The MOMS Cub is sponsoring a Spirit Night at Chick Fil-A Dwarf House, 221 Banks Station today from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Bring the kiddos out in their best princess and pirate finery to enjoy the fun! We’ll have face painting and a free throw contest! MOMS Club of Fayetteville will get a portion of the proceeds to support the Church Street Park Improvement Project,
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Steve Brown will face at least two challengers for his Post 3 seat on the county commission in the May primary.
Former Peachtree City mayors Harold Logsdon and Don Haddix have announced they would also seek election to the seat currently held by Brown, who was re-elected as chairman by his fellow commissioners earlier this year.
Logsdon was the only Republican candidate to qualify in full by Monday at 2:30 p.m. The local Democratic Party has not yet responded to a request for which candidates have qualified to run.
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It will be a major inconvenience for many users of the golf cart path system in Peachtree City, but the path bridge spanning Lake Peachtree will close temporarily beginning March 12.
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Tyrone Elementary School is sitting vacant after being closed last year. But an effort that involves the town, the Fayette County School System, the Atlanta Regional Commission (ARC) and other stakeholders is unfolding in a way that could lead to a new use for the facility located on Senoia Road in the center of the town.
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Senoia resident Sessily Hancock hones her outdoor shooting skills with the help of instructor Chris Hargrove as part of the recent home protection course offered to Senoia residents. For more information on future home protection courses, contact Crystal Boudreaux at 770-727-9273. Photo/ Special.
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The Starr’s Mill Lady Panthers soccer team escaped Sharpsburg Friday night with a 3-2 overtime win over East Coweta.
The only goal of the first half came in the 14th minute when Rachel Catlett sent a corner kick into the box for Jenna Currin to finish.
East Coweta took the lead with 14 minutes left in the second half, but Molly Moroney tied the score two minutes later.
The Lady Panthers got the win on a long throw by Lauren Yoss that bounced around in the box before Currin
forced it home.
The team improved its record to 4-1-0 on the season and will travel Tuesday to Westminster.
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MONDAY, MARCH 3
BASEBALL: McIntosh at Newnan; Greenville at Fayette County; Tri-Cities at Sandy Creek.
LACROSSE: Lovett at Whitewater (boys).
SOCCER: Brookstone at OLM.
TUESDAY, MARCH 4
BASEBALL: ELCA at Landmark.
LACROSSE: Northgate at McIntosh (boys); South Forsyth at Starr’s Mill (girls).
SOCCER: McIntosh at Creekside; Starr’s Mill at Westminster; Allatoona at Whitewater (girls); Whitewater at Etowah (boys); Alexander at Fayette County; Sandy Creek at OLM; Douglas County at Landmark.
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Never thought I would ever see so much money, and yet it was just lying there for the taking. All I had to do was get to it before my three brothers and the riches would be mine.
This was easier said than done when you’re the youngest and only 8 years old. Trickery would definitely be called for.
We stood in the parking lot of the Piggly Wiggly, frozen just for a moment at the sight. Not one, but two 20-dollar bills tumbled across the asphalt propelled by a stiff March wind.
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John Holloway was a pastor to me, one of two men in my life who completely fulfilled that role. I first met him in 1995 when, after he called me on the telephone in response to an inquiry I made, we met for lunch in Griffin, Ga.
He and I shared some common ground. We had both served as United Methodist pastors, both had been influenced by the charismatic movement, were both married to strong, capable women, and both had three sons — although he would add a daughter some years later.
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Posted at 12:04 p.m. Friday
The Peachtree City Police Department is seeking the public’s help in finding a missing juvenile with special needs who wandered off from an office building in the Westpark area a short time after 11 a.m. today.
Zachary, 12, was last seen in the area of Ga. Highways 54 and 74. He is described as a white male, 4’5″ weighing 80 pounds, with brown eyes and dark hair. He was wearing a light blue sweatshirt, a red and white checkered shirt, tan camouflage pants and brown leather sandals.
Anyone spotting Zachary is asked to call 911 immediately.
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