As of Tuesday, September 4, 2012
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A recently retired area superintendent of Gwinnett County Public Schools is a finalist for the post of Duval County Superintendent near Jacksonville, Fla.
Mother frets for missing 30-year-old son, last seen Aug. 19 at his uncle's Lawrenceville home.
The driver of the wrong-way crash on 316 has been ID'd as 37-year-old Beverly L. Wilkins of Dacula. She is charged with DUI and five counts of accident with serious bodily injury.
Tommy Hunter remains the winner in the District 3 commission race, after a recount of last week's GOP runoff.
A video broadcast journalism class at Duluth High School has put together a lip-dub version of Carly Rae Jepsen's "Call Me Maybe."
Duluth man could be deported for fraud charges involving $64K BMW, authorities say.
A family at odds with the school district over its refusal to bend sick leave policy feels slighted once again.
Police believe the Dacula woman who caused a wrong-way crash on Ga. Highway 316 last week was high on stolen propofol.
Authorities say construction has started at Lake Lanier on what will be Georgia's newest state park.
Jim Markham, principal since Mill Creek's opening, was caught completely off guard by the honor and said: "I really don't have a good response."