Friday, January 26, 2001


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

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

Drive along South Fulton Parkway and you are just amazed at the open land.

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

Fairburn officials decided Monday night to get a little tougher on unsafe building.

Fairburn put the clamps down a little harder on outdoor burning Monday night, but wants residents to know they can still burn their leaves.

Although this year's term of the Georgia General Assembly is just underway, Sen. Donzella James, D-College Park, has already been quite busy.

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

Several students from Tri-Cities and North Springs high schools will experience the thrill of hearing their original musical compositions performed live at Atlanta Symphony Hall Friday, Feb. 2 at 10:30 a.m.

Like many state government officials, newly elected student leaders from McClarin High School recently took their oaths of office at the Capitol Rotunda in downtown Atlanta.



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.

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