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Burn headlights to support After School Programs Oct. 21

Burn your car’s headlights on October 21 to support “Lights on Afterschool” and the nearly 1,400 elementary-aged students and their families who rely on the Fayette County Public School System’s After School Program (ASP) for a safe alternative to staying at home alone.

The Afterschool Alliance’s 11th annual Lights on Afterschool is a national event that calls attention to the importance of afterschool programs and the resources required to keep the lights on Read More»

Open Street Map 'party' in downtown Fayetteville

The City of Fayetteville and Open Street Map are seeking volunteers to help collect data of Downtown Fayetteville that will help create a new, user-friendly, online map of the city.  The “party” is being held on Saturday, Nov. 6 from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.  Volunteers will meet at the Gazebo and be designated different sections of downtown to record street names, crosswalks, traffic signals, business names and much more.  Read More»

Missions group relocating to PTC

An evangelical Christian mission agency has announced it will relocate its U.S. headquarters to Peachtree City in August of next year.

Africa Inland Mission will be moving from its current headquarters in Pearl River, NY, but the move is contingent on the sale of that building, the company said in a news release.

Africa Inland Mission is an evangelical Christian mission agency serving in over 20 African nations and dedicated to seeing Christ-centered churches established and thriving among all African peoples. Read More»

Coweta, Fayette families flock to EMC’s 63rd Annual Member Celebration

Dr. Bidemi Leyimu discusses health concerns with Ed Parrot at the Piedmont Newnan Hospital health fair during the EMC’s Oct. 9 celebration. Photo/Coweta-Fayette EMC.

Over 2,500 people turned out for Coweta-Fayette EMC’s Member Appreciation Day, held Oct. 9 on a picture-perfect fall morning at cooperative headquarters in Palmetto. Read More»

More wins for Creek, Mercy and Whitewater

Sandy Creek quarterback Ronnie Bell. Photo/Michael Boylan.

The temperature got colder as the night wore on, but several local teams stayed hot, picking up important region wins. Sandy Creek and East Coweta both remained undefeated, while Whitewater and Our Lady of Mercy Read More»

Peachtree City advises caution when charging golf carts

To prevent potential explosions, Peachtree City residents are being advised to charge their golf carts either outdoors or with the garage door open, city fire officials said this week.
The carts when charging emit hydrogen gas, which can cause an explosion or flash fire, officials cautioned. It is also recommended that carts be charged away from any open flame including those for gas water heaters, officials said. Read More»

Expansion section to PTC Dog Park now open

The Peachtree City Dog Park Association (PTCDPA) recently held the grand opening of its one acre park expansion recentl. Peachtree City Mayor Don Haddix and Council Member Vanessa Fleisch were there to cut the ribbon.

There was a large crowd of dog owners and dogs present for the festivities. The expansion project increases the park’s size to over three acres and includes a significant amount of additional shade for the warm sunny days. Future plans for the expansion area include a large seating pavilion. Read More»

Starr's Mill JV player recovering from injury

Starr's Mill JV player recovering from injury

A player on the Starr’s Mill junior varsity football team is recovering from emergency surgery after he was injured during Thursday night’s game at Northgate.

Grant Aasen, a sophomore, suffered a whiplash injury, according to Starr’s Mill Read More»

Expect some heavy traffic, road closings for PTC Classic tomorrow

The Peachtree City Police Department is reminding all citizens and motorists that the 2010 Peachtree Classic Road Race will be held tomorrow between 8 and 11 a.m. Read More»

F'ville woman arrested for identity fraud

Fayette County Sheriff’s Investigators made an arrest on Oct. 12 in connection with an identity theft case which was reported on Oct. 7. Investigators have arrested Fayetteville resident Sabrina NeeSmith on six counts of identity fraud and one count of possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. Read More»

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