Julio Teheran entered this season as the top prospect in the Atlanta Braves organization and, in some rankings, all of baseball. He battled until the end of spring training for a spot in the Braves rotation, just missing the cut in favor of Randall Delgado.
Samantha Dunn is in her with fourth year as the Gwinnett Braves corporate sales manager and began working with the team before Coolray Field was even built.
Addy also competed in 2008 Olympics in Beijing
A team-by-team look at the upcoming cross country season.
The Daily Post's Super Six for boys and girls cross country.
Norcross' Katherine Yost is a contender for the state championship in cross country this fall.
When the Forrest Wood Cup came to Lake Lanier in 2010, the leader after the first day of competition held the top spot with 14 pounds, 12 ounces. While that weight was a solid total, it would've only been good enough for fourth place after the first day this year.
Now this was something new. The U.S. women's basketball team faced its first Olympic halftime deficit in 12 years Thursday as it tried to reach the gold medal game for the fifth straight time. No worries.
Georgia High School Water Polo Association announces top preseason players for upcoming season
KIAWAH ISLAND, S.C. -- Five years ago, a leading golf publication chose Kiawah Island as the toughest golf course in America. Some of the best players in the world made it feel like a walk on the beach Thursday in the PGA Championship.. There was no wind in the morning
No injuries reported in either Lawrenceville house fire
WASHINGTON -- Excuse me, folks, but the weather is trying to tell us something. Listen carefully, and you can almost hear a parched, raspy voice whispering, "What part of 'hottest month ever' do you people not understand?"
We're converting a room into an office/man cave at my house. Part of the deal is that I get rid of a lot of very cool stuff that my wife insists on calling "clutter."
Huckaby laments that they don't make cars like they used to, especially the 1968 Buick with seats that recliine and an 8-track player.
LOGANVILLE -- City officials voted Thursday to go ahead with the purchase of the land located at 235 Main St. (formerly Catfish College restaurant). The purchase price was $220,810.36. Recently, the city also purchased the parcel of land at 4400 Pecan St. Mayor Ray Nunley stated that both parcels will
Expo begins at Gwinnett Center Friday, runs through Sunday
Eaton, Hardee go 1-2 for Americans
Taylor edges U.S. teammate with late jump
Steffens scores five goals as U.S. beats Spain for title
News and notes from Associated Press reporters at the Olympics
Americans take third straight Olympic title, avenge last year's World Cup loss
Shields: 'I might go in history books'
Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce begins campaign to add 100 new members and raise $950,000.
Painting "scam" puzzles neighbors in Lilburn subdivision.
A recent Mill Creek High School graduate and Valdosta State cross-country runner is believed to have drowned Wednesday after officials said he was swimming with teammates in a murky Florida river.
Lawrenceville activates another well for water.
Investigators narrow age range for woman whose skeletal remains turned up in Gwinnett.
Gwinnett property tax bills will be in the mail by Wednesday.
Jamaican becomes first Olympian to win 200 gold twice
Very few choose to put sexuality out in the open
Americans hoping to avenge silver medal from 2008
Mexico stands between soccer powerhouse and elusive Olympic gold
Youngster from Flint, Mich., becomes one of breakout stars in London
American fights through injury to help team in qualifying
Randy Travis is accused of driving while intoxicated and threatening to kill state troopers after the country singer crashed his car and was found naked and combative at the scene.
Teenager steals the show Thursday at IOC's daily news conference
Americans take care of Australia in the semifinals with big second half
By venue -- Aug. 10
"The Campaign" is buffoonish slapstick and gets dangerously close to being top-heavy with pratfalls and physical humor.
Local residents reviewed the new action flick, "Total Recall."
This Duluth eatery serves Korean food, including hand crafted dumplings.
The fourth film in the Bourne franchise, "The Bourne Legacy," may seem heady and intentionally disorienting and hard to follow at first -- until you realize it's really about drug addiction, and the lengths to which a junkie will go to get his fix.
There will be music, food and fashion shows during tax free Saturday.
The musical is on stage from Aug. 14 to 19.
A1A performs at Lake Lanier Island Resorts on Aug. 11.
The Duluth theater commemorates Elvis' "Aloha from Hawaiian" broadcast from nearly 40 years ago.
Test your film knowledge with Michael Clark's weekly movie trivia contest.
The competition is slated for March 1 to 3, 2013 in Lawrenceville.
Michael Clark spotlights "Grimm" Season one on Blu-ray disc.
The Lilburn studio will hold the event at Purple Rain in Duluth to benefit Young Survival Coalition's Tour de Pink Bike Ride.
The movie is not horrible, just marginal, according to GDP movie critic, Michael Clark.
Lightning blamed in another Gwinnett County fire, officials say.
While the number of new residents is a fraction of what it used to be, Gwinnett County still leads the 10-county metro region in growth, statistics released by the Atlanta Regional Commission Thursday show.
Fire damages two storage buildings on Buford Highway in Norcross, officials say.
A trigonometry teacher from Grayson High School tied others for second place in the women's high jump qualifying rounds at the London 2012 Olympics, securing a spot in Saturday's finals.
Gwinnett County is selling its confiscated firearms to the highest bidder under a new state law.
GAINESVILLE -- Authorities say a mechanic is a recovering in a hospital burn unit after a sailboat caught fire in a marina on Lake Lanier.. Fire officials say the man was working on the carburetor of a 24-foot sailboat Wednesday night, when gasoline caught a spark from a sparkplug
After receiving a record number of applications this year, the University of Georgia is preparing to welcome about 6,400 new students.
MARIETTA -- A metro Atlanta city aims to crack down on "foam parties" by banning customers younger than 18 from entering bars and lounges.. Police in Marietta have expressed concern about criminal and sexual activity at such parties, which involve dancing in massive amounts of foam that is often waist
ATLANTA (AP) -- Georgia government doesn't save as much as many other states, while recent state spending increases outpaced the national average. Those are conclusions from a new nonpartisan analysis of all 50 states.. The National Conference of State Legislatures found that Georgia finished the 2011 budget year with a
ATHENS (AP) -- A Georgia man told police he fears a dog ate his false teeth after a fight with his roommate.. Police say the 49-year-old Athens man told them that his roommate threw the teeth out the door in a fit of rage.. Police were called to
ATLANTA (AP) -- Transit authorities say trains have resumed after a power outage shut down part of Atlanta's commuter rail system at a key station in the city.. MARTA spokesman Lyle Harris says trains were able to roll again after power was restored around 7 a.m. Thursday.. Power issues shut
OCILLA, Ga. -- Police in the south Georgia town of Ocilla are searching for suspects after home invaders held a group of children at gunpoint.. Police say that the gunmen burst into the home Wednesday night.. Police say two men -- one armed with a pistol and the other with a
After most Georgia voters decided against a transportation tax, political attention is shifting to a new battle involving charter schools.
Donald H. Johnson, age 60, of Hoschton, GA, passed away on August 6, 2012. ￼
Gary Stephen Thompson, 67, Norcross, GA passed away, Monday, August 6, 2012 at Kennestone Tranquility Hospice after suffering a massive stroke. He is preceded in death by his parents, Dorothy ...
Mrs. Mary Wheeler, 89 died August 5, 2012.
Patricia Ann Hulsey Kelly passed away August 1, 2012 at her home in Norcross. She was born in the Blue Creek Community of White County on January 9, 1942, the ...
Robin Jenkins Church, age 50, of Sandy Springs, GA, passed away on July 28, 2012. ￼
Chester A. Galecki, age 95 of Lilburn, GA passed away August 7, 2012. He was the devoted husband of 68 years to Rose Galecki; loving father to Larry and his ...
Mary Ann Etheridge, 80, died August 6, 2012.
Doris Ann Page, age 83, of Lilburn, GA passed away on August 5, 2012.
Stephanie Rule Colebar, 46 passed away August 2, 2012.
Maggie Massey Garmon, age 95, of Carnesville, GA, passed away August 7, 2012. Crowell Brothers Peachtree Chapel Funeral Home, Norcross 770-448-5757.
Mrs. Myrtle Gee Brewer, 85, of Jefferson Ga., who passed away on Monday, August 6, 2012.
Gloria Petersen, 86, died August 7, 2012.
Mrs. Susan Gibson Hawkins, 76, of Athens, Georgia passed away Tuesday August 7, 2012.
Mrs. Patricia G. Davison, 60, of Athens, Georgia, who passed away August 5, 2012.
Rex “William” Loudermilk, Jr., age 32, of Loganville GA passed away Saturday, August 4th, 2012. He is survived by his mother Deborah Smith of Jackson, GA, father Rex ...
Jonelle Blackburn Edwards, age 81, of Stone Mountain, Ga, died suddenly, Wednesday, August 8, 2012. Arrangements are pending with the Bill Head Funeral Homes and Crematory, Lilburn/Tucker Chapel. (770 ...