As of Sunday, September 15, 2013
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A routine traffic stop on Interstate 85 in Buford last week led to the discovery of nearly four pounds of methamphetamine.
Students at Hopkins Elementary reported a suspicious person believed to have a gun near the school’s soccer fields, but police and officials gave an all clear in less than an hour.
Georgia Gwinnett College was ranked No. 5 by the magazine U.S. News & World Report in a list of Southern public regional colleges.
Jesse Dyess, who was 81, coached the Bulldogs from 1976-82 and again from 1988-89.
The Flying Biscuit in Norcross failed its most recent health inspection — the second time it has failed this year.
Gwinnett County Board of Education member Louise Radloff moved to Glancy Rehabilitation Center in Duluth on Tuesday, six days after she suffered a broken neck while picking up bread to be distributed to a Co-Op.
Gwinnett County Public Schools announced its annual Teachers of the Year awards for 130 schools on Thursday. It’s the first step in a 5-step process to find the district-wide Teacher of the Year.
A Suwanee couple hosting foreign exchange students in their home are accused of providing several of those children with alcohol before demanding at least two of them to strip.
A local man from Hoschton has created a contraption called the Grabby, which aims to help people when carrying several items at once.
Officers with the Gwinnett County Police Department are searching for a suspect in a Thursday afternoon home invasion and robbery.