Buford Week in Review: 'Mold-Like Substance,' Stolen Vehicles and Security Breach
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Here are the 10 most popular stories on Buford Patch for the week ending Jan. 18:
A look at the most recent restaurant inspections by the East Metro Health District.
Chevy has just unveiled the completely redesigned 2014 Corvette, but, if you'd be happy with an older model, there are several used Corvettes on the market that might be right for you.
"Mold-like substance" inside a soda machine was one of the violations noted at a Buford restaurant during a recent health inspection.
Owner was shopping inside the store when theft occurred.
Gwinnett County Police are searching for a "possibly suicidal and homicidal" man that fled from police during a Jan. 11 traffic stop in Buford.
A Connecticut man's transportation woes unfortunately took a turn for the worse after his truck broke down on the interstate and was towed to a Buford dealership.
Looking for an investment opportunity? Here are a few of the more affordably priced homes on the market in Buford, Ga.
Malware found on computers at some locations which could have been used to export customer names and credit and debit card numbers, officials say.
A look at strange crime news from Patch sites across Georgia.
Local college has several job openings.