As of Sunday, October 6, 2013
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Gwinnett Daily Post
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Gwinnett County Public Schools last week announced its 26 Teacher of the Year semifinalists. Six finalists will be announced by mid-October.
The Flying Biscuit Cafe, which closed because of two failing health scores, recently reopened with a new menu and renovated kitchen.
Woman arrested and charged with five counts of DUI-child endangerment following an incident last week near Stone Mountain.
A new restaurateur will take over the historic depot location in Norcross, after a city bid process.
According to the Johns Creek Police Department, the body was found by two kayakers about a mile south of the McGinnis Ferry Road bridge in Johns Creek.
Two juveniles have been arrested after three Shiloh High students reported on Tuesday that they were robbed of their cell phones while waiting for a ride outside the school.
A 20-year-old man is accused of trying to ignite four different vehicles parked at Gwinnett County Public Schools’ Instructional Support Center in Suwanee. Two county-owned work vans were burned.
Alicia Williams, who works at the Duluth Animal Hospital, took in a silky chicken and two-legged chihuahua who needed a new home to survive.
A winning $5 million lottery ticket was purchased at a Duluth gas station.
An elderly woman was killed in a collision Friday afternoon at at Peachtree Industrial Boulevard and South Waterworks Road.