Friday, September 21, 2001


It's back to business in South Fulton, but not as usual

South Fulton residents got back to business this week, but the terrible tragedy that gripped the nation last week had a ripple affect throughout the region.

Residents press Edwards on power plant promise

A South Fulton advocacy group is urging Commissioner Bill Edwards to ask for a more complete environmental study from Williams Companies.

Governor visits Fairburn to sell home program

Gov. Roy Barnes came to South Fulton this weekend to introduce a new program for first-time home buyers.

South Fulton cities set elections

It will be a busy election season this fall in South Fulton County with all three cities conducting municipal elections.

Local youths earn scholarships

Five South Fulton residents have won $500 college scholarships for 2001-2002 from South Fulton Dollars for Scholars Inc.

Schools, sponsors honor educators, workers

Fulton County School System employees, along with award-winning business partners, travel to Hero City, (Atlanta Hilton and Towers) today for an awards luncheon designed to honor outstanding teachers, employees and partnership heroes of the year.

Local investment firm urges caution and calm

Monday's 684-point drop of the Dow Jones Industrial Average left more than a few people scrambling to try and find good investment advice.

Coweta SPLOST passes easily

Palmetto will get its hoped-for road improvements now that Coweta County voters have approved a new sales tax.

Tenet names new CEO

The board of trustees of Atlanta Medical Center named William Moore as chief executive officer and president of Atlanta Medical Center.


Busy week and weekend for high school sports teams

The high school athletic schedule resumed this week. Last week's cancelled games will be made up at the end of the season.

PTC Classic road race needs volunteers

The Peachtree City Classic Road race needs volunteers to help stage another successful event this year. "We simply couldn't do it without the volunteers who help out every year," said Volunteer Director Teri Besch. "They are crucial to our success."

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