As of Sunday, August 25, 2013
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Gunshot-riddled body found west of downtown Atlanta tied to missing Gwinnett man believed killed at Doraville scene.
A new restaurant is slated to open in November near Forever 21 at Sugarloaf Mills mall.
A roommate of Roberto Ortega Figueroa returned home Friday night to find the 36-year-old shot and killed. As of last week, no motive or suspects were known.
A Lawrenceville elementary school is mourning the loss of an assistant principal who died over the weekend when she fell down a flight of stairs.
After agreeing how to divvy up to $495 million from a three-year sales tax program, commissioners officially place the matter before voters. Also, commissioners agree to sell land for a school.
Jennifer Niday, a 13-year educator with Gwinnett County Public Schools, passed away Monday following injuries she sustained in a fall over the weekend.
A 23-month-old boy was shot and killed in unincorporated Lilburn Tuesday night by his grandfather, police said.
Two men were indicted for the alleged murder of 14-year-old Paul Sampleton. Three schoolmates at Grayson High were the only suspects previously arrested.
Two people were pulled from a burning home and transported with advanced life support measures in progress, fire officials said.
Matthew Salako matched the first five numbers from the Aug. 20 Mega Millions drawing.