Daily Archives: June 7, 2018

Red Clay storytelling festival set for this weekend June 8-9

Everyone has a story and a local non-profit organization is giving residents a chance to share their truths. This weekend, the Red Clay Storytelling Festival will host several talented artists, performers, and creative curators in celebration of the art of storytelling. The events start on Friday with workshops and oral renditions from the storytellers. On…

The Bakers of Senoia

Wheel: An essential part…..necessary to keep things turning smoothly “I was the Wheel,” the gentleman in the pale lavender golf shirt and khakis with the oversized turquoise belt buckle stated. “I was the Whee-eel.” Which means, I think, that this is a person who gets things done and keeps things on the right track. Whatever….

FCHS, McIntosh get new principals for 2018-19 year

Special to Fayette Newspapers Earlier this year, new administrators were announced for Braelinn, North Fayette, and Spring Hill Elementary schools. Now, two high schools will have new principals for the 2018-2019 school year as more administrative changes have been approved by the Fayette County Board of Education, including the naming of a new assistant superintendent…

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