Also this week: Sandy Springs SWAT standoff; Obama visits Sunday; Fox Theatre 'rocks;' Tucker store robbed repeatedly; winning lottery ticker in Stone Mountain.
Other headlines this week: new Chick-fil-A traffic jam; funeral for Kris Kross rapper; Atlanta honors fallen police heroes; Buckhead carjacking tactics; DeKalb rabies alert.
Also: fired 'Harlem Shake' coach speaks out; Starlight Drive-in murder conviction; Morehouse students arrested; new Chick-fil-A opens; Aimee Copeland's new challenge.
Also this week: arrests in 2-year-old's shooting death; another IHOP fight lawsuit; Brookhaven wants lots of cops; fight brewing over Sandy Springs school; trouble for Atlanta VA Medical Center?
Metro Atlanta's top headlines of the week as they appeared on your local Patch for April 15-19, 2013.
Also this week: man falls to his death in Buckhead; bricks thrown at cops; Andrea Sneiderman back in court; Atlanta's real urban cowboy
Also this week: controversy over Sandy Springs school relocation; Walmart armed robbery; ex-Tech star charged with murder; Sneiderman seeks charges dropped; hundreds call for new restaurant.
Also this week: Brookhaven searches for top cop; residents fight school relocation; police look for Sandy Springs shooter; Agnes Scott tries scented tactic to lure students.
Check out some of the top stories on Stone Mountain-Lithonia Patch, March 17-22.
Here's a look at a few of the most-read articles on Stone Mountain-Lithonia Patch last week: > SnoBall Cafe Opening Location in Stone Mountain Village > House Hunt: Four Bedroom Homes Under $75,000 > 12 Local Developments: Before, After and In Progress > S. Hairston Zaxby's to Open April 1; Gas Station Beautification; N. Hairston Kroger Returns to 24 Hours Soon > This Is It BBQ in Lithonia Flunks Restaurant Inspection You may also be interested in reading: Metro Atlanta News: Week in Review
Also this week: very sweet marriage proposal; Brookhaven looks for first-ever top cop; Zaxby's hands out 700 apps; Sneiderman drops civil suit; Tucker man confirmed dead; new DeKalb city?