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Local nonprofit opens third home for disabled adults

Saturday was a dream come true for Christy Hinson as she watched her son Jonathan move into his new home at “Hamby Haven.” Jonathan is autistic, bi-polar and schizophrenic, and this is the first time he’s lived away from his parents.

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Suwanee residents lead way in city's first half marathon

The lobby in Suwanee City Hall was illuminated only by battery-powered lamps early Saturday when John Hale of Jefferson stepped to the registration table before 6:30 a.m. Hale then discovered that he had been given bib number 1 for the inaugural Suwanee Gateway Half Marathon.

Health department practices new approach to handling public crises

The Gwinnett County Health Department performed a test run Friday, practicing medication distribution methods to be used in the event of a public health crisis.

PEOPLE HELPING PEOPLE: Creative Enterprises prepares for Sweetheart Dance

The new year began with great anticipation as we signed grants to assist us in repaving our parking areas in order to be more accessible to the people we serve.

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USPS debuts new stamp at expo in Peachtree Corners

The $2 “Patriotic Wave“‘s debut was a welcome treat for stamp collectors.

‘Innovative’ Wendy’s to open in Loganville

Located at 4331 U.S. Highway 78.

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New Falcons stadium to feature groundbreaking, circular LED board

The Atlanta Falcons announced Friday that Daktronics will build a circular, LED video display that will be three times as large as any current single display board in the NFL

Volunteers conducting count of Gwinnett’s homeless

The count is done every two years, as required by the Georgia Department of Community Affairs.

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Sen. Renee Unterman honors retiring Gwinnett public servants

Ari Russell, executive director of Gwinnett United in Drug Education, Gwinnett Chief of Police Charles Walters and Gwinnett transportation director Kim Conroy were honored with Senate resolutions.

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School lunch menus for the week of Feb. 2

This week’s lunch menu for Gwinnett County Public Schools.

Weekly restaurant health inspections for Feb. 2

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.

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Gwinnett's groundhog to make official prediction Monday morning

People will again gather around the small white-columned Southern mansion at the Yellow River Game Ranch on Monday to anxiously await the appearance of General Beau Lee.

CITY BY CITY: A weekly look at the happenings in the places you call home

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

GOOD NEWS FROM SCHOOLS: North Gwinnett Middle wins state championship

The students fielded questions on subjects that ranged from Georgia history to math, science, literature and the performing arts.

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Duluth announces Spirit of Good Living Awards

Mayor Nancy Harris honored the community volunteers, business owners and residents during the State of the City address. Each councilmember selects a recipient for the “Spirit of Good Living Award” winners.

No students injured in Buford City Schools bus crash

Crash occurred at about 3:45 p.m. near the intersection of Buford Highway and Thompson Mill Road.

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Nick Jackson II murder suspect sentenced to life without parole

Michael Earl Davis was sentenced Friday for his role in the Feb. 2, 2012, death of 15-year-old Norcross High School freshman Nick Jackson II.

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