In Douglasville News This Week: DashCam Catches Police Chase, Rollover

In case you missed it, these were the important stories of the week.

School System Names 2012-2013 School-Level Teachers of the Year

A teacher from each of 33 has been selected to be honored as their school’s 2012-2013 Teacher of the Year.

Jones-Guider Likely 'Lone Ranger' Vote Against Sunday Sales on Nov. Ballot

Jones-Guider said she expects the rest of the Board of Commissioners to allow the alcohol measures to be placed on the ballot.

Congressman Awards Local Grads Scholarships

David Mahone and George Roberts were among those awarded the 2012 Congressional Black Caucus Spouses Education Scholarship by Congressman David Scott. See the full Douglasville Patch story here.

Lieberman Honored with Brock Award

The Friends of Art and Music Education of Douglas County has named the CAC’s Executive Director, Laura Lieberman, as the 2012 recipient of the Kathy Brock Memorial Award.

DashCam Catches Police Chase, Rollover; 2 Suspects Flee on Foot

Officers of the Douglasville Police Department arrested two suspected burglars Tuesday night and two fled on foot after the suspects' car rolled over.

DEA Slays International Drug Ring with Help From Sheriff's Dept.

The DEA drug case 'Freak Nasty' knocks out a Mexican-based drug cell with a case that started locally and stretched as far as Mexico, Ecuador and Peru. Officers seized $1,144,805 of drug proceeds in Douglasville alone.


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