DeKalb CEO's Home, Office Searched; Same-Sex Couples Denied Marriage Licenses; John Lewis' Wife Laid To Rest
Also in today's top 10: Dunwoody police look for armed robbery suspects; a Buckhead's school Olympic controversy; Sandy Springs school wins wrestling championship; Clairmont Road repairs continue.
These are the lead stories from metro Atlanta area Patches for Monday, Jan. 7, 2013.
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- Mother's Day Burglary is Last Straw for Iraqi Veteran; Georgia 400 Commuter Scam; Hubub Over Decatur Apartments
- Shooting Suspect Arrested; New Buckhead Carjacking Tactic; Graffiti Shows Support for Boston
- Storm Damage in Atlanta; Flooding Brings Unwanted Critters; Motorist Steals Basketball Team's Donation Bucket
- Bad Weather Cancels Events; Armed Robbery Suspect Sought; DeKalb Superintendent Opposes Dual Accreditation
- Atlanta School Fire; DeKalb, Fulton Schools Set Budget Meetings; Congress to Scrutinize Atlanta VA Center
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