Friday, May 21, 2004

Fairburn police chief told to clean up department


The unrest in the Fairburn Police department continues. City administrator Jim Williams recently announced that Police Chief Frederick Brown was told to clean up some of the problems in the department in 60 days.

County agrees to give Newnan more sales tax funds


The city of Newnan got a small windfall last week from the Coweta County Commission. County officials agreed to increase by $100,000 the amount the city would receive this year from sales tax funds.

Baseball Classic to benefit Children's Healthcare of Atlanta

A Palmetto resident is trying to make a difference in many folks' lives.

MHS senior dies in head-on collision Monday morning

A senior at McIntosh High School died Monday morning after her car collided head-on with a truck on Ga. Highway 16 in Coweta County, deputies said.

Housing Authority, Freddie Mac launch lease-purchase homeownership program

Fulton County District 7 Commissioner William "Bill" Edwards claspsed a victory handshake with Bettye Davis, Housing Authority of Fulton County (HAFC) Executive Director; and Vaughn Irons, Freddie Mac National Director of Community Development Lending following the announcement of the "Pathways to Homeownership" program, which allows qualified renters to lease for 39 months - and then own - a home.

Fulton commission creates public access TV channel

The Fulton County Board of Commissioners on Wednesday, April 21, 2004 created a "public access" cable TV channel and a board of directors to govern it.

Fulton schools "What Parents Want"

The Fulton County School System is again "What Parents Want," according to a national educational consulting and research firm. This is the 13th consecutive year that the system has received the "What Parents Want" Award from SchoolMatch, a research organization that helps corporate employee families find schools that match the needs of their children.

Reassessments to be mailed soon

Your latest reassessment will be mailed to you during the first week of May.

Landmark student signs with Lee

Landmark Christian School volleyball standout Katie Thornton signs letter of intent to play for Lee University. Katie transferred to Landmark her junior year from Nebraska.

CCSU places 15 in Who's Who

Fifteen Clayton State students have been selected for the Who's Who Among Students In American Universities and Colleges program.



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