Largest rooftop solar array in Peachtree City coming to Crowne Plaza Hotel

Largest rooftop solar array in Peachtree City coming to Crowne Plaza Hotel

Apsilon Hotels Group has announced plans for their Crowne Plaza Hotel in Peachtree City to generate 25 percent of its electrical needs by building the largest commercial rooftop solar photovoltaic system in Peachtree City. Above, Shutterstock photo depicts a typical rooftop solar panels array. The 642 kilowatt solar power generating system is scheduled for completion in […]

Easter egg hunters gather in PTC

Easter egg hunters gather in PTC

It may look like pandemonium, but it’s really the annual Easter Egg Hunt in Peachtree City last weekend, sponsored by the Optimist Club of Peachtree City and the Peachtree City Fire Department. Unlike other age groups at the egg hunt, parents of the youngest egg hunters, age 2, can assist during the rush for the […]

International visitors come to PTC company

International visitors come to PTC company

Georgia’s international representatives from 12 countries toured Aventure Aviation in Peachtree City on March 22 as part of the Georgia Department of Economic Development’s International Representatives Week 2018. The countries represented included Canada, Mexico, Colombia, Peru, Chile, Brazil, United Kingdom, Germany, Israel, China, Korea, and Japan. The event was also attended by numerous state and […]

Don Armel Kuebler, Jr., Peachtree City, age 95

Don Armel Kuebler, Jr., Peachtree City, age 95, died March 21, 2018, following a short illness. He was born January 22, 1923 to Don Armel Kuebler and Eva Perkins in St. Louis, Mo. Don married Mary Margery (Molly) Wilson on August 20, 1947 who survives of the home. To their marriage, four children were born, […]

The Avenue in Peachtree City seeks OK for sip-and-stroll alcoholic beverages

The Avenue in Peachtree City seeks OK for sip-and-stroll alcoholic beverages

The Peachtree City Council on March 15 heard a discussion-only topic requesting that an open container area be approved at The Avenue shopping area. That would allow customers to buy a drink from an alcohol-licensed business and then take that open container of beer, wine or liquor outside to sip and stroll. The Avenue representatives […]

15-home rezoning on 6.5 acres approved for Senoia Rd. in Peachtree City

15-home rezoning on 6.5 acres approved for Senoia Rd. in Peachtree City

A proposal to rezone 6.5 acres on Senoia Road from AR (agricultural reserve) to LUR (limited-use residential) was approved March 15 by the Peachtree City Council. Situated on 6.5 acres (above map), the request by developer Chadwick Homes and project representative Jerry Peterson proposed 16 lots that are 60 feet in width and 100 feet […]

Evelyn Louise Grier Hart, 91, of Peachtree City

Evelyn Louise Grier Hart (91) of Peachtree City, passed away March 15, 2018. Lynn was born to Ralph Erskine Grier Jr. and Maude Evelyn Shealy June 5, 1926 in Columbia, S. C.  She attended Dreher High School, Erskine College, and Columbia College, graduating with degrees in both voice and organ.  Lynn met the love of […]

Meyrel Civils, 95

Ms. Meyrel “Joann” Civils, 95, passed away quietly on March 7, 2018. Four years she resided at Christian City Assisted Living and prior Summerbrook, in Peachtree City, Ga. She was preceded in death by her husband, James E. Civils and daughter Joy Civils Rodriquez. She is survived by son in law, Raul de Jesus Rodriquez; […]

Jackie Louise Shelnutt, age 75

Jackie Louise Shelnutt, age 75, of Gay, Ga. peacefully passed away after a long-fought battle of Pulmonary Fibrosis on March 15, 2018 surrounded by her loving family. There will be a memorial celebrating her life on Thursday, March 29, 2018 at 3 p.m. at McIntosh Reserve, Council Bluff Pavilion located at 1046 W. McIntosh Cir., […]