Charles Howard Preston, 92

Join us in celebration of the life of Charles Howard Preston, 92, who passed on to his Lord and Savior on October 7, 2017. Charles was born December 14, 1924, in Riverdale, Ga. and graduated from Richardson High School in College Park, Ga.  Charles served in the United States Army from 1941-1944. He was sent […]

Martha Sue Smith, of Fayetteville

Ms. Martha Sue Smith of Fayetteville passed away on October 6, 2017. She was preceded in death by her parents, Edward and Ruby Clontz Crosby and daughter, Kimberley Smith Lowe. She is survived by her son, Mark Addison Smith and his husband Erik Gernand of New York, N.Y.; son-in-law, Clinton Lowe of Cumming, Ga.; grandson, […]

One-time McIntosh classmates meet again in Iraq surgical unit

One-time McIntosh classmates meet again in Iraq surgical unit

When Andrew Henebry (above, right) reported for duty at the U.S. Navy EMU Surgical Unit near Mosul, Iraq a few weeks ago, he was surprised to be greeted by former McIntosh classmate Michael Lee (above, left), who was completing his deployment. They spent about a week together while the new surgical team was briefed on […]

Hopewell helps feed the hungry

Hopewell helps feed the hungry

Isabella Perry was one of the many runners carrying filled meal packages to be boxed for shipment to hungry people around the world. The “Rise Against Hunger” event was held at Robert J. Burch Elementary school on Saturday, September 23. There were 137 volunteers of all ages and walks of life participating in the event. […]

Religion Briefs 100417

Fall bazaar is Oct. 14 St. Gabriel Catholic Church is having their 7th annual Fall Craft Bazaar Oct. 14 from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. and Oct. 15 from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Get an early start finding those special Christmas gifts at 152 Antioch Road in Fayetteville at the multi-purpose building next to the church. […]

A worship treat

A worship treat

“The OK Factor” will appear in worship services Oct. 8 at Christ Our Shepherd Lutheran Church in Peachtree City. Founded in 2012, the Minneapolis-based alternative-folk duo are Karla Dietmeyer Colahan, violin, and Olivia Hahn Dierks, cello. Much of their music is original. They have completed their fourth album together, which will be available in November. […]

First Presbyterian Church PTC enjoys Dragonboat competition

First Presbyterian Church PTC enjoys Dragonboat competition

The First Presbyterian Church in PTC competed in the annual Rotary Club Dragonboat Competition, placing first in their division.  This was the third year for the team to compete.  Members pictured are:  l-r:  Carolyn Gulick, Michael Diffey, Jeremy Hiltzheimer, Mary Hiltzheimer, Carol Bryant, David Stivers, Rev Morgan Hay, Jill McCuin, Tori Stivers, Fred Bryant, and […]