Top 10 most popular stories from Sept. 16-22

Below are the top 10 most viewed stories during the week of Sept. 16-22, 2013 on the Gwinnett Daily Post website. Click on the link to see what you may have missed.

» Suspect, victims ID'd in quadruple shooting

A shooting in Snellville left three dead, one injured and a suspect on the run late Sunday night.

» Another flick to film in Gwinnett

According to a publicist, “Fast & Furious 7” is being film in and around the county.

» Search to resume for new Berkmar principal

The man named principal of Berkmar High School has decided to remain with Atlanta Public Schools.

» Fair ride reopens after incident over weekend

Fair officials said inspectors with the state of Georgia were out Monday to inspect the ride and it was again up and running.

» Latest health score closes Flying Biscuit again

The Flying Biscuit Cafe in Norcross is closed again after the latest health inspection score was 59, up from 40 last week.

» Development at stadium could break ground soon

An informational meeting on the proposed mixed-use development surrounding the Gwinnett Braves stadium was held Tuesday at Coolray Field.

» Lawrenceville woman found dead, drugs suspected

Shara Clanton, 26, had been reported missing on Sept. 12. Her body was found in a vehicle outside a Duluth hotel Tuesday evening.

» Police respond to shooting in Snellville

Gwinnett Police responded to a shooting Wednesday not far from the scene where a triple homicide occurred Sunday evening.

» Former Gwinnett principal's promotion nixed

The promotion of Gene Taylor, who was briefly named Berkmar High principal late last week, was nixed by the Atlanta school board.

» GCPS to hire additional teachers; 2 principals named

After the recent enrollment report that surged past projections, Gwinnett County Public Schools officials said they would hire more than 30 new teachers.