Top 10 most popular stories from Sept. 2-8

Below are the top 10 most viewed stories during the week of Sept. 2-8, 2013 on the Gwinnett Daily Post website. Click on the link to see what you may have missed.

» Goats keep dam site well manicured

Due to the terrane which is predominately slope, nine goats are used to maintain the grass surrounding the Buford Dam powerhouse at Lake Lanier.

» Hazmat scare shuts down ER

Firefighters responded to a report of a possible hazmat situation involving a walk-in patient in the emergency room of Eastside Medical Center last week.

» Corn maze brings 'Duck Dynasty' to life

The owners of Corn Dawgs Corn Maze plowed the face of Uncle Si Robertson into their land for the 2013 corn maze season.

» Stabbing victim saved by alleged assailant’s brother

A Buford man’s life may have been saved by the brother of his assailant.

» One teen killed, another charged in fatal Suwanee crash

An 18-year-old Collins Hill graduate was killed in an Aug. 30 crash at Richland Parkway and Shore Drive. The driver, his friend, was charged in incident.

» Falcons' Massaquoi visits former school

Falcons defensive end Jonathan Massaquoi visited his former school, Richards Middle, and encouraged students to focus on education, set goals and follow their dreams.

» Gwinnett's longest-tenured teachers share humor, passion for kids

Two Norton Elementary teachers have a combined 91 years of teaching experience, which makes them the most experienced teachers in Gwinnett County.

» Radloff hospitalized after neck fracture

Long time Gwinnett County Public Schools Board member Louise Radloff suffered a cervical fracture in her neck after a fall on Wednesday night.

» Cops seeking tips in home invasion homicide

Gwinnett police responded to a burglary call in unincorporated Norcross and found a 27-year-old man lying on the floor of a downstairs common room with blood coming from his chest.

» Pay a problem for police force, chief says

During the second day of budget hearings for Gwinnett’s government, the police chief pushed for higher pay to help retain officers, while the fire chief sought three additional ambulance crews.