Unfortunately, there is nothing you can do to control Asian ambrosia beetles once they are inside of the tree. Since they eat the fungus and not the wood, using a systemic insecticide, such as some of the Bayer Advanced products, will not control them
Garth Brooks is touring again and the country music legend is coming to Philips Arena on Sept. 19 to perform a concert with his wife, Trisha Yearwood. The concert is scheduled to begin at 6:30 p.m.
Each week the Daily Post takes a snapshot of recent health scores from around the county that have been released by the Gwinnett County Health Department.
Saluting TV legend Grant Tinker on his 88th birthday.
Words matter. Sticks and stones may crack up a few bones, but the wrong words in your head will your break your spirit forever.
A reminder to be safe on the road.
The grand opening celebration is set for Aug. 2.
Dr. Kimberly Carter Bates will now be responsible for developing a residency program that allows medical school graduates to further their knowledge and skills on the road to being certified.
Saturday’s rainy weather postponed summer concerts in both Snellville and Duluth.
The world premiere of Georgia-based film “The Cure” will kick off the Second Annual Gwinnett Center International Film Festival.
“Cannibal” hits some good notes, but would be better if shorter.
With an egghead title that matches its content, “I Origins” is the follow-up to writer/director Mike Cahill’s brilliant debut (“Another Earth”) but only occasionally touches on its’ predecessors wit and audacity.
The Gwinnett Choral Guild has been active in Gwinnett since 1983, making it one of the oldest non-profit arts groups in the community. Now led by Artistic Director Renee Wilson-Wicker, the organization is looking to expand as it prepares for an exciting season.
Michael Clark spotlights the DVD/Blu-ray release of the film ‘Woodstock 40th Anniversary.’
- RICH: The glorious Grant Tinker
- MCLEOD: Words matter, so you them wisely
- LARSON: Musing over the 'move over' law
- JENKINS: Runoff elections highlight flaws in the system
- JENKINS: Why Americans still haven’t embraced soccer—and how they might
- RICH: A reminder of why I love the South
- LARSON: Woman finds prophet-able career in pot making
- MCLEOD: Why the GM ‘don’t blame me’ problem really happened
- LARSON: A picture is worth a thousand Facebook posts
- RICH: Mama was cool in her own way
Health and Wellness
- Weekly restaurant health inspections for July 28
- GMC taps director for new residency program
- Specialty tags help fight breast cancer
- Merger shows health IT still blooming in Georgia
- Exchange subsidies draw conflicting federal court rulings
- Rising seventh-graders need new immunizations
- GCPS to offer salad bars, healthier snack options
- Weekly restaurant health inspections for for July 20
- How will broader gun-carry laws affect hospitals?
- Ga.-PCOM reaffirms accreditation status
Home and Garden
- DALY: Questions about ambrosia beetles, pesticide labels and lawnmowers
- DALY: Avoid using plants with invasive tendencies
- DALY: Rescuing tomatoes in distress
- DALY: Bermudagrass one of the best turfgrasses for our area
- DALY: Answers about mushrooms, moss, and spots on tree leaves
- Tailgating pros share advice for Fourth of July grillers | VIDEO | PHOTOS
- America's 'master griller' shares five tips for grilling beginners
- DALY: Millipedes and centipedes: multi-legged creatures troubling homeowners
- DALY: Butterflies enhance the aesthetics of the garden
- DALY: Organic amendments are beneficial to the soil
- FOOD FOR THOUGHT: I fall for it every year.
- FOOD FOR THOUGHT: Solitude is a good thing, in measured doses
- FOOD FOR THOUGHT: We Americans do love our muscle cars
- FOOD FOR THOUGHT: Hannah Montana, twerking, and molly. I’m lost.
- FOOD FOR THOUGHT: Are you “Just a Housewife?”
- BUCK'S BYTES: Simple tech is often good tech
- FOOD FOR THOUGHT: Back-to-school isn’t what it used to be
- FOOD FOR THOUGHT: What is it about gossip that fascinates us so?
- FOOD FOR THOUGHT: Civilization, culture alive and well in Gwinnett
- BUCK'S BYTES: Should electrical wiring, lights still be so old school?