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Fifteen years after Malerie Moulder had a tumor removed from her brain stem, and doctors said she might not ever walk, talk or eat by mouth again, she is a junior varsity cheerleader at Mountain View High School.
Tom Martinez, 24, died on the scene of the Bethesda School Road accident, which occured at about 3:12 a.m. last Saturday, a police report said.
Twelve members of a Gwinnett County jury now have the fate of Jason Dozier in their hands — and, thanks to an unusual development, fear in the back of their minds.
Joe Cheeley Jr., 84, made a big contribution to Gwinnett’s judicial community, including the three sons that followed him into the profession.
Jason Dozier, the first of seven suspects tried in the murder of 15-year-old Nick Jackson, has been found guilty on all counts.
Gwinnett County police believe they have arrested four “top ranking members” of a local gang, a group known for retaliation and tied to at least two recent shootings.
Gwinnett County Public Schools Superintendent/CEO J. Alvin Wilbanks announced a restructuring of the district’s upper level management at its regular monthly Board meeting. The district renamed four of its six divisions which are now grouped into two teams.
The Lilburn driver accused of killing a mother and child walking down Lawrenceville Highway was under the influence of methamphetamine, indictments returned this week alleged.
Gwinnett County Public Schools has presented its 2014-2015, which is similar to this school year’s.
Two Barrow County teens were reported missing early Friday morning. They are from the Winder and Bethlehem areas.