Monthly Archives: January 2016

Booth Middle says carbon monoxide problem fixed

School system officials say they have resolved a carbon monoxide issue at J.C. Booth Middle School that left parents irate and concerned for the safety of their children. In two letters to Booth parents, Principal Steve Greene laid out what occurred. On Monday, the boiler at the school malfunctioned, causing carbon monoxide to be drawn…

Setup For Success

by Russell Cooks Alexis Broadwater is one of the most prolific volleyball players in Sandy Creek High School history. The two-time County and Area Volleyball Player Of The Year, Broadwater is a beast in volleyball, but You are not going to believe how she made it to the top of her class. The Beginning From…

PTC not yet ready to open sewer service to Tyrone

For now, Peachtree City is not quite ready to extend their sewer lines to Tyrone. At Thursday night’s city council meeting, Peachtree City came up with a lot more questions that need to be answered before they are ready to fully offer the partnership. Peachtree City Water and Sewerage Authority (PCWASA) General Manager Stephen Hodge…

Sheriff’s investigators capture six home invasion suspects

Fayette County Sheriff’s deputies have now arrested all six suspects connected to the Dec. 2 home invasion and armed robbery that reportedly took place in the Kenwood Landings Mobile Home Park off Milam Road near Hwy. 74. Twenty-year-old Eugene N Butler and 19-year-old Kedric D McGhee, both of Clayton County, were the latest suspects to…

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