Vein disorders and leg health

Research shows that 86 percent of Americans will at one time have some sort of Vein disease resulting in billions of dollars of medical costs and lost productivity. By age 50, 67 percent of women and 50 percent of men will have developed varicose veins. Symptoms of vein disorders include limb distress such as aching, […]

Kemp to address Fayette County Republicans

Brian Kemp, Georgia Secretary of State, will be the guest speaker at the Fayette County Republican Party’s First Saturday breakfast in April. Secretary Kemp is a life-long Athens resident who served in the Georgia Senate from 2002-2006. He was appointed Secretary of State in January when Karen Handel resigned to concentrate on her campaign for governor. The Georgia Secretary of State’s office […]

PTC Kiwanis recognizes McIntosh students

Two McIntosh High School seniors were recently recognized as Technical Career Students of the Month by the Kiwanis Club of Peachtree City. Faculty members recommend students for the honor based on their exceptional classroom performance. Family members were also present for the award presentations at a special breakfast meeting. Aarun Aslam was selected for the […]

Whitewater Middle honors Geography Bee participants

Whitewater Middle School is very proud of their Geography Bee participants and winners. In the back row are Ryan May 3rd place, Mary Ramsaier 2nd place, Tucker Sweat, Rebecca Gullickson, first place, Miranda Mize and Christopher Castro. In the front row are Katie Kirkland, and Michelle Ni. Photo/Special.

BarlowGirl tonight in PTC

On the heels of their long anticipated tour, BarlowGirl is back in Peachtree City for one night only.     104.7 The Fish presents “The Love and War Tour starring BarlowGirl with special guests Stellar Kart and Vota.”  tonight at the Frederick Brown Jr. Amphitheater. Doors open at 6 p.m., concert starts at 6:30 p.m.. […]

Piedmont Fayette adopts latest surgery technology

Piedmont Fayette Hospital is now providing surgeons with the most advanced da Vinci Surgical System available, enabling them to perform minimally invasive robotic surgery. The dual-console system allows up to two surgeons to perform complex procedures using an approach that may result in less scarring and faster recovery times for patients. Many surgical procedures performed […]

Clean Air Campaign recognizes Christian City

Christian City’s President/CEO Bob Crutchfield accepted a Silver Level Partnership award by The Clean Air Campaign and Governor Sonny Perdue. The award was granted to show appreciation for Christian City’s continued participation and support of their programs. The Clean Air Campaign is a not-for-profit organization that motivates Georgians in the work place by encouraging employees […]

Mr. Harvey Jackson “Jack” Bramlett, Jr., 91, of Hampton

Mr. Harvey Jackson “Jack” Bramlett, Jr., 91, of Hampton, formerly of Atlanta, died on March 19, 2010. He was a veteran of WWII, having proudly served his country in the Army Air Corps and was an amateur radio enthusiast for many years with the call sign of W4PIM. Mr. Bramlett was a “Railroad Man” whose […]

Mrs. Alberta Shelby Ingram, age 91, of Peachtree City

Mrs. Alberta Shelby Ingram, age 91, of Peachtree City, GA passed away March 16, 2010. She was a member of Peachtree City United Methodist Church where she was an active member of the Ruth Circle. Ms. Ingram was a homemaker and enjoyed Duplicate Bridge, playing in tournaments as far away as China where she became […]