Mrs. Lucille Loving Hanson, age 73 of Buford, GA passed away on January 31, 2011. Service and Arrangements by: Junior E. Flanigan of Flanigan Funeral Home and Crematory, Buford, GA ...
Kenneth Eugene Scrudder, age 64 of Lawrenceville, GA passed away February 1, 2011. Arrangements by Metro Embalming & Crematory, Inc., Conyers, GA 30013, 770-922-8182 www.metroembalming.com
Frank Byron Sullivan, III., age 37 of Snellville, GA passed away January 28, 2011. Arrangements by Metro Embalming & Crematory, Inc., Conyers, GA 30013, 770-922-8182 www.metroembalming.com
Susan F. Horne, age 55, of Loganville, passed away Tuesday, February 1, 2011. Funeral Services will be held 11 AM Friday, February 4, 2011 at Conyers Church of God with ...
Edgar Harris, Jr., age 84, of Stone Mountain, GA passed away February 1, 2011. Arrangements by Tom M. Wages Funeral Service, LLC, Snellville 770-979-3200.
Mr. Norman Ramey, age 51, of Flowery Branch, GA passed away on Tuesday, February 1, 2011. He was preceded in death by his parents, Vaughn W. and Louise Ramey; and ...
Government spending and the national debt were foremost on the minds of Duluth High School students Wednesday at a town hall meeting at Duluth High School where U.S. Rep. Rob Woodall, R-Lawrenceville, addressed his first student audience since taking office in January.
What started as a couple's feud left a robbery victim abandoned at a fast-food restaurant in only his underwear and triggered a wild police chase, authorities said Wednesday.
On the centenary of Ronald Reagan’s birth, I pause for another historic event: agreement with President Obama, who says of his predecessor in USA Today, ‘‘Ronald Wilson Reagan was a believer ... he recognized that each of us has the power — as individuals and as a nation — to shape our own destiny. He had faith in the American promise; in the importance of reaffirming values like hard work and personal responsibility; and in his own unique ability to inspire others to greatness.’’
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CAIRO — Supporters of President Hosni Mubarak charged into Cairo’s central square on horseback and camels brandishing whips while others rained firebombs from rooftops in what appeared to be an orchestrated assault against anti-government protesters trying to topple Egypt’s leader of 30 years. Three people died and at least 600 were injured in the uncontrolled violence.
CHICAGO — A fearsome storm spread a smothering shroud of white over nearly half the nation Wednesday, snarling transportation from Oklahoma to New England, burying parts of the Midwest under 2 feet of snow and laying down dangerously heavy layers of ice in the Northeast that were too much for some buildings to bear.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Zac Brown and his wife have welcomed their fourth daughter in four years.
NORCROSS — With 1989 state champion Alex Paucar on hand to be inducted into the Meadowcreek Hall of Fame, the Mustang wrestlers completed a task not done since Paucar’s state championship-winning year.
LAWRENCEVILLE — The Community Foundation of Northeast Georgia has given the Gwinnett Tech Foundation a $50,000 donation to support the Legacy of Lives capital campaign for the college’s new Life Sciences Center.
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WASHINGTON — The red swimsuit that helped make ‘‘Charlie’s Angels’’ actress Farrah Fawcett a 1970s icon became part of the Smithsonian’s collection Wednesday on what would have been her 64th birthday.
TUCKER — A scuffle over an iPod led to an alleged Tucker gang member being arrested in connection with the December armed robbery of a gas station, officials said.
PUNXSUTAWNEY, Pa. — The country’s most famous groundhog predicted an early spring Wednesday but wasn’t willing to go out on a limb to forecast whether his state’s Pittsburgh Steelers will win the Super Bowl.
The Obama administration has done a creditable job of gently edging Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak toward some sort of gilded exile. Now it’s time to push. Hard.
As Gwinnett County has increasingly become more developed, many new homes have been built on smaller lots. As a result, we receive many inquiries from residents about what plants will grow rapidly and provide adequate privacy from neighbors’ homes or from undesirable views.