Mrs. Mary Beth Attalla-Hamilton, age 49 of Pendergrass, GA who passed away on November 30, 2010. Arrangements by Evans Funeral Home of Jefferson, 706-367-5467. www.evansfuneralhomeinc.com
TURNER Dottie Turner Carter, age 31, of Loganville, passed away Monday, November 29, 2010. Funeral Services will be 2 PM Friday, December 3, 2010 at Lenora Baptist Church, Snellville with ...
Joseph A. Lindner, age 93 of Carnesville, GA, died November 30, 2010. Funeral Arrangements are pending with Bill Head Funeral Homes and Crematory Duluth Chapel 770-476-2535.
Mr. Hauke Lorenzen, age 62 of Maysville, GA passed away December 1, 2010. Service and Arrangements will be announced later by: Junior E. Flanigan of Flanigan Funeral Home and Crematory ...
Mrs. Doris Elaine Rier, age 66, of Lawrenceville, GA passed away on Friday, November 26, 2010. Funeral services will be held on Saturday, December 4, 2010 at 11:30 a.m. in ...
Mr. Harold W. Bennett, age 79 of Braselton, GA and formerly of Lilburn who passed away on December 1, 2010. Arrangements by Evans Funeral Home of Jefferson, 706-367-5467. www.evansfuneralhomeinc.com
Rosie Lucile Partee Burnett, age 65 of Lawrenceville, Georgia passed away November 30, 2010. Arrangements by Tom M. Wages Funeral Service, LLC Lawrenceville Chapel, 770-963-2411
By now most everyone involved with Providence Christian Academy knows the name Carter Martin. The annual children's cancer fundraiser in his name is one of the Lilburn school's biggest events.
SUGAR HILL -- A Sugar Hill teenager is in jail after police say he bragged to his roommates about brutally torturing at least two stray cats.
NORCROSS — Norcross will soon become the first Gwinnett County high school to offer the Army Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps program.
Groups from both the left and the right will have dueling protests today, as Congress’ debate on extending the Bush tax cuts continues.
Many thanks to D.A. King, president of the Dustin Inman Society, for pointing out that the proposed DREAM Act amnesty is actually a massive amnesty in disguise for the multitudes of illegal aliens willing to produce fake documents and make false sworn statements. There may be a few innocent deserving students in the mix, but overall this legislation is purposely designed to circumvent the intent of our laws and give amnesty to millions of undeserving illegals.
The Gwinnett Gladiators spent much of Wednesday’s practice working on their power play.
NORCROSS — The Greater Atlanta Christian swimming and diving teams picked up victories Tuesday night in a meet against Paideia, Whitefield Academy and Holy Innocents’.
WASHINGTON — The night sky may be a lot starrier than we thought.
ORLANDO, Fla. — Actor Wesley Snipes was ordered Wednesday to voluntarily surrender at a federal prison in Pennsylvania next week to begin his three-year sentence for failing to pay taxes.
CAIRO — An oceanic white tip shark badly mauled four Russian tourists swimming close to their beach hotels in two separate attacks at an Egyptian Red Sea resort, a local conservation official said Wednesday.
MORENCI, Mich. — A father charged with kidnapping his three missing boys fought extradition from Ohio to Michigan on Wednesday as an army of volunteers set off to trudge through fields, woodlands and dirt roads to search for the brothers who have not been seen since Thanksgiving.
LAWRENCEVILLE — Gwinnett and Norcross were certified Wednesday as “Green Communities.”
Which do you think is less expensive, not to mention preferable: a cure for cancer, Alzheimer’s disease and diabetes, or caring for people with these diseases? Wouldn’t it be better medical and public policy to direct more resources toward finding a cure for diseases that cost a lot to treat than to rely on a government insurance program, such as Obamacare, which seeks mainly to help pay the bills for people after they become ill?
It sounds like hyperbole.
The word came at halftime of last year’s Class A quarterfinal football game that senior quarterback Conor Welton, who played the first two quarters with a torn ACL in his knee, couldn’t go any longer.
Gwinnett Place to host LEGO Brick Drive
SUWANEE — An upcoming college fair will give Gwinnett County Public Schools students with special needs and their families the opportunity to learn about higher education options.
Extra sleep is as hot a commodity now as it was when I was in high school, since opportunities to wake up late don’t come often for kids who rise before the sun.
NORCROSS — Cold wind whipping and huddled masses joined together, a giant 10-foot menorah was lit in downtown Norcross on Wednesday night, a historic happening marking the start of Hanukkah and meant to symbolize the city’s embrace of diversity.
Plants are commonly used in our homes and offices. Their presence helps keep us in touch with nature and, in a sense, “brings the outside indoor,” to enhance the aesthetics of indoor environments.
DULUTH — Gwinnett Medical Center will host its annual Lights of Love and Remembrance event next week.
BUFORD — There is a man in Buford who keeps a box in his brain. That’s how he thinks of the pain, a locked little box, a dangerous collectible on his mental shelf. One day he might open the box and rift through its contents — the images of death, the upside-down Jeep Cherokee, an entire household torn from his life — but now is not that time. There’s more immediate business at hand.