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Loganville pair becomes first same-sex couple to be married in Gwinnett | VIDEO | PHOTOS

Loganville residents Kelly Martinelli and Taylor Nash became the first same-sex couple to be married in Gwinnett County on Friday.

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Controversial autism researcher, Jeff Bradstreet, commits suicide after FDA raid in Buford, authorities say

The doctor was found dead with a gunshot wound to the chest on Friday in North Carolina, after the raid.

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New types of schools, education formats coming to Gwinnett County Schools

School officials discussed theme-based and magnet schools across the district, along with the offerings for five new or re-located schools opening in August.

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County urges caution after 40,000 gallons of raw sewage leaks at Rhodes Jordan Park

Gwinnett County officials are asking resident to take precautions around the lake at Rhodes Jordan Park after a sewage leak.

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Firefighters battle propane blaze on railroad tracks

A fire was ignited on a 100-pound propane tank on a CSX maintenance truck as crews worked on railroad tracks off Highway 29 in Dacula.

P4 Foundation Home Run Derby

P4 Foundation put on a home run derby at Coolray Field on Saturday and Sunday to raise money for childhood cancer research. Gino Vizzi, who organized the event along with his father, Dave, has made strides in recent months following a September diagnosis of chronic myelogenous leukemia.

Bessie Faulkner's 103rd birthday party

Buford resident Bessie Faulkner celebrated her 103rd birthday at the Buford Senior Center on June 23.

Abbey Road Live! performs Beatles tunes for fans

The Athens, Ga based band, Abbey Road Live!, performed for fans of all ages on the Lawrenceville Lawn on Friday evening. The concert was part of Lawrenceville's summer concert series.

Loganville couple becomes Gwinnett's first legally married gay couple

Kelly Martinelli and Taylor Nash had their wedding performed by Superior Court Judge Debra Turner at the Gwinnett Justice and Administration Center on Friday after the United State Supreme Court ruled that ban on same-sex marriages by states is unconstitutional.

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