Sunday, October 7, 2001

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.

Southside master plan sent back to P&Z commission

Possible revision of Fayetteville's land use map for the proposed southside master plan is scheduled to be discussed at Tuesday's work session for the city's Planning and Zoning Commission, at 7 p.m. at City Hall.

Collins criticizes new map

U.S. Rep. Mac Collins, R-3rd, expressed displeasure with the new congressional district map approved Saturday by the Georgia Legislature.

Fville firefighters appreciate local support for drive

Fayetteville residents responded overwhelmingly to the recent boot drive firefighters conducted to help victims of the recent terrorist attack in New York, according to Fire Chief Alan Jones.

Spring Hill collects needed supplies for New York City fireme

Like millions of Americans in the wake of last week's terrorist attacks on New York City and Washington D.C., students at Spring Hill Elementary School are finding a way to lend their help and support to those who have been directly effected by the devastation.

N. Fayette utilizing new resources to help improve student performance

Some new changes at North Fayette Elementary are helping the school better meet the academic needs of the community it serves.

Police Blotter

Clergy Appreciation Month: A good opportunity to encourage
Religion Columnist

At the risk of sounding somewhat presumptuous to the church family I serve, I want to remind our area congregations that the annual Clergy Appreciation Month is upon us.

God's man for this hour

I received this e-mail the day after our President's speech Sept. 14. I believe this says it all for "God's man" being at the right place at the right time

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