Friday, June 8, 2001

Judge to Tyrone: rezone land for commercial use

The Tyrone Town Council has been ordered to rezone more than 74 acres bordering Ga. Highway 74 and Tyrone Road for unrestricted commercial use.

PTC neighborhood shocked by tragic Ohio accident that killed wife, twin daughters

Though in their early 40s, Gary and Nancy Hinkle were ecstatic about adopting their three-year-old twin girls just after they were born.

Small home fire leads to arrest of three youths

Three juveniles have been arrested for arson after setting a small fire in a vacant house in Peachtree City early Friday evening.

McIntosh sixth at Science Olympiad

The McIntosh High School Science Olympiad team took sixth place at the national Science Olympiad competition May 19 in Colorado Springs.

PTC Planning Commission will consider four rezoning requests

In addition to usual business scheduled for the regular meeting Monday night, the Peachtree City Planning Commission will hold four public hearings for rezoning requests.

NAACP meeting this weekend

The Fayette County Branch of the NAACP will hold its regular monthly meeting Saturday June 9, at 4 p.m.

Volunteers sought for playground construction

Volunteers are being sought to help build the first phase of the Luther Holt Memorial All Children's Playground in Peachtree City.

'Light the Night' set for Sept. 22 in Peachtree City

Organizers of a local fund-raiser for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society are seeking the participation of corporate teams.

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Megasite plan withdrawn

The public hearing on a project that could have impacted the entire south side has been postponed.

City reverses Rockaway zoning decision

After nearly two years of court cases and zoning votes, developer Steve Entrekin will be able to build homes on Rockaway Road in Senoia.

County gets ready to connect to Atlanta water

Coweta's water users should not have to worry about a lack of water this summer.

Grantville festival is this weekend.

With puppet shows, a Bingo bonanza, live auction, street dance and much more, the June 9 Grantville Day celebration is truly a day for the entire family. The festivities kick off at 10 a.m. with the downtown festival featuring arts and crafts, a wide variety of food, folk art, face painting, pony rides, leather goods, jewelry and the Grantville Senior Center Quilt and Craft Fair.

County questions emergency funds for Solicitor

The Coweta County Commission wants more information before it accepts any emergency funds from the governor.

First Baptist is on the move

Senoia's historic First Baptist Church will be moving to the town's western border.

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