Free monthly movie night starts this Friday in F’ville

Eleventh Hour Call Church will host the first of its free monthly family movie nights this Friday with the presentation of the movie “To Save a Life,” (rated PG-13) Friday, Aug. 20 at 7 p.m. at the Harvest Christian Community Theater on Ga. Hwy. 85 behind the La Hacienda Mexican restaurant. The movie involves a […]

Religion Briefs 08/18/10

Flint Ridge revival starts tonight Flint Ridge Baptist Church will hold its Revival Wednesday-Friday, Aug. 18-20 at 7 p.m. each night. The senior pastor at Flint Ridge is the Rev. Jerome Drakeford. The guest preachers for the revival are: Wednesday, the Rev. Roosevelt Loveless of Grace Baptist Church in Morrow; Thursday (Youth Night), Minister Walter […]

Police reports, Aug. 10-16

The following arrests were reported by local law enforcement agencies for the past week. All persons are considered innocent until proven guilty: Fayette County Sheriff’s Office James Edward Balchuck, 26, of Rising Star Road, Fayetteville, for possession of marijuana. Shalundra Matrel Beckham, 30, of 19th Street, Griffin, for shoplifting, failure to appear (2), financial identity […]

Family tradition

Family traditions come in all forms. But for the McCabe family in Fayetteville, the tradition of wearing the same shirt on the first day of the first grade was extended last week when six year-old Killian Marshall became the 13th family member since 1958 to wear the vintage shirt. “It’s a simple white linen weave […]

Town Square Jewelers attenda national jewelry buying show

Alex Rodriquez from Town Square Jewelers and other jewelers from around the country attended the exclusive Fall 2010 Retail Jewelers Organization (RJO) Buying Show in Kansas City. The RJO Buying Show is held semi-annually and provides independent jewelers such as Town Square Jewelers the opportunity to browse latest trends, network with other industry leaders and […]

American Legion Scholarship Winner

Denny Leander, Commander of Fayette County Post 105 congratulated Matthew Niebes on receiving a $1,000 scholarship from The American Legion.  Each year, The American Legion awards six scholarships to the children and grandchildren of Legionnaires from across Georgia upon graduation from high school. Niebes graduated from McIntosh High School in May and is the son of Legionnaire David Niebes. He will be […]

Man caught after early morning robbery in Senoia

It was a robbery that probably did not go as the thief had planned. Quick work by Senoia police officers led to the capture of an Atlanta man after he robbed a Senoia convenience store early Saturday morning. Senoia Police Capt. Steve Tomlin said Dantoine Kitchens, 24, was charged with robbery and shoplifting in the […]

Karate studio, shops OK’d for Lexington Circle

A building that will include a karate studio and several shops behind the CVS Pharmacy in the Lexington Circle shopping center was approved by the Peachtree City Planning Commission Monday night. At just under 14,000 square feet, the development will be directly across from the townhome development at Lexington Circle. The front of the studio […]