Friday, October 5, 2001


PTC council candidates to face the music at Rotary event Tuesday night

Peachtree City voters will have a chance to grill candidates for the upcoming city election Tuesday night at a meet the candidates forum hosted by the local Rotary Club.

PTC Planning Commission to study development plan review process

The Peachtree City Planning Commission will begin taking a look in the mirror, so to speak, at its regular meeting Monday night.

Local residents to walk 60 miles for breast cancer research

A number of local residents will be walking this weekend to help raise money for breast cancer research.

Student pilot admits to buzzing fairgrounds; judge takes license

The 16-year-old student pilot accused of "buzzing" the Fayette County Kiwanis Fair last week entered the equivalent of a guilty plea in juvenile court yesterday to several related misdemeanor charges.

Complaints about AT&T Broadband cable in PTC result in changes at local office

Peachtree City customers of AT&T Broadband are now able to walk in to the local office to get service instead of calling one of the company's service numbers.

Group VI only bidder for new WASA administration building

Only one company has submitted a bid to build a new administration building for the Peachtree City Water and Sewer Authority.

PTC seeks volunteers for recreation, sewer authority service

Peachtree City is accepting applications for seats on the Recreation Commission and the Water and Sewerage Authority.

Police Blotter


County votes to cut tax rate

The Coweta County Commission decided to give residents a little bit of a tax break Tuesday.

Planter dispute causing heartburn

Will Senoia ever see new brick planters on Main Street?

Schools lend a helping hand

Since Sept. 11, students and teachers all across Coweta County have sought ways to express their sorrow, their determination to help their fellow citizens, and their patriotism.

County gets new congressional districts

It looks like Coweta County will end up with two congressional representatives.

County changes purchasing policy

Coweta County's growth may cause another department added to the county's government.

Senoia candidates forum opens political season

A curious crowd of onlookers packed the Senoia Senior Center Wednesday to listen to some of Senoia's candidates for mayor and council.

Senoia gallery stages photo opening

Highfire Gallery, Original Art and Custom Framing, 35 minutes south of Atlanta in Senoia, will have a public reception from 2-5 p.m. Oct. 14 at 24 Main St., Senoia to introduce new black and white images by photographer Anne Ledbetter of Smyrna, Ga.


Local teams face tough tests

The nights are getting cooler and it is being hailed by some as "perfect football weather." Not only is the weather perfect but some of this weekend's match-ups should be outstanding.

Local cross country squads run well at LaGrange

Several local schools competed in the LaGrange Cross Country Invitational last weekend and did well.

Fayette County close to capturing area softball championship

The Fayette County Lady Tiger fast pitch softball team is one step away from winning the area championship. The Lady Tigers defeated Stockbridge, 6-0 on Wednesday night on another stellar performance from Bonnie Bynum. The pitcher recorded 15 strikeouts and gave up two hits in the win. Pamela O'Neal and Katie Gaspierik had two RBIs each while Ashley Logan and Becky Carder drove in one run a piece. The Tigers played the winner of the Stockbridge/Eagle's Landing game yesterday.

Sports Calendar


Knowing the difference between preaching and just telling the truth

Several years ago, I attended a week-long spiritual and teaching retreat known as "Camp Farthest Out," or CFO, in Toccoa, Ga. Reverend David Cooper, who would eventually go on to be senior pastor at Atlanta's Mount Paran Church of God, was also in attendance.

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