In January 2003, the "shoe bomber," Richard Colvin Reid, was given multiple life sentences in U.S. District Court. Reid is the 29-year-old British citizen who attempted to blow up an American Airlines flight by igniting a fuse leading to plastic explosives hidden in the sole of his shoes. Had he succeeded, all 197 people on board would have perished.
As Gwinnett Medical Center in Lawrenceville deals with an overcrowded emergency room, some may wonder why the nonprofit health system is building a new hospital in Duluth.
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Peachtree Ridge High School opened its doors only two years ago, but so far, they've had two successful pageants.
While Fulton and Atlanta officials still are being scrutinized after a deadly courthouse shooting two weeks ago, Gwinnettians were honored for their roles in the apprehension of the suspect.
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WHAT THEY DO: Take-out, home-style, vegetarian Indian cuisine
Have you seen the movie "Ray?" I have viewed it at least three times and continue to be amazed at the ability of the portrayal of Ray Charles' mother to overcome her maternal needs and focus on the needs of the child. It was phenomenal to see her recognize when helping was really helping and when helping was not in his best interest.
NORCROSS - In a soccer match filled with fireworks and the bizarre, the Providence Christian girls soccer team battled to a 3-3 draw Saturday afternoon with Greater Atlanta Christian, helping the Stars keep their region title hopes alive.