Did you miss some news last week on Stone Mountain-Redan Patch? Here's a review of recent headlines:
April 22- Earth Day Love
In honor of Earth Day last Sunday, Patch compiled ideas for being environmentally friendly all year.
April 23 - A Familiar Face is in the Race
Cynthia McKinney is back, running for her old fourth Congressional District seat as a Green Party candidate.
April 24 - Teens Arrested in Lilburn Bank Robbery
April 25 - Bond for Men Who Held Local Bakery Owner's Parents at Gunpoint in Covington
The two Covington men who held at gunpoint the parents of Bruno Kalonji, owner of Kalonji's Cafe and Bakery in Stone Mountain Village, were released on bond. The men, who have been charged with aggravated assault, false imprisonment and criminal trespass, said they thought the couple was breaking into the home next door, which is owned by their son.
April 26 - Painter Robbed of More Than Cash
Patch reported on a recent crime, in which a painter was robbed of cash, keys and his passport while doing work at Crowe's Crossing shopping center on S. Hairston.
April 27 - Students Charges With Criminal Damage to Property
Three DeKalb Alternative School students were charged with criminal damage to property following the vandalism of the Hearthstone community's pool. Hearthstone is in unincorporated Stone Mountain just off Memorial Drive, near the school. A couple of hours after residents called police about the vandalism, Hearthstone's pool house burned to the ground (see photo gallery).
April 27 - Patch Readers Pick Best Florist in Stone Mountain
April 28 - Bites Nearby, Movie Review
Lilburn Patch editor Theresa Waldrop wrote about her dining experience at Nagano Japanese Steak House & Sushi Bar (she liked it), and Brett Martin reviewed "The Pirates! Band of Misfits!" (he liked it).