Friday, January 26, 2001


Wife admits plot against husband

Courtney Duval Jacob flashed her wedding ring and a broad smile minutes before admitting that she tried to hire someone to kill her husband, Bobby Kimbrough Jr.

Apartments to open without traffic signal

The Summit Apartments will open without a traffic light off Ga. Highway 54 at MacDuff Parkway as originally planned.

City charter update to address roles of mayor, city manager

The role of the city clerk isn't the only significant item that will be addressed by the Peachtree City Council during its updating of the city charter.

Inverness subdivision approved for West Village area

A concept plan for the Inverness subdivision planned by John Wieland Homes for the West Village area of Peachtree City has been approved by the Planning Commission.

Job vacancies will likely absorb job cut at TDK Electronic Corp.

The elimination of 180 jobs at TDK Electronic Corporation in Peachtree City will likely be offset by a strong demand for jobs.

PTC police urge caution with scooters

The scooters that have become all the rage recently carry a potential inherent danger: the possibility of serious head injury if the rider doesn't wear a helmet.

Flag 'compromise' moving swiftly

A Senate vote on a new Georgia state flag could come as early as today, some observers predict.

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Annexation could be decided today

Today could be the day for South Fulton residents to learn if they will be annexed by Coweta County.

Coweta gets green grants

Coweta County was one of the big winners this week in the governor's green space program.

Runway opposition taking off

If the city of Atlanta wants to build a bigger runway for Hartsfield International Airport, it's going to have to pave over some fierce opposition from South Fulton residents.

Flag 'compromise' moving swiftly

A Senate vote on a new Georgia state flag could come as early as today, some observers predict.

EMC passes milestone

Deeming it a major milestone, Coweta-Fayette EMC president and CEO Michael Whiteside announced that the company sold over one billion kilowatt hours of electricity during 2000.


Basketball teams perform well in big games

The Starr's Mill basketball teams faced Henry County Tuesday night and the boys team lost a heartbreaker.

Wrestlers prepare for upcoming area meet with final matches of season

There is one week left before the area wrestling meets and all of the local high schools are trying to get their wrestlers ready.

Starr's Mill swimmers score a big win over Sandy Creek

The Starr's Mill Panthers swim team defeated cross-town rival Sandy Creek in a huge victory last Friday at the Kedron Aquatic Center. The boys team won 181-80, while the girls won 180-89.


The St. Paul Lutheran School volleyball team had an undefeated inaugural season, compiling a 4-0 record in its first year of competition with other schools. Members of the team include Ali Hunter, Danielle Johnson, Rachel Adams, Kirstin Massmann, Kristen Hohnadel, Briana Baraty, Marissa Glade, Meghann Pinter and Alecia Jefferson. The team is coached by Brenda Schilling, a fifth grade teacher at St. Paul Lutheran School.


People looking for leaders who consistently will demonstrate these 7 characteristics

A new government is in place in Washington and in many states and communities. How will the new leadership fare?

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