Sunday, November 11, 2001

City Council unchanged after election

The Fayetteville City Council will have its same members back on board when it convenes in January to begin the 2002 term.

County mum on tax equity strategy

Fayette County officials were holding their cards close to the vest Friday in the ongoing tax equity dispute with Fayetteville, Peachtree City and Tyrone.

Tyrone boy, driver killed in train collision

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.

Men's Day recognized at Flat Rock AME

"Saying I am a Christian," said the chairman of the board at Flat Rock A. M. E. Church, "is not shouting 'I am saved' nor saying I may not stumble or that I claim to be perfect or that I do not have my share of heartaches. I am not saying I am a Christian to judge, because I have no authority. I only know that I am loved."

Students make memorial quilt

A social studies project aimed at helping students learn about the different states of the United States is now serving a dual purpose.

Outdoor burning banned due to dry weather, danger

An outdoor burn ban has been implemented for Peachtree City and unincorporated Fayette County, including Brooks, Woolsey and Tyrone.

Police Blotter

When God crawls under the bed

This story seems to fit our lives and our world right now.

Billy Graham's daughter

When I see good things in writing, I want to pass them on. This is worth reading and is so true.

Enough with 'things' already
Contributing Writer

I can't take it any longer! If I hear one more politician, media professional, business owner or stock market analyst tell me to go shopping, I think I may scream.

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