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Pets of the Week

Pinky, a medium terrier mix, is more than just a pretty girl. She is also a good listener who doesn’t jump on you and...

Local students named National Merit semifinalists

Two Fayetteville residents and Landmark Christian School students were named National Merit Semifinalists this fall. Landmark seniors Zachary Carter and Connor Mahlbacher are among the...

Kedron students recognized

These students recently received the Best Effort Award at Kedron Elementary School. They are in grades 2-5. The awards were presented Oct. 20.  

Information for caregivers of dementia patients

Fayette Senior Services is hosting a special program for caregivers of people with Alzheimer’s disease or late-stage dementia at its Peachtree City location (Gathering...

Showcase gives insight on technology

Adventures to Australia, Guatemala, and Sarasota, Fla., are just a few places that students, staff, parents and guests at Fayette County High visited during...

FSS program to honor those who served

“Honoring All Who Served” is the theme for a special program Wednesday, Nov. 11, 2-4 p.m. at Fayette Senior Services’ Fayetteville location (The Life...

Teen childbirth class Nov. 12

Piedmont Fayette Hospital is sponsoring a free class designed to meet the needs of expectant teen moms and their support persons. Topics discussed are expectations...

District voting drama continues

The parties in the Fayette County district voting lawsuit have been ordered back to remediation for the second time in just over a week. Parties...

Candidates make last plea before Tuesday’s election

Senoia’s three candidates for the Post 4 council seat offered differen visions for the city’s future during Tuesday night’s candidate forum. The Senoia Optimist Club...

Time to head to the polls

The campaigns have nearly ended and the time for voters to have their say in municipal elections in Peachtree City, Tyrone, Senoia and Sharpsburg...

A job well done

Cpl. Rob Todd was recognized by Peachtree City Councilman Mike King on Oct. 15 for his 25 years of service to the Peachtree City...

Students get schooled on fire safety at Burch

Third graders at Burch Elementary School on Oct. 29 topped off the three days of fire safety training by Fayette County Fire and Emergency...
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