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Fire guts kitchen of Lawrenceville home

A Thursday evening house fire in Lawrenceville was attributed to food left unattended on the stove.

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Modern look picked for diamond interchange in Norcross

Gwinnett Village officials unveil plans for aesthetics at diverging-diamond style Jimmy Carter bridge.

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Charter school pays tribute to Sept. 11 with art

Jessica Allison was in second grade when terrorists attacked the World Trade Center. She brings little from her childhood memory but remembers something seemed different that next day.

PREP ROUNDUP: Mill Creek falls to No. 2 North Cobb in two sets

A look Thursday's results in local games.

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Jones, Braves beat Mets 6-5 in Game 1

NEW YORK -- Chipper Jones earned himself another turn in the two-hole.. Jones looked real comfortable starting as the No. 2 batter for the first time since 1996, hitting a double and homer and helping the Atlanta Braves snap a three-game skid with a 6-5 victory over the

Seattle man pleads not guilty in 1957 death of 7-year-old girl

SYCAMORE, Ill. -- A Seattle man pleaded not guilty Thursday in the 1957 kidnapping and killing of a 7-year-old Illinois girl whose body was exhumed this summer by authorities seeking evidence in the case.. Jack McCullough, 71, appeared via a video feed from the DeKalb County Jail to

MCCULLOUGH: All you can eat, no cover

All you can eat, no cover. Just as you finish ordering a man walks in and sits down in the booth next to you. The waitress walks over and hands him a menu, and he begins to peruse it. Completely ordinary circumstances, right?. Now imagine that man is buck naked

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Obama asks $450B to lift economy

WASHINGTON -- Confronting an economy in peril, President Barack Obama unveiled a larger-than-expected $450 billion plan Thursday night to boost jobs and put cash in the pockets of dispirited Americans, urging Republican skeptics to embrace an approach heavy on the tax cuts they traditionally love. With millions of

ROBINSON: Recognize that it's over

A reminder that the war on terror is over, and we won.

BREAKDOWN: Flowery Branch at Apalachee

A look at Friday night's Flowery Branch-Apalachee football game

BREAKDOWN: Winder-Barrow at Madison County

A look at Friday night's Winder-Barrow vs. Madison County football game

HUCKABY: Take time to remember those who sacrificed

With the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks on our nation's very fabric approaching I became curious as to what, exactly, I had written in my first column after the attacks.

BREAKDOWN: Athens Christian at Hebron Christian

A look at Friday night's Hebron Christian-Athens Christian football game

BREAKDOWN: Grayson at Archer

A look at Friday night's Grayson-Archer football game

BREAKDOWN: Wheeler at Meadowcreek

A look at Friday night's Meadowcreek-Wheeler football game

BREAKDOWN: Collins Hill at M.L. King

A look at Friday's Collins Hill-M.L. King football game.

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Getting to Know ... Jennifer Edwards

A question-and-answer session with Grayson softball coach Jennifer Edwards.

Dacula softball to host yard sale, BBQ, car wash

Fundraiser to help Falcons' program

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Mixed results for SEC's inexperienced quarterbacks

Uncertainty prevailed in the Southeastern Conference whenever the conversation turned to quarterbacks during the offseason.. Gone were stars like Arkansas' Ryan Mallett, Alabama's Greg McElroy and Auburn's Heisman winner Cameron Newton. All around the SEC, there were relative unknown signal-callers being thrown into the fray.. Most SEC schools can

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White: WR Jones ready to shine for Falcons

ATLANTA -- Falcons Pro Bowl receiver Roddy White is eager to see how opponents defend him now that Atlanta has added rookie wideout Julio Jones.. Trying to cover tight end Tony Gonzalez, flanker Harry Douglas and rookie running back Jacquizz Rodgers might wear down Chicago if White matches his single

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US Open men's final moved to Monday for fourth year in row

NEW YORK -- Even in Thursday's perfect weather, Andy Roddick ran into trouble completing a rain-delayed victory at the U.S. Open -- this time, because of water seeping through a crack behind a baseline in the tournament's second-largest stadium.. At least he finally got to finish a 6-3

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Yellow Daisy Festival underway at Stone Mountain

The Yellow Daisy Festival has set up shop in Stone Mountain today through Sunday.

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THE DISH: Purple Rain Restaurant and Lounge

Purple Rain serves a selection of tapas ranging from vegetarian to shellfish to meat and dessert.

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Buford man reflects on helping 9/11 victims

Unlike others who witnessed the macabre spectacle through television or radio broadcast, Buford resident Donald Trantow just weeks later would be physically standing streetblocks away from Ground Zero.

Chamber holding care package drive Friday as 9/11 tribute

The Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce is holding a tribute to the 10th anniversary of Sept. 11, 2001, by holding an event Sept. 9 that allows attendees to donate and assemble care packages for U.S. troops.

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BREAKDOWN: Wesleyan at Twiggs County

A look at Friday's Wesleyan-Twiggs County football game

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BREAKDOWN: Holy Innocents' at GAC

A look at Friday's Holy Innocents'-GAC football game

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BREAKDOWN: Newnan at Peachtree Ridge

A look at Friday's Peachtree Ridge-Newnan matchup

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BREAKDOWN: Roswell at Norcross

A look at Friday's Norcross-Roswell football game

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BREAKDOWN: Cherokee at Mill Creek

A look at Cherokee vs. Mill Creek football

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Disc Spotlight: 'X-Men: First Class'

Michael Clark spotlights "X-Men: First Class"

Movie Trivia Contest 9/9

Michael Clark's weekly movie trivia contest.

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11th Atlanta British Car Fayre rolls into Norcross

The Atlanta British Car Fayre comes to Norcross this Saturday with an array of British cars and motorcycles.

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MOVIE REVIEW: 'Contagion' is infectious

"Contagion" is a movie carrying an important message from one of the world's most talented directors with a cast that includes no less than four Oscar-winners.

Film Fans rave about 'The Debt'

Film Fans review "The Debt."

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Auburn's annual Harvest of Arts showcases local artists

The Georgia Piedmont Arts Center host Harvest of Arts in Auburn on Saturday.

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ART BEAT: 'Cat on a Hot Tin Roof' heats up Lionheart Theatre

One of the 20th century's most passionate plays will be heating up the stage of the Lionheart Theatre beginning Friday and running weekends through Sept. 25.

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BREAKDOWN: Duluth at Alpharetta

A look at Friday's Duluth-Alpharetta matchup.

County's top defensive players make it tough to game plan

There's a group of defensive players in the county that give opposing coaches fits every week.

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Central travels to Berkmar to open region play

Black Knights look to avenge last year's loss to Patriots

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Shiloh, South still seeking first win

This isn't the position John Small and Brian Montgomery thought they would be in this early in the season. The South Gwinnett and Shiloh head football coaches are still winless this year, but there's good news ahead.

Buford defense faces skilled stars from Yulee (Fla.)

Wolves to play on ESPNU

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Bears hungry for first win

As well as anyone, Tim Hardy understands the growing pains a new program like Lanier goes through. His Mountain View Bears aren't far removed from those first steps -- in fact just a year ahead of the Longhorns in the process.

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Falcons try to right ship against defending champs

Dacula will go for its first win in tonight's Region 8-AAAAA opener against defending state champion Brookwood.

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Police: Injured wrestler not hit by car

A new police report says Peachtree Ridge wrestler Tsvetomir Petrushev was not a victim of a hit-and-run accident.

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FOOD FOR THOUGHT: Texting is ruining our manners

The texting craze is driving me crazy.

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The Dish: Purple Rain Restaurant And Lounge

Purple Rain Restaurant and Lounge

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Auburn's Annual Harvest Of Arts Showcases Local Artists

AUBURN -- The Georgia Piedmont Arts Center, a local nonprofit art organization, is hosting the annual Harvest of Arts on Saturday on the front lawn of their Auburn art cottage.

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Breakdown: Collins Hill At M.L. King

Collins Hill Eagles (7-AAAAA)

Probate CT Wills

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Corporations

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Sheriff's Sales

SHERIFF’S SALE

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Breakdown: Holy Innocents' At Gac

Holy Innocents’ Bears (5-A)

Prep Roundup: Mill Creek Falls To No. 2 North Cobb In Two Sets

HOSCHTON -- Mill Creek split a pair of matches as the Hawks defeated Mountain View 26-23, 25-17 and fell to the state's No. 2 team, North Cobb, by a 25-19, 25-16 score. Kim Brody had 13 kills and Ashley Isaac had 15 digs as the Hawks moved to 16-8 for the season.

Breakdown: Wheeler At Meadowcreek

Wheeler Wildcats (5-AAAAA)

Breakdown: Winder-Barrow At Madison County

Winder-Barrow Bulldoggs (8-AAAA)

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Foreclosures Part 1

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G-Braves Announce 2012 Schedule

Two days after finishing up their 2011 season with a rainout against the Charlotte Knights, the Gwinnett Braves announced their schedule for the upcoming 2012 season.

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Mixed Results For Sec's Inexperienced Quarterbacks

Uncertainty prevailed in the Southeastern Conference whenever the conversation turned to quarterbacks during the offseason.

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Probate CT Administration

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Divorces

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Buford Man Reflects On Helping 9/11 Victims

BUFORD -- America watched with horror as the broadcast images of terrorist strikes in Lower Manhattan claimed the lives of many 10 years ago.

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DELINQUENT PROPERTY

Foreclosures NOTICE OF SALE Part 3

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Zonings

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Debtors &amp Creditors

NOTICE TO DEBTORS

Robinson: Recognize That It's Over

There never was a "war on terrorism." It wasn't "terrorism" that crashed airliners into buildings on that brilliant Tuesday morning. The attacks were carried out by a 19-member assault team from al-Qaeda, a terrorist organization then being sheltered by the Taliban regime in Afghanistan. There most definitely was a war against al-Qaeda, and we won.

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Breakdown: Athens Christian At Hebron Christian

Athens Christian Eagles (8-A)

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Art Beat: 'Cat On A Hot Tin Roof' Heats Up Lionheart Theatre

One of the 20th century's most passionate plays will be heating up the stage of the Lionheart Theatre beginning Friday and running weekends through Sept. 25.

Film Fans Rave About 'The Debt'

EDITOR'S NOTE: Film Fans features local residents reviewing the film of the week: "The Debt." Want to be a film fan? Email features@gwinnettdailypost.com. Current Film Fans, email features@gwinnettdailypost.com ASAP. We are updating our list of members.

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Police: Injured Wrestler Not Hit By Car

LAWRENCEVILLE — Police now believe that the Peachtree Ridge wrestler fighting for his life over the weekend was not struck by a hit-and-run driver as originally reported, but may have fallen from a moving car while intoxicated.

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Disc Spotlight: 'X-Men: First Class'

X-Men: First Class (Blu-ray) (PG-13)

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STATE OF GEORGIA

Breakdown: Flowery Branch At Apalachee

Flowery Branch Falcons (8-AAAA)

Adoptions

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Us Open Men's Final Moved To Monday For Fourth Year In Row

NEW YORK -- Even in Thursday's perfect weather, Andy Roddick ran into trouble completing a rain-delayed victory at the U.S. Open -- this time, because of water seeping through a crack behind a baseline in the tournament's second-largest stadium.

Service By Publication

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Foreclosures NOTICE OF SALE Part 11

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Probate CT Discharge

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County's Top Defensive Players Make It Tough To Game Plan

It didn't take Archer head coach Andy Dyer long to look at the video of tonight's opponent and figure out a game plan on offense.

Name Changes

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DUI Notices

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Juvenile Court

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Falcons Try To Right Ship Against Defending Champs

There were high expectations when Jared Zito took over as Dacula's head football coach in the offseason.

Trade Names

GWINNETT

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Movie Review: 'Contagion' Is Infectious

Contagion

Probate CT Miscellaneous

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Condemnations

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Breakdown: Grayson At Archer

Grayson Rams (8-AAAAA)

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Hammock: Gac Football Gaining In Strength Thanks To Schofield

What happens in the Friday night spotlight is the perspective on high school football for most fans, who aren't privy to the behind the scenes preparation for the one weekly showcase.

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Kristen Huckeba

Kristen Barrett Huckeba, age 46, of Lawrenceville, passed away Wednesday, August 31, 2011 after a long battle with colon cancer. Kristen was born on January 3, 1965 in Atlanta, and ...

Helen Haney Everett

Helen Haney Everett, age 62 of Bethlehem, passed away Tuesday, September 6, 2011. Funeral Services will be held 2:00 PM, Friday, September 9, 2011 in the Loganville Chapel of Tim ...

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Mary H. Maltba

Mary H. Maltba, age 93 of Lawrenceville, passed away Tuesday, September 6, 2011. Graveside Services will be held at North Atlanta Memorial Park in Dunwoody at 11 AM Friday, September ...

Kelly Lindquist

Kelly Anne Lindquist, age 33 of Hull, GA passed away September 5, 2011. Arrangements by Crowell Brothers Peachtree Chapel Funeral Home, 770-448-5757

Clyde Tatum

Mr. Clyde T. Tatum, age 84 of Sugar Hill, GA passed away on Tuesday, September 6, 2011. Service and Arrangements by: Junior E. Flanigan of Flanigan Funeral Home and Crematory ...

Marilyn Ann Steigerwald

Marilyn Ann Steigerwald, age 61 of Indianapolis, passed away Sept. 3, 2011. Marilyn, beloved wife, mother and grandmother, was a lifelong educator, teaching and volunteering at Catholic schools on the ...

J.w. Mclain

J.W. McLain, age 80, of Hoschton, GA, passed away Wednesday, September 7, 2011. Arrangements by Tom M. Wages Funeral Service, LLC, "A FAMILY COMPANY" 770-963-2411. www.wagesfuneralhome.com

Sara Kelly

Sara Kelly, age 103, of Duluth, GA died Wednesday, September 7, 2011. Arrangements are pending with Bill Head Funeral Home, Duluth Chapel 770-476-2535.

Roy Sipin

Roy Carl Sipin, age 80 of Lawrenceville, GA died suddenly on Sunday, September 4, 2011. Arrangements by Hamilton Mill Memorial Chapel. 770-945-6924, www.hamiltonmillchapel.com

Martha Stephenson

Evans Funeral Home announces the death of Mrs. Martha Jurell Peek Stephenson, age 83 of Jefferson, Ga., who passed away on Wednesday, September 7, 2011. Evans Funeral Home, Jefferson, 706-367-5467 ...

Eva Leona Harrell

Mrs. Eva Leona Harrell, age 76, of 6345 Riley road in Cumming, Georgia died Tuesday, September 6 at the residence of her daughter in Sandersville. A memorial service for Mrs ...

Grace Wood

Grace Elizabeth Wood, age 90 of Hoschton, GA passed away September 6, 2011. Arrangements by Smith Funeral Home, 770-867-4553

Sharon Flynn

Sharon Marie Flynn, age 49, of Flowery Branch, GA passed away on Tuesday, September 6, 2011 at her residence. Arrangements by Memorial Park South Funeral Home and Cemetery, 770-967-5555. www.memorialparkfuneralhomes.com ...

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