Fayette County

Mrs. Annie Elmina Moody, 103, of Fayetteville

Mrs. Annie Elmina Moody, 103, of Fayetteville, passed away on May 4, 2011.

She was preceded in death by her husband Comer Edward Moody and daughter Doris Patrick.

She is survived by her daughter Frances (Don) McKee; son Edward (Camille) Moody; five grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren; nine great-great-grandchildren; sister Ellen Moody; and several nieces and nephews. Read More»

Mr. Marvin Harold “Buss” Hill, 91, of Fayetteville

Mr. Marvin Harold “Buss” Hill, 91, of Fayetteville, passed away on May 3, 2011.

Mr. Hill proudly served in the U.S. Army and is a Veteran of WWII. He was a recipient of a Purple Heart Medal and a Bronze Star Medal.

He is preceded in death by his parents James Edward Hill and Emma Estelle Evans; eleven brothers and sisters. Read More»

Sheriff: eyes out for church-service bandits

A pair of criminals have been stealing items from unlocked cars in the middle of church services in north Fayette County, sheriff’s officials said.

Because of the brazen thefts, citizens are encouraged to call 911 if they see any suspicious activity just prior to or during church service.

The thieves have struck both New Hope Baptist Church and Flat Creek Baptist Church on April 17 and May 1, taking purses, credit cards, cellphones, GPS receivers and other items of value. Read More»

Claudette S. Biggio, 78, formerly of Fayetteville

Claudette S. Biggio, 78, of Newnan, GA, formerly of Fayetteville, GA, passed away May 3, 2011.

Mrs. Biggio was born in Hoboken, NJ to John Colbert & Anna Marie Bulger Colbert.

She was preceded in death by her husband Jerome Biggio.

She is survived by her children John Biggio & wife Karen of Byron Center, Michigan, Barbara Komestat & husband David of Williamson, GA, Andrea Swartz & husband Scott of Newnan, GA; grandchildren Samuel, Amanda, Anna, Thailer, Bryson, Caleb and sister Julia Pettitt of Bethesda, MD. Read More»

Pool bubble bid over budget

Swimming after summer’s over in Peachtree City will at least be a good bit more expensive than originally planned.

The only bid received by the city to manufacture and install a new “bubble” at the Kedron pools went $96,000 over budget, with a cost of $346,000, Leisure Services Director Randy Gaddo told the City Council Thursday night. Read More»

PTC to vote on Sunday alcohol sales

Peachtree City residents this fall will get to vote on whether to allow package alcohol sales on Sunday between 12:30 and 11:30 p.m.

The City Council voted Thursday night to put the referendum on the ballot for the upcoming municipal elections. In doing so, the city will not be spending extra money on a special election for the referendum question. Read More»

Council approves BSC warning light

With the pending widening of Ga. Highway 74 to four lanes, Peachtree City will pay just under $8,300 to install a flashing yellow warning light at the entrance to the city’s Baseball and Soccer Complex.

The cost was more than halved by using solar-powered beacons instead of those powered by conventional electricity.

And the Georgia Department of Transportation will be installing the lights, at a further savings to the city. Read More»

Bowling alley, shopping center plans postponed

A company proposing a new bowling alley off Ga. Highway 74 south near Rockaway Road in Peachtree City has asked for it to be postponed from a vote at this Monday’s planning commission meeting. Read More»

Two PTC men arrested on drug charges during golf cart safety check

Two Peachtree City men were arrested May 4 on drug and other charges during a golf cart safety check conducted by Peachtree City Police on the recreational path behind Ropers Path.

Kaland Shane Breeding, 20, was charged with possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, possession of a Schedule II substance, possession of a dangerous drug, possession of a Read More»

Food, items needed for Spalding Co. tornado victims

A donation center has been opened to assist victims from the tornados that hit Spalding County last week.

Donation center open in Griffin

A call has been put out for nonperishable food and other goods needed to help victims of last week’s tornados in Spalding County, where 341 homes and businesses were either damaged or destroyed.

Donations will be received at 819 Memorial Drive in Griffin, which will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., according to the Georgia Emergency Management Agency. Read More»

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