Fayette County

Starr Search 2011 this Thursday

Starr’s Mill High School’s Choral Department will showcase some of the best student talent in Fayette County at its annual talent show.

Starr Search 2011, to be held on Thursday, Feb. 17, at 7 p.m., will include a variety of acts—everything from bands, to vocal duets, to solo dancers. Acts will be judged by a panel that will award first-, second- and third-place cash prizes. Last year, first place honors were awarded to the vocalist duo of sisters Kari and Laura Lien. They won for their beautiful rendition of the song “Hallelujah” by Leonard Cohen. Read More»

PTC resident wins 2011 Global Media Award from ShelterBox

Christopher Dawson, CNN producer and Tom Henderson, ShelterBox founder. Photo/Joyce Boghosian

ShelterBox USA has presented CNN producer, Christopher Dawson with its 2011 Global Media Award for his efforts in delivering thorough and accurate coverage of the relief efforts that took place immediately following the earthquake in Haiti last January.  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»

New PTC light may get 'free' solar panel

When it comes to Peachtree City projects, the word “free” isn’t often bandied about.

In this case, however, Peachtree City could be saving $16,000 if the Georgia Department of Transportation is able to pitch in with some help.

The $16,000 represents the cost it would take for utility companies to route a power line to the location of a brand-new flashing yellow caution light that will be built at the city’s Baseball and Soccer Complex on Ga. Highway 74 south. Read More»

PTC loses $518K grant for gateway bridge

Brown favors $1.5M project to enhance shopping in the area

The price tag for Peachtree City’s proposed “gateway” cart path bridge over Ga. Highway 54 West has become even more expensive. The city has lost a $518,000 grant for the project, so an estimated $1.5 million is needed for the project to become a reality. Read More»

Winter wonderland

Winter wonderland

It wasn’t enough to close schools for the day, but Thursday morning’s snow added some ambiance to go with the cool temperatures in Peachtree City. Path users either bundled up for their walk/jog/run like this duo, or they put the flaps down on their carts to stay warm. Photo/John Munford.

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