to retailer: Take down God Bless America sign
moving on Hwy. 54 West development
begin within a few weeks on three commercial structures already approved
along Ga. Highway 54 West, now that the Peachtree City Council has given
its formal endorsement to a new set of design guidelines for the future
of the corridor.
of enthusiasm kills Browns annexation idea
As quickly as Donald
Brandenburg could utter the words, What do I need to do to proceed
with de-annexation? the idea of Peachtree City incorporating nearly
200 acres of county land along Ebenezer Road was dead.
in north Fayette chase still at large
A suspect who led
a Fayette County sheriffs deputy on a brief chase late Wednesday
morning is still at large, although officials believe they have positively
identified the man.
may drop Crown Andersen over report delays
Nasdaq will discontinue
its stock listing for Peachtree City-based Crown Andersen (CRAN) starting
Monday because of further delays in sumitting 2003 reports required
by the Securities and Exchange Commission, the Atlanta Business Chronicle
Padovano twins named ambassadors for March of Dimes
Gerry and Natalie
Padovano of Fayetteville havent been part of a reality TV show,
but they survived a real-life drama when twins Joshua and Emma were
born 13 weeks early last year.
Cass Poolman submitted
her name in consideration for the office managers position at
the Frederick Brown Jr. Amphitheater, but withdrew before Tuesdays
interviews were conducted, said City Manager Bernard McMullen.
to retailer: Take down your God Bless America sign
sets two weeks for cities to get radio service resolved
A dispute that has
lasted a decade may finally be coming to an end.
whole new world for Senoias library
came a little late this year for the Senoia Library, but the wait was
and driving program being piloted at school system
unique program that aims to stop drinking and driving for teenagers
will have its first class in Georgia at Smokey Road Middle School.
concert set for Jan. 31
Auditorium has been renamed The Charles Wadsworth Auditorium
in recognition of the annual benefit concerts Wadsworth has held there
to raise funds for the renovation of the building to make it a suitable
venue for artistic performances and other community uses.
in-kind donations urgently needed for special baseball field
of the Fayette Field of Hope are looking particularly for cash donations
to finish the project, there are a few projects where in-kind donations
could help the cause, organizers say.
continues for Coxs Student Advisory Council
The work continues
for 35 Georgia high school students taking part in the new Student Advisory
Council established by State Superintendent of Schools Kathy Cox.
encourages electronic filing
As Georgia taxpayers
begin preparation for filing their 2003 income tax returns, the Georgia
Department of Revenue is again encouraging everyone to file electronically.
League gearing up for 2004
registration time already here, Peachtree City Little League officials
are looking at a few changes in this seasons program to better
serve the players and their parents.
for firefighters and victims
I awakened suddenly
as the urgent ringing of telephone rudely interrupted my peaceful slumber
at about 5:30 a.m. on that cold, dreary day. As a law enforcement chaplain,
I am often called to the scene of tragedies and this was one of those
calls. I quickly dressed and stepped out into the drizzling rain which
had fallen throughout the night. The temperature was a bone-chilling
33 degrees, just one degree above snowfall. I started the nearly frozen
automobile, wrapped my heavy coat around me, pulled on my gloves, stuck
a seldom-worn hat on my head and drove into the blackness of the night
that had, so far, refused to yield to the coming dawn.
Fayette County Fire & Emergency Services
hear voices. Okay, just one voice, but Im sure some of you hear
it too. You know, that little voice in your head that lets you know
youre about to do something thats gonna get you into a lot
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