The day's top headlines for Tuesday, October 25, 2011.
Police Major: 'I Don't Want People Living In Fear' Security Increases At Chamblee High After Rash Of Break-ins. Dunwoody City Council Looks At Purchasing Nearly 42 Acres Of Land. Mount Paran-Northside Meeting On Tuesday Night. Live Blogging From Avondale Estates' Candidate Forum. District 6 Candidates To Speak Tuesday Night. 'American Idol' Winner To Perform At Macy's Christmas Tree Lighting. Safety Tips For Trick-or-Treaters.
Take a look at what's in store at some retailers
Big name retailers held the line on major sales this holiday season and many consumers didn't see the fire sales of years past. But looking around at stores, including Walmart at S. Columbia and Memorial drives, retailers have unleashed their best sales, while there's still some decent stuff left. Goods at Walmart were marked down in the last several days to 75 percent off. And judging from the stock on Wednesday morning, there's still plenty left, though it's mainly holiday lights, wrapping materials, clothing, and plastic storage bins. Consumers can find things such as giant red velvet bows for 50 cents and giant plastic gift bags with tags for 62 cents. Last weekend, Gymboree in Perimeter Mall offered baby, toddler and big kids clothing…