looking toward more commercial development
development may be taking a back seat to commercial development if plans
to revitalize the Fairburn downtown area come to fruition. Mayor Betty
Hannah and the City Council discussed future plans and projects at their
retreat last Friday.
Mill HS locked down after guns found in car; 3 arrested
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.
segment of parkway gets underway
Fulton County District
7 Commissioner William Bill Edwards will host a groundbreaking
for the completion of the South Fulton Parkway.
in Fulton County observe Black History Month with special celebrations
The month-long observance
honors the achievements and contributions made by African-Americans
to the nations economic, cultural, spiritual, and political development.
The celebration originated through the work of Dr. Carter Godwin Woodson,
who founded the Association for the Study of Negro Life and History.
Voters have many
ways to cast ballots for the March 2, 2004, Presidential Preference
Primary Election and Special State Flag Referendum: absentee by mail,
absentee in-person, and at the polls on election day.
exemption deadline is June 1
Tuesday, June 1,
2004 is the deadline for Fulton County homeowners to apply for their
$15,000 homestead exemption.
school application process underway
Ready or not, now
is the time for families to be researching their childrens education
options for next fall.
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.
Briefs Across Fulton County
Fulton senior citizens
can attend one of 15 Medicare information sessions in February to learn
how the new law affects their prescription drug costs.
and white fundraiser
The H.J.C. Bowden
Senior Multipurpose Facility will host its Eighth Annual Red-and-White
Fundraiser February 20.
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.
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