As of Sunday, September 23, 2012
© Copyright 2014
Gwinnett Daily Post
Below are the top 10 most viewed stories during the week of Sept. 17 to Sept. 23, 2012 on the Gwinnett Daily Post website. Click on the link to see what you may have missed.
Adam Smith, a 16-year-old at Buford High School collapsed last week during a preseason basketball workout and died in the hospital on Sunday.
A Snellville man was arrested Sunday after he allegedly kidnapped his estranged wife from church.
Police say a Lawrenceville man was blatant about his lewd conduct last week as he sat on a bench outside of a hotel.
Less than five hours after sealing the Atlanta Falcons win over Denver on Monday Night Football, running back Michael Turner was charged with DUI in Gwinnett County.
A middle-school student from Gwinnett is seriously ill at an Atlanta hospital after he collapsed during football practice in Walton County.
Two Georgia Lottery jackpot winning tickets were sold from Gwinnett stores last week.
Gwinnett police have charged a man with trying to abduct children one evening last week at a Loganville park.
During one of his most public annual appearances, the superintendent of Gwinnett County Public Schools warned of the repurcussions to a proposed constitutional amendment that would guarantee the state's authority to charter independent public schools.
The management of Discover Mills announced Friday that the retail outlet and entertainment destination is about to get a new name.
Gwinnett Police responded to what an unidentified resident described as a home invasion at a Lawrenceville apartment complex.