Sunday, August 26, 2012
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On Aug. 18, Grier Sims Wallace, 87, passed away at his home after battling lung cancer for several months. Wallace opened Grier Insurance Agency on the square in downtown Lawrenceville.
Big Sky Farms has taken in two malnourished miniature horses at the Dacula rescue. The farm needs donations to assist with the medical care of the two sick horses.
Concerns over fidelity led a Peachtree Corners woman to reportedly plunge a steak knife into her husband's back in the apartment they shared.
The tally of students in Gwinnett County Public Schools continues to rise much to the surprise of staff, who said it looks like the district will see much more growth than in the last couple years.
Voting for Gwinnett’s next superior court judge turned Tuesday’s election into more of a runaway than a runoff.
The third time was the charm for Tommy Hunter, who prevailed in a tight race for county commission in a runoff Tuesday. Hunter defeated Gwinnett’s longest-serving current Commissioner Mike Beaudreau by just 56 votes.
A DeKalb high school football coach remembered in Gwinnett as the star running back on Buford's first state championship team has been suspended after a parent accused him of sexting her nude photos of himself.
Mike Beaudreau will consider a recount in Tuesday's GOP runoff, where he led in the polling until the final precincts were tallied, ending in a 56-vote defeat.
Administrators placed Berkmar High School on lockdown as a precaution Friday morning after a student at the facility "had an outburst," district officials said.
Police believe stolen brass was from the old Bona Allen Tannery, a historic part of a larger leather-producing complex that put Buford on the map nearly 150 years ago.