As of Sunday, April 7, 2013
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The Snellville native who rose to fame in 2004 as the runner-up of American Idol became engaged last May to another Idol alum, Ace Young.
Tripp Halstead returned to the hospital, just three days after he was released.
Lawrenceville toned down its colors following Monday night's City Council meeting. In an amendment to its "color palette" ordinance, the body agreed to restrict colors such as pink, purple, orange, etc. from display on commercial buildings.
A Snellville man wanted in connection with the alleged stabbing death of his roommate has turned himself in to authorities in Northwest Florida, where he awaits extradition to Gwinnett County.
Former Commissioner Curtis McGill tells current board members the southern Gwinnett area needs attention.
Commissioners warned that assessment notices will be inaccurate due to a state law issue.
Police have identified the man killed Saturday after driving the wrong way on two of Gwinnett's major thoroughfares, but have yet to determine if alcohol was involved.
A Fairburn man was arrested on Interstate 85 for DUI and child endangerment after he allegedly drove erratically with four children in the car.
Gwinnett County Police arrested an 18-year-old Berkmar High School student last week in connection with separate robberies, one of which involved a taser.
An Archer High School sophomore allegedly brought a 9mm gun to a track meet on Saturday at Parkview High School.