National Night Out set for Tuesday
by Staff Reports
05:03 PM, Wednesday, July 30
In a news release Wednesday, the Sandy Springs Police Department announced it and Target are teaming up for the 31st annual National Night Out community celebration Tuesday from 6 to 8 p.m. at Hammond Park in Sandy Springs. The free event will inc...

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