Senoia

A/V upgrades for future Senoia council meetings

One of the ideas associated with the new Senoia Police Department and Municipal Court building on Howard Road was the ability to hold city council meetings and public meetings at that location in what is obviously a much larger meeting room. The council Monday night approved the purchase of $6,900 in audio and video equipment needed to accommodate the need and accomplish that purpose. Read More»

Waiting for Santa in Senoia

Waiting for Santa in Senoia

The annual Light Up Senoia parade was a hit again this year. Large crowds lined Main Street just before dark on Dec. 4 to watch nearly 50 entries in one of the city’s popular annual events. And there were plenty holiday activities for the whole family before and after the parade.

Norman S. “Norm” Davis, 81, of Senoia

Norman S. “Norm” Davis, 81, of Senoia, GA died December 5, 2010.

Norm was born in Waukegan, IN to Silas Edward Davis & Lucille Van Treeck Davis. He was a college graduate and served his country in the Armed Forces during World War II. Mr. Davis was a member of Holy Trinity Catholic Church.

He was preceded in death by his parents Silas & Lucy Davis; brother William Davis; sister Dorothy Clark & daughter-in-law Janie Davis. Read More»

Mr. Dennis Keith Webber of Senoia

Mr. Dennis Keith Webber of Senoia died Wednesday, December 1, 2010.

Dennis was preceded in death by his father William David Webber. Read More»

Christmas comes to Senoia, Newnan this weekend

It’s that time of year. The Christmas season is here and so are the parades and festivities this weekend in Senoia and Newnan. Light Up Senoia festivities will be held Saturday, followed by Newnan’s annual Christmas parade on Sunday. Weather for both events should include relatively clear skies and cool temperatures.

Light Up Senoia festivities will begin downtown on Saturday afternoon at 4:30 p.m. As usual, the afternoon will be filled with a variety of venues including Santa’s workshop, music and entertainment and plenty of goodies at the food court. Read More»

Senoia soldier slain in Afghanistan

Nineteen year-old Senoia resident Pvt. Austin Staggs was one of five soldiers killed in Afghanistan Monday when a border policeman opened fire on his unit.

Pvt. Staggs and five others died Nov. 29 in Nangarhar province, Afghanistan, of wounds suffered when an insurgent attacked their unit with small arms fire, according to the U.S. Dept. of Defense. Read More»

Commission okays right-of-way for Senoia church

It was essentially a housekeeping issue, but it was important to the project that will locate Legacy Christian Church along Rockaway Road in Senoia. The Coweta County Commission last week gave unanimous approval for the acceptance of a warranty deed linked to the needed right-of-way for the project. Read More»

Wahna Dresden Noble, 53, of Senoia

Wahna Dresden Noble, 53, of Senoia, Georgia, passed awayTuesday, November 16, 2010 after a long battle with cancer.

She was born in Roanoke Rapids, North Carolina, June 11, 1957, to the late Wahna and James Barnes. She was married to Timothy M. Noble. She was employed by Malcolm T. Gilliland, in Peachtree City, for over thirty years. Read More»

Senoia budget nearly flat for 2011

The Senoia City Council on Monday night heard the first reading of the upcoming $2.1 million FY 2011 General Fund budget that takes effect in January. The second reading and likely approval will come in December.

The 2011 General Fund budget shows an increase in revenues totaling $24,600 over 2010, with revenues and expenditures each totaling $2,128,400. Read More»

Mr. Vincent Waite, 79, of Senoia

Mr. Vincent Waite, of Senoia, age 79, died November 13, 2010.

He enjoyed reading his Bible and singing in his church.

He is survived by his wife, Mervis Plummer of Senoia; three daughters, Winnifred Waite of Maryland, Joan Waite of Florida, and Vanessa Waite of Maryland; son Michael Waite of New York; and 5 grandchildren. Read More»

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