Coweta County

Remembering Pearl Harbor

Remembering Pearl Harbor

Members of the East Coweta High School JROTC presented the colors at the Pearl Harbor Remembrance ceremonies held at Falcon Field earlier this month. Pearl Harbor Survivor’s Association member Roy Mooney salutes as JROTC members present the flag. Photo/Ben Nelms.

Coweta gets high ranking in statewide public health assessment

Coweta County has received a ranking of number 22 out of Georgia’s 159 counties when it comes to residents’ overall health. Funded by the Healthcare Georgia Foundation (HGF), the findings of the statewide advocacy campaign, Partner Up! for Health were released Wednesday. Read More»

Newest Coweta BoE members Parker and Dees sworn in

Newest Coweta BoE members Parker and Dees sworn in

New Coweta County Board of Education members Amy Dees (left) and April Parker were sworn in earlier this week and will assume their responsibilities in January. Dees holds the District 1 seat while Parker holds the District 1 At-large seat. Photo/Special.

An honor for Pearl Harbor survivors

An honor for Pearl Harbor survivors

Members of the East Coweta High School JROTC presented the colors at the Pearl Harbor Remembrance ceremonies held at Falcon Field earlier this month. Pearl Harbor Survivor’s Association member Roy Mooney salutes as JROTC members present the flag.

SAHS wants to increase number of events serving alcohol

In an effort to raise needed funds the Senoia Area Historical Society (SAHS) is asking that the city’s alcohol ordinance be amended to allow an increase of up to six events per year where alcoholic beverages can be offered. City attorney Drew Whalen was asked to investigate the proposal and report back to the city council. Read More»

Coweta represented at U.S./Japan meeting

Economic times may be tough but that was all the more reason for Coweta County Development Authority President Greg Wright to travel to Nashville recently to represent the county’s economic development and networking interests at the annual meeting of the Southeast U.S./Japan Association. Read More»

Clinton news conference reveals weak Obama

President Obama’s recent “impromptu” news conference with former president Bill Clinton was yet another reminder to both liberals and conservatives just how far Obama’s star has fallen since he took office. Read More»

Christ the King announces two recent CEC seminary graduates

Left to right, Gardner, Wills, Epps. Photo/Special.

The Rev. Deacon James Gardner of Tyrone and the Rev. Deacon Jason Epps of Sharpsburg, recently successfully completed the comprehensive oral examination phase required for graduation from St. Michael’s Seminary of San Clemente, Calif., the denominational seminary for the Charismatic Episcopal Church.

Gardner has also completed the required comprehensive written examination phase. Both have completed all course work necessary for the master of ministry degree and both men serve at the Cathedral of Christ the King in Sharpsburg. Read More»

Potts birth

Martin and Lindsay Potts of Senoia announce the birth of their son, Conor Jones Potts, at 5:54 p.m. on Aug. 30, 2010 at Piedmont Hospital in Atlanta. Conor weighed 8 lbs., 11 oz. and was 21 inches long. Grandparents are Art and Susan Szczepaniec of Peachtree City and Dr. John and Susan Potts of Peachtree City.

PTC church burglar linked also to Coweta break-ins

It turns out that the arrest last week of 24 year-old Peachtree City resident Joseph Michael Robinson on charges stemming from the burglary of two churches in Peachtree City solved the cases of additional break-ins, including the burglaries of two churches in Coweta County.

Robinson was charged with the Nov. 22-23 burglaries at Peachtree City Christian Church and St. Paul Lutheran Church, both off Ga. Highway 74 North. Items taken in the burglaries included cash, computers and musical instruments, according to law enforcement sources. Read More»