Top Stories: Simpsonwood Sale, Restaurant's Permit Pulled, Taxes, Traffic Relief

Check out this week's top five stories.

Here's a look at five of the top stories on Peachtree Corners Patch during the past week. Click on the links to see what your friends and neighbors have been reading.

Nearly 250 attended to find out what, if anything,could be done to stop the North Georgia United Methodist Church Conference from selling the 227-acre property.

The popular restaurant closed briefly, but reopened Thursday after compliance hearing. Caribbean Fiesta cited for several infractions - other scores range from 84-B to 98-A.

For Peachtree Corners residents who like to get a jump on filing their 1040 form, E-file and Free File can speed refunds, IRS says.

Relief may be on the way for Peachtree Corners commuters.

Gwinnett Police responded to 17 crimes that occurred in Peachtree Corners within an 11-day period including two home burglaries.

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