No Ebola – 5 W. Africa kids cleared by Fayette schools in Aug.

With the Ebola virus making news worldwide, questions have surfaced in Fayette County about whether any of the children in the school system had recently come from countries in west Africa. The answer is that five children entered the school system in early August and were subject to the 21-day monitoring process using guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Those children showed no signs of illness. Read More»

Tigers fall 35-7 at Woodward

The Fayette County Tigers (3-4, 1-1) fell behind on the game’s first play and trailed by 29 points before getting their first score in the second half of a 35-7 loss at Woodward Academy. Read More»

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One of the ghostly visitors at the Fayetteville Cemetery on Oct. 17 and 18 for the annual Cemetery Spirit Walk was John Henry "Doc" Holliday. Any resemblance to Fayette resident Lance Gault was strictly coincidental. Photo/Ben Nelms.
Zombies gone wild
Graphic provided by the Peachtree City Planning Dept.
Sample Fayette County General Election ballot from the county Elections Board website.
'Could you be more specific?'
'I can help you throw away your medal'
Guest conductor Millie Lanier Turek, who is directing Masterworks Chorale’s fall tribute to “The Star-Spangled Banner." Photo/Submitted.
The plane that turned the tide of WWII in the Pacific
Karen Hoyt, director of Children’s Ministries at Hopewell United Methodist Church in Tyrone, worked with the children and adults to clean up the courtyard at Robert J. Burch Elementary last month.
Women’s ministry leaders (L-R) Anna Brown, Amanda Gonzales and Lisa Fodero prepare for the big simulcast event at Peachtree City. Christian Church. Photo/Special.