Friday, July 13, 2001


Power plant neighbors get organized

Residents in Fayette and South Fulton counties have joined forces to try and convince Williams Corporation to locate a proposed Fulton Energy Center somewhere else.

Power plant hearings delayed

Citizens eager to find out whether a power plant will be built in their backyards will have to wait until the early fall for an answer.

Apology cools rift between Kenn, Edwards

A letter from Fulton County Commission Chairman Mike Kenn that was printed in the South Fulton Citizen June 22 has caused political friction between Kenn and Commissioner Bill Edwards.

Union City eyes 300-acre annexation

Union City could grow dramatically if a proposed annexation receives the blessing of the Atlanta Regional Commission and the city's leaders.

School bells ring early this year

When school bells ring early in the Fulton County School System this year, school social workers want to make sure all school-aged children are there to hear them.

Fulton teachers honored for education excellence

Heather Lubeck inspires her Seaborn Lee Elementary School special education students to learn through engagement in the world around them.

World Airways lands major contract

Peachtree City's World Airways Inc. recently announced that it has signed a three-year contract with Pan Airlines Cargo to operate two DC10-30F aircraft, which will fly from Miami and Los Angeles to cities in Central and South America.

Fire station renovations completed

Recent construction renovations and additions to fire station 40 at Hartsfield Atlanta International Airport have transformed the facility into a spacious six-bay station featuring more than 18,000 square feet of space.

Emergency worker earns extra credentials

The Atlanta-Fulton County Emergency Management Agency recognized one of its own employees Wednesday as the first person in Georgia to receive a graduate degree in the field.


Tight points race at Senoia Speedway

There hasn't been much racing lately.

Many Bob Jones play in local golf tournament

Robert Tyre "Bobby" Jones is considered by many people to be the greatest amateur golfer ever, and the tournament named after him is coming to Fayette County.

Atlanta Falcons quarterback Michael Vick visits Sprint PCS store in Fayetteville

The Atlanta Falcons' newest superstar, Michael Vick, will be greeting fans and signing autographs at the Sprint PCS retail store in Fayetteville Wednesday, July 18 from 6-8 p.m.

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