As of Sunday, April 20, 2014
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A Dacula woman has passed away from injuries sustained last week in a bicycle accident.
Murder, music and guilt: For 50 years — and for very different reasons — two families have mourned Gwinnett County’s most notorious killings.
Gwinnett County Police investigated an incident where a child was killed in Buford after he was in his father’s pickup truck with his brother.
A Norcross man, 85, was killed in a hit-and-run incident at the intersection of Singleton Road and Kings Ridge Drive.
Thirty-two-year-old Patricia Murray was found dead inside her home on Lawrenceville’s Jordan Woods Drive.
Two Brookwood High students have been accused of cheating and disciplined for stealing answers to local Advanced Placement tests.
O’Charley’s in Buford gave away free meals to the first 100 customers on last Friday.
For the second time this school year, North Atlanta High Principal Gene Taylor has written a letter of resignation. The last time he did it, the former Gwinnett principal accepted a job as Berkmar High’s principal, only for three days.
Reuben Arthur Valrie, 28, was indicted last week on charges of felony murder, first-degree cruelty to children and aggravated battery.
A scheduling complication with an Atlanta Falcons preseason game has switched the Corky Kell Classic games to McEachern High School.