Friday, November 23, 2001


Hearing next week in sewer suit

A hearing has been set in the current battle between Fayette County and the towns of Tyrone and Fairburn over sewer service.

Residents voice their opinions about MARTA

Last week's meeting with MARTA officials gave Fulton County Commissioner Bill Edwards an overview of the community's feelings toward the transportation agency.

Edwards helps broker neighborhood dispute

Fulton County District 7 Commissioner William "Bill" Edwards successfully urged last-ditch negotiations that freed a church-community deadlock, leading to a 5-0 Fulton Commission vote allowing World Changers Ministries to build a parking lot in South Fulton.

Cities get ready to usher in the holidays

It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas in South Fulton.

'Green power' will soon be available to Fulton residents

Some of Fayette's energy consumers will soon be the first to purchase "green" electricity through a new energy cooperative formed by 13 of the state's electric membership corporations.

Big trade show headed for College Park

Penton Media, a diversified business media company, has repositioned and renamed its key supply chain-related conference and exhibition from Supply Chain Expo to Supply Chain & Logistics to emphasize the critical role logistics plays in supply chain management.


Braelinn Elementary students running to Ground Zero

Coach Ed Craver teaches physical education at Braelinn Elementary School. He likes to see students being active during gym class and during recess. Up until a few weeks ago there were too many kids sitting out of games during recess and just hanging around. Now, they are running with a purpose and a set destination in mind: Ground Zero in New York City.

State football playoffs begin tonight

The high school football state playoffs begin tonight and all of the local teams in the playoffs will be playing at home.

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