Top 10 most popular stories for Sept. 10 to 16

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

Gwinnett library system to offer books in a vending machine

The new technology is one of many money-saving measures library officials talked about last week during a budget session with officials.

Auburn boy, 4, run over in tragic accident

A 4-year-old Auburn boy was killed in a tragic accident last week.

Warrants issued for son in death of 72-year-old woman

Murder warrants have been issued for the son of a Lawrenceville woman found dead inside her home Tuesday.

Schools name 2013 teachers of the year

Communities around Gwinnett County are celebrating after the top teachers of the year around the district were named.

Parent upset school testing was planned for Jewish holiday

The mother of a second grader at Riverside Elementary was surprised by the school's plans to hold aptitude tests next week during Rosh Hashanah.

Man shot, killed by officer responding to domestic dispute

A Gwinnett police officer fatally shot a 20-year-old Lilburn man who aimed a BB gun at police outside his home Wednesday night.

'South Surge' nets hundreds of arrests, 3,000 tickets

Gwinnett County police say some 300 criminals are off the streets thanks to an operation they're calling the "South Surge."

Family plows Chipper Jones' likeness in corn field

Agritourism entrepreneurs in Loganville have created their own special tribute to veteran Atlanta Braves' Chipper Jones: a corn maze featurnig his likeness and jersey number.

Buford rallies behind athlete who fell ill during practice

A Buford High School junior remains in intensive care after falling ill Thursday during a pre-season basketball exercise.

Parkview shocks No. 1 Grayson

Not even Grayson's star-studded defensive unit could save the Rams from themselves -- or a hungry, motivated Parkview team -- in their Region 8-AAAAAA opener.