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Top 10 most popular stories from May 20-26

Below are the top 10 most viewed stories during the week of May 20-26, 2013 on the Gwinnett Daily Post website. Click on the link to see what you may have missed.

» Primerica unveils global headquarters

With upbeat music, fireworks and Gov. Nathan Deal on hand, Primerica held a ribbon cutting for its new global headquarters in Duluth.

» New Norcross Walmart hiring 200

Walmart expects to hire 200 people to work at its store in Norcross, scheduled to open this summer.

» Cops: Mom threatened to blow up elementary school

A Duluth mother is facing felony charges after allegedly threatening "to blow up" her child's elementary school.

» Cops: Special needs parapro had sex with student

A paraprofessional at the Special Needs Schools of Gwinnett had sexual encounters with a 17-year-old student for nearly a year.

» Gwinnett names new fire chief

Casey Snyder was promoted as Gwinnett's new fire and emergency services chief to replace the retiring Bill Myers.

» Worker rescued after collapse at home of Falcons player

Emergency personnel rescued a construction worker Tuesday afternoon after a retaining wall collapsed and trapped him in a hole outside a Buford home.

» GGC student's faked kidnapping a national story

A Georgia Gwinnett College student was arrested last week by Johns Creek police for allegedly faking his own kidnapping.

» Four indicted in international sex ring with Gwinnett ties

Four Mexican men have been indicted for their alleged roles in an international sex trafficking ring with ties to Norcross.

» District's largest senior class graduates

Graduates of Brookwood High School received their diplomas during a ceremony at the school's stadium Wednesday night. With 810 graduating seniors, it was Gwinnett County Public Schools biggest commencement ceremony.

» One of nation's youngest doctors graduates in Suwanee

At age 22, Serennah Harding is one of the youngest doctors in the United States, according to officials with Georgia Campus -- Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine.