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Streetcar developments and an auto-theft warning lead as top stories from last week.
Police & Fire
Gunfire was exchanged after a dispute outside of a party.
Nothing but crime stories were of most interest to East Atlanta readers this week.
Is there anything moms can't do? Tell us what makes your mom so special to win the grand prize.
Streetcar construction begins to take shape, and a movie in need of hipsters both lead as the top most viewed stories this week on EA Patch.
Police said Quentric Williams fatally shot a martial arts expert at the theater last May. The DeKalb County Jury agreed.
Also in the news this month was the latest on the Glenwood Ave. Project and bricks thrown at APD officers in Edgewood.
May 7 is National Teacher Appreciation Day. What better way to show appreciation for an outstanding teacher than by nominating him or her for a prestigious award.
Government, Police & Fire
In case you ride MARTA, read about their new security protocols.
The East Atlanta Crime Report and a parents petition against APS lead as this week's top stories.
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