Friday, December 14, 2001


MARTA plans cuts, sets hearings

MARTA's financial straits could translate into fewer transportation option for South Fulton residents.

Chamber working on making the grade for report card

By this time next year, businesses wanting to locate in South Fulton County can look at a report card of the community's schools.

Annexation, rezoning deferred

A proposed rezoning for 164 homes in Fairburn was deferred Monday after one City Council member complained about a lack of preparation time.

Fairburn planners seek more help

Fairburn's Planning Commission wants some help.

More toys needed for Helping Hands

Santa's helpers at the Fulton County Fire Department still need lots of toys to give away at the 12th annual Helping Hands Holiday Dinner, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Dec. 22.

Society celebrates 30 years of preserving history

The name Campbell County has been around since 1828.

State troopers on lookout during weekend patrols

The Georgia State Patrol is joining other law enforcement agencies in the United States and Canada this weekend for National Holiday Lifesaver Weekend.

Clean Air Campaign names new top leader

The Clean Air Campaign Thursday announced that an executive search to replace cofounder and outgoing director Lucy Smethurst has been completed.

Help offered to get the gas back on

AGL Resources Inc., at the request of the Georgia Department of Human Resources, will fund reconnection fees for natural gas customers DHR qualifies as eligible to receive low-income energy assistance funding.

Learn about the budget it's your money

It's December in Fulton County, and we all know what that means - football, family get togethers, and budget negotiations at the Fulton County Government Center.


Chiefs and Tigers sweep matches on Tuesday

McIntosh and Fayette County's girls and boys basketball teams did a lot of winning Tuesday night. It is a trend they would like to continue with some big games and Christmas tournaments looming in front of them.

Wrestling teams host or travel to tournaments this weekend

After battling through the South Metro Wrestling Invitational last weekend, the local high school wrestling teams will either host or head to several separate tournaments.

PTC Paddlers start indoor roll practice this weekend

The Peachtree City Paddlers have scheduled this winter's indoor roll practices.The first session is Sunday, Dec. 16, from 5:30 until 7 p.m. at the Kedron Aquatic Center in Peachtree City. Participants should bring a boat and arrive at 5:15 p.m. so the boats can be organized and carried into the building. You must be a current member of the Peachtree City Paddlers to take part, and the cost is $10 per family or $5 per person.

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