Thousands arrive in Texas for dueling protest rallies
LAWRENCEVILLE - In the third of four Loganville 101 classes, a citizen education series offered for the first time, students were treated to an eye-opening tour of the city's state-of-the-art water treatment facility. "This facility won plant of the year for 5-million-gallon-and-under plants," said Jimmy Lazenby, a class II wastewater operator for the city.
Gwinnett has no minority judges, no minority commission members and no minority school board members.
Farley gets star on Walk of Fame
REST HAVEN - The tiny town of Rest Haven would commemorate its 70th anniversary in 2008. Instead, city officials might be drawing up a eulogy for its archives after having finally laid Rest Haven to rest. Mayor Kenneth Waycaster and the City Council members have asked Buford to annex the town, and Buford City Attorney Gregory Jay is working to accommodate them. Buford officials said they will be glad to have Rest Haven.
Kenny Rogers' personal estate now can be your personal playground.
- Bogan Road from Harmony Elementary School to Hamilton Mill Road will require intermittent lane closures from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily through August for safety improvements including installation of curb, gutter, sidewalk and a multiuse path.
Lawrenceville resident featured in Kiplinger's
HOSCHTON - Mill Creek took second place in the diamond pool of the Hawk/Bulldog Invitational on Saturday, losing the championship game 1-0 to Union Grove.
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Hero saves the day, and a baby
Merck loses in Vioxx suit
Good News from Schools
Top Sunnis lash out against Iraqi constitution
From Staff Reports
Ten days from now, we should know who will be at the helm of Gwinnett's new four-year college.
Former President Jimmy Carter, a much-berated Democrat, apparently has more influence in Republican-dominated Washington, D.C., than the state's GOP-controlled congressional delegation.
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Joshua (Josh) Tyler Polk, age 21 of Roswell, GA., died August 25, 2005 as the result of a motorcycle accident. Josh is survived by his parents, Carl and Leann Polk ...
Nena Brown age 88, of Norcross passed away August 26, 2005. Service and Arrangements announced by Crowell Brothers Peachtree Chapel Funeral Home of Norcross. 770-448-5757.
Ethel P. Odum, age 98 of Lawrenceville, died Friday, August 26, 2005. Funeral Services will be held 11 Am Monday, August 29, 2005 in the Lawrenceville Chapel of Tim Stewart ...
Carlton Levi Nation, age 63 of Suwanee, died Saturday, August 27, 2005. Graveside Services will be held 2 PM Wednesday, August 31, 2005 at Gwinnett Memorial Park, Lawrenceville. Mr. Nation ...
Mrs. Hazel Nabors Bullock, age 84 of Jefferson, Georgia died Friday, August 26, 2005. Service and Arrangements later announced by. Evans Funeral Home of Jefferson. 706-367-5467.
Mr. William Jackson Austin (Jack) age 79 of Winder, passed away August 26, 2005. Service and Arrangements announced by Smith Funeral Home of Winder. 770-867-4553.
W. F. W. Bill Thomas, age 59 of Atlanta, GA, died Friday, August 26, 2005. Arrangements held by Tom M. Wages Funeral Service, Inc. of Snellville Chapel. 770-979-3200 ...
Joyce D. Hildebrand Heard age 41 of Dacula died August 25, 2005. Her father, Frank J. Hildebrand, preceded her in death. She is survived by her husband, David C. Heard ...