Friday, November 10, 2000


Commission race narrowed to two

South Fulton voters will head to the polls Nov. 28 and make the final decision on who will be their county commissioner.

Palmetto stepped into the MARTA fray and voted Monday night not to extend the MARTA contract until a more equitable funding solution is found.

Palmetto will soon have a new church.

South Fulton has a state champion.

With a focus on "engaging the private sector," this year's national Smart Growth Conference, coming to Atlanta for the first time, will feature nationally renowned experts demonstrating smart growth strategies from around the country.

Shopping space slated for Old National

Two new stores are set for the Old National Shopping Village in College Park.

South Fulton tally from Tuesday's General Election

News Briefs

School honors business partners

Tri-Cities High School celebrated the success of its Partners and Education Program with a reception, entertainment and partnership signing ceremony Wednesday.


Lots to look forward to in final week of football season

The final week of the regular season is upon us.

Sandy Creek catcher signs with Georgia State

One thing that won't be weighing on the mind of the catcher for Sandy Creek's baseball team next spring is where he'll be going to college.

Belmont University gets a boost from state champs

Three former state champions in cross-country and track, two of whom are former Landmark Christian War Eagles, are making their marks on the collegiate athletic scene.

Championship at Senoia Speedway postponed until night

Mother Nature stuck it to Senoia Speedway last Saturday night for the third time of the season as rains moved in to cancel the first ever Super Bowl of Asphalt Champions presented by the speedway.

Catching bass with a pork and jig combo

During this time of year, there are many ways to catch bass. But there is one pattern that I use to catch the big bass.

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