Friday, June 22, 2001


Power plant will be subject of town hall meeting

South Fulton residents are hoping to get some answers Saturday to questions about a massive power plant planned for their neighborhood.

Clogged manhole blamed for sewage spill

Vandalism is being blamed for a sewage spill Monday that dumped more than 10,000 gallons of raw sewage into Camp Creek.

New school board districts being drawn

A possible outcome of the new U.S. Census figures is that Fulton County's Board of Education could increase from seven to nine members

Edwards: Trucking firm owes thousands in back taxes

If you owe taxes in Fulton County, you're going to pay them.

Arts center kicks off programs

Fulton County residents of all ages played the drums, made a quilt and celebrated creativity at an open house marking the debut of Fulton County's Southwest Arts Center.

Landmark pulls rezoning request

Early Wednesday morning, Landmark Christian School officials decided not to have their zoning application heard by the Tyrone Town Council.

Commissioners did the right thing on runway expansion

An article that ran a few weeks ago led with the headline "North pols decline to fight airport."

Fulton County infrastructure behind, not broken

Imagine how odd the following headlines would be: "Faucet works every day for two years straight." Or "Street repairs completed without a hitch; No one notices."


Late Model race increases prize for this weekend

Tyrone's Scott Griffin took the lead from Roger Delp on the fourth lap in what would be the only challenge for the win of the caution-free Alan Vigil Southlake Ford 50 Pro Late Model feature at Senoia Speedway Saturday night.

PTC Flash coaches set a good example on the track

Coach Harold Lovett and Assistant Sprinter Coach Al Gibbs from PTC Flash track and field team won their heats in the 200m, 400m, and 800m at the ATC Masters Track and Field Meet June 9 at Emory University.

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