As of Sunday, October 27, 2013
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Principals who received promotions to the district office in a major restructuring of upper-level management this week shared memories and thoughts about their departures with students, staff and parents.
A mother and son were arrested last week when Norcross police allegedly uncovered a 318-plant marijuana growing operation inside their home on Beaver Ruin Road.
Three teens’ alleged rape of a Norcross woman may have ties to MS-13, a violent Hispanic gang largely stomped out in Gwinnett several years ago.
Missy Robertson will stop by the Women of Faith’s “Believe God Can Do Anything” event at the Arena at Gwinnett Center Oct. 25. She will speak about faith, family and ducks.
As work begins to heat up on the long-awaited widening of a stretch of Ga. 2 through Sugar Hill, leaders sign off on the widening of a half-mile stretch of the road in Buford.
A judge dismissed a lawsuit claiming then-Chairman Charles Bannister’s 2010 arrest on DUI charges was politically motivated.
A decomposing body was discovered Thursday afternoon by a clean-up crew at Chestnut Ridge Park in Flowery Branch.
Lawrenceville police are asking for the public’s help identifying a suspect in a recent abduction and sexual assault.
Gwinnett County’s longest-serving head football coach is stepping away from the game.
Collins Hill knocked off the No. 1 team in the state when they beat North Gwinnett on Friday night.