Movie critic Michael Clark spotlights the DVD release of the film “I Am Divine.”
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Junior pitched blanked Mountain View last week in key region matchup
Junior picks SEC school early and hopes to focus on senior season
Dacula baseball coach John Poitevint has announced he will retire at the end of the season
Parkview graduate Chris Leone is an assistant girls soccer coach at Brookwood. The former college soccer player at Piedmont College, teaches part time at the Lilburn school and has been a coach there longer than he taught.In this installment of “Getting to Know…” staff writer Ben Beitzel talks with Leone about ending up at Brookwood as a coach, his deep love of soccer and what he thought about the move “Noah.”
On Thursday, during the April City Council meeting, city administrator Tom Rozier proposed a public works project that will complete the necessary paving projects in phases.
School Board also signs agreement with Junior Achievement for BizTown experience
The Gwinnett County Board of Education on Thursday extended a contract with the state Board of Education for one year for an agreement called Investing in Educational Excellence.
Collins Hill’s Bola Hambolu was the big individual winner at Thursday’s region track and field meet, while host Mill Creek led both the boys and girls team standings
For those who enjoy offense, there was not much to like about the Philadelphia Phillies-Atlanta Braves matchup on Thursday afternoon at Citizens Bank Park.
Chelsea Clinton announced on Thursday she is pregnant with the first grandchild of former President Bill Clinton and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
Gwinnett County Schools staff provided the Board of Education an update on how Common Core has helped math and language arts curriculum, and an update on the 2017 building program.
The Technical College System of Georgia has appointed David H. Welden to serve as interim president of Gwinnett Technical College, following the May 1 retirement of GTC President Sharon Bartels. Welden is currently Executive Vice President for Finance and Administration at GTC.
Lawrenceville marketing firm Rock Paper Scissors has a new leader in the wake of the death of founder Cynthia Sutt.
The Georgia Department of Transportation is using a new signal type to help improve safety and traffic in areas with frequent left-turns.
The Daily Post has started an e-Edition of the paper that can be accessed each day on its web site at www.gwinnettdailypost.com.
Ben Barnes, 28, has worked tournaments at TPC Sugarloaf since 2002. Despite being deaf, he’s earned an Eagle Scout, two enginneering degrees and now works for the Defense Department in Washington. Yet he returns each year for the Greater Gwinnett Championship.
A scheduling complication with an Atlanta Falcons preseason game has switched the Corky Kell Classic games to McEachern High School
Fifth Third Bank and the Gwinnett Braves work together to Strike Out Hunger with their canned food campaign.
Suspect described as light-skinned black male approximately 6-foot-4, 300 pounds and in his late 40s or early 50s.