Also this week: man falls to his death in Buckhead; bricks thrown at cops; Andrea Sneiderman back in court; Atlanta's real urban cowboy
Week In Review
Saturday, April 13, 2013
Saturday, April 6, 2013
Also this week: controversy over Sandy Springs school relocation; Walmart armed robbery; ex-Tech star charged with murder; Sneiderman seeks charges dropped; hundreds call for new restaurant.
Saturday, March 30, 2013
Also this week: Brookhaven searches for top cop; residents fight school relocation; police look for Sandy Springs shooter; Agnes Scott tries scented tactic to lure students.
Saturday, March 23, 2013
Also this week: very sweet marriage proposal; Brookhaven looks for first-ever top cop; Zaxby's hands out 700 apps; Sneiderman drops civil suit; Tucker man confirmed dead; new DeKalb city?
Saturday, March 16, 2013
Atlanta Reacts to Pope Francis; Governor Picks New School Board Members; Police Seek Robbery Suspects
Also: Andrea Sneiderman pleads not guilty; Sandy Springs teaching controversy; big Decatur project worries residents; prostitution sting in Tucker; updates on two hit and runs.
Saturday, March 9, 2013
Daycare Van Fire; 'Buckhead Bandit' Suspect Caught; Cloud 9 in 'Cupcake Wars;' Aimee Copeland Appearance
Also: Olympian Gabby Douglas coming to Cascade; hundreds apply for DeKalb school board; Brookhaven budget controversy; Andrea Sneiderman update.
Saturday, March 2, 2013
Also this past week: six DeKalb school board members suspended; Lakeside cityhood bill coming; Dunwoody wants its own school system; Atlanta Gas Light project controversy
Saturday, March 2, 2013
Saturday, February 23, 2013
Also: search continues for missing Tucker fisherman; Dunwoody mayor warns of Ray Lewis-like incident; bizarre accident at Phipps Plaza; used cooking oil becomes a hot commodity.
Saturday, February 16, 2013
Also: Sandy Springs coach says wrestling will return to the Olympics; hundreds attend a city of Lakeside meeting; lawmaker wants a Dunwoody school system.
Sunday, February 10, 2013
Top stories: Zoning Hearing Scheduled for Clifton Ridge Subdivision, APS Teacher Runs for School Board, Carlos Museum Reopens Art of the Americas Galleries.
These are the top stories for the past week: Matt Westmoreland: From APS Teacher to School Board Candidate Jon Jones Seeking District 2 Atlanta Council Seat Feb. 13 Zoning Hearing Scheduled on Clifton Ridge Subdivision State of the Grady Cluster: Lots Accomplished, Lots to Do House Hunt: Check Out the Most Expensive Home for Sale in Druid Hills Help the Poncey-Highland Neighborhood by Taking this Survey Surin Of Thailand Rebounds With Passing Restaurant Inspection Art of the Americas Galleries Reopen at Emory's Carlos Museum News Nearby: Another DeKalb Community To Study Cityhood