PTC Rotary supports ASP training

The Peachtree City Rotary Club, a Partner in Education, is assisting Peachtree City Elementary School’s After School Program (ASP) with its staff development initiatives. The club is helping fund a training seminar that will be led by Tim Elmore, author of the “Habitudes” series, which focuses on growing leaders among students. In addition to ASP […]

Kedron artists meet Matt Ramsey

State Representative Matt Ramsey visited Kedron Elementary School and met Kedron students Scott Arinder and Noah O’Toole. Both boys had their artwork displayed at the Capitol Art Exhibit in Atlanta in celebration of Youth Art Month. Photo/Special.

Tickets on sale for Atlanta Symphony Decorators’ Show House

Karen Duncan owner of Omega Books, Peachtree City, is once again selling the advance tickets to the Atlanta Symphony Decorators’ Show House. The 40th annual Decorators’ Show House and Gardens is open Apr. 17-May 9. Advance tickets are $20 and may be purchased through Friday, Apr. 16. Over 25 of Atlanta’s interior designers and landscape architects are […]

PTC woman opposes pay raise for mayor

One Peachtree City resident argued Thursday night against a potential raise for Mayor Don Haddix. Speaking during the public comment portion of the city council meeting, Caren Russell said it didn’t make sense given the state of the city’s economy. “I cannot see where the mayor can really work side-by-side with employees of the city, […]

‘Battle’ for bragging rights

There was a large crowd at Starr’s Mill Thursday night for the annual matches between Starr’s Mill and McIntosh’s varsity soccer teams. This year, the games were also part of “Battle for the Troops,” an event started by students to support U.S. troops and their families. Photo/Michael Boylan

Higher recreation fees OK’d by PTC Council

Swim teams to chip in $55K additional revenue Swim teams using the Kedron Aquatic Center will be paying more per swimmer as part of fee increases adopted by the Peachtree City Council Thursday night. The monthly fee for the Southern Crescent Aquatic Team and high school teams will jump to $32 for each participant. Previously […]

Farmers Market coming to PTC shopping center

Hold on Peachtree City. There is about to be some activity in the “baby Kroger” parking lot at the Peachtree Crossing shopping center on Ga. Highway 54. The new non-profit Fresh South Market will be set up and open for business on the first and third Saturdays and every Wednesday from May until November. Similar […]