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Helping the furry friends

Helping the furry friends

Pedal for Pets founder Wendy Maguire couldn’t resist spending time with Teddy, at left, and his mom, Fancy. These and other four-legged critters, all hoping to be adopted, attended the Holiday Tent Sale held a Maguire’s in Senoia . A portion of the proceeds from the tent sale benefitted Ga. Heartland Humane Society, Newnan Coweta Humane Society and BullyWag, Inc. For more information on Pedal for Pets visit www.pedalforpets.org or visit them on Facebook. Photo/Ben Nelms.

For a good cause

For a good cause

Six Piedmont Newnan Hospital leaders accepted the ice bucket challenge to benefit ALS right on the front lawn of the hospital Friday afternoon. Chief Financial Officer John Miles, Chief Nursing Officer Jason Smith, Chief Operating Officer Nathan Nipper, Chief Medical Officer Jeffrey Folk, Executive Director of Human Resources Clay Boyles and Chief Executive Officer Mike Robertson are shown in this photo right after they all got doused with buckets full of ice water. You can watch the entire video of the event on facebook.com/piedmontnewnanhospital. Photo/Submitted.

Happy anniversary

Happy anniversary

Gloria and Raymond Costa of Newnan celebrated their 55th wedding anniversary inside Piedmont Newnan Hospital Aug.22. While it wasn’t the idea place to be on such a special occasion, the hospital staff tried to make the best out of it. They surprised the couple with gourmet meals made up of grilled salmon, Fettuccine Alfredo, fruit salad served in a champagne glass and – for dessert – carrot cake dribbled with raspberry sauce. Gloria and Raymond married in 1959, right after Raymond returned from Seoul, South Korea where he served with the 618th Medical Clearing Company. Read More»

Supporting alzheimer's

Supporting alzheimer's

Supporting Alzheimer’s Read More»

Lions Club helps clinic

Lions Club helps clinic

The Fayette CARE Clinic would like to thank the Lions Club of Peachtree City for donating a Binocular Indirect Ophthalmoscope. The Fayette CARE Clinic provides the uninsured residents of Fayette County with healthcare services such as medical, dental, vision, chiropractic care, dermatology, cardiology, gynecology, education and mental health services. With the help of the Georgia Lions Lighthouse Foundation and Dr. Nancy Barr, the Fayette CARE Clinic is able to offer approximately 30 patients a month with vision services. Read More»

Olympic hero talks to Rotary

Olympic hero talks to Rotary

Peachtree City is home to a lot of famous people. Ralph Boston is one such celebrity. In 1961, Ralph broke the long-jump world record that had been held by Jesse Owens for 25 years. He was the first human to jump over 27 feet.He won the gold medal at the Summer Olympics in Rome. He followed up with Silver and Bronze medals in the 1964 and 1968 Olympics respectively before retiring. Read More»

PTC Council: ‘No’ to major westside changes

By JOHN THOMPSON
jthompson@TheCitizen.com

Peachtree City’s biggest residential development in years is coming under intense scrutiny from the City Council.

During Thursday’s City Council meeting, the council tabled the developer’s request for major text amendment changes to the city’s LUR-14 Limited Use Residential zoning ordinance. Read More»

Imker PTC budget bomb stuns staff

Peachtree City Councilman Eric Imker gives his spreadsheet presentation of the new budget proposal at the Aug. 21 council meeting. Photo/John Thompson.
No tax hike, but now what? Mayor Fleisch charges she was blindsided; Imker says city staff had been notified, offers detailed defense

F’ville cops look for 2 armed home invaders

Fayetteville police are investigating possible leads in an Aug. 19 armed home invasion on Lakepoint Lane off Redwine Road where two residents were tied up with duct tape and robbed. Read More»

Leadership Fayette transforms for 2014 graduates

The Leadership Fayette Class of 2014 poses for a graduation photo by the Chamber of Commerce.

The Fayette Chamber of Commerce honored the Leadership Fayette Class of 2014 at a luncheon and graduation ceremony Aug. 21. The class comprised Fayette County business and community leaders who participated in the eight-month leadership program designed to increase their knowledge and awareness of how our community works and build relationships with local leaders. The program highlighted the interdependencies between sectors of the local economy and the interrelationships of local issues, challenges and opportunities. Read More»