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Fayette to reopen old jail at cost of $1.6 million
The Fayette County Board of Commissioners last week moved to spend more than $1.6 million to get the old county jail facility ready to put back into use.
Fayette schools buy 19 new buses for $1.6 million
Brooks buys building for new library
PTC Council eyes lake expenses
Will F’ville allow more townhomes? Vote is Thursday
Fayette legislators get earful on tax bill
A lesson in life
I was a teenager 65 years ago, but I have a feeling teenage attitudes haven’t changed much.
Take my Son
Some cautions about youth sports
Anti-district voting diehards uninformed
Bibi at the barricade
Pay gap or honesty gap?
Students can submit short environmental films to contest
High school students in Fayette and Coweta counties are invited to participate in the Metropolitan North Georgia Water Planning District’s 2015 High School Video Contest.
Rotary Club inducts new members
Local MSU Bulldogs having a 'Meet & Greet' in Tyrone
30th Annual Kiwanis Club Art & Music Showcase scheduled for March 23
Fayetteville woman appears on 'The Price is Right'
Ideas for 'Fix a Leak Week' in Fayette, Coweta counties
Golfer's drive continues at 83
If the “Fountain of Youth” really exists, it may be at the Canongate golf courses in Fayette and Coweta counties.
High school sports calendar (March 3-9)
Volleyball signups extended
Chiefs win first track meet of season
Extension office offers seed propagation workshop
The Fayette County Extension office will offer a propagation workshop on Saturday, March 14. The workshop, “Starting Plants from Seeds; Cost Effective Ways to Garden,” begins at 10 a.m.
Southern Crescent Chorale, pianist Shai Wosner to appear at Spivey Hall
Optimists flip pancakes for sports
Senoia Optimist Club cooks up some spring barbecue
Easter Egg Hunt is set for March 28
Racing season opens with revamped track in Senoia
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