Friday, November 9, 2001


Fulton officials make a clean sweep on Fulton Industrial

Fulton County Commissioner Bill Edwards says he is determined to clean up Fulton Industrial Boulevard.

Incumbents returned to office

It was a big night for incumbents Tuesday night in three municipal elections in South Fulton County.

Wolf Creek falls silent

Residents wanting to hone their shooting skills at a former Olympic venue in South Fulton County found the gates locked Tuesday.

Parking lot approved for World Changers

God played the final mediator Wednesday in a zoning dispute between World Changers Ministries and residents surrounding the church.

Two killed in train collision Tuesday night

A collision between a minivan and a train in Tyrone Tuesday night has claimed the lives of a 6-year-old Tyrone boy and a 22-year-old Morrow man.

Fulton offers seniors a low-cost Thanksgiving

Senior citizens can get a low-cost Thanksgiving meal during special luncheons at Fulton County's north, central and south senior activity facilities in November.

Medical Assisting Club collecting toys for local children

Clayton College & State University's School of Technology's Medical Assisting Club has started collecting new toys for boys and girls from four months to 16 years old.

Night School registration underway in Fulton County schools

McClarin High in South Fulton and Independence High in North Fulton are offering nine-week night classes. Registration is now underway for classes that begin Nov. 12.

St. John AME church will host Thanksgiving event

The South Atlanta District Lay Organization of the African America Episcopal Church will have its Thanksgiving program Sunday, Nov. 18, at 3 p.m., at St. John AME Church in Fairburn.

Can-A-Thon is around the corner

The Newnan Junior Service League is once again teaming up with the Newnan Food Pantry to bring holiday cheer to the county's families in need.


Football season nears final week

The regular season of high school football was scheduled to end tonight, but there will be one more week next week, due to games that were postponed after September 11.

Ladies Fall League at Tennis Center ends

The Ladies Fall League at the Peachtree City Tennis Center recently wrapped up. In the 'A' division, Cher Breward's team came in first place, while Patty DeMasi's team finished in second place. Other captains in the 'A' league were Karen Horlak, Cathy Fralish, Karla Cassels and Jennie Gelinas.

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