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Top 10 most popular stories for August 13-19

Below are the top 10 most viewed stories during the week of August 13 to 19, 2012 on the Gwinnett Daily Post website. Click on the link to see what you may have missed.

Former Collins Hill, North basketball player dies of rare condition

A former North Gwinnett and Collins Hill basketball player recently died of a rare form of pneumonia.

Man found dead behind Norcross office building

Police seek the ID of dead a dead man with head injuries who was found behind a Norcross office complex early this morning.

Police: Man peeped in bathroom through hole carved in floor

Sugar Hill man accused of carving peep-hole into the bottom of a trailer, for vantage point into the home's bathroom.

Regional air carrier plans commercial service at Briscoe

A regional air carrier plans commercial jet service from Lawrenceville's Gwinnett County airport despite recent rulings against a plan to privatize it.

Teacher at odds with sick leave policy

A math teacher at South Gwinnett High School is miffed by the district's decision to prohibit his fellow educators from donating their sick leave to him during a family crisis.

Heroin overdose claims 20-year-old Lawrenceville man

Lawrenceville man, 20, over-doses on heroin and dies, while three associates are charged, officials say.

SUPER SIX: Cardiello committed to Buford for senior season

Josh Cardiello is one of the few returning starters and seniors for Buford this season. He is committed to play football at the University of Georgia and is a Daily Post Super Six selection.

Kenerly clears bankruptcy hurdle but could lose home

Former Gwinnett commissioner Kevin Kenerly settles bankruptcy case in federal court, but lawyer concedes that his pricey home may be lost.

Huge biker gang bust has ties to Gwinnett

The Outlaw Motorcycle Club -- a national biker gang notorious for dealing in drugs, guns and danger -- has Gwinnett ties.

Jury awards $2.79M in Kroger lawsuit

Kroger plans to appeal the decision of a Gwinnett County jury to award $2.79 million to the plaintiff in an injury case against the retailer.