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F’ville’s Gold Wing bikers bring gifts to firefighters for kids

F’ville’s Gold Wing bikers bring gifts to firefighters for kids

Members of the Gold Wing Road Riders Motorcycle Club, Chapter P, Fayetteville, collected over 500 small stuffed animals to donate to the Fayette County Fire Station No. 4. Among the firemen accepting them to give to children at the various kinds of scenes they cover were firefighters Chris Atsalis, Clay Redman, Brad Boemanns, Daniel Vieira, Robbie Moore, Lt. Norman Gibby, and Capt. Randy Hitch. Linda Ruddy is the chapter president and the group meets each second Saturday evening at the IHOP in Fayetteville at 6 p.m. Photo/Special.

F’ville arrests 2 in botched Christmas Eve burglary

Fayetteville Police arrested two men on Christmas Eve for the attempted burglary of the Radio Shack store at the Fayette Pavilion. One of the men had been sought for the Dec. 18 burglary of the Sprint store at the Uptown Shopping Center on North Glynn Street. Read More»

Mailbox-checking burglars get guns, electronics in Kedron, Smokerise

Peachtree City Police are investigating three residential burglaries that occurred between Dec. 18-28 in subdivisions along North Peachtree Parkway. Read More»

PTC’s McMullen looks back

CUTLINE: Bernard McMullen (L), Peachtree City’s retiring city manager, enjoys a momento presented by Councilwoman Vanessa Fleisch at a reception in his honor at City Hall. Photo/John Munford.

As he wound down his tenure as city manager, Bernie McMullen said he is “looking forward to enjoying the city again.” His last official day is Dec. 31.

As part of his separation package, McMullen will be paid through the end of April 2011.

“I’m leaving a happy person,” McMullen said, noting his good fortune to have not only served as city manager, but the chance to make this his final job before retirement. Read More»

Police reports Dec. 21-27

The following arrests were reported by local law enforcement agencies for the past week. All persons are considered innocent until proven guilty:

Fayette County Sheriff’s Office
Tuesday, Dec. 21 - Monday, Dec. 27
Brian David Caul, 34, Queens Court, Riverdale, for possession of marijuana and no tag.
Jonise Latawon Douglas, 22, of Heather Circle, Riverdale, for probation violation.
Micarta Jermaine Eason, 36, of Ruffin Road, Dunn, N.C., for battery-family violence.
Melvon Texidor Rivera, 43, of Pirkle Road, Griffin, for DUI alcohol and lane violation. Read More»

PTC boy seriously injured after fall through gym roof

A 14-year-old Peachtree City boy is in serious but stable condition after falling through the Plexiglas skylight of the gym at Braelinn Elementary School on Dec. 23. The boy was one of four Peachtree City males ages 14-17 on the roof when the incident occurred, Peachtree City police said. Read More»

DOT to install flashing light at Baseball-Soccer Complex, Hwy. 74

The Georgia Department of Transportation has agreed to install a yellow flashing caution light at the intersection of Ga. Highway 74 south and the northern entrance to the Peachtree City Baseball and Soccer Complex.

Tuesday morning a contingent of city officials including Mayor Don Haddix and Councilmembers Vanessa Fleisch and Doug Sturbaum visited with the state’s DOT commissioner to urge a full traffic light be installed at the intersection. Read More»

Palmetto Youth League celebrates holidays

Palmetto Youth League celebrates holidays

These are just a few of the kids participating in the Palmetto Youth League’s first Holiday Celebration held the weekend before Christmas. A mountain of gifts were presented, along with Zumba dances with Amy Jaynes, caroling with Karletta Knox and plenty of refreshments.

The youth league will also sponsor Teen Night Jan. 14 at 7 p.m. Under the direction of Tara Miller, Teen Night is a new mentoring program emphasizing leadership and other teen guidance initiatives. Read More»

PTCPD plays Santa to Southland

PTCPD plays Santa to Southland

Southland Health and Rehabilitation in Peachtree City welcomes the Peachtree City Police Department to provide a Merry Christmas for their residents this year. The department’s response to the request for Christmas gifts for the residents overwhelmed the staff of Southland. Major Mike Dupree said that the response from the Peachtree City community and businesses was tremendous. Several of the officers helped Santa pass out gifts to the residents. From left are Major Mike Dupree, Captain Terry Ernst, Mr. and Mrs. Santa Claus (Mr. and Mrs. Read More»

Coweta Charter students collect canned goods

Coweta Charter students collect canned goods

The kindergarten students in Erica Pater’s class at the Coweta Charter Academy in Senoia were part of a successful school wide (grades K-3) effort to collect 2,000 canned goods for Coweta County’s less fortunate. Photo/Ben Nelms.

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