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Bringing Main Street into the iPad age

The annual Main Street Halloween costume contest in downtown Fayetteville featured costumes both old, new and creative too. Cole Gumerson wore a painstakingly detailed iPad costume, blending in with all the other animals and characters on display. The event also offered a hayride, music and food fare from the jointly-operated Market Day. Photo/John Munford.

Below, they say attention to detail is what makes the finest of costumes. Both Addison Lee (L) and Tristan Lee scored high in that regard at the annual Main Street Halloween costume contest in downtown Fayetteville. Addison in fact took home a first-place award in her age group. Photo/John Munford.

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It was not much of a surprise that the Peachtree City Council on Oct. 1 unanimously denied a variance request to reduce the 50-foot buffer on four residential lots along Robinson Road.

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