News for Sunday, March 20, 2005


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Hi-Hope helps disabled adults

Anyone who meets Randy will have a lasting memory of his warm smile and his gift for laughter. He is a man who exudes happiness wherever he goes. Randy exhibits a strong work ethic. He gets along well with his co-workers and his supervisors, is punctual and rarely misses work.

Letters to the Editor

'Counter-puncher' has wrong diagnosis

Open government is the people's right

Openness in government is the critical component that determines whether institutions in America function for the people or for special interests.

Nation/World World Briefs

Fifteen killed as bomb explodes in Pakistan

Gwinnett students stand strong in chess tournament

Hundreds competed but only a few were left standing when the Georgia Chess Association hosted the 2005 chess championship March 12 in DeKalb County.

Auburn council changes zoning condition to allow gravel lot

AUBURN - The Auburn City Council on Thursday approved a change of zoning conditions for the John's Brothers Enterprises property on Ga. Highway 8.

Nation/World People Briefs

Giuliani throws support behind new Jets stadium

Gladiators beat Charlotte in shootout

CHARLOTTE - Mike Vigilante's goal with 1.7 seconds left in the third period to send the game to overtime helped propel the Gladiators past Charlotte 4-3 in a shootout on Saturday night at the Cricket Arena.

Gwinnett fortunate to have dedicated law enforcement

As I sat in my office March 11, I watched with disbelief at the events unfolding at the Fulton County Courthouse. I found myself asking the same question over and over again: How could this happen?

What's Going on Here

Where: Walter Boulevard in Lawrenceville


Conducting Business

Shiloh boys, Parkview girls run to relay titles

SNELLVILLE - The Parkview girls had a dominant performance, and the Shiloh boys took home their own title Saturday at the Shiloh Relays at Shiloh High School.

Road Closures

Upcoming road closures, weather permitting:

Lawrenceville commissioner gives baseball season start by throwing first pitch

Kevin Kenerly started baseball season in Lawrenceville on Saturday.

Gwinnett won't raise taxes for hospital funds

Few things are less popular than taxes.

Lilburn family of 5 loses home in fire

LILBURN - A Lilburn family lost their house Saturday after a grease fire got out of control.

Helping disabled a perfect fit for couple

Amigo Mobility