In Case You Missed It: Week in Review

Links to the top stories from the past week in Lilburn.

A look back (with links) at stories that had us talking in the past week.

Monday, May 23

-Our weekly feature focused on director Kay Whithear, who built the non-profit to a vital charity organization in the Lilburn-Stone Mountain-Tucker area.

Tuesday, May 24

-In high-school baseball, and won their deciding games in their best-of-three series to reach the state finals. See a after beating Colquitt County in Moultrie, Ga.

-Catch up of recent police activity in our weekly .

-Wanna know how local eateries scored in health-department inspections? Find them in .

Wednesday, May 25

-Lilburn’s new performing arts center — the — officially opened with a Wednesday ribbon-cutting.

- in the state in the Washington Post’s annual High School Challenge Index rankings, which scores a school’s commitment to preparing students for college.

Thursday, May 26

-Storms — from the remnants of the weather system that spawned deadly tornadoes in the Midwest — blew through Lilburn Thursday night and into the early morning hours of Friday, prompting more than 100 emergency calls to the fire department county-wide. The storms caused a and a near Mountain Park.

Friday, May 27

- before a packed house at Parkview Stadium.

- met with city and Lilburn CID officials this week to discuss revitalizing Lilburn’s downtown. Read Pat Gabilondo’s story.

-Our weekly feature is always a late-week treat.


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