Mr. Robert P. Bobby Smith, age 77, of Winder, Georgia, died March 8, 2007. Carter Funeral Home of Winder is in charge of arrangements, 770-867-1361.
Mrs. Bonnie McDonald Patrick, age 62, of Braselton, Georgia, died March 10, 2007. Carter Funeral Home of Winder is in charge of arrangements, 770-867-1361.
Mr. Michele Gilli, age 35, of Lawrenceville, GA, passed away on March 7, 2007 from a bicycle accident. His remains will be sent back to Italy for Services and Interment ...
Stella Smith Bowen, age 95, of Lawrenceville, passed away Friday, March 9, 2007. Funeral Services will be held 2 PM Tuesday, March 13, 2007 in the Lawrenceville Chapel of Tim ...
Rosalind Swearingen, age 84, of Suwanee, died Friday, March 9, 2007. Funeral arrangements will be announced by Tapp/Tim Stewart Funeral Home and Crematory, 201 Morningside Drive, Buford, Georgia 30518 ...
Mr. Charles Billy Miles, age 65, of Buford, GA, went to a reunion in heaven to meet his family and friends on March 9, 2007 after a long battle with ...
Mr. Conrad Clark Compton II, age 77, of Flowery Branch, died March 10, 2007 of an extended illness. Arrangements to be announced by Memorial Park South Funeral Home, 4121 Falcon ...
Evans Funeral Home, Jefferson, Georgia, announces the death of Mr. Thomas Wayne Tommy Pethel, Sr., age 38, of Commerce, Georgia, who passed away on Thursday, March 8, 2007 ...
DULUTH - Only one adjective appropriately describes Collins Hill's season - perfect.
Clinton vs. Obama no dream matchupThe best comment I've heard about the Hillary Rodham Clinton vs. Barack Obama primary contest is from Mike Bates of michaelmbates.com. He calls it "the pants suit versus the empty suit."
LAWRENCEVILLE - Police on Friday released the name of the bicyclist killed in a vehicle crash Wednesday night.Gwinnett County Police Department spokesman Cpl. Darren Moloney said the bicyclist is 35-year-old Michelle Gilli of Lawrenceville. Gilli was killed when his bike collided with a Lincoln Town Car at the intersection of Ga. Highway 316 and Cedars Road in Lawrenceville. Gretta A. Baldwin, 37, of Duluth was driving the Town Car when the two collided. According to witnesses, Gilli's traffic light was red as he attempted to travel through the intersection. Moloney said Baldwin's traffic light was yellow. He said Gilli was hit from the left side as he entered the intersection and was pronounced dead at the scene. Gilli was listed at fault for the accident, Moloney said. "Any time a bike enters an intersection on a red light, that's a bad idea," Moloney said.
After leading her Brigham Young women's basketball team to its second straight regular-season conference title, Collins Hill grad Dani Kubik Wright got a fitting reward on Monday.
MACON - Today brings what both the Greater Atlanta Christian and Wesleyan girls basketball teams wanted - both are a win away from a state championship.
The last thing Zell Miller needs is to have me springing to his defense. Zell can take care of himself, thank you very much. But he has taken a couple of gratuitous shots recently that I feel need further commentary.
DULUTH - A woman who has left "indelible marks" in the community was honored Friday evening with the Woman's Legacy of United Way in Gwinnett's fourth annual Legacy Award.
DULUTH - It was one of those moments everyone in attendance at the Arena at Gwinnett Center will never forget. And they shouldn't.
SUWANEE - Mitch Rider was 3-for-4 with a homer and three RBIs to lead North Gwinnett past Central Gwinnett 13-6 on Friday.
DULUTH - It was only fitting. When it mattered most, when the game and the 2007 state championship was on the line, the Norcross defense delivered.
LILBURN - Grayson's boys welcomed back goalkeeper Eric Ati on Friday night.
SUWANEE - Not long after Bill Ballard was introduced as Peachtree Ridge's new football coach, star running back Brandon Davis had only one question for the new coach: "What type of offense will we run?"
SUWANEE - Members of a cross-functional action team on Thursday presented research about student achievement to the Gwinnett Board of Education and suggested ways the school system can add rigor to middle school to increase success in high school.
DULUTH - Jordan DeMercy and Al-Farouq Aminu didn't have much to celebrate after Norcross' state championship last year.
NORCROSS - A 19-year-old New Jersey murder suspect was arrested by Gwinnett County sheriff's deputies in Norcross on Thursday night.Sheriff's Department spokeswoman Stacey Bourbonnais said Ronald Darby was arrested about 7 p.m. after members of the Southeast Regional Fugitive Task Force and the New York New Jersey Task Force discovered Darby was staying at the home of a family friend at 1140 Falling Water Lane in Norcross. According to the Sheriff's Department detention center docket, Darby lived at 139 South 8th St. in New Jersey.
I hate springing forward. I don't mind falling back, but I hate springing forward.
Student charged with breaking into Shiloh High School•SNELLVILLE - An 18-year-old Shiloh High School student was arrested Wednesday and charged with breaking into the school. According to a police report, Lervil Demarra Culpepper broke into the school at 4210 Shiloh Road in Snellville through the school's band room. Culpepper told police his uncle kicked him out of his home, and he went to the school because he needed somewhere to go. The teen was seen on security cameras entering the school. Police identified Culpepper by the red sweatshirt he was wearing. Thief puts workers in store cooler•DULUTH - Ledo Pizza and Pasta at 3083 Breckinridge Blvd. in Duluth was robbed Wednesday night. An armed black man entered the restaurant about 11:30 p.m. demanding money from the manager and her husband, according to a police report. The thief made the manager open the businesses' safe and then forced the two into a walk-in cooler. The manager said the man was unsuccessful in locking the cooler door and fled. The manager and her husband described the man as about 5 feet 11 inches tall, 175 pounds and wearing a dark-colored bandanna on his face.
Newton Citizenjoel.email@example.com COVINGTON - Walton County authorities arrested a man Thursday night who they say is a ringleader in a case involving numerous large-scale marijuana growing operations in the metro Atlanta area.
AUBURN - Country artist Vince Gill's song "One More Last Chance" mentions his wife taking the keys to his car so he rides his John Deere to meet his friends at the bar.Robert Lane Griffiths of Auburn may have never heard Gill's song, but the man's actions say otherwise. The 63-year-old of 1550 Wynfield Court was arrested a week ago after riding his green Craftsman lawn mower to the Ingles supermarket on Atlanta Highway. "It's something that in our line of work it's not unusual to see the unusual once in a while," said Auburn Police Department Chief Frederick Brown. According to a police report, Griffiths admitted he had been drinking before driving his mower about a half mile and crossing Ga. Highway 8 to the store. Griffiths was arrested after police stopped him as he traveled with his groceries on the mower back to his home along Wynfield Drive, Brown said. Griffiths was arrested and charged with DUI. Griffiths was stumbling and seemed unfit to take a field sobriety test, the report said. "He presented a danger to himself and to others," Brown said. "A highway is not somewhere to be driving a lawn mower."