Fayette early voting extends through Friday

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Election Day is next week and the time for advanced voting will end Oct. 31. With those deadlines looming, it is time for Fayette County voters to have their say on local and statewide races and two proposed constitutional amendments. Read More»

Ebola protocols change again for local schools

The Ga. Dept. of Public Health (DPH) issued an Oct. 24 update on the Ebola virus for Georgia educators. Students who have traveled to an affected country will undergo the 21-day monitoring by school staff and/or health department staff. Read More»

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Rolin Isaacs. Photo from Fayette County Sheriff's Department.
Erin Meurer, rescue coordinator for Fayette Animal Hospital, holds Maddy, a 4-month-old bulldog mix, recovering from burns most likely caused by an over-the-counter flea prevention treatment. Photo/Bethan Adams.
'Could you be more specific?'
'I can help you throw away your medal'
The Queen of Hearts. Photo/Submitted
Who are these cuties? A group of staff at Fayetteville City Hall on Oct. 31 got in to the spirit of the occasion by coming to work in their Halloween finery. Photo/Ben Nelms.
Derrick Boazman. Photo/Ben Nelms.
JC and Lena Weston