Top 10 most popular stories for July 23-29

Below are the top 10 most viewed stories during the week of July 23 to July 29, 2012 on the Gwinnett Daily Post website. Click on the link to see what you may have missed.

Mugshots Inc: 'Legalized extortion' or Constitutional privilege?

Some worry that mugshot websites could wreck their livelihoods -- unless they pay a steep price.

South Gwinnett principal leaves for APS

South Gwinnett High School will soon have a new principal as longtime administrator Clay Hunter recently left to work for Atlanta Public Schools. An interim principal has been named in the meantime.

Man accused of raping stepdaughter's friend during sleep over

A Suwanee man accused of raping his stepdaughter's 17-year-old friend during a sleep over has also been charged with furnishing alcohol to minors.

Wife charged in murder of husband

Gwinnett police have charged a 63-year-old Lawrenceville woman with fatally shooting her husband in the home they shared.

Snellville woman drowns during Fla. church trip

A Snellville mother of three drowned last week during a church trip to Florida, the current sweeping her into deep water as her husband and young daughter tried to get help.

Buford Kroger closing after 25 years

A Kroger in Buford that has for 25 years been a community fixture is closing its doors. Longtime customers spoke their piece Wednesday.

Woman indicted for alleged child molestation at shelter

A Lawrenceville woman has been indicted for her alleged sexual relationship with a 14-year-old girl while both were staying at a local domestic violence shelter.

Chamber program draws fire amid T-SPLOST debate

Citizen watchdogs complain about taxpayer funding going to the Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce, since it is involved in lobbying. Changes are already in the works.

Man pulled from Lake Lanier pronounced dead, ID'd

Divers pulled a 44-year-old man presumed drowned from Lake Lanier Thursday afternoon, where he had been swimming with family near West Bank Park.

Rare bacterial infection again leads to Gwinnett native's amputations

Wife of South Gwinnett teacher had her hands and feet amputated this week after falling victim to a rare bacterial infection born from dog saliva.