Friday, April 20, 2001


Environmentalists want agencies to step in, study Line Creek water quality status

A local environmental group concerned about the water quality of Line Creek is seeking attention from agencies and elected officials at the state and federal levels.

DOT: Wal-Mart solution might be shorter 'auxililary' lane on Hwy. 54

The final piece to the puzzle paving the way for a Wal-Mart Superstore on Ga. Highway 54 West in Peachtree City is almost complete.

Nonprofit groups get break at airport

The Airport Authority has given itself some discretion to waive airport access fees to nonprofit groups.

Transit station talk abandoned to speed up West Village transportation study

With a June 1 deadline fast approaching, the task force studying the development of the West Village area has agreed to forget about a potential transit station at least temporarily.

Activities slated for Children's Week in PTC

Beginning Monday, Peachtree City will celebrate Children's Week along with several events designed to recognize local youths and their contributions to the community.

Spring start set for PTC playground

Construction on the first phase of a playground for physically disabled youths in Peachtree City should begin this spring, according to city officials.

McIntosh seniors take on PTC police Saturday to fund bulletproof vests

To help raise money for bulletproof vests, the Peachtree City Police Department will face off against the senior class at McIntosh High School in a charity softball game.

Police Blotter

FCT is looking for a cast for 'Annie'

Fayette Community Theatre, Inc. is searching for a young, talented miss to fill the role of Annie in its upcoming production of the Broadway musical "Annie."


Shopping center gets reluctantly approved

Coweta shoppers stand to get another shopping center as the Coweta County Commission reluctantly approved a commercial rezoning at the intersection of Ga. Highway 34 and Fischer Road Tuesday night.

Council ponders term changes

Senoia officials will soon be deciding on whether to raise salaries for elected officials and changing their terms to four years.

Senoia bridge to be named

Senoia's bridge on Rockaway Road will finally get a name.

Registration approaches

Kindergarten registration will be Saturday, April 28, from 8 a.m. to noon at each elementary school.

Republicans choose district leaders, eye elections

More than 230 Republicans gathered in Coweta County at Northgate High School Saturday to select the 3rd congressional District chairman.

Students honored at Ag Day

Local students Bradley Bright and Jessica Bright of Coweta County recently were honored at the Agriculture Day in Georgia ceremony at the state Capitol.


Soccer playoffs start this weekend

The soccer playoffs begin tonight and McIntosh and Starr's Mill's boys and girls are both back on the road to repeat as state champions, except this year the two schools stand in each other's way. It is also important not to discount the other teams from Region 4-AAAAA who will present obstacles as well.

Local racers continue to dominate at Senoia Speedway

Chad Caldwell was victorious for the first time this season as he dominated the Alan Vigil Southlake Ford 50 at Senoia Speedway last Saturday night. Caldwell is racing the number 5 in memory of his late father who wore this number on his basketball jersey all the way to the State Playoffs with East Coweta High School


Measuring success or failure: The numbers game we play in churches

"How many are you running in worship attendance these days?"

PTC Council's priorities: 'Nice' vs. 'Necessary'

"Note to Peachtree City Council: Take care of your basic responsibilities first.

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