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Top 10 most popular stories for July 16-22

Below are the top 10 most viewed stories during the week of July 16 to July 22, 2012 on the Gwinnett Daily Post website. Click on the link to see what you may have missed.

Suwanee man attacks ranger at Lake Lanier

Authorities say a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers ranger is recovering after being repeatedly punched in the face while patrolling a park at Lake Lanier.

Snellville police chief in hospital

Snellville Police Chief Roy Whitehead, who also serves as interim city manager, is recovering from complications related to a recent surgery.

Speedy work under way on 'Aimee's Wing'

Construction at the Copeland family's Snellville home began just a week ago, with crews pouring foundation June 10 on the nearly 2,000-square-foot addition affectionately dubbed "Aimee's Wing."

T-SPLOST debate draws crowd to Lilburn

More than 100 residents listened to arguments in Lilburn for and against a proposed regional sales tax for transportation on ballots July 31.

21 arrests counted in 'Crackdown' operation

A combined sweep by Gwinnett police and the Georgia Department of Corrections Probation and Parole resulted in 21 arrests and seizures of drugs and other criminal possessions.

Girl makes outcry of abuse at church

A Lawrenceville woman is jailed on aggravated sexual battery charges after a teen girl made an outcry that she'd been sexually abused for years at church.

Cops: Illegal gambling machines siezed in cafe

Investigators recently seized illegal gambling machines and thousands of dollars at a cafe near Norcross.

Artist asked to take down religious art from library

After a complaint made by a library patron, Lawrenceville resident and artist Ralph Beach was asked to take down his art display from a Grayson library.

Mixed-use development proposed in Dacula

A developer proposed a hotel, 2.5 million square feet of retail and homes on 156-acres at the edge of Dacula, but county officials object to annexation.

Man found dead after SWAT standoff

Gwinnett police SWAT team members found a man dead in a closet from an apparent gunshot wound after a standoff Wednesday night.