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Investigator Kim Banks resigned from the Lilburn Police Department on Feb. 10. An internal investigation revealed that she tampered with and stole prescription drug evidence.
More than 800 donors attended a gala for the Gwinnett Medical Center Foundation on Saturday night at the Gwinnett Center, which featured Marcus Luttrell, a Navy SEAL injured in Afghanistan who the movie “Lone Survivor” is based on.
Gwinnett County Public Schools officials announced their plans to makeup snow days on Monday. The district hasn’t missed seven days of school for winter weather since at least 1990.
A 10-year-old special needs child ran away from Lilburn’s Minor Elementary School last week after being bullied at recess.
Police believe a drive-by shooting over $20 was the impetus for Jan. 27 incident that left Kevin Dawoyea dead.
Gwinnett parents are upset about the Gwinnett County Public Schools’ decision to add 30 minutes to each school day starting next week through May 14.
Buford City Schools will make-up three of its four snow days missed this winter, days that were already built into the calendar, Superintendent Geye Hamby said.
A fire, believed to have originated in the living room of a home on 2300 block of Morning Glory Lane, spread to three neighboring houses.
Hoping to return more control of curriculum to schools, senators pass a measure that could allow Georgia to withdraw from the national common core standards for education.
The Buford mall has announced the future opening of two new stores and renovations to an existing businesses.