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Top 10 most popular stories from Aug. 5-11

Below are the top 10 most viewed stories during the week of Aug. 5-11, 2013 on the Gwinnett Daily Post website. Click on the link to see what you may have missed.

» Stone Mountain's carver, now 81, not an artist but dedicated to task

Roy Faulkner took over Stone Mountain’s Confederate Memorial in the mid-60s

» Plane headed to Lawrenceville crashes, 2 killed

The physician in charge of the Rockdale Medical Center Comprehensive Hyperbaric & Wound Healing Center and his wife were killed Sunday in a plane crash in south Georgia.

» Former Gwinnett standout arrested for DUI

Georgia Tech and former Gwinnett basketball player Chris Bolden was arrested on DUI charges early Saturday morning on Interstate 85.

» Suspect claims he was at scene, but didn't kill couple

Cops: “It’s fair to say there are people we haven’t eliminated from suspicion” as a second suspect, “but we aren’t close to making additional charges.”

» Sandler, Barrymore movie filmed in Gwinnett gets new name

The movie starring Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore, which is being shot across several locations in Gwinnett County, has a new name.

» Gwinnett to devote 70 percent of sales tax program to transportation

Gwinnett government officials strike an agreement on a proposed SPLOST extension with leaders in 16 cities.

» Teen charged in accident that took father's life

Amadi Stephens, 17, was arrested Wednesday and charged with vehicular homicide.

» Company to move headquarters to Gwinnett, bring jobs

Gwinnett Chamber Economic Development and Berkley Southeast Insurance Group have announced that the insurance company plans to open its headquarters in Lawrenceville.

» School year begins with royal treatment

Gwinnett County Public Schools started a new school year on Wednesday as students and teachers returned to the classroom, and parents continued some traditions for their kids, like breakfast in bed.

» Camp Creek alum returns as principal

Valerie Robinett returned to Camp Creek Elementary this school year as the school’s new principal, 32 years after she enrolled at the school in kindergarten. Yet her kindergarten teacher still teaches at the school, only now in second grade.