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Don't forget to renew your corporate registration

The Secretary of State's Corporations Division website was redesigned so corporate entities can renew their existing corporate entities online, form new corporate entities online, and provide their email address to receive future online renewal notices and other important notices electronically.

Now you can renew online; deadline is April 1

Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp today reminded officers and registered agents of corporate entities registered in Georgia that the annual renewal period deadline is Thursday, April 1. Read More»

Clayton State moves up Open House

The Clayton State University School of Graduate Studies is moving its next open house up a week, to Tuesday, Mar. 2. The open house will run from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. in room 101 of the University’s Harry S. Downs Center on the main campus in Morrow. Read More»

Work continues of 74 South widening

Work continues of 74 South widening

Earth moving crews continue to work Wednesday for the widening of Ga. Highway 74 South at Rockaway Road. Rockaway will be re-aligned to existing light at Holly Grove Road as part of the widening project.

Fire damages PTC home

Firefighters survey the damage at the rear of the home after the flames were extinguished.

A fire significantly damaged a home on Gelding Garth in Peachtree City Friday afternoon.

When firefighters arrived at 100 Gelding Garth, flames were visible from the rear of the home. The fire was deemed under control in about half an hour with about 20 firefighters responding to the scene, officials said. Read More»

Foul play not suspected in student's death

At this point, there have been no indications that foul play is involved with the Sunday death of a University of Georgia student at his mother’s Peachtree City home, police said Friday morning. Read More»

Tourism director resigns

The executive director of the Peachtree City Tourism Association has resigned, the association announced Friday morning.

Lauren Yawn, who has served in the position since 2005, has decided to pursue other opportunities, according to the news release submitted by the association.

Tourism Association Chairman Bill Bexley said the association would immediately begin a search to fill the position. Read More»

Imker OK with bridge vote

Peachtree City Councilman Eric Imker last week thought he had enough votes among his fellow council members to halt an estimated $45,000 design expenditure for the widening of the cart path bridge over Lake Peachtree.

As it turned out, Imker was the only council member voting in favor of postponing the project. After Councilman Doug Sturbaum suggested the bridge widening could be eligible for federal stimulus funds if the design were completed, the rest of council voted for the project to proceed: Sturbaum, council members Kim Learnard and Vanessa Fleisch and Mayor Don Haddix. Read More»

Governor Perdue recognizes PTC Eagle Scouts

Governor Perdue, Representative Matt Ramsey and three Eagle Scouts from Peachtree City.

Three new Eagle Scouts from Boy Scout Troop 75, chartered by the Peachtree City United Methodist Church, were recognized at the State Capitol during winter break by Governor Sonny Perdue and Representative Matt Ramsey. From left are Representative Ramsey, Carl Eifert, Governor Perdue, Ben Brettin, and Alex Pearson. All three scouts are seniors at McIntosh High School and they have been together in scouting since first grade when they started out as Tiger Cubs in Pack 181. Read More»

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