Friday, May 11, 2001


Power plant company pays $8 million settlement in California

The company that wants to build a massive power plant near Fairburn was recently in the cross hairs in the California energy crisis.

Massive development brewing just south of here

Secrets could finally be revealed at a June 12 public hearing on the zoning for Coweta County's megasite.

Domestic partner issues may face Fulton board

DeKalb County's approval of domestic partners benefits for its employees may wind up setting off a chain reaction in Fulton County.

Autumn Hill is Landmark's STAR

Landmark Christian School senior Autumn Hill has been named the STAR student of the senior class of 2001.

School board adopts budget goals

Working to align the 2001-02 budget with Fulton County School System goals, the Board of Education has identified four "strategic imperatives" to guide decision making during its FY2002 budget development.

Lt. governor to speak

Lt. Gov. Mark Taylor is the guest speaker at this month's Fulton Industrial Business Association meeting, Wednesday, May 16 at the Comfort Inn-Six Flags, just off Fulton Industrial Boulevard at Interstate 20.

Local resident's novel published

Union City resident Betty Oglesby Payne has just had her first novel published by NewSouth Books.


McIntosh boys and girls tennis heads to state semifinals

The McIntosh boys and girls tennis teams have made the state semifinals, after winning quarterfinal matches held recently at the Peachtree City tennis Center.

Soccer teams advance to quarterfinals this Friday and Saturday

Fayette and Coweta County is representing itself very well in the AAAAA boys and girls state soccer tournaments. There are eight teams left, vying for a state title. In the girls bracket, four of the final eight are from Region 4-AAAAA, while the boys have three of the final eight. Should all of our local teams win their games this weekend, there will be regional rematches next week.

Peachtree City Tennis Center announces ALTA division winners

The Peachtree City Tennis Center recently held playoffs for its ALTA teams.

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