As of Sunday, September 22, 2013
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A shooting in Snellville left three dead, one injured and a suspect on the run late Sunday night.
According to a publicist, “Fast & Furious 7” is being film in and around the county.
The man named principal of Berkmar High School has decided to remain with Atlanta Public Schools.
Fair officials said inspectors with the state of Georgia were out Monday to inspect the ride and it was again up and running.
The Flying Biscuit Cafe in Norcross is closed again after the latest health inspection score was 59, up from 40 last week.
An informational meeting on the proposed mixed-use development surrounding the Gwinnett Braves stadium was held Tuesday at Coolray Field.
Shara Clanton, 26, had been reported missing on Sept. 12. Her body was found in a vehicle outside a Duluth hotel Tuesday evening.
Gwinnett Police responded to a shooting Wednesday not far from the scene where a triple homicide occurred Sunday evening.
The promotion of Gene Taylor, who was briefly named Berkmar High principal late last week, was nixed by the Atlanta school board.
After the recent enrollment report that surged past projections, Gwinnett County Public Schools officials said they would hire more than 30 new teachers.