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Joseph Quinton Burdette

Joseph Quinton Burdette, 87 of Franklin, formerly of Fayetteville, passed away on Monday, September 10, 2018, in Carrollton, GA. He was born in Austell (Cobb County), GA on January 15, 1931 to the late Fannie and Oscar William Burdette. Joe was a member of the Fayetteville Masonic Lodge #711. He proudly served his country in…

Summer Reading

This has been a delightful summer of unexpected reading choices and good discussions with friends. I cannot think of a better way to spend an evening than talking about a book you have all read and then sharing ideas for the next read!  If you are not already part of a Book Group, start one!…

F’ville resident, WWII vet Miller honored on 95th birthday

Special to Fayette Newspapers Fayetteville resident and World War II veteran Willie Miller was honored August 24 at Veterans Park on the occasion of his 95th birthday. Fayetteville City Council members Harlan Shirley, Rich Hoffman, Scott Stacy, and Paul Oddo presented Miller with a proclamation celebrating his life and thanking him for his service to…

Honeysuckle Gelato bringing sweet treats to Pinewood Forest

Special to Fayette Newspapers Pinewood Forest has announced the addition of its third food and beverage tenant, Honeysuckle Gelato. Joining the creative-driven town’s growing list of the finest culinary experiences Atlanta has to offer, residents and patrons of Pinewood Forest can indulge in the sweet treat beginning late fall 2019. “Honeysuckle Gelato has grown to…

Erma

A year ago, I attended the Atlanta Writers Conference to pitch a manuscript. The number of agents looking for a humor writer was embarrassing (everyone wants to find the next Harry Potter or Game of Thrones). Seeing some key words in the “WISH LIST” from all agents attending, it seemed two might be looking for…

The Game Is On!

The raucous laughter from the next room was shaking the sliding barn-like door to my bedroom. There was a hilarious game of “Shanghai” going on in the kitchen/dining/living room of our rented vacation cabin in the piney woods of Chattahoochee Bend State Park. “Now it starts,” my daughters yelled, echoing one another, “Now it starts!”…

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