Friday, March 30, 2001


Fulton regulates escort services

It will be a little more difficult to run a dating and escort service in Fulton County.

State Sen. Donzella James believes this year's General Assembly session will be remembered for a very long time.

The city of Fairburn keeps growing.

Victories for state Rep. Greg Hecht in the 2001 session of the General Assembly include the last-minute passage of an anticrime bill and approval of his Natural Gas Bill of Rights.

Commemorating the first Confederate national flag, which was first unfurled in Fairburn, the Lt. Gen. James Longstreet Camp 1289, Georgia Division, Sons of Confederate Veterans, celebrated the event last week with day-long services.

Fairburn's planned new wastewater treatment plant may be moving to a new location.

Landmark Christian School recently conducted its elementary science fair under the direction of science teachers Caren Peterson and Valerie Powell.

Georgia Insurance and Safety Fire Commissioner John W. Oxendine is urging Georgians to change the batteries in their smoke alarms at the same time they change their clocks when daylight saving time begins Sunday, April 1.

Fulton County Department of Parks and Recreation will host its annual egg hunt at 11 a.m. Saturday, April 7, in north and South Fulton.

Georgia Shakespeare Festival celebrates Shakespeare's birthday

It's going to be a busy year for shoppers this year.

Southside shoppers won't have to travel to New York City to shop tony stores along the Avenue anymore.


Soccer teams head into spring break

Starr's Mill boys defeated Stockbridge on Monday, 7-2, improving their overall record to 8-3 and their sub-region record to 5-0. The panthers led 3-0 at the half and got goals from Tim Fevella, Josh Vanderbush, Tim Murphy, Brandon Henry Erik Simonsen, Mike Hubbard and Brandon Adams. The Panthers were scheduled to travel to Walton on Thursday but the game may have been cancelled due to inclement weather. Starr's Mill will be off until April 11 when they host Lovejoy at 7:30 p.m.

Lazers are nationally ranked

The PTC U-14 Lazers girls soccer team (Georgia state champions) is now nationally ranked. After hosting a tournament of outstanding girls U-14 teams from around the country, the Lazers' performance gained them national recognition in two separate nationally recognized soccer ranking polls.

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