As of Monday, July 15, 2013
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The woman who died on Interstate 85 near Duluth has been identified. The tractor-trailer driver who allegedly triggered the wreck that caused her death has not been charged with a crime.
A Norcross resident and former youth director, was recently indicted on federal child pornography charges.
A Lawrenceville ophthalmologist was recently named a top doctor in Atlanta by a leading healthcare research company.
Commissioners terminate the contractor of a landscaping firm, after workers get behind schedule on mowing.
A downtown Lawrenceville street will be closed for five weekdays, beginning July 11, as part of the construction of the city’s Heritage Trail.
Armed robbers hit a bridal shop in Duluth on Thursday, assaulted a store clerk and made off with cash, then got away from police officers who arrived in the area.
Nicholas Kim, a rising junior on the defending state champion's football team, died after a long battle with a rare form of cancer.
On July 11, 2011, Nique Leili was reported missing and, five days later, found among leaves and twigs near the entrance to her Lawrenceville neighborhood.
Before hundreds of supporters, relatives and contractors who helped remodel their new house, Tripp Halstead and his parents were introduced to their new home on Saturday in Jefferson.
Emails obtained by the Daily Post reveal more about the dismissal of Nancy Stanbery-Kellam as the director of the Gwinnett Public Library.