ‘Field of Hope’

Hayden McCurdy, a participant in Peachtree City’s Challenger League baseball program, couldn’t help but grin in joy as she took a healthy cut on the field May 17, assisted by her grandfather Alan Walsh. The Challenger League plays on a special rubberized surface designed to be used by children of all various abilities, and the games offer an opportunity for many players to be helped by “buddies” and, as one supporter recently noted, “lead the league in fun.” Photo/Steve Geyer.

Peachtree City’s Challenger Baseball awarded a $1,000 scholarship to one of the league’s most beloved athletes. Challenger Baseball is a division of Peachtree City’s Little League specifically for children and teenagers who have special needs. At the end of each Challenger season, the “Sugar Award” is given to the athlete who displays good sportsmanship and inspiration for the other athletes. The “Sugar Award” is named after 17 year-old John Sugar who won the very first sportsmanship award.
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Dry summer ahead for Lake Peachtree

A view of Lake Peachtree taken June 7. Photo/Bonnie Hester.

The Peachtree City Council learned Thursday that the structural problems with the Lake Peachtree spillway extend further than the human eye can see. Read More»

PTC says OK to sidewalks in 3 new subdivisions

One of Peachtree City's few sidewalks, this one a state-mandated stretch alongside Ga. Highway 74 south of its intersection with Hwy. 54. On this sidewalk, only people are allowed, no golf carts. Photo/Bonnie Hester.

Three new subdivisions requesting to build sidewalks will get a go-ahead from Peachtree City, but only if a homeowner’s association is responsible for their maintenance. Read More»

Babytime is fun time at PTC Library

Babytime at the Peachtree City Library on Thursdays is a time for caregivers to expose their children to the wonder of stories that can be pulled off the shelf at any time.

At right, Babytime at the Peachtree City Library on Thursdays is a time for caregivers to expose their children to the wonder of stories that can be pulled off the shelf at any time.
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