Friday, April 6, 2001


High-speed chase through PTC ends with crash

A high-speed pursuit through west Peachtree City last week ended with a crash that may have left a Fayetteville teen permanently paralyzed.

Task force discusses possible transit station

The possible location for a future commuter rail/bus station in Peachtree City has caused a task force studying development of the West Village area to get a little off track.

PTC council to convene workshop to discuss services of city clerk

The Peachtree City Council will hold a workshop Monday night at 6 p.m. at the city's library to discuss the scope of services needed from the city clerk's position.

Bonds for city projects have been proposed before

The idea of using a bond issue to help fund projects for Peachtree City isn't a new idea.

Taxiway easement dispute leads to altercation after PTC meeting

A dispute over plans to develop property adjacent to Falcon Field in Peachtree City nearly turned into parking-lot fisticuffs after last week's Planning Commission meeting, according to a police report.

PTC Heritage Committee hosts GA Department of Archives Conservator

The Peachtree City Historic Preservation Committee, recognizing the importance of preserving historical documents and sites, invited an expert to advise them.

Crabapple Lane rezoning okayed by PTC Council

The Peachtree City Council has approved a rezoning for a subdivision off Crabapple Lane that will include 45 homes.

Blaze destroying golf club restroom may have been set

A restroom facility located near the 6th tee at Braelinn Golf Club was destroyed by a fire early Sunday morning.

Police Blotter

Offshoot presents a different kind of play

Offshoot Products' April 2001 show is a stimulating mix of music and stories from around the worldion.

Ronaldo-Baby dances for the March of Dimes

The King of Polyester is ready to dance, gyrate and boogie. The overload of hormones has produced a fanatical desire to dance and an unexpected baby AGAIN!


Mayor disputes bribe charges

After the smoke had cleared on three rezonings in Senoia, Mayor Joan Trammell let the residents and councilmen know exactly where she stood.

Council turns down more development

Senoia's rapid development came to a screeching halt Monday night when the City Council voted down three rezoning requests for new subdivisions.

DOT sweetens tax vote

Senoia's rapid development came to a screeching halt Monday night when the City Council voted down three rezoning requests for new subdivisions.

County, city agree on spray fields

In a stark contrast from a year ago, Coweta County and the city of Senoia are getting along just swimmingly.

County gets state grant for greenspace

Coweta County is moving forward in preserving some of the county's green space.


Top girls high school teams come to Peachtree City next week

Residents of Fayette County have always enjoyed great soccer being played in the area. Last year saw four local high schools capture state championships and all four schools are in the hunt again.

Chiefs tame Panthers on local tennis courts

The McIntosh boys and girls tennis team had a busy schedule before going on spring break.

Panthers run well in preparation of big meets

The Starr's Mill Panthers boys and girls track team hosted Eagle's Landing and Morrow last Wednesday.


The annual booze-sex rite of spring break: How can parents be so naive?

The newspapers headlines announced the tragic news. A young man from the Atlanta area, an 18-year-old still in high school, was killed on spring break as a result of a fall from a hotel balcony. A further reading of the article revealed that the teenager was climbing on the balcony to avoid a hotel security officer. Police at the city by the beach said that alcohol was a factor.

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