As of Sunday, February 23, 2014
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The Southeast’s biggest mall is adding another high-end eatery to its offerings, announcing the upcoming opening of a Marlow’s Tavern location in May.
Flowery Branch authorities believe Donald Lee Battle Jr., 26, pulled his own handgun before being shot outside the Branch House Tavern.
Denzel Nkemdiche was charged with disorderly conduct, disturbing the peace and failure to comply with a police officer.
Atlanta Falcon Roddy White was speeding when he was pulled over in the early Tuesday morning. White was booked on a single charge of failure to appear.
Despite high sales, Kevin Myers’ “Home Run: Learn God’s Game Plan for Life and Leadership” was not included on the New York Times’ best seller list.
An altercation between former Georgia Southern football teammates, both former Gwinnett County running backs, left one in jail and the other with serious head trauma.
Lawsuit alleges that Denzel and Robert Nkemdiche, both football players at Ole Miss, participated in 2013 fight outside fraternity house.
Gwinnett County Public Schools announced two new principals at a regular School Board meeting on Thursday.
The Georgia state School Board voted on Thursday to allow a waiver for school districts who missed several school days in the last month because of winter storms.
A new breakfast, brunch and lunch restaurant opens Monday in Snellville. First Watch is located at 1830 Scenic Highway N. in Snellville and employs approximately 25 people.