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Top 10 most popular stories from June 17-23

Below are the top 10 most viewed stories during the week of June 17-23, 2013 on the Gwinnett Daily Post website. Click on the link to see what you may have missed.

» Suspect hit by car during police chase

A fleeing suspect was hit by a police car following a chase last week in Duluth.

» Sports talk hosts fired for offensive bit

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.

» Library board names interim director

With its recently ousted director in the second row, the Gwinnett County Library Board of Trustees named an interim director.

» GMC patients warned of possible TB exposure

Gwinnett Medical Center has warned more than 100 former patients of an employee recently diagnosed with an active tuberculosis infection.

» New property tax districts moving forward

On Tuesday, commissioners learn that this year's tax digest is in line with millage rate plans proposed during the county budgeting process.

» Teen facing life-threatening injuries after bike crash

A Dacula teenager suffered life-threatening injuries after he and his bike collided with a car late Tuesday night.

» Officer witnesses man rolling safe across parking lot

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.

» New restaurant to open near Mall of Georgia

Burger 21, a fast-casual restaurant, is opening its first franchise in Georgia down the road from the Mall of Georgia.

» School board approves tax hike

In a unanimous vote Thursday night, the board of education voted to hike the millage rate by 1.30 mills over the previous year.

» GCPS buys back its headquarters

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.