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Top 10 most popular stories from March 11 to 17

Below are the top 10 most viewed stories during the week of March 11 to 17, 2013, on the Gwinnett Daily Post website. Click on the link to see what you may have missed.

» Police: Youth sports funds used for concert tickets, car payments

Former Mountain View Athletic Association President Steven Brindle is accused of stealing tens of thousands of dollars from the organization.

» Man dies after Lawrenceville wreck

Sabrija Alic, 22, of Lawrenceville died March 10 when he lost control of his Honda and struck several trees after leaving the roadway.

» Testimony: Dacula murder fueled by $20K in shopping bills

A Gwinnett detective testified that $20,000 in shopping bills led to Dacula resident Egbert Courtney killing his wife on March 1.

» Former Braves center fielder's Sugarloaf home for sale

Former Atlanta Braves player Andruw Jones put his nine-bedroom home on Grey Moss Pass up for sale for nearly $5 million.

» Group protests outside Gwinnett school

A group of educators protested against sequestration outside Britt Elementary School on a day when county schools were shut down due to furloughs.

» Local brothers become kings of the popsicle world

Snellville natives Nick and Steven Carse have built a popsicle company, King of Pops, from an idea hatched over tequila on a beach somewhere between Panama and Mexico.

» Wounded veteran, family settling into donated home in Dacula

Sgt. Adam Egli and his family on Tuesday moved into their new Dacula home, a mortgage-free gift from Bank of America as part of the Wounded Warriors Support Foundation.

» 3 armed robbers hit Norcross ice cream shop

A trio of armed robbery suspects was arrested last month after allegedly hitting ice cream shop La Mejor De Michoacan in Norcross on Feb. 9.

» Mayor objects to councilman's leave of absence

Lilburn's mayor wants Councilman Thomas Wight to stay in his position instead of leaving for six months to hike the Pacific Crest Trail.

» Kaufman leaving GGC to head Chamber

Daniel Kaufman, the first and only president in Georgia Gwinnett College's history, announced Thursday he will be leaving the school after seven years to lead the Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce.