McIntosh’s Van Zyl sisters win top award at International Science & Engineering Fair

McIntosh’s Van Zyl sisters win top award at International Science & Engineering Fair

After their brother took his first trip to the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) last year, twin sisters Caitlin and Jacqueline van Zyl followed in his footsteps a year later, and like him, they wowed the judges and brought home a top award. Above, McIntosh High School students and sisters Jacqueline and Caitlin […]

Mundy recognized for 35 years of service to Peachtree City

Mundy recognized for 35 years of service to Peachtree City

Peachtree City Fire Rescue Training Officer Ron Mundy (photo above) has been part of the Peachtree City landscape longer than most of the city’s current residents. Mundy on June 7 was recognized by the Peachtree City Council for 35 years of service. Mundy responded to the recognition, saying that he learned some years ago that […]

Winners in Peachtree City Rotary Club‘s Elementary School Grand Prix

Winners in Peachtree City Rotary Club‘s Elementary School Grand Prix

Elementary schools across Fayette County recently participated this year in the Peachtree City Rotary Elementary School Gran Prix, a series of road races, one for each school, that raises funds for the hosting school. Some of the the kids and adults participating, pictured above, were among those that helped in raising approximately $100,000 per year. […]

Shoplifters can be hit with disorderly conduct charge in Peachtree City

Shoplifters can be hit with disorderly conduct charge in Peachtree City

A change in a local ordinance mirrors that of other jurisdictions, giving officers in Peachtree City the ability to charge suspects in shoplifting cases with an alternative charge of disorderly conduct. The change was approved June 7 by the Peachtree City Council. The change gives officers the ability to charge the suspect with either shoplifting […]

Peachtree City corrects Senoia Road rezoning mistake

Peachtree City corrects Senoia Road rezoning mistake

A housekeeping issue pertaining to the recently-approved residential development on Senoia Road was one of a small number of items on the June 7 agenda of the Peachtree City Council. Council members on March 15 approved the LUR (limited use residential) rezoning for a small residential development on the city’s extreme northwest side. Planning and […]

LTC Thomas McGregor (Ret), of Peachtree City

LTC Thomas McGregor (Ret), a resident of Peachtree City, Ga., died Monday, May 21, 2018. Born October 28, 1930 to Duncan Stewart McGregor and Mary Campbell Nelson in St. John Hospital, Yonkers, N. Y. Preceding him in death was his wife of fifty three years, Ellen Phoebe McGregor.  He is survived by his daughter, Stephanie […]

Phyllis Williams, age 91, of Peachtree City

Ms. Phyllis Williams (91), of Peachtree City, passed away on May 25, 2018, after short bout with cancer. Ms. Williams was born in British Guyana on July 21, 1926; she became a school teacher and business owner in NYC.  She retired to Peachtree City in 1996 but remained active in local school and community volunteer […]

Achilles Pappas, age 72

Achilles (Peter) Pappas, aged 72 died peacefully on June 10, 2018 in the comfort of his home after a short struggle with cancer and Alzheimer’s. He was born on January 13, 1947 in Berwyn Ill., the son of Peter E. Pappas and Rita P. Arvas. Peter is survived by his loving wife of 51 years […]

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