Gwinnett never leads in second home game of the season
Buford breaks out gold jerseys for GAC; Mill Creek pulls off two hustle plays in loss
Simply put, the Occupy Wall Street protesters want our stuff.
WASHINGTONThe operative maxim in cable television can be summed up as follows: Is it good TV?Brilliant is good, but not enough. Attractive is imperative, but not enough. Also needed are tension, conflict and passion. Television is visual storytelling and it doesn't succeed without all elements working in sync with
Gwinnett will benefit from transportation act.
The City of Sugar Hill celebrated its annual fall festival with cars, animals and games on Oct. 22.
From shooting scene to educational bastion, Loganville's Hope Center steers trailer-park youth toward success.
Woodall's week away from Washington, HOT topic at town hall.
Commissioners to consider new ethics ordinance.
SNELLVILLE -- Saturday dawned brisk and bright, perfect weather for Snellville's second annual Fall Festival. People from Snellville, the surrounding area and as far away as California enjoyed the beautiful weather, 70-plus arts and crafts vendors, children's activities and contests.. "There was so much positive response to last year's
Chairwoman applauds library for thinking creatively.
The Salvation Army of Gwinnett is hosting the 5th Annual Breakfast with special guest speaker Jeff Foxworthy on Oct. 28.
Gwinnett County road closures, Oct. 23 through 30
On Saturday, the City of Lawrenceville hosted a Recycling Day for all residents.
TALLADEGA, Ala. -- For the first time since Dan Wheldon's fatal accident, the focus was back on the race track.. Hendrick Motorsports proved Saturday it has the best superspeedway program in NASCAR with a sweep of the front row in qualifying at Talladega Superspeedway.. Mark Martin won the pole with
Eagle's Landing Christian Academy defeated Wesleyan in the state volleyball playoffs on Saturday.
Injured in Iraq, Brookwood grad has shifted his focus to healing others
Broncos fall on the road in Elite Eight
Spartans top Hebron to reach the volleyball state semifinals.
Hogan's big plays help Panthers pull off a thrilling victory
Generals pick up top recruit in 6-foot-8 Carter
Star player still recovering from knee injury
The Great Depression taught us lessons we're re-living today.
Finding the right motivation to perform.
Katie Rose Biehl and Matthew Crow Hunter were married June 18.
Jennifer Brooke Shields and Jason Michael Rigdon were married July 3 in Las Vegas.
Christine Alaine Thompson and Jameson Benton Hoffner were married Sept. 24.
Public defender sought for Winder's municipal court.
Special Needs Schools of Gwinnett has scheduled its community fall festival and touch-a-truck event for 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at 660 Davis Road.
Friends of a local woman are planning a fundraiser for the Myositis Association.
Mindy Laine McCullough and Michael Thomas Buckley were married Oct. 8.
Courtney Brown and James Jeffrey Keppen were married July 9.
Rachel Lynn Patrick and Jefferey Alexander Holt were married April 16 at the Vines Mansion in Loganville.
Honest Alley in Downtown Lawrenceville is hosting a Chalk Walk and Art Frolic on Oct. 29.
Eagle Forum of Georgia recently named a local woman as its state president.
Got manners? Probably not when it comes to talking on your cellphone.
It's a funny thing how memories are triggered.
North Gwinnett High School students and members of the Buford/North Gwinnett Rotary Club recently assembled 1,000 devices meant to help provide safer water in developing countries.
It's up to voters on Nov. 8 whether to approve an extension of the one-cent sales tax for education.
Survey under way for CID.
Longtime White Sox coach named as Parrish's replacement
Junior joins sister Kaela after withdrawing from GAC
Hawks move on to Elite Eight in Columbus
If you believe a column in Newsweek magazine, most of the Occupy Wall Street protesters are just regular folks, people like you and me. Writer Michael Daly puts forth that the demonstrators simply have had enough of an unfair economic system, and what’s wrong with that?
LAWRENCEVILLE -- Special Needs Schools of Gwinnett has scheduled its community fall festival and touch-a-truck event for 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at 660 Davis Road.
SUWANEE -- New Life Academy of Excellence, which was one of the first-ever startup schools in Gwinnett County, got approval from the local board of education this week to continue as a charter school.
LAWRENCEVILLE -- The Gwinnett Public Library's new "buddy branch" system begins today.
NORCROSS -- Wesleyan came into its Friday night contest with confidence and a three-game winning streak. It ended the night with a four-game streak and more positive energy following a 42-14 win over Pinecrest Academy in Norcross.
Jerry and I were talking the other day. We've known each other since the day I was born, he having entered this earth the day before I did. It was there in the hospital nursery we first met and the friendship has endured through the years.
LAWRENCEVILLE -- In separate announcements this week, the Georgia Recreation and Park Association and recreation and the YMCA have honored local volunteers.
EDITOR'S NOTE: Levengood is co-chair of Gwinnett Kids Count, a grassroots group supporting the passage of the education SPLOST.
DULUTH -- The Thrashers may have turned tail and left Atlanta for greener pastures in the Great White North, but in Gwinnett, professional hockey lives on.
LAWRENCEVILLE -- The Salvation Army of Gwinnett County is hosting the fifth annual Breakfast featuring Grammy Award nominated comedian Jeff Foxworthy as the special guest speaker on Friday
Nice to see good in Meadowcreek football noted
NORCROSS -- A natural gas leak forced firefighters to evacuate two Norcross warehouses Friday.
Mr. David A. Lenz, age 62, of Auburn, GA passed away on Saturday, October 22, 2011. He was preceded in death by his parents, Carl and Alta Lenz; and brother, Carl Lenz. He is survived by his wife of thirty-two years, Joyce Ann Lenz, Auburn, GA; daughters, Carmen Yvette Bell, Anderson, IN, Shondale Lenz, Anderson, IN and
SUWANEE -- Emotions were riding high in the neighborhood rivalry between Peachtree Ridge and Duluth, but in the end it was the Lions securing at least the No. 2 seed from Region 7-AAAAA with a 47-14 win at the Lion's Den.
To quote the Church Lady on Saturday Night Live, “Well, isn’t that special?” State School Superintendent John Barge and Sen. Johnny Isakson (R-Ga.), have asked U.S. Education Secretary Arne Duncan for a waiver of the controversial No Child Left Behind law and, instead, to measure school performance on a broader basis, consisting of scores on a Criterion-Referenced Competency Test along with other factors in a “performance index.”
Is common courtesy on the decline, as many experts seem to think? Personally, I'm not so sure. I never thought it was all that common to begin with.
Benjamin Franklin, American statesman, inventor and printer coined a popular phrase during his lifetime of achievement:
Myositis Association benefit scheduled
NORCROSS -- The state chapter of Eagle Forum Georgia has named a local woman state president of the organization.
LAWRENCEVILLE -- The City of Lawrenceville is hosting a Chalk Walk and Art Frolic on Oct. 29 in Honest Alley Garden across from the Visitor's Center on Crogan Street.
SNELLVILLE -- Police on Friday corralled a note-passing bank robber less than three minutes after he'd hit a Snellville bank, an official said.
It didn't take A.J. Davis long to find a new high school.
It was a night of firsts as the Gwinnett Gladiators slowly put Greenville to bed in their home opener Friday.
The Gwinnett Gladiators pulled away from Greenville in the second period and buried the Warriors in the third. The Gladiators spread the scoring around and rolled to a 6-1 win in their home opener Friday at the Arena at Gwinnett Center.
Shiloh grad balances school, cross country, part-time job and Marines
From 0-2 start, UGA rises to become favorite in SEC East race
Jackets face Coastal Division test Saturday at Miami
Second-year Longhorns improve to 3-1 in varsity games
Williams' running powers Wildcats past Cedar Shoals
North rides defense, playmaking of Hosch and Jones to victory
Rams' ground game, defense leads dominating effort
Capobianco, Cox help Dacula roll past Archer
Wise and Martin lead ground game; Ogletree picks off three passes
Blue Devils go up 41-0 at half, coast to region win
Lions remain unbeaten in 7-AAAAA
Collins Hill picks up play after halftime for key region win
Tiffany Blake Elmore, age 37 of Auburn, GA passed away October 20, 2011. Arrangements by Smith Funeral Home Memory Chapel, 770-867-4553. *
Maria Cullen, age 76, of Loganville GA died on October 19, 2011. Arrangements by Metro Embalming & Crematory, Inc., Conyers, GA 30013, 770-922-8182 * www.metroembalming.com
Mr. Larry J. Parker, age 68, of Commerce passed away October 19, 2011 following a brief illness. Memorial Park South Funeral Home, 4121 Falcon Parkway, Flowery Branch, GA 30542 is ...
Louise Reynolds Harmon, age 90 of Atlanta, GA passed away October 20, 2011. Arrangements by Crowell Brothers Peachtree Chapel Funeral Home, 770-448-5757. *
Mrs. Dorothy Mae McDonald, age 83, of Flowery Branch passed away October 21, 2011. Memorial Park South Funeral Home, 4121 Falcon Parkway, Flowery Branch, GA 30542 is in charge of ...