As of Sunday, October 13, 2013
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ESPN’s David Pollack, a former star football player at Shiloh and UGA, made headlines over the weekend with his comments about the makeup of the college football playoff committee.
An underage drunk driver reportedly crashed his silver SUV, left, into the Taco Bell restaurant several times early Sunday morning. He was arrested and charged with multiple felonies.
Preston Williams, CEO of the Gwinnett Center and Explore Gwinnett, was in fair condition Tuesday at Gwinnett Medical Center.
Three people were arrested after a 2-year-old boy and 1-year-old girl were found in a Duluth home, with filthy diapers and horrible diaper rash.
Gwinnett County Public Schools has announced Teacher of the Year finalists for the annual award that will be given on Nov. 7.
Sugarloaf Mills, a Lawrenceville mall, was transferred into mortgage servicing after problems paying back its loan, according to a report.
A private real estate equity firm based Las Vegas is reportedly acquiring the Duluth property.
The well known-face and voice died Oct. 6 of an apparent heart attack. He was 61.
Mustangs snapped a 53-game losing streak -- notching its first win since 2008.
Mill Creek loses a big lead late and falls short in its bid to upset the state’s No. 1 team on Friday night.