One Gwinnett Swim League team, Chateau Elan, found a way to chill things out in its last regular season meet on Tuesday. The club's swimmers and parents brought in bags of ice prior to a matchup with Morning View, setting up their "Lowering the temp so swimmers can raise the bar" theme night.
The Parkview grad and current Georgia Bulldogs outfielder Zach Cone is one of 39 college players nationwide invited to take part in the 2010 College National Team Trials, which run through Sunday at the USA Baseball National Training Complex in Cary, N.C
PHILADELPHIA -- Brian McCann hit a go-ahead three-run double during a six-run sixth inning, Kris Medlen pitched neatly into the seventh and the Atlanta Braves beat the Philadelphia Phillies 7-5 on Wednesday night.
Connie Wiggins appreciates anyone who recycles, but she said those who are educated about the process can help reduce the waste that ends up at recycling centers.
LAWRENCEVILLE -- Gwinnett's second-leading employer has put a kibosh on hiring smokers.
Felony vehicular homicide charges have been downgraded to a misdemeanor for a Duluth woman accused of killing a pedestrian while text-messaging behind the wheel last year.
If Chris Schindler was a superhero, his nemeses would be dogfighting rings, puppy mills, animal hoarders, cockfighting syndicates and other large-scale animal cruelties.
One of the leaders of the Civil Rights Movement is expected to back incumbent U.S. Rep. Hank Johnson today.
A Sugar Hill man was sentenced in U.S. District Court to five years in prison Wednesday, after he defrauded elderly clients out of more than $4 million over a three-year span.
DULUTH -- Secretary of State Brian Kemp said he will fight "all the way to the Supreme Court" to protect Georgia's voter rolls.
DULUTH -- After spending six years helping build what has become one of the most successful Relay for Life programs in the world, Randy Redner has been promoted.
DULUTH -- The Hudgens Center for the Arts recognized two individuals recently who have made significant contributions to the arts organization and arts in Gwinnett.
PHILADELPHIA -- The eastern U.S. cooked for another day Wednesday as unrelenting heat again sent thermometers past 100 degrees in urban ''heat islands,'' buckled roads, slowed trains and pushed utilities toward the limit of the electrical grid's capacity.
PHILADELPHIA -- Officials said a fire on board had shut down a duck boat that was struck by a barge in the Delaware River off Philadelphia.
RIVERSIDE, Calif. -- A federal jury awarded the creators of ''Who Wants to Be a Millionaire'' $269.2 million in damages because they didn't get their fair share of profits from the popular Walt Disney Co. game show.
BAGHDAD -- Militants struck across the Iraqi capital Wednesday, killing more than 50 people, including 32 in a suicide bombing that targeted pilgrims commemorating a revered Shiite saint, Iraqi police said.
NEW YORK -- Americans avoided television in historic levels over the past week.
Whereas All-Star time is upon us, and whereas the game will return to Anaheim for the first time since 1967, and since it has been proven that even Bud Selig couldn't wreck it, seems a fellow might look back on some of the memories that won't go away.
Mosquitoes are a constant menace throughout the summer and interfere with outdoor activities. They are more than just an irritating annoyance because they can spread diseases.
Even in 43 years of broadcasting, Pete Van Wieren never fully grasped his affect on those listening.
LAWRENCEVILLE — The Gwinnett Braves spent most of Wednesday’s game against the Norfolk Tides trying to break through against left-hander Troy Patton.
Silly me. I thought America’s unparalleled space program (before the present administration began dismantling it) was a triumph of American ingenuity, technology, vision and boldness. Instead, NASA Administrator Charles Bolden says its ‘‘foremost mission’’ is not returning to the moon, or completing a mission to Mars; rather it is improving relations with the Muslim world. Bolden says President Barack Obama told him he also wants NASA to encourage children to study science and math, but isn’t that best done by applying science and math to a robust space program?
Jackson EMC offers industrial energy, water assessment
Sometimes it takes a scientific study to reveal the obvious. The latest discovery — that touch influences how we perceive things — is something like the warning on a steaming cup of coffee.
Mrs. Debbie Tribble Ryder, age 52, of Sugar Hill, GA passed away on Tuesday, July 6, 2010 after a courageous battle with pancreatic cancer. She was preceded in death by ...
Frances S. Moore, age 82, of Johns Creek, GA passed away July 6, 2010. Arrangements by Bill Head Funeral Homes and Crematory, Inc., Duluth Chapel 770-476-2535
Mrs. Mona Allen, age 77, of Sugar Hill, GA passed away on Tuesday, July 6, 2010. Service and Arrangements will be announced later by: Junior E. Flanigan of Flanigan Funeral ...
Marvin Thomas Stringer, age 71, of Berkeley Lake, GA, passed away July 5, 2010. Arrangements by Crowell Brothers Peachtree Chapel Funeral Home, 770-448-5757
Harrison Tatum Ferris, age 60, of Buford, GA, died Sunday, July 4, 2010. Memorial services will be held Thursday, July 8, 2010, at 2 PM at Hamilton Mill United Methodist ...
Mildren Grace Wallace, age 86, of Winder, GA, passed away July 4, 2010. Arrangements by Smith Funeral Home, Memory Chapel 770-867-4553
Bud Pettus, age 67 of Monroe, GA, passed away July 5, 2010. Arrangements by Tim Stewart Funeral Home Monroe Chapel, 770-267-2594 www.stewartfh.com
Rose Marie Pfeil, age 90, of Suwanee, GA passed away July 5, 2010. Arrangements by Bill Head Funeral Homes and Crematory, Inc., Duluth Chapel 770-476-2535
Norman Kowlsen, Jr., age 73 of Lilburn, GA passed away July 05, 2010. Arrangements by Tom M. Wages Funeral Service, LLC, Snellville Chapel, 770-979-3200