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Two employees at Archer High resigned this month following an investigation by Gwinnett County Public Schools into an alleged inappropriate relationship.
The 21st annual event in Dacula honored military veterans on the morning of Memorial Day, including several World War II veterans, Sgt. Reckless and the Tuskegee Airmen.
Gwinnett’s swiftwater rescue unit was dispatched to Tribble Mill Park on Memorial Day after reports of a man in the water.
After public concern over the proposal to build a gas station at a key gateway to downtown Norcross, QuikTrip withdrew its application for a zoning change.
Four friends who attended Mason Elementary in Duluth together went separate ways the rest of their middle and high school careers, but all received acceptance letters from Harvard University.
Sabrina Patrice Townes, already facing similar charges in connection with a 2012 crash in DeKalb County, was charged Wednesday with vehicular homicide, reckless driving and driving on a suspended license.
Victim identified as 30-year-old Melissa Kimsey. Her husband, Rodney Kimsey II, is considered the primary suspect.
Eight Gwinnett County Sheriff’s Office SWAT team members had to be decontaminated after coming into direct contact with an “illegal narcotic.”
Fire department: Man was driving down Abbotts Bridge Road near Duluth Friday morning when tree pinned him from waist down.
Rodney Alan Kimsey II, accused of killing his wife Wednesday morning, was booked into the Gwinnett County jail shortly before 4 p.m. Friday.