As of Sunday, April 27, 2014
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A 28-year-old Lilburn native pleaded guilty on Monday to killing and dismembering a fellow graduate and disposing of her remains in a trash dumpster outside an apartment building where they both lived.
Luis Fernandez opened The Crossing inside the depot location, while Ken Weatherford opened his new eatery, MacKenzie’s Restaurant and Tap Room, less than three miles away at 4790 Peachtree Industrial Boulevard in the city of Berkeley Lake.
The results of the College and Career Ready Performance Index were released last week.
Gwinnett County animal control began investigating after several of his cattle died and others were found to be emaciated.
Abbie Williamson, a junior at Mountain View, was critically injured in a car accident on Feb. 25.
Snellville residents Christopher Inniss and Shelton Stroman are the lead plaintiffs in a class action suit filed Tuesday in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia.
U.S. News ranked the Gwinnett School of Math, Science and Technology the No. 3 high school in the country, while Norcross and Parkview were ranked in the top 20 in Georgia.
The longtime coaching career of Cliff Shelton, Gwinnett County’s career leader in wins, is over at Greater Atlanta Christian.
A bomb threat at Berkmar High delayed dismissal on Thursday afternoon, a short time after students reported a suspicious person in a field near the school.
Ruth Escobar, 50, has been charged in the April 13 hit-and-run death of 85-year-old Kanaiylal Patel. During a preliminary hearing Thursday, her sister took the stand — and the blame.