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A day-long concert originally scheduled for Oct. 20 featuring Willie Nelson and Band of Horses has been cancelled by the promoters, announced officials of the venue.
No charges have been filed in Friday morning collision that killed a 50-year-old Lawrenceville woman, police said Monday. An investigation continues.
A group of Georgia taxpayers filed a lawsuit Monday afternoon against Gwinnett County Public Schools, claiming that education leaders in the district are using taxpayer funds and resources to campaign against a constitutional amendment on the Nov. 6 ballot.
Moments after Collins Hill High School students rushed the home football turf of rival Peachtree Ridge on Friday night, a brawl involving about 150 students broke out, requiring a response of more than 20 police officers and Sheriff's Department deputies to restore the peace.
Rodney "Shane" Houston allegedly stuffed 25 $20 bills into his pocket while working ticket counter at cheerleading competition.
Police say they've taken twin brothers into custody after investigators unearthed a body that was placed in a plastic container, encased in concrete and buried in the yard of a Winder home.
Mill Creek defensive lineman Kelsey Griffin made a commitment to the South Carolina football program on Wednesday morning.
Gwinnett police charged a 25-year-old Sugar Hill man with public indecency and contributing to the delinquency of a minor after finding him naked with a teen near a neighborhood pool.
Police said a Buford woman leapt from a car Sunday after being attacked by a family friend in his early 70s.
Twin brothers charged with murder in connection with a buried body found in Winder have deep ties in Gwinnett County, where their younger brother filed for a restraining order against them this past summer.