Sunday, December 2, 2001

City planning $2.25 million bond program

Fayetteville officials are making plans to arrange approximately $2.25 million in bond financing for the proposed amphitheater and other downtown improvements.

Rezoning request rejected by Fayetteville P&Z

A request by the developers of Fayette Promenade for a planned mixed-use development on the east side of that project was rejected Tuesday by the Fayetteville Planning and Zoning Commission.


In the Rev. Dr. David Chancey's Nov. 18 column, the name of the cofounder and chairman of Amway Corp. was spelled incorrectly. The correct spelling is Richard M. DeVos Sr.

Project Patriot marches into area businesses

Fifth-grade art students at Spring Hill Elementary School are expressing their support of the terrorist victims and their families through patriotic scenes on display at Fayetteville businesses.

Sewer fight continues as home buyers wait

While prospective home buyers in a Tyrone subdivision are packing their belongings and preparing to move in, lawyers and a Fulton County judge are still trying to determine whether they'll be able to use the bathrooms.

Brown next PTC mayor after clean sweep in runoff election; Weed chosen for council

Just over 5,000 Peachtree City residents spoke up at the polls Tuesday, electing planning activist Steve Brown as the city's next mayor and municipal attorney Murray Weed over incumbent Carol Fritz.

Amphitheater survey in: 99 percent plan to get tickets in 2000

The results of the annual survey of patrons at the Frederick Brown Jr. Amphitheater in Peachtree City are in

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When Christmas becomes a struggle
Religion Columnist

Chestnuts roasting, sleigh bells ringing, children smiling, choirs singing, tree lights gleaming ­ with all the excitement of joy to the world, who could possibly be heavy-hearted this Christmas? Christmas is a great time, isn't it?

What's in a name?

Back in Biblical times it was customary for the husband to decide on a baby's name. In the olden days men made all the important decisions, and today we still do. They are the "big picture" decisions like whether to send troops to this country, or whether or not to send aid here or there, or how to fathom the depths of outer space and the ocean.

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