Charles David Croker of Tyrone

Mr. Charles David Croker of Tyrone passed away November 10, 2013. Read More»

Coston loses to Tyrone incumbent by 6 votes

Pota Coston, challenger for a seat on the Tyrone Town Council.

The votes were cast Tuesday night and the recount came on Thursday. When all was done, incumbent Tyrone Councilman Ken Matthews beat challenger Pota Coston by a slim margin of six votes in the race for the Post 3 council seat.

Matthews won the contest taking 659 votes while Coston received 653 votes. A total of 1,317 votes were cast, representing a 29.8 percent turnout of Tyrone’s approximately 4,000 registered voters. Read More»

First year’s apple harvest

Volunteers for the Real Life Center’s apple team show off apples they’ve picked from the Harvest for Real Life Orchard located on Dogwood Church property in Tyrone.

Volunteers for the Real Life Center’s apple team show off apples they’ve picked from the Harvest for Real Life Orchard located on Dogwood Church property in Tyrone. In the first first year of harvest, volunteers have picked over 3,350 lbs. of fresh produce to distribute for families in need. The fruit is distributed through the Real Life Center at 220 Parkade Cte in Peachtree City. For more information on how to get involved, visit the website, www.reallifecenter.org or call 770-631-9334. Photo/Special.

GriefShare holiday seminar set

Dogwood Church in Tyrone will offer GriefShare - Surviving the Holidays, a seminar, Wednesday, Nov. 20, from 7-9 p.m. The group will meet in the Atrium area of the church office.

The video offers suggestions on how to handle hard-hitting emotions during the holiday season and how to scale back on activities and holiday preparations. There will be a small group discussion to discuss concepts and to share concerns. Each attendee receives a Survival Guide containing over 30 days of devotional readings that target specific concerns faced by grieving people. Read More»

F’ville voter makes SPLOST decision

F’ville voter makes SPLOST decision

Christa Griffin of Fayetteville casts her vote Tuesday morning on the countywide special purpose local option sales tax. That was the only issue for Fayetteville voters to decide, unlike their counterparts in Peachtree City who will be picking a mayor and three council members. Tyrone voters also will be deciding one post on the town council. Election results will be posted online at www.TheCitizen.com. Photo/John Munford.

Voters sack sales tax; Haddix out as PTC mayor

County elections staff begins the process of sorting printouts from early voting machines.

Fleisch, Logsdon will battle for PTC mayor's seat; Coston loses by 6 votes in Tyrone

A majority of Fayette voters said "no" to a proposed countywide sales tax, and while Read More»

Daniel T. Earhart, age 57 of Tyrone

Mr. Daniel T. Earhart, age 57 of Tyrone, Ga. passed away on November 1, 2013.

He was born July 8, 1956 to Gordon and Eileen Earhart. He was a loving husband and father.

Daniel is survived by his wife, Marcia Earhart; a son, Dale Earhart; two daughters, Amanda Jones (Bryan), Ali McCraw (Hill); four grandchildren, Morgan Jones, Peyton Jones, Brady Jones and Mac McCraw and one brother, Bruce Earhart.

Carmichael-Hemperley Funeral Home & Crematory, 135 Senoia Road, Peachtree City, Ga. 30269 is in charge of these arrangements.

Tyrone to settle Post 3 race Tuesday

The time has come for Tyrone voters to have their say in the race for the Post 3 seat on the Tyrone Town Council.

Voters on Nov. 5 will choose between incumbent Councilman Ken Matthews and challenger Pota Coston.

Matthews, a disabled veteran raised in the Tyrone area, served on the Tyrone Planning Commission, the Tyrone Founders’ Day committee, is past president of the Rotary Club of Fayette Daybeak and works as a part-time Realtor.

“I envision seeing Tyrone progress in the future while maintaining the charm and beauty of a small town,” Matthews said. Read More»

Superheroes (and others) at Tyrone Town Hall

Tyrone town staff got into the Halloween spirit this week by dressing up as characters. Back row (L-R) are Jennifer Patton, Lynda Owens, Dina Rimi, Michelle Gaston, Beth Vaughn and Town Manager Kyle Hood. Front row (L-R): Sandy Beach and Dee Baker. Photo/Special.

Tyrone youngster seeks 'pitchers' for charity

Tyrone 7th grader Matthew Sherrod felt led to begin a charity to help children and families in need. Far from being content to just consider it, Matthew put his thoughts into action and formed the non-profit Pitches for Hope. The organization’s first fundraiser will be held on Nov. 9 in Peachtree City. Read More»

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