Top 10 most popular stories from Oct. 14-20

Below are the top 10 most viewed stories during the week of Oct. 14-20, 2013 on the Gwinnett Daily Post website. Click on the link to see what you may have missed.

» 15 years after brain tumor, girl becomes cheerleader

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.

» Man, 24, killed in single-vehicle crash

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.

» Jury out in Jackson trial, leery of strange photographer

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.

» Judge remembered for contribution to Gwinnett

Joe Cheeley Jr., 84, made a big contribution to Gwinnett’s judicial community, including the three sons that followed him into the profession.

» Two life sentences given in murder of Norcross teen

Jason Dozier, the first of seven suspects tried in the murder of 15-year-old Nick Jackson, has been found guilty on all counts.

» 'Top ranking members' of Gwinnett gang arrested

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.

» GCPS announces new principals, management restructuring

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.

» Indictment: Driver accused of killing mom was on meth

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 2014-15 calendar released

Gwinnett County Public Schools has presented its 2014-2015, which is similar to this school year’s.

» Two Barrow County teens reported missing

Two Barrow County teens were reported missing early Friday morning. They are from the Winder and Bethlehem areas.