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G-Braves split doubleheader with Mud Hens

Gwinnett split its doubleheader with Toledo on Monday, taking the first game 3-2 in eight innings and falling in Game 2, 7-4, in the doubleheader regulation seven innings.

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Braves fall to Reds on Phillips double

ATLANTA — Brandon Phillips drove in the go-ahead run with a double off the centerfield wall and the Cincinnati Reds scored two runs off Jonny Venters in the eighth inning to beat the Atlanta Braves 3-1 on Monday night.

Tech to face Illinois in ACC/Big Ten Challenge

ESPN announces matchups, including Indiana vs. UNC, on Monday

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State baseball quarterfinals turn into rematch round for some

Plenty of intriguing storylines in today's state baseball quarterfinal round

Sugar Hill condemns house

SUGAR HILL -- More residents than typical attended Sugar Hill City Council's monthly meeting Monday night, mostly to urge the council to perform one of its more distasteful acts.. After hearing from several neighbors, the council voted unanimously to condemn Swain Stewart's residence at 1305 Hidden Circle, rejecting Stewart's request

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Danica Patrick tunes out critics and naysayers

CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Danica Patrick raced 513 laps around Darlington Raceway last weekend. What did you do?.

Duluth amends massage parlor ordinance

The city council approved an amendment to the city's massage ordinance that required an increase in licensing fee, limit the number of businesses allowed within the city, require more stringent background checks for applicants, and managers and require therapists at businesses submit to fingerprinting at the request of city officials to verify their identity and state certification.

Lilburn amends alcohol ordinance

Lilburn City Council meets Monday night.

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Kenerly asks to have second indictment thrown out

Attorneys for Kevin Kenerly on Monday filed a motion to quash the latest indictment of the embattled former Gwinnett County Commissioner.

Library braces for funding cuts

Library board members continued to discuss how best to address a gap in the projected Fiscal Year 2013 during its regular monthly meeting on Monday.

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Scholarship ceremony full of emotion

Instructions for what to do after winning the the Gates Millennium Scholarship:

Missing Buford woman found safe

21-year-old woman with special needs reported missing Friday, found Monday unharmed

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North assistant accepts head football job at Shiloh

North Gwinnett assistant football coach Troy Hobbs accepted the position to be Shiloh's new head coach.

Flesh-eating germ rare, especially for the healthy

Aimee Copeland has a rare condition, called necrotizing fasciitis, in which marauding bacteria run rampant through tissue. Affected areas sometimes have to be surgically removed to save the patient's life.

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Two county buildings earn LEED gold

Gwinnett County announced its Senior Services Center and Yellow River Water Reclamation Facility earned LEED gold certification.

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Local blood drive, fundraisers set for Aimee Copeland

South Gwinnett Rotary club to hold fundraiser Monday, May 21 at First Baptist Church of Snellville

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Names of victims released in Friday night shooting

The names have been released in the shooting death of two males that occurred near Norcross late Friday night.

Famed FAMU marching band suspended for another year

Florida A&M University's famed marching band is being suspended until 2013.

Ga. to launch seat belt campaign

The Governor's Office of Highway Safety is launching the annual "Click It or Ticket" campaign on May 21.

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Snellville woman with flesh-eating bug communicating

The parents of a young Snellville woman battling a flesh-eating bacterial infection say they've learned to read lips and are now able to communicate with their daughter. (Video inside)