McALLEN, Texas -- Tropical Storm Hermine began to lose its punch as it pushed north Tuesday, after causing landslides in northeast Mexico and leaving one Texas town almost entirely without power.
If you've lived in the Atlanta area for any length of time, chances are you've enjoyed a performance by Banks & Shane. The musicians have been together for nearly 40 years, playing everywhere from festivals and churches to private parties and their own restaurant.
TEHRAN, Iran -- Iran's nuclear chief said Tehran has the right to bar some U.N. inspectors from monitoring its disputed nuclear program, the semiofficial ISNA news agency reported.
LAWRENCEVILLE — Officials will take longer than expected to study a proposed extension to Ronald Reagan Parkway.
If you’ve lived in the Atlanta area for any length of time, chances are you’ve enjoyed a performance by Banks & Shane. The musicians have been together for nearly 40 years, playing everywhere from festivals and churches to private parties and their own restaurant.
LAWRENCEVILLE — Gwinnett’s leaders will soon have a role in creating a list of transportation projects that a regional sales tax could fund.
NORCROSS — About 50 gallons of fuel were spilled Monday evening at a Norcross gas station as a tanker truck was filling an underground storage tank, a spokesman for the Gwinnett County fire department said.
SUWANEE — North Gwinnett took advantage of several Mill Creek defensive miscues and picked up a big Region 7-AAAAA win Tuesday by edging Mill Creek 5-4.
SUWANEE — Travis Parker has little interest in talking.
Pastor plans to burn Qurans on 9/11 anniversary
Woodward’s book called ‘Obama’s Wars’
SPRINGFIELD, Mass. — Merriam-Webster’s “Word of the Summer” is not even a word. That’s something no one can “refudiate.”
ROME — The Brookwood girls cross country team won the varsity 4A/5A race of the Berry Invitational on Saturday.
ATLANTA — Now that all the hoopla from Georgia State’s debut into college football, it’s time to really get down to business as far as head coach Bill Curry is concerned.
Charlie Blackmon and Anthony Carter were rewarded nicely for their strong seasons in Class AA this year. Both are headed to the prestigious Arizona Fall League.
In response to Sunday’s article about the decline of Gwinnett Place Mall (“Different strategy,” Sept. 5, Page 1A), How ironic that Commissioner Shirley Lasseter commented: “We’re just worried ...”
If I can inspire just a few people to get out and vote, then I will have done well. Why do you think politicians couldn’t care less how you feel about the issues? They know so many of you will not get out and vote.
LAWRENCEVILLE — A fire at a Lawrenceville recycling center Tuesday afternoon was contained quickly and emergency personnel are not worried about potential chemical runoff, officials said.
I am very concerned for our returning troops from the Middle East. How will they cope after seeing the hatred some of us have for Muslims?
SUGAR HILL — Sugar Hill, a city ever conscious of its appearance, is being forced with Gwinnett’s similarly progressive cities to allow mobile homes it might not otherwise.
CUMMING — Four teenage suspects — including two from Gwinnett — have now been charged in connection with Sunday’s murder of a security guard at a Forsyth County Ingles store.
Mr. James Neil Jarvis, age 48, of Alpharetta, GA and formerly of Buford, GA passed away on Sunday, September 5, 2010. Service and Arrangements by: Junior E. Flanigan of Flanigan ...
Mr. Hoyt Cecil McGinnis, age 80 of Jefferson, GA who passed away on Monday, September 5, 2010. Arrangements by Evans Funeral Home of Jefferson, 706-367-5467. www.evansfuneralhomeinc.com
Captain James R. (Jim) Foster, age 81, of Duluth, GA, passed away September 4, 2010. Arrangements by Crowell Brothers Peachtree Chapel Funeral Home, 770-448-5757
Dorothy A. Reese, age 73 of Buford, GA, passed away September 5, 2010. Arrangements by Tim Stewart Funeral Home, Lawrenceville Chapel, 770-962-3100, www.stewartfh.com