As of Sunday, March 31, 2013
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Duck Nation is alive and better than ever as was evident by the more than 10,000 people in attendance at Hebron Church last week.
The state's highest court has ruled against a Snellville man challenging the county's controversial trash plan.
Michael Rodriguez, the 42-year-old owner of Duluth's A Lot of Used Cars car lot, was arrested Friday night and charged with racing, improper use of dealer tags and improper stopping on roadway.
Gwinnett Police responded to a Buford house where officers found a 5-month-old home alone. Officers then found the parents at a nearby school, but they gave varied explanations about why the child was alone.
A 22-year-old allegedly tried to grab a coworker's genitals, exposed himself outside a business then assaulted police officers.
Officials with Gwinnett County Public Schools on Tuesday released a projection of Fiscal year 2014 finances.
A Norcross High student was charged with selling marijuana and pills at school. Cops reportedly found him in possession of marijuana, digital scales, zipper bags, rolling papers, a lighter and multiple pills.
Brief filed this week in the state Court of Appeals, calling for the second indictment against former Commissioner Kevin Kenerly to be thrown out.
Sue Fenton, better known as Miss Sue, started driving a bus for Gwinnett County Public Schools on Sept. 19, 1984, rarely missing a day of work for nearly 29 years.
Tripp Halstead left the hospital on Friday, five months after he sustained a traumatic brain injury when a tree fell on his head. He was welcomed at a grandparents house with decorations and a cake.