As of Monday, June 17, 2013
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Two thieves made off with $500,000 in jewelry from a Kay Jewelers in Snellville last week after they allegedly used a stun gun on two store employees.
Rescuers responded Tuesday afternoon to a near drowning at a pool in Hamilton Mill Subdivision.
Library Director Nancy Stanbery-Kellam's contract is the sole matter before the library board of trustees Wednesday.
Suwanee police officers responded to an armed robbery and were involved in two chases, including one with a Roswell dad that was in a high-profile kidnapping.
A 10-year-old appears to be saved from a near-drowning in Peachtree Corners, officials said.
A Conyers woman was arrested on Saturday on murder and aggravated assault charges in connection with an incident on Thursday at a hotel in Norcross.
Library Director Nancy Stanbery-Kellam's employment contract was terminated Wednesday.
A Barrow County waitress won $1 million playing the Georgia Lottery this week.
Commissioners Tommy Hunter and Lynette Howard spent Thursday afternoon trying to catch chickens in a Norcross neighborhood over-run by fowl.
Federal agents allege a Norcross man distributed child porn during an online conversation.