Friday, October 5, 2001


South Fulton to have two congressmen

U.S. Rep. John Lewis' 5th District, which includes part of South Fulton, remains relatively intact following redistricting, while a new 13th District hotly pursued by at least two Democratic heavyweights will encompass part of South Fulton as well.

Fairburn to celebrate heritage Saturday

Hundreds of fun-loving folks are expected to descend on Fairburn this weekend for one of the town's great traditions.

Williams: Power plant info delayed by 9/11 attacks

Curious residents in South Fulton and Fayette counties will have to wait a few more weeks before getting anymore information from the Williams Companies.

New school construction underway

Fulton County School System parents, community leaders, and administrators celebrated the construction of a new community elementary school inSouth Fulton this week.

Exchange program brings international teachers to Fulton

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.

Clean Water Campaign sets sights on storm water pollution prevention

When it rains, it pollutes.

Commissioner Webster calls it quits

Commissioner Karen Elaine Webster announced Tuesday that she will not seek a second term to the District 2, at-large seat on the Fulton County Board of Commissioners.


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.

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