Friday, February 9, 2001


Charter school eyes South Fulton

South Fulton County could soon see a unique charter school established that would offer parents and students a choice in their education options.

Within the next few days if you're driving in or around Fairburn, you may encounter a herd of 57 goats following a bearded man wearing a white jacket and using a six-foot length of PVC pipe as a shepherd's staff.


Last weekend, Fulton County Commissioner Bill Edwards, along with local weather icon Guy Sharpe, attended the groundbreaking for a new chapel and welcome-administrative center at Christian City in Union City.

Fulton County wants to get serious about redevelopment in Red Oak.

Sen. Donzella James has been a busy woman this session.


Now that Georgia's flag controversy is history, it's "on to more important matters," says Sen. Greg Hecht.

The pace has taken its toll on Fulton County Commissioner Bill Edwards.

Fulton County 7th District Commissioner William "Bill" Edwards will host a community meeting on economic development in South Fulton.

South side residents have a new choice for their car shopping needs. Don Jackson has just opened his third dealership in the Atlanta area.

Housing Authority of Fulton County officials will conduct a news conference Monday, to announce $100 million in bond financing for developers to build homes throughout Fulton County.

Following the theme "Building on a firm foundation," Fulton County school psychologists build strong reading foundations by sharing the wonders of books with students during Georgia School Psychology Week Feb. 11-17.


Area wrestlers head to state meets

The area wrestling meets were held over the weekend and many of the local wrestlers did well enough to advance to the state meet. Starr's Mill and East Coweta will be sending their entire squads to compete for the title, while other schools will send wrestlers seeking individual glory.

One game left in regular season for local basketball teams

The regular season of high school basketball is nearing its end.

Booth Warriors finish season at 11-1

Teams that came up against the Booth boys basketball team this season know that the Warriors come out to play.

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