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Hello, Douglasville. I’m here in your inbox today to tell you everything you need to know about what’s happening around town, including news about:
- The police are looking for Missing 13-year-old Douglasville boy
- Church Street It reopens today
- Armed violence took a life 93 adolescents and children So far this year
But first, today’s weather:
Periods of clouds and sun. High: 81 Low: 64.
Here are the top five stories of the day in Douglasville:
- Authorities in Georgia are seeking help locating a missing 13-year-old boy, Makhi Bridges, who was last seen on August 30 in Douglasville. He is described as 5 feet 8 inches tall, weighing 165 pounds, with brown eyes and black hair, and was wearing a black jacket, ripped gray jeans, and black and gray Nike Air Force 1 shoes when he was last seen at Arbor Place Mall on Douglas Boulevard. We urge those with information to contact Det. Carlos Vasquez of the Douglasville Police Department at (678) 293-1619. (WJCL News Savannah)
- the Part of Church Street, from Rose Avenue to Club Drive, Which closed this week It will reopen today, September 1, around 4:00 p.m The closure was due to tree removal activities as part of the Town Green project. For inquiries, call General Services at (770) 920-3005 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. (Douglasville Georgia)
- Gun violence has claimed the lives of 93 teens and children in Georgia this year. The youngest victim was a 6-month-old baby. The state has seen an alarming frequency of gun-related incidents involving teenagers, resulting in deaths and numerous injuries throughout 2023. Including in Douglasville. Families of victims in metro Atlanta, now dealing with the devastating loss of their children, are calling for an end to rampant gun violence. (WSB Atlanta)
- Save the dates for this year’s Douglas County Main Event, Saturdays in September, held September 23 and September 30 from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. In the Douglas County Courthouse. This free event promises live music, games, a food court, retailers and family-friendly fun. Stay tuned on social media for updates on sponsors, vendors, performers and festivities. (Douglas County Events via Facebook)
- The Douglasville Police Department is hosting the American Red Cross for its upcoming blood drive on October 3. It was held in the community room adjacent to the main police department at 2083 Fairborn Road. The ride will be from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. To schedule an appointment, visit www.redcrossblood.org Using sponsor code CDPD. Donors will receive a $10 Amazon gift card via email. (Douglasville Police Department via Facebook)
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Today in and around Douglasville:
Friday 1 September
- Georgia Country Music Festival Jim R. Miller Park and Event Center, Marietta (3 o’clock)
- happy hour In drawing with a twist (4:00 pm)
- Live Music: Spiritual Fridays in Allure Hall (5:00 pm)
From my notebook:
- Don’t miss out on the upcoming Community Yard Sale on September 16th by placing your order before September 5th. Call Sgt. Shannon Dean at email@example.com for requests or inquiries regarding the event. (Douglasville Police Department via Facebook)
- Looking for a new family member with four feet? scan the List of pets ready for adoption in the Douglasville area on the link! (Douglasville Patch)
- Be sure to mark your calendars for a series of upcoming events celebrating the community, veterans, first responders and the founding of Douglas County. Learn more about events such as Saturdays in September, Founders’ Day, Operation Green Light, the Veterans Day Parade, and the Christmas Tree Lighting at the link. (Douglas County Events via Facebook)
Thanks for following up and staying informed. See you all tomorrow for another update!
— Sean Beck
About me: Sean Beck is a writer and entrepreneur who holds a degree in English Literature from Weber State University. Over the years, he has worked as a writer, editor, SEO specialist, and marketing manager at several digital media companies. He currently co-owns and manages content creation agency Lightning Media Partners.