Ina Inez (Raulerson) Burnsed, age 82, of Snellville, GA, passed away November 22, 2008. Arrangements by Guerry Funeral Home, Macclenny, FL
147;MAMA DEAN Martha Mama Dean Bowen, age 95 of Lawrenceville passed away, Friday, November 21, 2008. Funeral Services will be held 3:00 PM, Sunday, November 23 ...
Mary Entrekin Carson, age 85, of Clayton, GA, passed away Friday, November 21, 2008. Arrangements by Hillside Memorial Chapel, Clarkesville 706-754-6256
Sue M. Harris, age 63, of Buford, GA, passed away Friday, November 21, 2008. Arrangements by Tapp/Tim Stewart Funeral Home and Crematory 770-945-9345
Nettie Estelle Quinton, age 81, of Conyers, GA, passed away Friday, November 22, 2008. Arrangements by Tom M. Wages Snellville Chapel 770-979-3200
Rev. Dale Frank Lister, age 65, of Jefferson, GA, passed away Friday, November 21, 2008. Arrangements by Evans Funeral Home, Jefferson, GA 706-367-5467
Betty Sue Stevens, age 73 of Lawrenceville, GA passed away Friday, November 21, 2008. Funeral Services will be held 2 PM Monday, November 24, 2008 in the Lawrenceville Chapel of ...
Charlene Ann Muller, age 58, of Lilburn, GA, passed away Thursday, November 20, 2008. Arrangements by Tom M. Wages, Snellville Chapel 770-979-3200
Benford R. (Benny) Holdbrooks, age 69, of Duluth, died Saturday, November 22, 2008. The family will receive friends on Monday November 24, 2008 from 2-41 and 6-8PM at the funeral ...
James Larry Farmer, 46 of Dacula, GA passed away on Wednesday Nov. 5, 2008 after a 2 12 year battle of cancer. He was a loving husband, father ...
Betty Lillian Hale, age 83, of Suwanee, Georgia passed away on Friday, November 21, 2008. Funeral services will be held on Monday, November 24, 2008 at 11:00 am at Mountain ...
Jonathan Miller Dial, Jr. (Nathan) age 16, Son of Jon M. & Margaret S. Dial of Lawrenceville, passed away Friday, November 21, 2008 after a brief illness. Nathan was a ...
DULUTH - Thomas Hines hit seven 3-pointers on his way to 26 points as Meadowcreek's boys basketball team defeated Northview 78-67 on Friday.
LAWRENCEVILLE - Frequent visitors to Gwinnett's governmental hubs know the empty-your-pockets hassle of traversing the X-ray screening stations.
SUWANEE - For most of the regular season, C.J. Uzomah rarely saw the field as North Gwinnett's backup quarterback.
ATLANTA - Georgia Tech was plenty focused in its key ACC game against Miami.
In celebration of the Christmas season, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints will host the 7th Annual Festival of the Nativity. During the first weekend in December, families can view a vast display of nearly 600 crèches from around the world.
BUFORD - Buford head coach Jess Simpson may want to bottle up the cold air of the polar express if the Wolves are going to keep playing this kind of football in the Class AA state playoffs.
LAWRENCEVILLE - Gwinnett water customers will be able to pay their bills online beginning next year.
SNELLVILLE - The Cremation Society of the South said it was coming, the city of Snellville knew it was coming, and now it's here and in the hands of the court to decide.
NORCROSS - With two teams combining for 334 total yards and just 17 first downs, the point premiums were high.
Rapper T.I. testifies in Ohio murder trial
LOGANVILLE - The Community Bank in Loganville was closed Friday by the Georgia Department of Banking and Finance. The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation was named the receiver.
Michael Vick back in Va. to face charges
Lawrenceville Elementary's Homework Academy: Study buddies Program teaches parents how to help kids with homework
LAWRENCEVILLE - Some parents recently attended Lawrenceville Elementary's Homework Academy for a lesson in how to help their children study and complete school assignments.
Yogi Berra once said that there are two kinds of people - those who send cards, those who don't and those who mean to but never get around to it. I'm the third kind - and I know there were only supposed to be two. That's why I blamed the quote on Yogi.
LAWRENCEVILLE - A Lawrenceville woman is accused of passing on more than well-wishes during a recent visitation at the Gwinnett County Detention Center.
NORCROSS - As his nearly frozen players gathered near midfield after the game, Wesleyan coach Franklin Pridgen warmed to the occasion.
We didn't wear our big white tennis shoes, we didn't complain about the lack of ice, and we never once asked where you could buy a Big Gulp.
DULUTH - The Gwinnett Gladiators continued their winning ways on Friday, beating the Dayton Bombers for the second time in a row, this time by a score of 4-2.
SUWANEE - Same two teams. Same venue. Same scoring margin. Different result.
Cole Brodie played his high school football in Georgia, so he knew about college rivalries.
NORCROSS - An apartment fire Friday night has left eight families displaced.
LAWRENCEVILLE - Thick ovals cost Gwinnett taxpayers nearly $20,000, in an election snafu this fall.
SNELLVILLE - Brookwood High School is one of 26 schools in the state named a 2008 Georgia School of Excellence, State Superintendent of Schools Kathy Cox announced Friday.
ATLANTA - In his first season as Georgia Tech's football coach, Paul Johnson has been perhaps his own team's biggest critic, even after its victories.
For many years now, Thanksgiving has been my favorite holiday. It has always been a day of joyful gathering of family at my house accented with favorite foods, merry fellowship and a time to reflect on our blessings. I have always looked forward to Thanksgiving.
American Mothers Inc. has named Monday a National Day of Prayer, and Cannon United Methodist Church at 2424 Webb Gin House Road in Snellville will open its doors from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. for anyone who would like to use the sanctuary to pray. A hostess will be on site to welcome visitors.
Congo refugees suffer shooting, rape, looting
LOGANVILLE - As the clock dwindled toward zero in Friday night's game, the Grayson reserves broke into celebration along the sideline by dancing to the "Cha Cha Slide" as it played over the stadium's speakers during a timeout.
SUWANEE - When Peachtree Ridge head football coach Bill Ballard talks about his defense, it's like a history lesson.
My feelings are hurt. An astute political observer named Larry wrote me, gloating over Barack Obama's election and pointing out what a racist I am. He cited as proof the column in which I stated gasoline would rise to $6 a gallon before this country would elect a black man as president.