Grayson's Taren White was the individual girls star Monday night at Mill Creek. The Brookwood boys also racked up some impressive records. But it was the Parkview girls and boys teams that took home the big trophies at the Gwinnett County Track and Field Championships, squeezing just enough points out of their distance runners when they needed it the most in brisk, breezy conditions.
The friendship of Chris Allen and Avery Jukes goes back to their days as Gwinnett high school basketball players at rival high schools.
T.J. Mitchell completed his brilliant prep wrestling career on Sunday at the NHSCA national championship. The Collins Hill senior won the 125-pound national title, becoming the fourth Georgian to ever win the senior division of the National High School Coaches Association tournament.
Braves backup Eric Hinske hit a solo home run in the ninth inning off Ryan Madson and Atlanta beat the Philadelphia Phillies 5-4 Monday.
Brandon Kregel's offensive outburst powered Parkview's baseball team to a 12-1 win over Central Gwinnett on Monday.
The Southeastern Railway Museum has been challenged by a private foundation to raise $5,000 for its park train project by June 1.
Baseballs and frisbees will help tell Gwinnett's story under the Gold Dome today.
Two men indicted in a fatal 2007 stabbing at a Norcross apartment complex will likely face a jury this summer, as a hearing scheduled for one defendant Monday was uneventful, a prosecutor said.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, trying to eliminate what it considers a threat to public health and wildlife, has begun removing feral cats from a park at Lake Lanier.
A late winter will mean spring headaches -- literally.
COVINGTON -- Sophomore righthanders Jake Dyer and Alan Busenitz turned in sparkling pitching performances as the Georgia Perimeter College Jaguars swept a Region 17 doubleheader from Andrew College 8-1 and 12-0 on Alumni Day at the Newton Campus.
Two recent undercover investigations by Gwinnett police have found more than $130,000 in counterfeit merchandise being sold at Discover Mills Mall, officials said Monday.
Police have made two additional arrests in a teen club shoot-out that left several revelers injured March 20.
CONYERS -- Rockdale swept 10 tennis matches from county rival Salem Monday as both the boys and girl's teams improved to 5-5 overall and 4-3 in sub-region matches.
A proposal to change a sales tax law to give Gwinnett more revenue won't happen in 2010.
Carolina goalie Cam Ward made a brilliant return after being out nearly two months, Erik Cole scored a decisive goal with 4:11 left and the Hurricanes beat the Thrashers 4-1 Monday, dealing a blow to Atlanta's playoff hopes.
Ernie Els made two clutch par putts, escaped trouble from a buried lie in the bunker and wound up wearing a blue blazer Monday for winning the rain-delayed Arnold Palmer Invitational.
Denny Hamlin and crew chief Mike Ford were in a tough spot, leading a race with a dominant car and eight laps to go when a caution forced a decision.
MOSCOW -- Terror returned to the heart of Russia, with two deadly suicide bombings on the Moscow subway at rush hour, including an attack at the station beneath the headquarters of the secret police.
NEW YORK -- Ricky Martin is no longer denying the rumors: He's gay.
NORTHAMPTON, Mass. -- Insults and threats followed 15-year-old Phoebe Prince almost from her first day at South Hadley High School, targeting the Irish immigrant in the halls, library and in vicious cell phone text messages.
SEOUL, South Korea -- A naval mine dispatched from North Korea may have struck the South Korean warship that exploded and sank near the Koreas' disputed sea border, the defense minister told lawmakers Monday, laying out several scenarios for the maritime disaster.
NEW YORK -- The record price for a comic book, already broken twice this year, has been shattered again.
MARTINSVILLE, Va. -- Denny Hamlin surged to the front after a blunder and won the rain-delayed NASCAR race at Martinsville Speedway in a wild finish.
ATLANTA -- The U.S. Department of Education on Monday awarded Delaware and Tennessee $600 million as part of the competitive "Race to the Top" program to help states improve student performance and transform struggling schools.
As small as our staff is here at the Gwinnett Daily Post - along with the large number of schools we cover - overlaps between different high school sport seasons can cause us a lot of chaos.
Funeral home adds family service representative
KISSIMMEE, Fla. Gregor Blanco was optioned to Gwinnett by Atlanta, which still has 36 players in camp counting minor league invitees. The Braves won't make their final cuts until arriving in Atlanta this weekend.
Ricky Martin says he's gay
Fire scorches kitchen
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WASHINGTON -- U.S. consumers spent modestly last month, a sign that the economic recovery is proceeding at a decent -- but not spectacular -- pace.
NEW YORK -- Boeing Co. said the results of a key airworthiness test for its long delayed 787 are "positive," but it will be weeks before the aircraft maker can say whether it's a success.