Wednesday, December 10, 2008

Newsletter status

In case you haven't noticed... we've been rather slack on posting to the newsletter.

We've finally decided to stop doing a newsletter for a number of reasons which I'll be happy to share if anyone is interested.

We WILL be keeping this blog. So, if you keep your subscription off and on you'll get things. However, we're going to concentrate on our bread and butter, the main Fayette Front Page site. If we think something is particularly interesting or have some spare time we'll be adding things on here.

Thanks so much for signing up and hanging in there with us! I hope you'll visit the Fayette Front Page daily (consider making it your home page).

New Computer for the Kids? 10 Tips to Keep Them Safe Online

If the gifts under your holiday tree this year are going to include a new computer for the kids, now is the time to think about how you're going to shield them from the unsavory side of the Internet. For all the merits of cyberspace as a source of information, entertainment and community, there are also dangers.....More

Tuesday, December 9, 2008

Johnson Controls Announces Call for Creative Energy Projects Entries

Fayette County Students, Here's your chance to shine!

Johnson Controls (NYSE:JCI) , the global multi-industrial leader in energy efficiency and sustainability, has developed an innovative program to engage kindergarten through 12th grade students across North America in developing ways to make the environment more energy efficient....More

Sandy Creek Financial Aid Night December 15

Seniors who will be graduating from Sandy Creek High and their parents can learn how to get funding for college during the school’s Financial Aid Night on December 15 at 6:30 p.m.....More

Messages From Our Great American Warriors!

Fayette County Man On the List!

Being separated from our loved ones is difficult at best. Knowing our loved ones are fighting for our country and our freedoms make us proud and fearful for their safety.....More

Thursday, December 4, 2008

DNR Board Approves Chris Clark as Next DNR Commissioner

The Board of Natural Resources has approved the recommendation of Governor Sonny Perdue to name Chris Clark as the next Commissioner of the Georgia Department of Natural Resources (DNR). Clark currently serves as the Executive Director of the Georgia Environmental Facilities Authority (GEFA). He will succeed Noel Holcomb as DNR Commissioner when Holcomb retires in April.....More

Wednesday, December 3, 2008

Santa Claus is coming to... The Clothes Less Traveled!

Dec. 6th , 10 a.m. - Noon; 459 Hwy 74 South, Peachtree City (near Gil-roy's); Come see Santa and tell him what you'd like for Christmas! Parents, enjoy a bit of shoppping while you're there! Great Christmas section.
The Clothes Less Traveled Thrift Shop is a not-for-profit thrift store, serving the needs of south Atlanta and providing an opportunity for people to have a place to volunteer and perform community service in a positive and productive way. They resell gently used clothing and household items at a fair and reasonable price. Profits, after expenses, are disbursed to needy organizations in the community.

If you are looking for previously owned quality goods, at a great price, visit the thrift store in Peachtree City. Click here for directions

Tuesday, December 2, 2008

Marketing Your Business

Recent survey information shows business now spends about 47% of the marketing budget online. No longer is the question........More

Delta to Manage 2009 Capacity Due to Global Economic Slowdown and Softening Traffic

Delta Air Lines (NYSE: DAL) today issued the following memo to its more than 75,000 employees worldwide.....More

Mortgage Rates Drop to Lowest Level This Year

Mortgage rates fell dramatically last week, due to the government's decision to purchase mortgage-backed securities. Rates for 30-year fixed mortgages declined.....More

Monday, December 1, 2008

Wanted: Director of Communications

The Georgia Budget and Policy Institute (GBPI) seeks to hire a Director of Communications.... More