Fayetteville

George William Bishop, age 91, of Fayetteville

George William Bishop, age 91, of Fayetteville, died at Henry County Medical Center on February 11, 2011.

He was born June 13, 1919 in Aucilla, FL, the son of George Thomas Bishop and Alice Eva Anderson Bishop. Mr. Bishop was preceded in death by his sister Vera Bishop Jones. Mr. Bishop was retired from Delta Airlines and he had a septic tank business for many years in the Fayette County area. He was a veteran of World War II serving in Okinawa. He was of the Baptist faith. Read More»

F'ville American Legion Post presented flag flown in Iraq

F'ville American Legion Post presented flag flown in Iraq

Captain Greg Adams, U.S. Navy (R) and a member of The American Legion, Fayette County Post 105, recently returned from duty in Iraq and made a presentation to his post of a U.S. flag that flew in Iraq, dedicated to Post 105. Accepting the flag is Denny Leander, Post Commander. The flag will be displayed in the Log Cabin in Fayetteville, the home of Post 105. The post meets the second Monday of each month. Submitted with photo by David Niebes.

Right prescription: Fayetteville technician wins $250K in Mega-Millions drawing

A Fayetteville pharmacy technician has gotten a quarter-million dollar dose of a Mega Millions jackpot. Mary Smith, 58, matched the first five winning numbers in the Feb. 1 Mega Millions drawing, winning a $250,000 prize.

Smith purchased her Quik Pik ticket at Kwickie/Flash #0243, 760 Glynn St. N., Fayetteville. Winning numbers from the Feb. 1 drawing were: 16-22-23-26-35 and the Mega Ball was 31.

Smith’s husband, who purchased tickets for the same drawing, informed her that a winning ticket had been sold in the area. Read More»

Mrs. Phyllis Richardson, 64, of Fayetteville

Phyllis Richardson, 64, of Fayetteville, passed away February 12, 2011.

Mrs. Richardson was preceded in death by her father Grady Parker Myers.

Survivors include her husband of 42 years Jim Richardson; son Jamie Richardson of Fayetteville ; grandchildren Aubrey & Mollie Richardson of Fayetteville, and their mother Tammie Richardson; sister Donna Coralles of Atlanta ; mother Sarah Fordham of Rex; and also nieces & nephews. Read More»

Mr. Willis Walker, Sr., 87, of Fayetteville

Mr. Willis Walker, Sr., 87, of Fayetteville passed away February 11, 2011.

Mr. Walker was a member of Christ Church at Whitewater and also the Masonic Lodge. Mr. Walker also served his country during WWII in the U.S. Navy. Survivors include his wife Margaret Walker; son and daughter in law Lewis & Marie Walker, Jr. of Fayetteville ; grandchildren Lewis W. Walker, III and wife Jennifer of Charleston , SC., Elizabeth Gray and husband Billy of Newnan, and Lauren Travis and husband Kevin of Atlanta; 4 great grandchildren, several nieces and nephews. Read More»

Teresa Lynn Wade, 49, of Fayetteville

Teresa Lynn Wade, 49, of Fayetteville, GA died February, 8, 2011.

Teresa was born in East Point, GA and was a Georgia Tech graduate. Read More»

Owen Phillip Neerman, 2, of Fayetteville

Owen Phillip Neerman, 2, of Fayetteville, passed away on February 8, 2011.

He is survived by his parents, Brandon and Marianne Neerman; brothers, Evan and Grant; grandparents, George and Sue Cleek, and Marc Neermann; great-grandmother Carol Neermann; aunts, uncles and cousins. Read More»

F’ville set to change a few zoning definitions

The Fayetteville City Council last week heard the first reading of proposed amendments to portions of the Planned Community Development (PCD) and Downtown Commercial District (C-1) zoning codes. Essentially a change in language, the proposal follows recommendations from a 2009 audit of the city’s planning and development goals. Read More»

Accused Walmart gunman turns self in

Accused Walmart gunman turns self in

The alleged gunman in an Sept. 17 armed robbery at the Fayetteville Wal-Mart has turned himself in to Fayetteville police, officials said.

Brandon Thomas Mann, 18, of Fairburn was accompanied by his attorney Wednesday when he surrendered to police, who had issued multiple arrest warrants against Mann in connection with the case. Read More»

The woes of even legal immigration

As a U.K citizen living and working legally in the U.S., I must respond to Bob Ross’s reference to “orderly processes” for would-be legal immigrants (The Citizen, 2/2/11).

The immigration system is completely broken. There’s no orderly process.

In 2005 I applied for a specialty technical position in Atlanta, with one of the world’s top media companies. I got that job on merit, as “there was no qualified American wiling or able” — that’s the INS rules.

It took me four years to get to the U.S. due to INS visa issues. Read More»

Recent Comments