Keeping Ebola at bay: Here’s what Fayette school officials are doing

Fayette County School System Superintendent Dr. Joseph Barrow. File photo.

The Citizen on Monday presented Fayette Schools' Superintendent Joseph Barrow with this hypothetical scenario: Five children from the Ebola-affected area of West Africa show up to enroll in schools here this week. What would you do? Here is Barrow's answer: Read More»

Pennington delays answers to Learnard’s pay raise questions

Peachtree City Councilwoman Kim Learnard in an Oct. 5 letter to City Manager Jim Pennington Read More»

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Training drill at Piedmont Fayette Hospital in March 2014. Photo/file.
Sniffing out crime
'Could you be more specific?'
'I can help you throw away your medal'
Young runners lead the way
Celebrating the local hospital’s affiliation with the M.D. Anderson Cancer Network Oct. 14 are (L-R) John Goodman, executive director of Oncology Services for Piedmont Healthcare; Marlin Seay, executive director of Patient Services for Piedmont Fayette; Melanie Wong, vice president, MD Anderson; Michael Burnett, CEO of Piedmont Fayette; and Dr. Jonathan Bender, medical director of Piedmont Fayette’s Cancer Center. Photo/Warren Bond Photography.
Cindy Hall, United Methodist Women member, showcases the unique Christmas gifts which will be for sale at the 25th Annual Christmas Marketplace at Fayetteville First United Methodist Church on Nov. 1. Proceeds benefit local charities. Photo/Special.
Patricia Oberg, accepts an engraved crystal plaque from Jamie Lambert.