Friday, February 16, 2001


Community leaders hail new housing bond plan

Fulton County Commissioner Bill Edwards thinks a new day is breaking for affordable housing in Fulton County.

A little child held them.


Tina Eden remebers the feeling of absolute panic.

The South Fulton Chamber of Commerce is looking for a new president.

Birthday milestone provides opportunity to reflect on past and plan for futureby Fulton School Superintendent Stephen Dolinger


Residents in South Fulton now have an option to take their sick pets 24 hours a day.

Fulton County District 7 Commissioner William "Bill" Edwards will host a town hall meeting Tuesday, March 13 on environment and health issues in the district.

Following the theme "Building on a firm foundation," Fulton County school psychologists this week are sharing the wonders of books with students during Georgia School Psychology Week, Feb. 11-17.


Season ends for most local teams in region tournament

The regular season of basketball ended last weekend and on Monday a much harsher season began, the postseason. As long as you keep winning, you keep playing, but when you lose, the season is over.

PTC Flash has successful cross country season

The Peachtree City Flash cross-country program recently wrapped up a successful season. The team, which features local youth ages five to 14 years old, was directed by Bill Anderson and David Leonard with Rose Kempton serving as an assistant coach.

Soccer season begins with jamborees

Just as the winter season of high school athletics winds down, the spring season begins. The local high school soccer teams will play in jamborees this weekend and will begin their season next week.

Former McIntosh defender helps Saints to first winning season

The North Georgia College and State University women's soccer team had a successful season, thanks in part to a former McIntosh player.

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