Friday, April 20, 2001


Huge power plant eyed for South Fulton site

One of the nation's largest companies is proposing to build a massive power plant in South Fulton County.

In addition to worrying about the pollen this spring, many Fulton County homeowners will also be looking at increased home values and wondering if taxes will be higher.

Dignitaries this week broke ground for the first phase of a fifth runway which proponents say will help ease traffic delays at Hartsfield International Airport.

One of South Fulton's oldest health providers got healthier Monday.

The Fulton County Board of Education was one of 23 school boards across the country to receive the National School Boards Association's Magna Award.


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.

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