As of Monday, March 4, 2013
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Food court at Georgia Gwinnett College receives score of 64 on Feb. 21 health inspection.
Tax on vehicles at purchase replaces annual ad valorem tax on cars bought after March 1.
Ashley Stone, 20, was in critical condition after a single-car accident Tuesday in Athens.
Sequestration could cause county school system to lose $3.4 million in funding.
Traffic flow changes due to upcoming construction at intersection of Ga. Highway 316 and Ga. Highway 20
Ten students at Dacula High School were disciplined after an 11th-grader brought marijuana-laced brownies to campus and distributed them, according to officials.
A Dacula man shot and killed his wife in a domestic dispute Friday in the first homicide for the GCPD in 2013, officials said.
Police used a Taser to subdue a Berkmar High School student suspected of stealing a media player and socks in the Gwinnett Place Mall area.
A Charleston, S.C., man was arraigned on charges of threatening to kill President Barack Obama and shoot patrons of an Atlanta lounge in a Facebook post.
A woman was arrested and charged with billing residents of a Snellville assisted living facility for hair services she didn't perform.