As of Sunday, September 1, 2013
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Gwinnett Daily Post
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By the end of the year, you won’t need to drive into Atlanta or to Perimeter Mall to satisfy your Cheesecake Factory craving.
The child molestation case against Dragon*Con co-founder Ed Kramer is slated for a Dec. 2 start. Special accomodations for Kramer’s health issues still need to be addressed.
Police believe the alleged drunk driver who caused a four-car wreck on I-85 Sunday morning had pulled a U-turn in the middle of the interstate — and had begun her journey some 20 miles away.
An early morning domestic dispute in Buford left two dead Wednesday, one by the gun of a police officer.
The residential area of the iconic Dam Store on Lake Lanier was destroyed by an overnight blaze.
Former Berkmar High Principal Michael Zinn has transferred to Lanier Middle as an assistant principal.
The victims pulled from a burning home on Lester Road on Aug. 22 have been identified. Both died over the weekend from their injuries.
Years after the Gwinnett County stadium was built, the first phase of the proposed mixed-use development is set to begin by the end of the year.
Two people are dead and a third is seriously injured after a crash Wednesday night involving a tractor-trailer.
A 23-year-old woman was hit and killed on Interstate 85 Friday morning after an argument left her stranded on the side of the road.