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Crabapple Lane 5th-grader used training to stop student from choking Quick thinking on the part of Crabapple Lane Elementary School student Frank Nevarez, Jr. recently... [Read More]
Every year the CARE (Children at Risk in Education) Angel Tree project collects gifts to fulfill the Christmas wishes of students in the Fayette County... [Read More]
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Seasonal, part time help needed at The Fur Pet Resort. Previous Experience with animals preferred. Must be able to work all Holidays and... [Read More]
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Azalea Estates Dietary Support -Full time Cook preparing meals for senior population. Experience in prepping, preparing, and presenting meals. Shifts vary including weekends. Benefits include... [Read More]
It must be nearing year-end because the "words of the year" have been released. Dictionary.com follows each year's most meaningful events and "look-up" trends. The... [Read More]
Anna Marie Young-Hooks was born November 27, 1928, in Meridian, Mississippi, to the late Bishop Roy Lee Young, Sr. and Estella Oatis-Young of Meridian, Mississippi.... [Read More]
Dual left-turn lanes planned for MacDuff; PTC Council asks state DOT to repave Hwy. 54 from the Clayton County line, heading west Another transportation project... [Read More]
It has been eight years since Peachtree City Post 3 Councilwoman Kim Learnard took office. It was at the Dec. 7 council meeting that Learnard,... [Read More]
The only way to make a difference is to be the difference. That was the case for Peachtree City nonprofit HNL (Hole Nother Level) that... [Read More]
The period of Dec. 3-10 came with eight entering auto incidents in Peachtree City and four in Fayetteville. An entering auto incident occurred on Dec.... [Read More]
Peachtree City Police Department's Light Up the Night Toy Drive is in full swing. There are still a few remaining opportunities to help make Christmas... [Read More]
Rebecca S. (Sue) Slagle, 87, of Fayetteville passed into eternity on November 28, 2017. Sue was born in Richmond, Ky. on April 29, 1930, to... [Read More]
Mrs. Bobbie Foles of Peachtree City passed away December 11, 2017.   She is survived by her husband, Willie Foles of Peachtree City; children, Shelby Foles... [Read More]
Rooms full of racket and nonstop commotion drive a person nuts. You want to clap hands over your ears and flee. This is the case... [Read More]
Your editorial "Thankful for Trump?" appeared in the November 29-30, 2017 of our local paper, The Citizen. Although I could address several issues with which... [Read More]
In Communist countries, it was understood that to get certain jobs, especially ones in the government or academia, you had to be a member of... [Read More]
Just before 8 a.m. Sunday, December 7, 1941, hundreds of Japanese fighter planes descended on a base, where they destroyed the lives of more than... [Read More]
Pope Francis was quick to condemn President Trump for relocating the Israel American Embassy and recognizing Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. The Pope sides... [Read More]
J.C. Booth 8th Grade Chorus students performed seasonal music at the Georgia Governor's Mansion on Dec. 5. They were treated to a tour of the... [Read More]
Members of the Spirit of McIntosh Band and Color Guard marched in the Children's Healthcare of Atlanta parade on Dec. 2. Photo/Submitted. [Read More]
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