Parade will bring traffic to Fayetteville Saturday afternoon

The Fayetteville Police Department wants to make motorists aware of traffic delays in the downtown area on Saturday, December 3.

The square in Fayetteville will be shut down on Saturday, December 3, starting at 4:15 p.m. The closing will last approximately one hour.

Georgia Highway 85 and Georgia Highway 54 will be shut down in both directions surrounding the square. The use of North Jeff Davis Drive and Jimmie Mayfield Boulevard are recommended for use as detours when traveling north or south through the city during this time. Read More»

Area set to light up trees, usher in the holidays

Area set to light up trees, usher in the holidays

Christmas is less than a month away and the local cities and towns will kick off the holidays with tree lightings, parades and other festivities this weekend. Read More»

Christmas with the Southern Crescent Chorale, Dec. 4

Many patrons consider the annual concert Christmas with the Southern Crescent Chorale to be the official beginning of the holiday season. This year’s concert will again be a fantastic way to begin your celebrations. Sponsored by Fayetteville Edward Jones Financial Advisors Bruce Dickerson and Michele Hall, the concert will be held on Sunday, Dec. 4 at 3 p.m. at First Presbyterian Church in Peachtree City. Read More»

DePoy to discuss new book at PTC Library Sunday

The Friends of the Peachtree City Library are pleased to present Edgar Award-winning novelist Phillip DePoy. Mr. DePoy will be coming to the Peachtree City Library on Sunday, December 4th to discuss A Corpse’s Nightmare, the sixth in the acclaimed Fever Devilin mystery series. Read More»

Five steps to dry eye relief

Dry eye symptoms often worsen as winter begins according to Dr. John Henahan of Spectrum Eyecare In Peachtree City. “As we heat our homes to stay comfortable in the winter, it causes the ambient humidity to drop dramatically. This causes our tear layer to evaporate more quickly and our eyes to feel drier”, says Dr. Henahan. Read More»

Hometown Holiday events kick off in Peachtree City

Santa's helper is backed up by carolers at last year's Hometown Holiday program. Photo/Special.

Don the golf cart with garland and holly, pack up the family and head to The Fred Amphitheater for the annual Hometown Holiday program on Saturday, Dec. 3. This family-friendly event is free to the public and promises to possess all of the ingredients needed to get you in the Christmas spirit.

The hour-long program is packed with local talent including performances by Twilight Theater, Peachtree Wind Ensemble, The Cratchit Family and Carolers from A Company of Friends Productions, Legacy Dance Stars, Music Schools International and local singers Paige McCauley and Alison Chambers. Read More»

Ceremony in PTC to remember Pearl Harbor attack

The Commemorative Air Force (CAF) Dixie Wing and local veterans organizations will join forces on Sunday, December 4, 2011 to host Peachtree City’s fourth annual observance of National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day. The program will be held at the Historical Airpower Facility, Falcon Field 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Read More»

Last F’ville Market Day of the season

Last F’ville Market Day of the season

Cool temperatures could not keep shoppers away from the season’s final installment of Fayetteville Market Day held Nov. 19 around the gazebo in downtown Fayetteville. Here a family inspects potential holiday gifts. Photo/Ben Nelms.

A Boogie Woogie Christmas

Haley, Courtney and Jordan Godwin as The Andrews Sisters. Photo/Special.

Sisters play 'The Andrews Sisters' in show at Legacy Theatre

This Christmas season, The Legacy Theatre in Tyrone invites you to step back in time as it presents the regional premiere of “The Andrews Sisters: Christmas of Swing.” More than just a musical review of 1940s swing music, this family-friendly show is a hilarious, endearing, and at times poignant homage to America’s greatest generation. Read More»

STG prepares a 'Christmas Gift'

STG prepares a 'Christmas Gift'

Terry and Celia Hoffman, longtime members of Southside Theatre Guild in Fairburn, took in a play last year at Stone Mountain ART Station called “Christmas Gift.” The play was based upon a story written by Fayette County resident Dr. Ferrol Sams Jr. After seeing the show, the Hoffmans talked to the playwright, David Thomas, about bringing the show to the theater in Fairburn this year at Christmas. Read More»

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