PTC Council splits 3-to-2 — No tax hike

Peachtree City Councilman Eric Imker in an April meeting. File photo.

For the entire calendar year, Peachtree City’s staff created a budget they felt followed the direction of the City Council.

But Thursday night, the budget got eviscerated by Councilman Eric Imker in a presentation that contained elements of a preacher and a statistician urging his fellow council members to stave off the tax hike. Read More»

The Walking Dead to shoot scenes in PTC this week

Some roads, cart paths closed in SE PTC through Wed. Read More»

Friday night drama: McIntosh 28, Fayette County 25 PTC cops will target drunk drivers on holiday weekend ‘Sordid Lives’ kicks off fall season for Newnan Theatre Enjoy piano recital, gospel music at COS this week School supplies from PTC First Presbyterian
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Tyrone Town Hall. File photo.
Construction continues near the "Walking Dead" wall. Photo/John Thompson.
An early denier
Federal government to reporter: ‘You’re next.’
Noah Plaza.
Top left to right:  Christian Carr, Hayden Dill, Josh Bowers, Sam Snyder, Ryan Robertson; Bottom left to right:  Benjamin Easter, Grayson Whiteley, Chandler Rebel, Ryan Johnson. Photo/Submitted
Pam Martin
Oak Grove second grader Judd Greene delivered school supplies and backpacks to Oak Grove’s school counselor Kelly Green .


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