FCHS to induct new Hall of Fame class

FCHS to induct new Hall of Fame class

The Fayette County High School Distinguished Alumni and Sports Hall of Fame’s 2018 induction ceremonies will be Jan. 26 and 27. The inductees will be introduced Friday night prior to the FCHS vs. Starr’s Mill boys basketball game at approximately 8 p.m. in the FCHS gymnasium. The recognition banquet is Saturday at 8 p.m. in […]

Fayette Chamber awards local business, civic leaders

Fayette Chamber awards local business, civic leaders

More than 320 business and community leaders gathered for the 49th Fayette Chamber of Commerce Annual Meeting and Awards Luncheon to honor excellence in business and community leadership. The Chamber’s annual celebration took place Jan. 12 at Peachtree City Hotel and Conference Center. Above, holding the award for 2018 Outstanding Business Person of the Year […]

Suspicious person call in Fayetteville leads to pot bust

Suspicious person call in Fayetteville leads to pot bust

Fayetteville police on Jan. 17 responding to a suspicious person call at a Whitney Street residence seized a quarter-pound of marijuana and other drugs, and located a marijuana grow operation. Ryan Camp, 20, of Fayetteville, was charged with possession of marijuana, possession of marijuana with intent to distribute and manufacturing marijuana, said Fayetteville Police Department […]

Newnan, Coweta County impose weather-related curfew

Newnan, Coweta County impose weather-related curfew

  Fayette County Sheriff Babb snapped this photo at 1:30 p.m. on Wednesday along Ga. Highway 92 North in Fayetteville. “If you think it’s safe to drive, everything that’s white where this photo was taken and looks like slush, is actually ice.” Photo/Sheriff Barry Babb. Coweta County and the City of Newnan have imposed a […]

Fayetteville Council considers ‘limited pour’ alcohol licenses

Fayetteville Council considers ‘limited pour’ alcohol licenses

Westside annexation of 24 acres abutting Pinewood Studios on Thursday agenda Alcohol and annexation are on Fayetteville’s City Council agenda for Thursday night. Both items are first reads and will receive a final vote at a future meeting. The amendment to the alcoholic beverage ordinance establishes procedures for limited pour licenses. The reason for the […]

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