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SafetySmart Lilburn talks this week about the rising use and concern of synthetic marijuana, which goes by the names of K2, Mr. Happy, Spice and more.
Volunteers in the News, The Neighborhood Files, Local Connections, Public Safety
The organization elected three new members to the board of directors.
Maj. John Strickland, of the Gwinnett County Police Department, recently presented information on drug activity in the area.
The special event will be held Jan. 10, 2013.
The Neighborhood Files, Public Safety
SafetySmart Lilburn wants residents to consider being nicer to neighbors, and starting a community group to help protect neighborhoods.
So you want to post that favorite photo of you and your children? Well, it could reveal more than you want it to.
SafetySmart Lilburn tackles drunk driving this week, and hopes Lilburn residents are staying safe during this holiday time.
Want to keep your baby safe while they sleep? SafetySmart Lilburn provides ways to take precautions against Sudden Infant Death Syndrome.
There have been a number of burglaries in the area. How are you looking out for your neighbor?
Money will go toward developing new neighborhood and business watch programs in greater Lilburn.
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