In Douglasville News This Week

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

Help Hurricane Sandy Victims by Enjoying Dinner at Sam & Rosco's

Stop by Sam & Rosco's for a delicious dinner this Sunday and the restaurant's owners and staff will send $15 for each dinner, plus gratuity, to the Red Cross for Sandy Relief. See the full Douglasville Patch story here.

McManners Gets 15 Years for Killing Brandy Hart

A Douglas County judge sentenced Shirley McManners to 15 years, with one year to be served in confinement today, according to Andrew Agan, director of Community Relations for the DA's Office. See the full Douglasville Patch story here.

Students Get Real Life Lessons on Shadow Day

More than 25 Douglas County businesses invited students into their places of work to give them an interactive perspective on how life will be in a career field that interests them. See the full Douglasville Patch story here.

No Hard Time for Teens Who Burned Down Cotton Mill

Three teenagers were sentenced Wednesday afternoon for their roles in destroying a historic Douglasville cotton mill last May. See the full Douglasville Patch story here.

Teen Arrested, Expelled for Bringing Knife to School

New Manchester High School student Talmaj Mitchell, 18, was arrested on Tuesday and charged with possession of a weapon on school grounds. See the full Douglasville Patch story here.


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