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Grayson City Council approves many infrastructure improvements

Grayson City Council approves many infrastructure improvements during Monday meeting

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Embattled Buford cattle farmer says he'll give up cows

John Lamb has raised cows on his Buford farm since 1955. Gwinnett County animal control began investigating after several of his cattle died and others were found to be emaciated.

Gwinnett schools receive mixed results in latest College and Career Ready results

State School Superintendent John Barge on Monday announced the results of the College and Career Ready Performance Index. The top Gwinnett school was Partee Elementary in Snellville, which led a group of 23 elementary schools that scored 90 or above, while that was the case for nine middle schools, led by Twin Rivers Middle in Buford.

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Peachtree Ridge robotics travels to world competition

The Peachtree Ridge robotics team, which has won a regional competition five times since 2005, is preparing to travel to St. Louis for the world competition.

New restaurant opens in Norcross depot, while former proprietor opens another spot

On Monday, Luis Fernandez opened The Crossing inside the depot location, while Ken Weatherford opened his new eatery, MacKenzie’s Restaurant and Tap Room, less than three miles away at 4790 Peachtree Industrial Boulevard in the city of Berkeley Lake.

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Prom held at rehab facility for Mountain View student seriously injured in car accident

A Mountain View High junior is scheduled to be discharged from the Shepherd Center on Tuesday, four days after a prom was the latest in the wave of community support the family has received since a serious car accident changed their family.

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Former NFL wide receiver Keyshawn Johnson arrested

Former NFL wide receiver Keyshawn Johnson was arrested Monday morning for misdemeanor domestic battery, according to the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department.

Barbecue Month celebrated with Shane's Rib Shack giveaway

Five local restaurants will participate in the May 17 event.

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Lindsay Lohan reveals miscarriage on finale of OWN series

Actress Lindsay Lohan has revealed she suffered a miscarriage during the filming of Oprah Winfrey's OWN network documentary series chronicling the former child star's life after rehab.

Mercer takes lead in Atlantic Sun golf tourney at Legends at Chateau Elan

Mercer took a two-shot lead in the Atlantic Sun Conference Men's Golf Championships at Legends at Chateau Elan

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AT&T looks to expand high-speed fiber network to Atlanta, 20 other cities

AT&T Inc said on Monday it expects to expand its ultra-fast fiber network and TV services to up to 21 U.S. cities, including Chicago and Atlanta.

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Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl makes name official, announces ESPN deal

Officials unveiled the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl officially Monday, as well as details of a college football playoff TV contract with ESPN

Canine Pet Rescue charity event rescheduled for May 17

Canine Pet Rescue has rescheduled their Bikes, Barks and Bar-B-Q event due to the rainy weather this past Saturday. The 4th annual Bikes, Barks and Bar-B-Q will now be held on Saturday May 17 in Dacula.

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Suspect in Duluth murder, robbery not yet detained

Nicambreon Flowers accused of robbing, shooting and killing 21-year-old Joel Tengue Saturday at an apartment complex off Boggs Road.

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American wins Boston Marathon for first time in three decades | PHOTOS

One year after the bombing, runners and fans packed the streets for the Boston Marathon.

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PEOPLE HELPING PEOPLE: Community Foundation to host program

The Community Foundation has arranged for Jim Langford, Executive Director of the Georgia Meth Project, to speak about the effects meth is having on the Gwinnett Community on April 29 at the 1818 Club.

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Lilburn native pleads guilty in 2011 murder of Mercer law student

Trial for 28-year-old Stephen Mark McDaniel was scheduled to begin next week.

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Kraft recalls 96,000 pounds of Oscar Mayer Wieners

Kraft Foods Group Inc is recalling about 96,000 pounds of Oscar Mayer Classic Wieners because the packages may instead contain Classic Cheese Dogs made with milk, a known allergen.

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Hebron Christian boys, Providence Christian girls shine at area track and field meet

The inaugural Hebron Christian track and field season added a major highlight in the area meet

FANS CHOICE MALE ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: Candidate Profiles

A look at the boys high school athletes from spring sports up for this week's award, which is decided by fan voting