Friday, July 20, 2001


Proposed law: No booze with nudes

Fulton County commissioners could vote in less than a month to prohibit alcoholic beverage sales at any adult entertainment businesses.

Duncan Park indanger of closing?

Could Fairburn's Duncan Park be closed?

Commission denies benefits for same sex partners

The Fulton County Commission defeated a proposal to extend benefits to domestic partners Wednesday, but Commissioner Bill Edwards said he believes the issue will come back to the board at a later date.

Rico to get youth home despite protests

Residents of the Rico community will soon have a juvenile home in their community.

Fairburn wants new homes to match the old

Fairburn officials would like to see new development in subdivisions closely resemble the existing development.

Fulton students to learn from 40 foreign teachers

Students in Fulton County will have even more opportunities to learn about the world this school year thanks to the district hosting more than 80 international exchange teachers.

School board approves personnel changes

The Fulton County Board of Education conducted a called meeting via teleconference Wednesday with all members participating.

Teens seek mantle of excellence

Thirty South Fulton County females selected for mentoring in the second year of the Georgia Teen of Excellence program will be congratulated at a kickoff banquet, 7 p.m next Tuesday.

Course offered for Latino food-servers

Spanish-speaking food service employees are encouraged to sign up for higiene en el servicio de alimento (hygiene in food service), a course offered by the Georgia Cooperative Extension Service.


Big Senoia field provides plenty of action

Saturday's night's field of almost 100 race cars packed a standing-room-only pit area at Senoia Speedway and provided a huge crowd of spectators with exciting door-to-door, fender-to-fender action in every racing division.

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