Open Mic Night at ‘The Fred’

Local entertainers go head to head competing for the coveted first place win in Open Mic Night at the Fred Amphitheater. Friday, May 7 come out and cheer for your favorite artist as they face a live audience and panel of judges. Winners take home not only bragging rights but the opportunity to perform as […]

Mr. Thomas K. Hamall of Peachtree City

Mr. Thomas K. Hamall of Peachtree City died Thursday April 29, 2010. Mr. Hamall was a member of Holy Trinity Catholic Church. He is survived by his wife Barbara Hamall of Peachtree City; children, Mary Morales and her husband Romulo of Peachtree City; Eileen Marie Desai and her husband Mahesh of Atlanta; Annette Marie Freeman […]

Merchants award $250 Art For The Heart prize to Oak Grove

Taking time to beautiful the community while recognizing the importance of art in the Fayette County schools was a priority for the merchants in Peachtree Crossing and Peachtree Point Shopping Centers in March. Since the closing of the baby Kroger store over a year ago at the corner of Hwy 54 and Peachtree Parkway, the […]

New PTC path bridge to be feted Sunday

It’s been a long time in coming, but Sunday at 2 p.m. Peachtree City officials will host a ribbon cutting for the new cart path bridge along Ga. Highway 54 West that spans the CSX railroad tracks. Delayed more than three years from completion in large part to problems with approvals at the state level, […]

Renovated Braelinn Village to get directional signs

When the makeover of the Braelinn Village is complete, shoppers will have plenty of architectural eye candy to enjoy. A newly designed parking area. New store facades. More landscaping. Golf cart parking just outside the storefronts. Oh, and in case you get distracted by it all, they’ll have a few new signs to help direct […]

PTC’s Logsdon drops out of Ga. insurance commissioner’s race after cancer diagnosis

Former Peachtree City Mayor Harold Logsdon said today he has withdrawn from the race to be Georgia’s insurance commissioner following a recent diagnosis of prostate cancer and the likelihood of surgery. “I really considered delaying surgery until after the primary,” Logsdon said, adding that family members didn’t voice many objections, “but I could see it […]

‘Freedom’ and ‘fun’ headline coming events at COS

“Moses and the Freedom Fanatics” is the spring musical to be presented at Christ Our Shepherd Lutheran Church on Sunday, May 2, at 6 p.m., by Shepherd’s Flock Singers. These young musicians are in Grades 2-5, and they will also play handbells and choir chimes. Cherub Choir will sing and play the church’s Brody bells. […]