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A patch of ice on Ronald Reagan Parkway caused a chain of events that took one man’s life Monday morning and sent a child to the hospital in critical condition.
Accident investigation officials are investigating the accident, which occurred after a man, possibly homeless, crossed the interstate at Buford Drive near the Mall of Georgia.
Atlanta Falcons defensive end Jonathan Massaquoi surprised his middle school P.E. teacher on Tuesday with a $1,000 award to the school after the teacher was nominated as part of the team’s “Heroes in the Classroom” award.
A Duluth High senior has reportedly been suspended for the rest of the school year after he allegedly hugged a teacher in November. An online petition has been established in support of the student.
A Gwinnett County Public Schools assistant superintendent is a finalist for a superintendent position in Richmond, Va.
Gwinnett County Schools Police, Gwinnett County Police and the Georgia Bureau of Investigation are investigating several incidents of students posting obscene pictures on social media.
The next phase in ongoing construction at North Gwinnett High School re-started recently as crews removed trailers and began work on the 100 building.
A pedestrian was hit and killed early Thursday morning at the intersection of Duluth Highway and Medical Center Parkway.
The Republican from Snellville had been accused of filing for state reimbursements he wasn’t entitled to.
The donation, made by Clyde and Sandra Strickland, is designated for family medicine residency education.