Sunday, November 18, 2001

Home invasion nets $75,000

One of five suspects who recently robbed a Fayetteville couple of cash and jewelry during an armed robbery has been arrested.

New shopping, dining on the way

At least two new stores and a new restaurant for Fayetteville were discussed Tuesday night at the work session of the city's Planning and Zoning Commission.

Local artists share their visions at Fayette Society of Fine Arts exhibit

The Hollingsworth House was filled with water colors, oils and wooden sculptures as The Fayette Society of Fine Arts gave its first exhibit.

Sports items, vacation trips up for grabs at silent auction benefit Saturday in PTC

A silent auction and fashion show to benefit the Fayette County Council on Domestic Violence will be held Saturday at the Wyndham Peachtree Conference Center at 10:30 a.m.

PTC Development Authority may employ executive director, amphitheater director

With 39 employees under its belt, the Peachtree City Development Authority is considering the concept of hiring an executive director to handle its day-to-day operations.

Solution sought to accomodate ultra-light aircraft at Falcon Field

An increase in the number of ultra-light aircraft operating at Falcon Field has created safety concerns for airport officials.

FCHS's Ridgeway named Assistant Principal of Year for district

The Georgia Association of Secondary School Principals has named Lynn Ridgeway, of Fayette County High School, Assistant Principal of the Year for District G.

Police Blotter

In the world, not of the world

Our President Bush has, in my opinion, done a truly outstanding job during his days at the helm since the tragedies of 9-11. He with his leadership qualities has risen to the occasion and I am personally proud again, in the best since of the word, to be an American.

Thanksgiving makes us stop and count our blessings"

Richard M. DuVoss, one of the cofounders of Amway Corporation, told how he purposely rose early one morning to thank his garbage man for his services.

It doesn't get any better than this
Contributing Writer

We learned that her name was Eliza. She called him Dan.

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