Fayette County

Mrs. Ruth A. White, 86, of Fayetteville

Mrs. Ruth A. White, 86, of Fayetteville, passed away July 18 2011.

Mrs. White is preceded in death by her husband Harry R. White, Sr.

She is survived by her children, Harry “Ronald” and Loretta White of Newnan, Ken and Sherrill Chambers of Fayetteville; Ray and Pamela White of Fayetteville and Alice White of Savannah; ten grandchildren; fifteen great-grandchildren; two great-great-grandchildren; nieces and nephews. Read More»

Local lawman finds Clayton murder suspect

Riverdale teen accused of shooting Clayton Co. deputy

A suspect wanted for murdering a Clayton County sheriff’s deputy in Riverdale earlier today was spotted this evening by a Fayette County investigator participating in the manhunt, The Citizen has learned.

Jonathan Bun, 17 of Riverdale was arrested early this evening as more than 200 law enforcement officers from surrounding agencies participated in the search.
Deputies and detectives from the Fayette County Sheriff’s Office took part in the search, including the Hawk 1 aviation unit. Read More»

Fayette property tax assessment appeals work their way through process

The mid-June deadline for appealing property assessment notices has ended and the appeal process is underway for those contesting the assigned value of their property. Fayette County Chief Appraiser Joel Benton said that process will include the appeal of 2,605 parcels and will take several months to complete. Read More»

Latchkey kid at age 5: F’ville woman arrested on cruelty charges

Thirty-year-old Fayetteville resident Adrienne Reshay Bunkley was arrested July 19 on charges of cruelty to children after a neighbor found her 5-year-old daughter on the driveway of Bunkley’s Cornwallis Way residence. Bunkley was at work at the time.

Fayetteville Police spokesperson Steve Crawshaw said Bunkley was charged with second-degree cruelty to children. Read More»

PTC Council to consider new E-911 tax, bond payoff

A move that would result in citizens paying additional property taxes to fund the county’s Emergency-911 system will be considered by the Peachtree City Council Thursday night. Read More»

PTC Council may censure mayor

According to an email from Peachtree City, the city council tomorrow night will consider censuring Mayor Don Haddix "and call for corrective action in order to protect and better serve the citizens of Peachtree City."

A resolution prepared for the matter claims Haddix "has created an untenable work environment by publicly belittling and criticizing current and former city employees, elected officials and appointed officials, resulting in at least one lawsuit with related costs to the city." Read More»

PTC police urge caution to avoid vehicle break-ins

With an increasing number of items being stolen from motor vehicles, Peachtree City police are urging residents to take steps to prevent such crimes.

The city has seen an uptick in thefts from motor vehicles, both those parked in driveways in neighborhoods and also those in public parking lots, police said.

Residents are always urged to lock their vehicle’s doors, even if parked at home in the driveway, and also to avoid leaving valuables in plain sight, such as GPS units, laptops, cellphones, purses and wallets.

Police also advise to: Read More»

TCBY’s newly restored truck delivers street treats

TCBY of Peachtree City owner Mike Murtaugh, right, with son, John, and the TCBY truck. Photo/Michael Boylan.

Since opening at the Braelinn Village Shopping Center in Peachtree City, TCBY has won over a lot of fans with their delicious treats and funky decor. It was only a matter of time before owner Mike Murtaugh was asked if he could bring some of that TCBY magic to fundraising events at schools, churches and other community activities. Read More»

Sister’s Sweet Creations hope to be part of many memorable occasions

Sister’s Sweet Creations hope to be part of many memorable occasions

Sister’s Sweet Creations is a full service bakery located at 2000 Shakerag Hill, Suite B in Peachtree City. Owned by Catherine Simpson, the bakery offers fresh baked cakes, cupcakes, cookies, breakfast pastries, wedding cakes, specialty cakes, gift baskets and much more. Read More»

Banks Crossing Kroger wants to put in gas pumps, store

Grocery shoppers at the northside Kroger in Fayetteville may soon be able to fill up their gas tanks if a proposal before the Fayetteville Planning and Zoning Commission is approved.

The Kroger on North Glynn Street is proposing to install a 785-square-foot walk-in gasoline station and convenience store as an accessory structure at its Banks Crossing store. The facility would include six pump islands with six double-sided fuel dispensers, according to development plans.

The station would be situated between the Taco Bell restaurant to the south and Popeye’s restaurant to the north. Read More»

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