As of Sunday, May 19, 2013
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Primerica isn't just one of the biggest companies based in Gwinnett. It is now also a place on the map.
A math teacher at Mountain View High School, was arrested recently, accused of having inappropriate contact with a student. The young woman in the case said she and the teacher had a months-long consensual relationship.
Police believe a man stabbed his girlfriend, then shot himself early Sunday morning in Snellville.
Gwinnett County Fire Chief Bill Myers, who joined the department as a firefighter 30 years ago, will retire in the coming weeks.
A man wanted in Forsyth County tried unsuccessfully to flee from Gwinnett County police on Monday afternoon, which resulted in his death.
When Joan Morgan called to ask Gwinnett County police to pick up her son — wanted out of Forsyth County on probation violation and failure to appear charges — she warned them he may run. (Audio in link)
Aimee Copeland received new bionic hands last week, the first step in what shapes up to be a busy summer. Copeland is expected to do more research on kids who are amputees, and start a second graduate degree program in August.
The president of the Gwinnett Football League has been charged in a contentious rental dispute that previously led to the arrest of his father and another business associate.
A unanimous vote at Thursday's board of education meeting meant formal approval of a $1.7 billion budget for Fiscal Year 2014. Officials also tentatively adopted a millage rate increase of 1.30 mills over the previous year's rate.
Four veteran educators were tapped to lead local elementary schools for the 2013-14 year during a Thursday board of education meeting.