As of Monday, June 24, 2013
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A fleeing suspect was hit by a police car following a chase last week in Duluth.
The hosts of sports talk radio show "Mayhem in the AM" were fired by the station after they did a bit poking fun at former New Orleans Saints player Steve Gleason, who is suffering from ALS.
With its recently ousted director in the second row, the Gwinnett County Library Board of Trustees named an interim director.
Gwinnett Medical Center has warned more than 100 former patients of an employee recently diagnosed with an active tuberculosis infection.
On Tuesday, commissioners learn that this year's tax digest is in line with millage rate plans proposed during the county budgeting process.
A Dacula teenager suffered life-threatening injuries after he and his bike collided with a car late Tuesday night.
An off-duty Barrow County officer witnessed a man rolling a safe from a Monkey Joes in Dacula early Wednesday morning across the parking lot in an officer chair.
Burger 21, a fast-casual restaurant, is opening its first franchise in Georgia down the road from the Mall of Georgia.
In a unanimous vote Thursday night, the board of education voted to hike the millage rate by 1.30 mills over the previous year.
Board of education members Thursday night approved the $52 million purchase of district headquarters in Suwanee, ending a years-long lease with a private investment group.