Sunday, December 9, 2012
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It's lights, camera, action in downtown Lawrenceville this week, so if you see movie crews don't be surprised.
An intoxicated Georgia Bulldog fan allegedly wreaked havoc at two Dacula restaurants last week, groping, licking and flashing fellow patrons before being arrested.
The third time was the charm for the QuikTrip Corporation, as it was finally given the go-ahead by the Lawrenceville City Council to build a new facility at 181 Scenic Highway, an area considered to be the "Gateway to the Downtown Area."
After an ugly incident when the two high schools played a varsity football game on Oct. 5, officials at Collins Hill and Peachtree Ridge decided to send a message — it won't happen again.
James Earl White, 73, of Grayson was arrested Monday and charged with misdemeanor vehicular homicide and failure to obey a stop sign.
Jose Antonio Hernandez-Gonzalez reportedly told police Tuesday night they would have to shoot him before he dropped his loaded .357 revolver.
Snellville resident Aimee Copeland spoke at a fundraising dinner Wednesday night for an Atlanta nonprofit that helps victims of human trafficking.
Former Atlanta Falcon Grady Jackson is in the Gwinnett County jail for the fourth time in less than two years.
A student at Duluth Middle School suffered non life-threatening injuries Thursday afternoon after he was allegedly cut by another student during a fight in the bathroom.
The cost to use interstate toll roads in metro Atlanta, which has been steadily rising in recent months, has hit a new record.