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Top 10 most popular stories from March 10-16

Below are the top 10 most viewed stories during the week of March 10-16, 2014 on the Gwinnett Daily Post website. Click on the link to see what you may have missed.

» Owner of Jen's Hallmark retiring after 21 years, closing Lawrenceville storeAD

Lawrenceville resident Jennifer Esping, 47, is retiring after 21 years owning the Hallmark store off Riverside Parkway.

» Police search for missing 12-year-old girl

A 12-year-old girl was been reported missing from the Peachtree Corners area.

» Missing 12-year-old girl found, charges possible

Kelsie Lee was found walking along a road at about 11 p.m., 14 hours after she was reported missing in Peachtree Corners.

» Arrested Dacula official remains on city council

Dacula city councilman Greg Reeves was arrested Friday on charges stemming from his alleged misuse of city-issued credit cards.

» GCPS changes calendar because of election

Gwinnett County Public Schools has changed next year’s school calendar to make election day a holiday, and start school one day earlier.

» Man robbed, attacked at Gwinnett McDonald's dies; suspect arrested

Frederic Cooper, 74, died Tuesday from injuries sustained during a Feb. 28 attack at a McDonald’s on Indian Trail-Lilburn Road.

» Starling Elementary implements county's first STEM program for elementary students

Starling Elementary recently started a STEM special for all students, the first in the county, for students to learn about science, technology, engineering and math.

» Gwinnett schools looking for certified teachers

As Gwinnett County Public Schools makes hiring decisions for next school year, when it’s expected to have 172,000 students, it will have an annual job fair to interview certified teachers.

» Attorney suing city, police chief and officers over detainment, alleged abuse

Attorney Benjamin Von Schuch hopes to receive monetary damages after a 2012 incident in which he says he was unlawfully detained.

» ‘Atlanta’s celebrity dog breeder’ charged with eight counts of animal cruelty in Gwinnett

Gwinnett County police arrested Leslie Ayo Thursday in connection with a November incident that resulted in a puppy’s death.