- Weekend section
- Interim president named at Gwinnett Tech
- Gwinnett School Board members discuss positive influence of Common Core
- Gwinnett father indicted in infant daughter's death
- Duluth PD seeking man tied to credit cards stolen from gym
- School superintendent candidates discuss testing, standards at GOP forum
- BOE approves Investing in Educational Excellence extension
- Lawrenceville firm names interim creative director
- Storytimes, hands-on classes and more planned at Gwinnett library branches
- 2014 Corky Kell Classic high school football showcase bumped from Georgia Dome
- Daily Post starts e-Edition
- G-Braves keep rolling with 1-0 win 4 hours, 37 minutes
- PREP ROUNDUP: Buford girls win region tennis title 4 hours, 38 minutes
- Shiloh boys, Brookwood girls make share of history at Region 8-AAAAAA track 4 hours, 38 minutes
- Norcross grad DeShields to leave UNC basketball program 4 hours, 38 minutes
- Lions buckle down to hold off Grayson boys 4 hours, 38 minutes
- U.S. music labels sue Pandora over royalties for golden oldies 5 hours, 1 minute
- School superintendent candidates discuss testing, standards at GOP forum 5 hours, 20 minutes
- Mill Creek girls, Peachtree Ridge boys take region tennis championships 5 hours, 44 minutes
- Brookwood boys, girls sweep rivals for region titles 5 hours, 45 minutes
- Champions Tour gives players one last shot at youth 5 hours, 45 minutes
- MOVIE REVIEW: ‘Dom Hemingway’ is finest performance of Jude Law’s career 6 hours, 2 minutes
- Film Fans can’t agree on ‘Draft Day’ 6 hours, 2 minutes
- MOVIE REVIEW: ‘Transcendence’ is unqualified masterpiece from technical perspective 6 hours, 2 minutes
- Comedy troupe bringing improv show to Gwinnett on Saturday 6 hours, 2 minutes
- BY VENUE: April 18 6 hours, 2 minutes
- FOOD FOR THOUGHT: Easter is more politically correct these days
- FOOD FOR THOUGHT: It’s about pink, laughter, a little fear and nature
- FOOD FOR THOUGHT: In a man’s world, one size never fits all.
- FOOD FOR THOUGHT: I fall for it every year.
- FOOD FOR THOUGHT: Glamour ain’t all it’s cracked up to be.
- FOOD FOR THOUGHT: Take time for the elderly. They give more than they take.
- FOOD FOR THOUGHT: The movie theater is not your living room.
- FOOD FOR THOUGHT: Disconnect from technology, and reconnect with people.
- FOOD FOR THOUGHT: Who offers a helping hand?
- FOOD FOR THOUGHT: Don’t like the weather in Georgia? Stick around for about 5 minutes.
The following is a listing of upcoming Easter events.
Falcons owner Arthur Blank’s top-level soccer club to start league play in Atlanta 2017.
For the second time this school year, North Atlanta High Principal Gene Taylor has written a letter of resignation. The last time he did it, the former Gwinnett principal accepted a job as Berkmar High’s principal, only for three days.
Two Brookwood High students have been accused of cheating and disciplined for stealing answers to local Advanced Placement tests.
Thanks to so many pro golf tournaments around Atlanta over the years, there are plenty of veteran “professional volunteers” this week at the Greater Gwinnett Championship.
Shiloh boys, Brookwood girls make history at Region 8-AAAAAA track and field championships
Ben Barnes, 28, has worked tournaments at TPC Sugarloaf since 2002. Despite being deaf, he’s earned an Eagle Scout, two enginneering degrees and now works for the Defense Department in Washington. Yet he returns each year for the Greater Gwinnett Championship.
As many as 100 students at a suburban Atlanta high school were exposed to pepper spray on Wednesday after the material was released in a school hallway in an apparent prank.
- Deal: State will explore medical marijuana
- American flag catches fire during Atlanta Braves' opening day ceremony
- Chick-fil-A’s new grilled recipe, entrée lineup set to “transform” menu
- Mickey Rooney, America's boy next door, dies at age 93
- POLITICAL NOTEBOOK: Ethics case verdict could impact governor's race
In recognition of National Poetry Month, I thought I’d ask our Gwinnett librarians about which poetry books particularly touched them.