Tyrone

Food available for 200 families Sept. 22

Mobile Food Pantry. Photo/Special.

Pictured above is the Mobile Food Pantry sponsored by the Atlanta Community Food Bank in partnership with the Real Life Center in Tyrone, working together to help families who are struggling to make ends meet. The mobile food pantry will be held this month at the Dogwood Church parking lot, 975 Ga. Hwy. 74 North,Tyrone on Sept 22 and will serve the first 200 eligible families. For more information, call the Real Life Center, 770-631-9334. Photo/Special.

Colonel David McCracken of Tyrone

Colonel David McCracken (United States Army Reserves) of Tyrone passed away September 2, 2011.

He is survived by his wife Tammy McCracken of Tyrone; children, Tyler Hindley of Ft. Bragg, NC; Connor McCracken of Tyrone; Maitlin McCracken of Tyrone; parents, Theo and Laura McCracken of New Castle, PA; siblings, Sharon Campbell; T.O. McCracken; Tressy Collins; Donna Domhoff; Laurie Mondlak; Peter Jambon and many nieces and nephews. Read More»

4 sign up for 2 posts in PTC Council elections, while 3 Tyrone races draw 6 contenders

The races are on in Peachtree City and Tyrone. Two contenders have qualified for each of two council seats in Peachtree City, and a whopping six candidates have qualified for three seats on the Tyrone Council, including the mayor’s post. Read More»

Tyrone state Sen. Ronnie Chance honored

Tyrone state Sen. Ronnie Chance honored

Republican Sen. Ronnie Chance of Tyrone, right, was presented last week with the 2011 Legislative Service Award by the Association County Commissioners of Georgia. Chance was one of 11 legislators to receive the award this year for his role in helping legislation of importance to Georgia counties. The award was presented immediately prior to a meeting of the Fayette County Board of Commissioners. Photo/John Munford.

Tyrone tables fire station sewer deal

The Tyrone Town Council at the Sept. 1 meeting voted unanimously to table an agreement with Fayette County pertaining to the provision of sewer service to the prospective fire station to be located on Jenkins Road and Ga. Highway 74. The decision related to several needed changes to the agreement that was approved in May. Read More»

Qualifying so far: 5 in F’ville, 4 in Tyrone, 0 in PTC

It’s put-up-or-shut-up time for municipal candidates in three Fayette cities this week. To be on the ballot this fall, candidates in Fayetteville, Tyrone and Peachtree City have to file official paperwork and pay qualifying fees this week. Read More»

Frady, Horgan and Hearn refuse to help taxpayers

Dear Chairman Herb Frady, Commissioner Robert Horgan and Commissioner Lee Hearn,

Many of the citizens of Fayette County have developed a keen interest in local politics over the last couple of years. Unfortunately, this interest wasnt created out of admiration of your actions.

Our interest in your actions originated out of distrust and a yearning to save the community we hold so dear.

Any budgetary process, whether its your personal finances or the management of a county government, depends upon your ability to make modifications as the economic environment changes. Read More»

Some Kedron residents say keep that cell tower out of our area

A new cell tower is on its way to the south Tyrone area, which has nearby residents in Peachtree City’s Kedron Hills subdivision concerned.

The tower site is some 303 feet from the nearest adjacent property line, claims cell tower developer Site Concepts Inc, Georgia. Read More»

Clowning around at Tyrone Centennial celebration

Clowning around at Tyrone Centennial celebration

Two of Tyrone’s finest, Det. Phillip Nelson (left),a birthday clown and Chief Brandon Perkins, were among the throngs of people to attend the town’s 100th anniversary celebration Aug. 20 at Shamrock Park. The event that began at 4 p.m. and ran until dark included birthday cupcakes, live music, a fishing rodeo and plenty of activities for the kids. Photo/Ben Nelms.

New books to read at Tyrone Elementary

New books to read at Tyrone Elementary

Students are back in school and eager to get their hands on a shipment of brand new books that arrived this past week at Tyrone Elementary. Clockwise from bottom left: Nour Raslan, Daisy Hooper, Hailee Henson, Madison Davis, Gabe Krzykwa, Lexi Lino, Jay Hooper, Myles Roberts, Maddy Roberts, Olivia Lohr, Laura Jawad, Seated is Mrs. Marshall (Library-Media Specialist). Photo/Christy Holmes.

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