SEPT. 26: By Venue
Athens-based down-the-line pizza restaurant Your Pie will have its grand opening in The Shoppes at Webb Gin in Snellville this Saturday.
A look at local health news.
The IMPACT! Group and Johns Creek Christian Church are hosting a community event Sunday to help rehab a newly acquired Veteran Transitional Housing home.
Lawrenceville resident Becky Ray is searching for a kidney donor, but she’s going about it in a very creative way. She’s using her background in puppetry arts to tell her story and find a donor.
Caleb McCoy, former Central Gwinnett High football player, has published a book of his mother’s journal entries before and during her battle with cancer to inspire people and families fighting cancer. It’s now available on Amazon and Kindle.
State health officials have major work ahead to meet a July 2015 deadline with the federal government on improving care for Georgians with mental illness and developmental disabilities.
The City of Norcross is serving the community by hosting three great events in one day — Community Shred Day, Recycle Your Electronics and Clean-Up Day will all take place tomorrow.
I am of the opinion that everybody needs a word of encouragement every day. I am also of the opinion that a person’s encouraging, helpful words can change the lives of others.
Many residents are observing a web-like material that has appeared in their trees and are concerned as to whether it will harm them. The cause is the fall webworm, a caterpillar that is quite common in the late summer and fall.
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.
'A Walk Amoing the Tombstones' ends up in second place
"Maze Runner" pulls in $32.5 million in U.S. and Canadian box offices.
Today is the last day of the Gwinnett County Fair. According to Manager Dale Thurman, this year’s Fair was a success.
Five years ago, for International Day of Peace (that’s today) I wrote about all the Peace Poles I knew of in Gwinnett. Of those six, the only one still standing is in Geri Taran’s front yard in Lawrenceville.
Overall Adult Exhibit winner Skip Hoffman explains with a big smile how he made the decision to enter his creations in this year’s Fair competition.
- JENKINS: Left-wing hysteria machine running in high gear
- LARSON: Getting to the heart of baseball
- McLEOD: The ‘my job is harder’ fight isn’t one you want to win
- RICH: Miss Elinor’s thank you
- LARSON: May peace prevail in Dacula
- McLEOD: How to leverage intuition into decision-making
- RICH: Everything works out if you let it
- JENKINS: Taking the test for Southern citizenship
- McLEOD: It’s important to manage your face
- JENKINS: For dads: How not to raise a slacker
Health and Wellness
- Mammogram saves woman from more grim prognosis | VIDEO
- Breast Cancer Awareness Month events around Gwinnett
- Weekly restaurant health inspections for Sept. 29
- HEALTH BRIEFS: GMC announces online ER reservations
- Lawrenceville woman uses puppetry to find kidney donor
- Central Gwinnett grad publishes book of mother's journals to inspire others fighting cancer
- Report: Disabilities system reform needs work
- Weekly restaurant health inspections for Sept. 22
- HEALTH BRIEFS: DEA, local police team up to take unwanted drugs off street
- DALY: Some plants are troublesome and should be avoided
Home and Garden
- DALY: What to do about stinging insects
- DALY: Mysterious webs in trees the result of the fall webworm
- DALY: Many lawns troubled by armyworms
- DALY: Take action now to reduce winter weeds in the lawn
- Boy Scout honors grandfather’s memory with garden
- DALY: Many vegetables thrive in cooler weather
- DALY: How to keep snails and slugs from feasting on your garden plants
- Lawrenceville man shoots for world record tomato plant
- DALY: Herbs are a flavorful addition to the vegetable garden
- DALY: Questions about ambrosia beetles, pesticide labels and lawnmowers
- BUCK'S BYTES: That was a big day for Apple
- 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