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Snow day means no school and lots of fun

Snow day means no school and lots of fun

Fayetteville residents Kendal, 7, and Ainsley, 5, go sledding down a neighbor’s driveway, as Mom records the moment for posterity. Photo/Khara Chunn.

Robert Joseph Ryff, age 88, of Fayetteville

Robert Joseph Ryff, age 88, of Fayetteville, GA passed away on January 8, 2011.

He was a WWII veteran.

He is survived by his wife, Bette Ryff; daughter, Susan Landais (Mal Landais) of Newnan, GA; grandsons, Bryan Lehrer (Marife Lehrer) of Davie, FL, Andy Ryff (Dionne Ryff) of Fayetteville, GA, and Conrad Landais of Dumont, NJ; granddaughter, Dana Wollschlager (Tod Wollschlager) of Cottage Grove, MN; great-grandchildren, Brandi Lehrer, Cassandra Wollschlager, Drake Ryff, Jolie Ryff, and Tyler Singer; and many nieces and nephews. Read More»

Mrs. Jewell Odessa Masters of Fayetteville

Mrs. Jewell Odessa Masters, of Fayetteville, passed away on January 7, 2011.

Mrs. Masters is preceded in death by her husband of 60 years, G.W. Masters, Sr. Read More»

Fayetteville city court closed Tuesday

Fayetteville's Muncipal Court will be closed Tuesday, Jan. 11 due to the inclement weather, officials announced today.

City officials will make a determination Tuesday regarding the scheduled court session for Wednesday also also for future rescheduling.

Lorine Cumby Williams, 89, of Fayetteville

Lorine Cumby Williams, 89, of Fayetteville, Georgia, passed away peacefully in her home January 3, 2011.

She was the beloved mother and grandmother of daughter Sandra Williams Cannella of Tampa, Florida; son Lanny Dean Williams; daughter-in-law Vickie Williams; grandson Cash Cannella of Tampa, Florida; granddaughters Tedra Cannella Hobson, Deana “Nikky” Williams, and son-in-law Bret Hobson. She was the devoted wife of the late Reverend Wilson Williams for 70 years and is also survived by her sister Betty Cumby Vlass. She was affectionately known as Nana and “Mrs. Claus” to her family Read More»

Family escapes New Year’s Eve fire, but Fayetteville home badly damaged

A New Year’s Eve fire at a residence on Pleasant Point Way east of Fayetteville resulted in no significant injuries to occupants. Multiple fire units fought the early morning blaze that caused significant damage to home and its contents.

None of the four occupants in the home at the time of the fire was injured, though one child was evaluated at the scene for possible smoke inhalation, according to Fayette County Fire and Emergency Services Capt. Pete Nelms. Read More»

Fayetteville First UMC offers Bible study opportunities

The Fayetteville First United Methodist Church will offer several opportunities for Bible study classes beginning in January.

The Rev. Mark Westmoreland will lead an eight-week study on the Book of Romans beginning Jan 5. Classes will meet Wednesday nights at 6:15. There is no cost for the class. Read More»

FFUMC will offer Financial Peace University beginning this month

Fayetteville First United Methodist Church (FFUMC will offer multiple courses in Financial Peace University, a 13-week course, winter through spring 2011. The course benefits couples and individuals of all ages, those with or without debt. Read More»

F’ville to look at business taxes, trespass violations

The Fayetteville City Council at its Jan. 6 meeting will consider a state initiative designed to have the state and cities work together to collect all business tax that are due. The council will also hear the first reading of an ordinance that will put trespassing violations under city court jurisdiction.

City staff are recommending that Fayetteville participate in an initiative by the Georgia Dept. of Revenue (DOR) and the Georgia Municipal Association aimed at collecting all the sales tax due state and local governments. Read More»

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