Fayetteville

See 'Rango' at Fayetteville's Movie Under the Stars this Friday

This Friday, July 15, Xfinity along with Fayetteville Main Street is hosting a free “Movie Under the Stars” at the Villages Amphitheater. Beginning at 7 p.m., families are encouraged to come out for an evening of fun, music, and entertainment on the big screen.

Leading up to the movie, attendees can enjoy the free, family game zone and bubble area. Movie concessions (popcorn, snacks) will also be available for sale throughout the evening.

After sundown, at approximately 9:15 p.m., the featured movie, “Rango”, starring Johnny Depp, will begin. Read More»

F’ville 1st Baptist’s Venture Crew 100 canoes across Canadian wilderness

Top row (standing): Rusty Wood, Andrea Wood, Emily Wood, Chandler Hadley, Timothy Lindsey, David Harbin, Tony McWaters, Julie-Ann Logan. Bottom row (kneeling): Daniel Harbin, Katie Wood, Hollie McWaters, David McWaters. Photo/Special.

On June 22, Venture Crew 100 of Fayetteville, chartered by Fayetteville First Baptist Church, undertook an adventure. They were to embark on a canoeing journey covering 143 miles of Canadian wilderness. Read More»

After 1st cuts, Fayette in line for $320 million in T-SPLOST

Based on the first cut of a smorgasbord of proposed transportation projects announced July 7, Fayette County looks to be in line for about $320 million Read More»

Director Chris Snell out at F’ville Library

Chris Snell has been the face of the Fayetteville Library for years. But a June decision by the Flint River Library System board could change all that by year’s end unless the Fayette County Commission can find the funds to retain the position. Read More»

In Fayetteville, let freedom ring

In Fayetteville, let freedom ring

The James Waldrop Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution and the Marquis de Lafayette Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution participated in the 10th annual “Let Freedom Ring” ceremony on the old Courthouse Square. Ted Hackney, John Sloan and the Rev. Jeff Lowe read off the names of all the signers of the Declaration of Independence in 1776, and a bell was rung for each of the 13 original colonies. Photo/Carolyn Cary.

Fayetteville crash sends 1 to hospital

Fayetteville crash sends 1 to hospital

One person was transported via ambulance as a result of this two-car collision late this morning at the intersection of Jimmie Mayfield Boulevard and Helen Sams Parkway in Fayetteville.

The force of the collision caused the Ford Explorer to flip onto its side. But it was the driver of the Buick auto who was taken to the hospital by Fayette County paramedics.

None of the injuries in the wreck were believed to be life-threatening.

Howard Legg, 82, of Fayetteville

Howard Legg, 82, of Fayetteville, passed away on July 5, 2011.

He served his country as a member of the US Air Force. He was a 50-year member of Plumbers-Steamfitters Local #72.

He is survived by his wife of 60 years, Lois Christine Legg of Fayetteville; daughter Judy White of Fayetteville; son Tony Legg and his wife, Lea James of Newnan; grandchildren Kristy Johnston, Michael White & Michael Legg; two great-grandchildren and several nieces & nephews. Read More»

Catherine Wallace Bartlett, 91, of Fayetteville

Catherine Wallace Bartlett, age 91, of Fayetteville, passed away on Saturday, July 2, 2011 in Moultrie, GA.

She was a long-time resident of Fayette County, where she was a member of Fayetteville First Baptist Church, and was director of WMU and leader for Acteens.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Warren H. Bartlett.

She is survived by her daughter, Suzanne “Sue” Bartlett Wayda of Moultrie, GA; grandchildren, Caitlyn Wayda, Dalton Smith and Harlie Smith; great-grandchildren, Mya Faith Young, Avery Michael Cochran and Warren Alexander Ray; also, nieces and nephews. Read More»

Compare prices of Ga. Power, EMC

Commissioner Wise, thank you for the courtesy of responding to my email regarding the higher and higher cost of electricity provided by Georgia Power.

I read and reread your response several times and unfortunately, I must admit, I’m a little bit baffled by your comments.

Essentially, I believe you are espousing the belief that we the people (that live in Georgia and other Southern states) chose over ten years ago not to have competition in the area of retail electricity providers and that essentially you believe that we are better off for it. Read More»

Summer mission

 Standing at the entrance are, front row, (L-R),  Dara Dyer, Winnie Mask, Maddi Poff, and Pete Smith. Back row (L-R), Carolene Thames, Cathy Kinsey, Debbi Smith, Robin Austin, Phyllis Morgan, Lexi Smith, Logan McMillin, Julie Herbert, Jonnie Hale, Sammie Simmons, Jackie Weldon, Karol Smith, Daran Paden, and Debi Paden. Photo/Special.

Volunteers from McDonough Road Baptist Church in Fayetteville served at Camp Hawkins in Mount Airy, Ga., June 21-26. Camp Hawkins is a ministry of the Georgia Baptist Children’s Homes and Family Ministries. Standing at the entrance are, front row, (L-R), Dara Dyer, Winnie Mask, Maddi Poff, and Pete Smith. Back row (L-R), Carolene Thames, Cathy Kinsey, Debbi Smith, Robin Austin, Phyllis Morgan, Lexi Smith, Logan McMillin, Julie Herbert, Jonnie Hale, Sammie Simmons, Jackie Weldon, Karol Smith, Daran Paden, and Debi Paden. Photo/Special.