Each week the Daily Post takes a snapshot of restaurant scores from around Gwinnett County that have been released by the Gwinnett County Health Department.
The following students from Gwinnett County Public Schools received military appointments.
The Movie in the Park series kicks off June 7 with "Wreck It Ralph" at Grayson Community Park.
The following is the Gwinnett County Public Schools lunch menu for the week of May 20.
The city of Suwanee will have a pair of events on Memorial Day weekend. The University of West Georgia Concert Band will perform and an Atlanta Braves game will be shown on a big screen in Town Center Park.
Kroger's Atlanta Division which includes Georgia, South Carolina, Eastern Tennessee and Northern Alabama will donate a total of $168,300 in grants to 79 Atlanta city, metro-Atlanta and surrounding area schools as part of its 2012-2013 "Earning Plus Learning" program.
Lt. Michael Barnes honored at Georgia Emergency Medical Services Region 10 banquet
The National Merit Scholarship Corporation has announced more than 15,000 finalists for its annual $2,500 award. Among them: about a dozen local students.
The following is a graduation schedule for area schools.
Aho -- Huddleston. Barbara Anne Aho of Snellville, announces the engagement of her daughter, Jennifer Kristina Aho of Athens, to Ryan Robert Huddleston of Athens, son of Eric and Joanne Huddleston of Snellville.. The bride-elect is the daughter of the late Robert Walter Aho. She is a graduate of
Friday is last of three days Barrow firefighters will collect money that goes to Georgia's only camp for burn-injured children
Dalton --Brison. Mr. And Mrs. William J. Dalton of Lawrenceville, announce the engagement of their daughter, Aislinn Mairin Dalton of Cumming, to Alexander David Brison of Lilburn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Brison of Lilburn.. The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Ethel Dalton of Hicksville, N.Y., the late
Volunteers are needed for an upcoming civic project in Duluth.
Gwinnett County 4-H teams swept state events over the weekend.
- JENKINS: Saying goodbye to another year of folding chairs and ballpark hot dogs
- LARSON: Renaissance family excels at just about everything 1 comment
- MCLEOD: Why compromise never works
- RICH: A change of fortune
- MOVIE REVIEW: 'At Any Price' insults target audience
- Sherlock, Watson hit the stage in Snellville
- Laughter to raise funds for Duluth nonprofit
- ART BEAT: 'Aladdin' takes stage by Northeast Atlanta Ballet
- MOVIE REVIEW: 'Star Trek Into Darkness' a thrilling, fun sequel to intergalactic saga
- Former GDP reporter releases book of short ‘Rhapsodies’ 1 comment
- Cops: Special needs parapro had sex with student
- Phoenix High graduation packs arts center 1 comment
- Grayson to hosts summer farmers' market
- Cops: Mom threatened to blow up elementary school
- Library wins awards for commitment to arts
- New Norcross Walmart hiring 200 1 comment
- Officials expect delays due to work on I-985 1 comment
- High court rules in favor of bank in Suwanee foreclosure case
- Out to Lunch ... with Colin Rhoden
- IN BRIEF: Local man named VP of business development 1 comment