News for Sunday, April 3, 2005


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What's going on here?

Where: North Berkeley Lake Road, behind the Wal-Mart Supercenter

Snellville Police Department teams up with youth

SNELLVILLE - Police Chief Roy Whitehead and the Snellville Police Department are giving young people a chance to check out a career in law enforcement firsthand.

Tech's Ball holds off competition for starting QB spot

ATLANTA - Midway through spring practice, the Georgia Tech quarterback depth chart remains exactly as it was entering the spring session.

Keep the dream alive in 2005

Gwinnett County has made a name for itself with the passion the citizens, businesses, and civic organizations demonstrate for volunteering. Our unique culture of giving back to the community has blessed us with the wonderful quality of life we enjoy, with world-class schools, modern medical facilities, a stable county government, progressive infrastructure improvements and a pro-business environment.

Bannister may have to vote himself a raise after all

County manager bill tabled

People Briefs

Knievel to star in reality show


Lilburn resident Keith Daniel has been promoted to vice president of transmission policy at Georgia Transmission Corp., a nonprofit electric company that delivers bulk power over high-energy electric lines to 39 of the state's 42 electric member cooperatives.

Clean sweep for Richards at environmental IQ bowl

Good news from Schools

Letters to the Editor

Social Security has broken down

Developer has plans for high-rise

Jobless rate increases

Traffic - and traffic plans - at a standstill

Gwinnett commuters have the longest commute in the state. It's also the 18th longest drive time in the nation.

Gwinnett Prep Schedule


World Briefs

Officers suspected in Rio massacre

Road closures

Upcoming road closures, weather permitting:

Gwinnett should be proud of its legislators

Gwinnett should be very proud of its General Assembly members and its influence on legislation.

Nation/World Nation Briefs

Schiavo cremated

Thumbs Up

Time is money


It's a sideways view of life that flickers on our internal movie screen under the Aquarius moon. A zany plot twist changes the context of otherwise normal situations, adding a humorous edge. There's a strong theme of goodwill, so assume your fellow man is acting with the best intentions in mind (though the outcome doesn't always reflect that).

Upper end of Lake Lanier has come alive

For those who love fishing rivers, this is the beginning of a memorable spring season.

Bulldogs face a backfield logjam

ATHENS - Danny Ware can't escape the word: fullback.

Car enthusiast turns hobby into business

Route 66 Restorations