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20 years later, slain Lilburn cop remembered as a 'tremendous person'

Lilburn Police Officer Michael Hester was shot and killed in the line of duty on April 19, 1994.

Buford man’s malnourished cows at center of controversy

John Lamb has raised cattle on his farm off Sunny Hill Road since 1955. Gwinnett County animal control has gotten involved after several cows died.

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Dogs from jail program to be available for adoption at Snellville Farmers Market

Operation Second Chance, which pairs jail inmates with shelter dogs to ready them for adoption, will participate in the Snellville Farmers Market this summer.

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Golf Channel looks for great shots, storylines at Greater Gwinnett Championship

The Golf Channel deploys 15 cameras and about 65 people to produce the broadcast for three days of coverage of the Greater Gwinnett Championship.

Man killed in Lilburn motorcycle crash likely speeding

Thirty-four-year-old Troy Hermandson was killed in a single-vehicle crash late Thursday night.

Storytimes, hands-on classes and more planned at Gwinnett library branches

The Gwinnett County Public Library is hosting several events at a variety of branches through Friday, April 25.

Fifth Third Bank and the G-Braves team up to Strike Out Hunger

Fifth Third Bank and the Gwinnett Braves work together to Strike Out Hunger with their canned food campaign.

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Sugar Hill hosts Touch-A-Truck event

The City of Sugar Hill is once again giving families the chance to get hands-on with different interactive vehicles at their annual Touch-A-Truck event, and also compete their baseball skills at the second annual Pitch, Hit, Run.

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Local woman receives college’s 2014 Service to Humanity Award

Norcross resident Jeanine Chambers will receive the 2014 Service to Humanity Award at the University of West Georgia’s 38th Annual Alumni Awards Gala.

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Construction continues on $30 million GGC health and science building

Construction is on schedule to finish in early June on the Allied Health and Science building at Georgia Gwinnett College. The $30 million building is three stories and measures 91,000 square feet. It will house several science laboratories, the nursing program, IT systems and digital media programs.

City by city briefs: April 20

The Daily Post gives readers a quick look at what’s happening in Gwinnett’s cities.

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POLITICAL NOTEBOOK: Pennington, Martin propose ethics reforms

Political candidates in the governor’s race and a local Senate race propose restructuring to the state ethics commission in the wake of a scandal.

Man found dead at Duluth apartment complex

Police have not identified a suspect, after finding a man, possibly from a gun shot wound, at the Astor Place Apartments.

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GOOD NEWS FROM SCHOOLS: Culinary Arts teacher at Maxwell High honored by state

A Maxwell High teacher was recently selected as Georgia’s top Culinary Arts teacher. Debbie Grant helped launch the culinary arts program at Maxwell High after a decade of helping Meadowcreek High students place in top spots during national competitions as the school’s home economics teacher.

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Chattahoochee cleanup event sets record

Volunteers collected 7.3 tons of trash during an April 12 Sweep the Hooch event, sponsored by the Chattahoochee Riverkeeper and other organizations.

School superintendent candidates discuss testing, standards at GOP forum

Candidates in the crowded Georgia school superintendent race spoke Thursday at a Gwinnett GOP forum.


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