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Decision on Senoia historic overlay postponed

The Senoia City Council on July 18 took up the issue of potentially eliminating several city streets from the Historic Neighborhood Overlay area that Mayor Robert Belisle said in past years had been erroneously included in the designated area but are not of sufficient age to be considered historic. The issue was postponed until Aug. 1 after a spokesman for the Stonebridge subdivision objected to his area being removed, citing a potential decrease in property values. Read More»

Youth Appreciation Banquet hosted by Senoia Optimist Club

The Optimist Club of Senoia hosted its annual Youth Appreciation Banquet on May 5, 2011 in recognition of students at East Coweta High School and Northgate High School. Senoia Optimist member Laura Bell was the chair of the event which was held at the Senior Citizens’ Center in Senoia. 

Bell explained to the gathering that counselors at the two high schools were asked to select students for this recognition who had achieved a noticeable level of success in school while dealing with difficult situations with which other students typically were not associated.  Read More»

Learning about other cultures’ crafts at Senoia Library

Learning about other cultures’ crafts at Senoia Library

It was a chance to get involved with other cultures. Area kids tried their hand at “World Craft India” at the Senoia Library on July 13. The program is one of a number of events, such as Story Time and Family Night, that are a part of the library’s Summer Reading Program. World Craft is held on Wednesdays at 11 a.m. and highlights a different country each week. Story Time is held each Tuesday at 10:30 a.m. Photo/Ben Nelms.

Newnan man dies after June wreck in Senoia

Twenty-year-old Newnan resident Tramario Reese died July 3 as a result of injuries he sustained in a June 10 wreck when a Newnan woman in whose vehicle he was riding ran a stop sign on Rockaway Road and was struck by an oncoming vehicle. Charges are pending in the accident.

Senoia Police spokesman Jason Ercole said the incident occurred on June 10 at 11:57 p.m. after Reese, 17-year-old driver and Newnan resident Angelica Williams and two other passengers left a graduation party at either the Twin Lakes or Heritage Pointe subdivisions. Read More»

Mrs. Linda Faye Dettmering, 66, formerly of Fayetteville

Mrs. Linda Faye Dettmering, 66, of Senoia, GA, formerly of Fayetteville, passed away July 12, 2011.

She was born in Union City, GA to Franklin & Rebecca Thompson Carey. She was employed at Earthgrains. Read More»

Mrs. Laura Kay Feuerstein, 47, of Senoia

Mrs. Laura Kay Feuerstein, of Senoia, GA, passed away on July 9, 2011 at the age of 47.

Laura was a loving wife, mother, daughter, sister and a friend to many. She was a very strong, generous and loving person who always put the needs of others first. Friends and family could always depend on her for her big smile and for receiving greeting cards marking special occasions in their lives such as birthdays or anniversaries. Besides having a great sense of humor, she was a fantastic cook, and loved being in the outdoors. Read More»

Senoia firm receives state Renaissance Award

Senoia’s Historic Development Ventures received the Georgia Cities Foundation Renaissance Award in Savannah June 27 for its contribution in the revitalization of the city’s downtown area. Accepting the award for Paul Lombardi and Scott Tigchelaar are (from left) Historical Concepts partner Terry Pylant and Senoia Downtown Development Authority Chair Suzanne Helfman along with Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle and Georgia Cities Foundation President Mike Starr. Photo/Special.

Senoia’s Historic Development Ventures, LLC received statewide recognition June 27 when it was presented with the Georgia Cities Foundation Renaissance Award in Savannah. The award recognized the community contributions of company principals Paul Lombardi and Scott Tigchelaar. Read More»

Speeding cycle crashes in downtown Senoia

It was over almost before it started. And a Griffin woman was fortunate to be able to walk away after her motorcycle crashed and temporarily caught fire in a June 26 high-speed attempt to elude officers in downtown Senoia.

Holly Victoria Hensler, 22, was charged with speeding, fleeing and attempting to elude and reckless driving in the 52-second pursuit that began on June 26 at 12:36 a.m., according to Senoia Police spokesperson Steve Tomlin. Read More»

Senoia annexes 88-acre Village West development

The mixed use Village West proposal on Ga. Highway 16 on Senoia’s west side was annexed at the June 20 City Council meeting. The annexation request by Lindsey Homes pertained to a residential and commercial development on 88 acres on the north and south sides of Hwy. 16.

The mixed-use Village West development submitted by developer David Lindsey showed the 88-acre property resembling an inverted “T,” with the vertical portion situated on the north side of Hwy. 16 and the horizontal portion on the south side. The north side property is surrounded on all sides by the existing city limits. Read More»

Senoia beautification award

Senoia beautification award

Harwell Photography owner Jeremy Harwell (at right) on June 20 receives the Senoia Downtown Development Authority’s 2011 Award of Excellence presented by DDA Chair Suzanne Helfman and Mayor Robert Belisle. The annual award is presented for efforts to beautify and improve the city. The award specified Harwell’s garden walkway adjacent to the studio at 28 Main Street. Photo/Ben Nelms.

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