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Administrators at Norcross High last week called in additional security following a Friday threat by a student to perform a “violent act.”
Gov. Nathan Deal on Monday morning signed two bills at the district office for Gwinnett County Public Schools, the first time a Georgia Governor has chosen a public school location for the signing of budget legislation, which this year enabled the district to give raises to teachers.
Steven Robert Moore, wanted on simple battery charges, turned himself in last week at the Gwinnett County jail.
Police have released the identities of the Stone Mountain couple whose lives ended last week in a believed murder-suicide.
Four men have been arrested — and may be deported — following a violent stabbing outside a Suwanee gas station.
The Gwinnett County Public Schools' Outstanding Senior Athlete Banquet was held last week, recognizing some of the best in the school system.
Family of Rodrigo Abad Diaz Ortiz, 22-year-old shot and killed after GPS led him to incorrect driveway, is seeking damages from his alleged assailant.
How some Gwinnett County Public Schools principals chose to use the 30 minutes added to each school day for snow makeup time.
Busy offseason will include college degree and free agent contract for Norcross grad Jodie Meeks, whose is coming off his best NBA season with the Los Angeles Lakers.
Norcross Police are investigating a shooting outside Pappadeaux Seafood Kitchen in Norcross where a victim is now expected to survive.