Friday, May 25, 2001


Union City working to oust adult store

Union City residents want answers on how to get an adult bookstore out of their neighborhood.

Kenn pushes mitigation plan as answer to runway

The political posturing over a proposed fifth runway at Hartsfield International Airport revved up last week.

Group forming to oppose power plant

A loosely organized group of 15 residents is now starting to voice opposition toward a proposed power plant in their neighborhood.

Fairburn, Tyrone moving ahead on sewer deal despite Fayette protests

Fairburn officials are moving ahead with their plan to provide sewerage to Tyrone, despite objections from Fayette County.

Local city hoping for big returns from bike race

Sometime next spring, colorful bikes could be racing through Union City.

Landmark School may leave Fairburn

Landmark Christian School could be on the move from its Fairburn campus, but not anytime soon.

Landmark student is national champ

A student at Landmark Christian School in Fairburn is a state champion in the National Handwriting Contest, sponsored by Zane-Bloser, publisher of handwriting texts.

Banish summer boredom with books

Summer is a great time to catch up on your reading, and this summer the libraries around South Fulton will offer a summer reading program for all ages.

Arts center open house set

A two-day grand opening celebration June 7 and 9 will mark the debut of the Southwest Arts Center, the first Fulton County-owned venue built exclusively for the arts.

Career center opens

District 7 Commissioner William "Bill" Edwards will lead a ribbon-cutting at 11 a.m May 31 for Fulton County's first Comprehensive Career Center.


Junior tournament to be held at Tennis Center

The Peachtree City Tennis Center will present the 2001 Peach State Junior Tennis Classic this weekend, running through Monday.

Lazers offer soccer camp to benefit research hospital

The U-14 girls Georgia state champions, the 87 Lazers White from Peachtree City, will travel to Memphis, Tenn. in June for the Region III Soccer Tournament. Along with lots of extra practice and training sessions, the girls are also spending time raising money for the nationally recognized Memphis charity, St. Jude Hospital.

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