PTC to Ga. DOT: Let carts cross highways

A golf cart crosses Ga. Highway 54 to Lexington Circle from Broken Bow Drive Tuesday afternoon, a common sight at the intersection. Photo/Bethan Adams.

You face a traffic fine if you drive a golf cart across a state highway, marked crossing or not.

The Peachtree City Council wants to change that so that some crossings are legal for carts. Read More»

Fayette kids’ test scores among top 12 in state, metro

The 2014 College and Career Ready Performance Index (CCRPI) scores are in, and Fayette County schools are among the highest in metro Atlanta and the state. Read More»

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Students, families and employees from East Coweta Middle School helped the Beta Club collect 194 toy donations for the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots campaign. From left, Logan Courtright, Brittney Bridges, Kenna Hannah, Alexis Gordon, Trent Brody, Bryanna Houston, Hannah Kelly, Zuri Limehouse, Christopher Alarcon-Salinas, Haylee Ray, Keegan Brown, Kendra Turner, Andrew Thompson, Kayson Pike, Rylan Sharpe, Cameron Cookfair and Beta Club Sponsor Kimberly Tysor. Photo/Submitted.
Above, 6-year-old Nathan Brown hands U.S. Marine Lieutenant Colonel James Ruvalcaba his pocket change. Below, Brown and Ruvalcaba shake hands. Photo/Submitted.
Public Works’ winning entry. Photo/Submitted.
Fayetteville city workers gather for holiday party
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Free classes on housing affordability, finances, credit tips, budgeting and more are offered through March 17, 2015, on Tuesdays from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Newnan-Coweta Habitat for Humanity, Inc.’s Community Resource Room at 150 Pine Rd. in Newnan. Photo/Submitted.
Local humorist, Kathy Bohannon. Photo/Submitted.
The Peachtree City chapter of the New Neighbors League Club (NNLC) recently announced their winter/spring officers. From left, President Kathy Tasonis, First Vice President Tanya O'Rourke, Secretary Barbara Till and Treasurer Lynn Lafleur. Not pictured is Second Vice President Mechelle Walsh. Photo/Submitted.
Helping a kid have a happy Christmas

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