Special teams has a hand in 24 points in rout of Decatur
A look at Saturday's Gwinnett prep action.
UGA builds 18-point halftime edge, then holds on for SEC victory
John Gordon Steele: It's time to dispel myths about millionaires.
G-Braves making moves, almost getting a big-league shot.
First year a tough ending for Gonzalez
Hundreds come out to second annual Public Safety Festival.
County officials to begin airport privatization process anew.
Monday's commute could be different due to tolls on I-85.
LAWRENCEVILLE -- The sounds of classic rock, children's laughter and vendors selling their items reverberated throughout historic downtown Lawrenceville Saturday.. On a brisk fall day, smoking ribs were pulled off the grill and devoured by eager customers at the fourth annual Rock'n Rib Fest.. With live music presented all day
On Wednesday, students, faculty, officials and others joined together to dedicate the Life Sciences Center, a three-story building that will train 3,000 students per year in classroom and lab facilities.
Need quality over quantity in today'shigher education. WASHINGTONJobs, jobs, jobs, we keep hearing. But for whom, whom, whom?Certainly not for the many young Americans being graduated from colleges that have prepared them inadequately for the competitive marketplace in which they find themselves. The failure of colleges and universities to
President Obama has fast-tracked green energy projects, and the results, thus far, have been awful. The Solyndra scandal is the best example. The feds provided this solar panel company $528 million in loans. Shortly after that, the company declared bankruptcy. See you later, a half-billion taxpayer dollars.. Many
Each visit focused on regional collaboration in the areas of transportation, water and other natural resources, the arts, education, small businesses and leadership development.. "We strategically choose to visit our nation's most well-known communities so that we can take away something to implement in Gwinnett and the metro area
Library hours will change effective Oct. 23. The board cut operational hours from 53 to 44 to offset projected budget cuts.
Conn. hearing bumped for Dragon Con founder, molestation suspect.
Results of Gwinnett GOP straw poll.
Suwanee's Harvest farm is hosting a community-wide scarecrow competition throughout the month of October.
Norcross hosting a cleanup and recycling day offered to all Norcross residents. They can shred documents, recycle electronics and more.
Registration for children and seniors from low-income families opens this week for the annual Quinn House Christmas Gift Program.
Gwinnett gets going on first sessions with new head coach Wroblewski, who has hired former Glads standout Emmett as an assistant
Catcher, team struggle to the finish
Collins Hill grad hopeful of local support when series shifts to Atlanta
Francoeur, others make MLB marks in 2011
Community can have input on future of Gwinnett Place area.
Three local educators were recently awarded at the state level for their efforts in the field of counseling.
Duluth Police recently received a grant to continue their part in statewide efforts that combat teen driving deaths.
Barrow CERT fall classes extolling solid community interest.
Tradd Moore of Snellville, a 2010 graduate of the Savannah College of Art and Design's Sequential Arts department and a graduate of South Gwinnett High School, will see the first of his six-part series of comics, "The Strange Talent of Luther Strode," published in October. "The Strange Talent
Williams -- Saputo. Eddie and Denise Williams of Acworth announce the engagement of their daughter, Mary Beth Williams of Acworth, to Anthony Saputo, son of Vince and Melody Saputo of Buford.. The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Bill and Fran Morningstar and Paul and Jerlene Williams, all of Acworth
Steerman -- Stanfield. David Steerman and Kathy Albabili of Newnan announce the engagement of their daughter Holly Steerman of Buford, to Kevin Stanfield of Buford, son of Cleve and Debbie Stanfield, also of Buford.. The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Mary Steerman of Jonesboro and the late Alan Steerman
Brewer -- Brown. Ken and Tammy Brewer of Lawrenceville announce the engagement of their daughter, April Lauren Brewer of Lawrenceville, to Benjamin Adam Brown, son of Tim and Mary Brown of Loganville.. The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Reese D. Brewer of Snellville, the late Louise F. Brewer, and
Sharing the random thoughts in my head.
Gwinnett is the only county in the state that completely serves its residents with a comprehensive cooperative ministry.
RALEIGH, N.C. -- Orwin Smith rushed for three touchdowns and No. 21 Georgia Tech beat North Carolina State 45-35 on Saturday to extend its best start in more than 20 years.. Smith finished with 74 yards and scored on runs of 13, 9 and 3 yards to help the Yellow
ATHENS -- When Connor Norman made the decision to give up his football scholarship at Division II Presbyterian College and transfer to Georgia, he wasn't even sure he was going to continue playing football, let alone be a part on the field for the Bulldogs on an autumn Saturday at
Jarold D. (Buck) Johnson, age 74, of Stone Mountain, GA passed away on Friday, September 30, 2011. Arrangements by Tom M. Wages Funeral Service, LLC, A Family Company, Snellville Chapel, 770-979-3200.
Michael Flack, age 46 of Sugar Hill, Ga., passed away on September 30, 2011. Arrangements by Hamilton Mill Memorial Chapel, 770-945-6924.
Terry "Ted" E. Hamrick, 63, of Duluth,GA., died Friday September 30, 2011.Ted was a native of Duluth and owned and operated Teds Fruit Stand in Duluth for over 20 years and was a member of the Duluth Masonic Lodge 480.
William "Skip" Kent, age 76, of Sparta, passed away September 29, 2011. Arrangements by Wages Sons Gwinnett Chapel, 770-277-4550.
Terry J. Cash, age 59, of Dacula, Ga., passed away on Friday, September 30, 2011. Service and Arrangements by Junior E. Flanigan of Flanigan Funeral Home and Crematory of Buford, GA, 770-932-1133.
Madeline Jane Zickafoose, age 93, of Loganville, GA passed away September 29, 2011. Arrangements by Tom M. Wages Funeral Service, Snellville Chapel 770-979-3200.
Mrs. Alberdina "Dineke" Inboden, age 57, of Hoschton passed away Saturday, October 1, 2011 after an extended illness.
Ann Marie Withers Smith, age 41 of Bethlehem, GA passed away on Saturday, October 1, 2011. Arrangements by Junior E. Flanigan of Flanigan Funeral Home and Crematory of Buford, 770-932-1133.
Dean Merrill Ball, 71, formerly of Gainesville, Georgia, passed away peacefully at home in Fairview, Wyoming, on Aug. 20, 2011 after a lengthy illness.
Gwinnett County roadd closures, Oct. 2 through Oct. 9
The world needs more kindness.
Your body language makes karma more real than you might think.
Mrs. Nell Gunter Bradshaw Townsend, age 83, of Maysville, who passed away on Thursday, September 29, 2011. Arrangements by Evans Funeral Home, 706-367-5467. www.evansfuneralhomeinc.com.
Mr. Terry J. Cash, age 59, of Dacula, GA of the Hog Mountain Community passed away on Friday, September 30, 2011. He was preceded in death by his father, Jewell M. Cash.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and the Daily Post sat down with four Gwinnett breast cancer survivors, each with their own story of fear, pain and hope.
Mr. Chad Archer, age 36, of Jefferson, GA who passed away on Thursday, September 29, 2011. Arrangements by Evans Funeral Home, 706-367-5467 www.evansfuneralhome.com.
Sadle Bell Ruiz, age 78 of Loganville, GA, passed away September 28, 2011. Arrangements by Tom M. Wages Funeral Services LLC, Snellville Chapel, 770-979-3200 www.wagesfuneralhome.com
LILBURN -- Chris Carson had 134 yards and three touchdowns as Parkview continued its dominance in the Battle of the Green Flag, beating Berkmar, 41-3, at The Big Orange Jungle.
Privatization of Briscoe Field not a good idea
Today marks the start of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, which brings awareness to the disease that is estimated to affect 230,000 new women this year. With that in mind, the Daily Post sat down with four Gwinnett breast cancer survivors, each with their own story of fear, pain and hope.
BUFORD -- Buford's Rick Legrant doesn't get too many opportunities to run the ball, but on Friday night, the senior made the most of what touches he did get.
SNELLVILLE --On his final touchdown pass, his third Friday night, Zach Moon ended up flat on his back.
LAWRENCEVILLE -- To offset projected budget cuts, the Gwinnett County Public Library system has plans to reduce its hours, changing some of the open and closing times for locations.
Gwinnett Technical College President Sharon Bartels said Wednesday's dedication ceremony for the new Life Sciences Center on the local campus marked a milestone, not just for the college, but for the community and the economy.
NORCROSS -- Welcome back, Will Anderson.
WINDER -- Apalachee put together a solid second half by outscoring Madison County 31-0 as the Wildcats rolled to a 45-9 win over the Red Raiders in a Region 8-AAAA game at R. Harold Harrison Stadium.
SNELLVILLE -- On Grayson's first three possessions, a stingy Shiloh defense forced the Rams to punt, turn the ball over on downs and cough up a fumble. Grayson quarterback Nick Schuessler responded with one of his best games of the year, throwing three touchdown passes and running for another, and No. 3 ranked Grayson defeated the Generals 42-14 at Shiloh Community Stadium.
In case you were rearranging your sock drawer and missed the big announcement, filmmaker Michael Moore, who is about as relevant as a female appendage on a boar hog, is asking "all Americans with a conscience to shun anything and everything to do with the murderous state of Georgia." I can hear the shudders from Aragon to Zebulon.
This is our third year coloring the paper pink on Oct. 1, our way of bringing attention to the need for check-ups and early detection. The National Cancer Institute says breast cancer affects 1 in 8 women, but that the five-year survival rate for the disease is 98 percent when detected early. It's our hope that today's paper serves as a reminder to our readers to get checked out.
DACULA -- Dacula and Central Gwinnett were headed in opposite directions coming into their Region 8-AAAAA game Friday night at Barron Field.
NORCROSS — Overnight, Gwinnett’s express lanes became toll lanes, bringing to metro Atlanta a managed lane system that some believe will change transportation for the region.
One of the joys of autumn, when I was growing up, was going shoe shopping. I’m not making this up y’all. I looked forward to getting those back-to-school shoes each September. For one thing, I had gone barefoot all summer. It is one thing to wax nostalgic about a shoeless summer — “blessings on thee, little man; barefoot boy with cheeks of tan,” and all that. The reality of a barefoot summer, however, included stubbed toes, hot sidewalks and sandspurs — not to mention dog poop between the toes.
Stephens throws for 111 yards, 2 TDs, runs for another score
Toll begins on I-85 express lanes.