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In Douglasville News This Week: Businesses Can Start Sunday Sales Nov. 25

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

Update: Possible Drunk Driver Hits Juveniles, Names Released

All three girls are teens in the 13-to 15-year-old age range and are from Litha Springs. See the full Douglasville Patch story here.

Police Search for Bank Robber

The Douglasville Police Department and Douglas County Sheriff's Department are looking for a man that robbed the Bank of the Ozarks, off of Chapel Hill Road. See the full Douglasville Patch story here.

Barack Obama Re-Elected President

President Obama defeated Republican Mitt Romney in the 2012 presidential election, according to projections. See the full Douglasville Patch story here.

Georgia Charter Schools Amendment Appears to Pass

The constitutional amendment grants the state authority to approve charter schools, whether local school boards want them or not. See the full Douglasville Patch story here.

City Businesses Can Start Sunday Sales on Nov. 25

Package and convenient stores in Douglasville will be able to sell alcohol on Sunday, Nov. 25, thanks to an overwhelming show of support at the polls Tuesday. See the full Douglasville Patch story here.

Douglasville Store Sells Winning Ticket

Michael Caudle is one of two players each to win $149,259, matching all five winning numbers from the Nov. 1 Fantasy 5 drawing. The Shell Food Mart, on Highway 5, sold the winning ticket. See the full Douglasville Patch story here.

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