In Case You Missed it: Week in Review

From Fourth of July to Lilburn Idol, here are the top stories of the week on Lilburn Patch.

Friday, July 8

-Clear Skies for Idol: After a rainout two weeks previous, Lilburn Idol opened its eighth season under sunny skies with nearly 20 competitors in several age divisions. Check out our and from the event, which continues July 29.

-Former RB Ineligible: Caleb King, who played his sophomore and junior seasons at Parkview High School, was at the University of Georgia. King transferred from Parkview to Greater Atlanta Christian before his senior season.

-Here Comes School: Friday marked the start of the final month of summer vacation. To help readers plan ahead, we broke down the school calendar and listed the .

-Lilburn Reaction to Casey Anthony: The verdict and sentencing of Casey Anthony in Florida had the nation talking about the case. That included Lilburn. .

Thursday, July 7

-A Couple of Parrot Heads: Lilburn residents . That's a good thing for the visitors with whom they shared their tropical birds.

-Inside the Police Reports: A homeowner on Five Forks Trickum Road reported his from his backyard last month.

Wednesday, July 6

-CRCT Scores: The state released school-by-school CRCT scores Wednesday. There was good news and not-so-good news for Lilburn schools. .

-New Sidewalks: The project to construct a should begin later this month, with completion expected by mid-August, the city reported.

-Inside the Police Reports: The Indian Springs subdivision saw a .

-Soccer Camp Reaches Out to Kids: Close to 400 children between the ages of six and 15 learn soccer skills at the four-day long in Lilburn.

Tuesday, July 5

-Moms Talk: Columnist Cristina Butler, a mother of a two-year-old daughter herself, . Anthony was acquitted of first-degree murder and aggravated manslaughter of a child.

-Restaurant Grades: Check out our weekly report of of local restaurants.

-Inside the Police Reports: A young .

Monday, July 4

-Star Spangled Celebration: The city Lilburn held its first Fourth of July program in years. in Lilburn City Park.

-Peachtree Leaders: Parkview runners Alec Klassen and Steven Spevacek were .

-Business Spotlight: Our weekly feature took a behind-the-scenes look at , the upscale Lilburn restaurant.


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