Peachtree City

Woods-Snyder wedding

Mr. & Mrs. Snyder

Kaye Michelle Woods and Jonathan Philipp Snyder were married in the Campbell Courtyard at the Wyndham Peachtree, Peachtree City, April 2, 2011. Michael Zajas, of Mesa, Ariz., conducted the ceremony.

The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Woods of Peachtree City and the granddaughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Byron Woods, of Hapeville, and Margaret Rafferty and the late Armp Rafferty, of Owensboro, Ky. Read More»

Peachtree City mom and son Pedal for Pets

Wendy Maguire is passionate about animals. Her own dogs and cats are well loved. But animals that are chained up, neglected, abused and homeless break her heart. “I wish I could adopt them all,” said Wendy.

Instead, she’s making a difference by raising funds in a ride for The Georgia Heartland Humane Society Free Spay/Neuter Clinic.   She refers to the two women, Jane Reed and Jill Whiskers who started this crusade three months ago as “bonafide heroes.” Read More»

Help sought in 3 PTC apartment burglaries

The Peachtree City Police Department is investigating three daytime burglaries that happened between July 25-29 at the Camden Apartments.

In each case, the burglars gained access by kicking in the front door, police said. Items taken from the units included electronics and other miscellaneous property, police said.

Camden Apartments is located just off MacDuff Parkway and Ga. Highway 54. Read More»

PTC Council to hear about intersection issues, Dividend Drive pavement

The Peachtree City Council will conduct a workshop meeting Tuesday, Aug. 2 at 6:30 p.m. to discuss traffic issues at the intersection of Peachtree Parkway and Loring Lane, along with the pavement evaluation of Dividend Drive, the main thoroughfare through the city's industrial park.

The workshop will be held at City Hall. No formal vote is expected from council on either matter, as workshops are traditionally held for information sharing purposes.

Bryan Adams at 'The Fred' Friday

Bryan Adams. Photo/Special.

The Fred will play host to one of the world’s most highly acclaimed musicians on Friday, August 5.  Bryan Adams Bare Bones Tour is the fifth concert in the BMW of South Atlanta summer concert series. Read More»

PTC may disband development authority

Is there room in Peachtree City’s economic development plan for the Development Authority of Peachtree City? That was the question on the minds of DAPC members as they met for the first time since March in light of a funding cut-off by the Peachtree City Council. Read More»

PTC changes alcohol distances

New colleges could have affected Westpark businesses

Peachtree City has tweaked its alcohol license distance requirements to accommodate existing businesses in the Westpark Walk shopping center.

The reason for the change, according to city staff, is the impact of colleges moving into office buildings in the Westpark area, which could have impacted businesses in the Westpark Walk shopping center. Among those are Carrabbas, El Ranchero, Pascal’s Bistro and City Tap.

Both Atlanta Christian College and Clayton State University have been leasing space in buildings near Westpark, officials said. Read More»

TDK celebrates 25 years in Peachtree City

A TDK employee uses a microscope to examine a number of chip capacitors for quality control. Photo/File.

Peachtree City’s TDK Components USA is celebrating its 25th anniversary in Peachtree City.

Its mission is slightly different from when it opened in the city’s industrial park in the summer of 1986. Back then, the company produced VCR and audio cassette tapes before transitioning to recordable compact discs.

Although TDK is no longer involved in media production, the Peachtree City facility has always produced multilayer chip capacitors, and that production continues to this very day. Read More»

PTC OK’s concessions for pool, deck at two homes

A variance to the rear setback of a home in the Fairfield subdivision was granted by the Peachtree City Council last week, allowing the homeowners to add a deck to the rear of their home.

Council also agreed, in a separate matter, to abandon a portion of an unused easement to allow the homeowners at 108 Nettlecure Court to build a in-ground swimming pool in their backyard. Read More»

More than a drill for these PTC students

More than a drill for these PTC students

Some 12 students were put through the paces recently in a mock disaster drill, the cap of their training under the Community Emergency Response Team program offered by the Peachtree City Police Department. These trainees carry out a “victim” from the disaster scene as they worked to triage the remaining victims. The CERT program prepares individuals to help themselves, their family and their neighbors in the event of a disaster. Topics include lifesaving skills, how to help victims, managing utilities and small fires and also organizing spontaneous volunteers. Photo/Special.

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