News for Sunday, April 17, 2005


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What's going on here?

Where: Spalding Drive

Gwinnett prep calendar


Sports Calendar

Sports Calendar

Point/Counterpoint: Is TASER use worth a human life?

John Stewart

This dentist makes patients smile

WHAT THEY DO: Family and cosmetic dentistry

Johnson wows in Tech spring game

ATLANTA - Calvin Johnson made the impossible seem routine last season with a dizzying array of grabs.

Good News From Schools

Shiloh ImagiNation team wins state, heads to global

Does Gwinnett value its arts? Ask the Aurora

Does Gwinnett County value the arts? Do we treasure them as we should? Do our communities recognize the benefits art?

People Briefs

Jim Lovell donates items to planetarium

Thumbs Up/Thumbs Down


Brown's draft stock rising past Gibson's

ATHENS - Reggie Brown never cut as wide a path through Athens as Fred Gibson did. Gibson caught more passes, gained more yards, scored more touchdowns and certainly got more attention than Brown thanks to his outgoing personality and flashes of brilliant talent.

No. 2 Parkview girls roll past No. 3 Shiloh 4-0

SNELLVILLE - The second-ranked Parkview Panthers girls soccer team proved Saturday evening that the disparity between No. 2 and No. 3 is a big one.

Road Closures

Upcoming road closures, weather permitting.

Republican Herchek nominates former foe to state committee

Republican Herchek nominates former foe to state committee

Lawrenceville wins bid for Aurora Theatre

The Aurora Theatre will take its show on the road to Lawrenceville.

Volunteers fight polio, prematurity

Throughout its history, the March of Dimes has been a dynamic volunteer organization, a leader and catalytic force in improving the health of babies. The success of the March of Dimes rests with volunteers - more than 3 million real people who have mobilized their communities, indeed an entire nation, against maternal and infant health problems.

Nation Briefs

Police find body near home of missing girl

Auction open for bids


Gregory Williams

Gregory Lee Williams, age 45 of Loganville, GA died April 14, 2005. Arrangements by Tom M. Wages Funeral Service, Inc., Snellville Chapel, 770-979-3200.

Lyle King

Lyle Arther King age 74 of Suwanee passed away April 16, 2005. Arrangements held by Wages & Sons Gwinnett Chapel. 770-277-4550.

Joyce Loughridge

Joyce Kay Eubanks Loughridge, age 54 of Sioux City, IA formerly of Snellville died Wednesday, April 13, 2005. Funeral services will be held 2:00 PM, Monday, April 18, 2005 in ...

Pam Talbott

Pam Talbott of Blairsville, GA. formerly of Duluth died April 16, 2005. Arrangements are pending by Bill Heal Funeral Homes and Crematory, Duluth Chapel 770-476-2535.