Mill HS locked down after guns found in car; 3 arrested
An unfamiliar face
spotted by two Starrs Mill High School administrators led to a
brief school security lockdown after two guns were found in an illegally
parked vehicle on the bus loop, officials said.
done a bad thing
Four Peachtree City
public works employees, including the top two managers, have resigned
in the wake of a criminal investigation into wrongdoing at the agency.
backtracks on evolution stance
A national tide
of criticism and ridicule directed toward Kathy Cox after she suggested
omitting the word evolution from Georgias new biology
curriculum apparently took its toll by midweek.
set for Feb. 24 in Target suit
The lawsuit brought
against Peachtree City by a developer wanting to bring a Target and
other stores to Kedron Village finally gets its day in court Feb. 24.
in parts accountability with PTC record keeping
Peachtree City was
on notice of a flaw in its vehicle management system that did not provide
accountability in parts usage and inventory, according to a report from
a consultant hired by the city a year ago.
vote expected today on golf cart bill
golf cart legislation was scheduled today to go to the floor of the
State Senate for a formal and final vote, Sen. Mitch Seabaugh
of Sharpsburg said Thursday.
system facing lean times
During its retreat
last weekend, the Coweta County Board of Education got the gloomy forecast
for the upcoming budget year.
settles 911 situation with Senoia
After several years
of deadlines and ultimatums, it appears the city of Senoia and Coweta
County have settled their squabble over use of the 911 system.
may create medical examiners office
Could Coweta County
soon have its own Quincy?
board could approve district lines Tuesday
The new elementary
school in Grantville could have its boundaries drawn Tuesday night.
Saturday coming back to FCHS
Would you know what
to do if a friend of family member had a heart attack? If you cant
answer yes to this important question with confidence, CPR Saturday
is an event you wont want to miss. You can learn the life-saving
skills of Adult CPR and know that can make a difference between life
and death when every second counts.
drive collects over 2,300 bags for foster children
More than 2,300
new suitcases and carrying bags were collected on Martin Luther King
Jr. Day during Totes for Tots, a volunteer event launched
by Georgia Cancer Specialists to benefit area foster children.
Car 101 now offered at CCSU
Have you ever just
wanted to take a course for the fun of it? Well, watch out race fans,
Clayton College & State University announces the beginning of what
could turn out to be the most fun on four wheels that the Division of
Continuing Education has ever offered.
While the guys are
playing PGA Tour tournament golf in sunny and warm Phoenix, here in
Georgia, as is the case with most of the country, the harsh elements
of winter keep all but the most dedicated of players inside putting
on the carpet.
show degrading to everyone involved
Like millions of
Americans, I hurried home on Sunday evening to catch the Super Bowl
on television. I dont watch sports nearly as much as I once did,
but I still have a soft spot in my heart for the mother of all
bowl games. I even remember who won Super Bowl I and Super Bowl
II. The Green Bay Packers, under Coach Vince Lombardi, won both times,
defeating Kansas City 35-10 in 1967 and crushing Oakland 33-14 the following
are people, too
Fayette County Fire & Emergency Services
a dog person ... have been all my life. I come from a long line of dog
people. My dad, he was a dog person, his father was a dog person and
his father before him. So its no surprise that The Boy is a dog
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