News for Wednesday, May 4, 2005


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Jordan scores four goals in Stars' 7-0 win

LILBURN - The Providence Stars got four goals from Sarah Jordan on Tuesday for a 7-0 win over the Athens Academy Spartans in the second round of the Class AA/A state playoffs.

A plan to end the Great Foundation Fight

Bill Shipp

Letters to the Editor

Sympathy for person of interest misplaced

World Briefs

Man accused of sexually abusing children testifies

Sports Briefs


Prep Roundup: Tillis pitches Central past Brookwood

LAWRENCEVILLE - David Tillis picked up his first win of the year on Tuesday night, allowing six hits over seven innings as Central Gwinnett edged Brookwood 5-4. Tillis is now 1-5 on the season.

In brief

Buford mobile home destroyed in fire

Gwinnett Prep Calendar


Lawrenceville amends city ordinance

LAWRENCEVILLE - The Lawrenceville City Council on Monday voted unanimously to amend a city ordinance as it pertains to general offenses in the city of Lawrenceville.

People Briefs

DeGarmo, others go from 'Idol' to 'Family Feud'

School board to hold first public hearing on budget

LAWRENCEVILLE - The Gwinnett County Board of Education on Thursday will give taxpayers a chance to sound off on the fiscal year 2006 budget, which calls for a 0.25-mill tax increase.

Buford commission adds 20 acres into city limits

BUFORD - By annexing seven parcels of land in Monday's city commission meeting, Buford brought an additional 20 acres into its city limits.

Norcross reviews land-use plan

NORCROSS - Every year, the city of Norcross reviews its land-use plan, with residents having an opportunity to submit requested changes and those changes going before a review board for approval or denial. This year, the deadline to submit a change is 4 p.m. today.

Nation Briefs

England faces sentencing after entering guilty plea

Winder officers take crisis intervention class

WINDER - Several Winder police officers last week participated in a crisis intervention training class for north Georgia officers.

GAC wins fourth straight region track title

NORCROSS - Greater Atlanta Christian's boys track and field team continued its dominance in Region 8-AA by notching its fourth straight region crown on Tuesday afternoon at GAC.

Runaway bride takes nation on marry go 'round

Darrell Huckaby

Sybil Milner

Sybil Louise Milner, 81, of Tucker, GA., died Monday May 2, 2005. Arrangements by Bill Head Funeral Homes and Crematory Lilburn/Tucker Chapel 770-564-2726.

Angelia Davis

Angelia Gail Nash Davis, age 35 of Marion, KY(formerly of Hog Mountain, Gwinnett County) passed away May 1, 2005. She is survived by: Husband: William E. Davis, Marion KY ...

Giuseppe Traldi

Giuseppe A. Traldi, age 77 of Suwanee, died April 30, 2005. Funeral arrangements to be announced by Bill Head Funeral Homes and Crematory Duluth Chapel 770-476-2535.

Kimberly Long

Kimberly Dawn Long, age 36 of Loganville, GA died May 2, 2005. She is survived by her husband: Daniel (Danny) Long; mother: Joanne Dedic; father: Charles Dedic; sisters: Lisa Clack ...

James Hammett

Mr. James David Hammett, age 69 of Decatur, GA died May 2, 2005. He is survived by his sisters and brothers-in-law: Frances and Seldon Crowe of Clarkesville; Deborah ...