First Presbyterian Church in Peachtree City supplied volunteers to work the summer lunch program in Fayette County. Shown above (L-R) are church members Bob Morris, and JoAnn and Chuck Wright who volunteered to deliver lunches. Photo/Special.
Holy Trinity Catholic Church will again offer GriefShare to the community this fall. GriefShare is a non-denominational Christ-centered grief recovery group for those who have experienced the death of someone dear to them. Whether their loss is recent or from years past, GriefShare can offer help. A DVD program will be shown featuring some of […]
James Patrick King Jr. married Helen Jennifer Rose Ison Friday July 22, 2016, at All Saints Church, Whitstable, England with the reception following at beachfront Kiora House. J.P. is the son of Jim and Cherrie King of Peachtree City. Helen is the daughter of Cherry and John Ison of Whitstable. July 22 is the wedding […]
Lt. Col (Ret) Philip Henry McBride passed away unexpectedly in Washington D.C. on Saturday, August 5th, 2017, while in the employ of Delta Airlines. He was born on April 5th, 1956, in Mobile, Ala. “Phil” was one of six children born to an American father, Walton E. McBride, Jr., and a French mother, Lucile Finas […]
Lake Kedron to be lowered some also The Lake Peachtree spillway and dam project is about to get underway. The best way to keep up with the lengthy project is now located on the Peachtree City website. Located on the homepage at www.peachtree-city.org, City Clerk Betsy Tyler provides a comprehensive look at the project and […]
The long wait for improvements to the intersection at Planterra Way and Ga. Highway 54 West in Peachtree City is coming to an end. An $852,000 bid for the work was approved Aug. 3, signaling the first phase of the project to begin immediately. The Peachtree City Council unanimously approved the low bid totaling $852,628 […]
Staff says shave a half mill off current city tax rate The Peachtree City Council on Aug. 3 adopted the Fiscal Year 2018 budget totaling $34.466 million. But the real news came with a staff recommendation that the council consider adopting a millage rate that amounts to a full rollback. Finance Director Paul Salvatore recommended […]
The annual Back-to-School Expo at the Glenloch Recreation Center in Peachtree City was held Aug. 5 and featured a variety of venues for the kids and, after sunset, a movie for the family. The event was sponsored by the Peachtree City Recreation Department. Photo/Ben Nelms.
A Chicago man sleeping in his car at The Avenue on Aug. 3 was arrested for possessing a quantity of candy containing ecstasy (MDMA). Devon L. Hudson, 27, was charged with possession of MDMA, misdemeanor marijuana possession and a city ordinance violation, according to Peachtree City Police Department spokesperson Odilia Bergh. Police reports said Hudson […]
Christ Our Shepherd Lutheran Church announces a change in its worship service schedule, effective Aug. 13. Contemporary worship now takes place at 10:50 a.m. on Sunday in the Fellowship Hall. sanctuary services remain at 6 p.m. Saturday, 8:30 and 11 a.m. Sunday. With this change, the church offers two services at virtually the same time […]