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Interim president named at Gwinnett Tech

The Technical College System of Georgia has appointed David H. Welden to serve as interim president of Gwinnett Technical College, following the May 1 retirement of GTC President Sharon Bartels. Welden is currently Executive Vice President for Finance and Administration at GTC.

Gwinnett School Board members discuss positive influence of Common Core

Gwinnett County Schools staff provided the Board of Education an update on how Common Core has helped math and language arts curriculum, and an update on the 2017 building program.

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Gwinnett father indicted in infant daughter's death

Reuben Arthur Valrie, 28, was indicted this week on charges of felony murder, first-degree cruelty to children and aggravated battery.

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Duluth PD seeking man tied to credit cards stolen from gym

Suspect described as light-skinned black male approximately 6-foot-4, 300 pounds and in his late 40s or early 50s.

School superintendent candidates discuss testing, standards at GOP forum

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

BOE approves Investing in Educational Excellence extension

School Board also signs agreement with Junior Achievement for BizTown experience

The Gwinnett County Board of Education on Thursday extended a contract with the state Board of Education for one year for an agreement called Investing in Educational Excellence.

New flashing yellow signal coming to Hoschton

The Georgia Department of Transportation is using a new signal type to help improve safety and traffic in areas with frequent left-turns.

Lawrenceville firm names interim creative director

Lawrenceville marketing firm Rock Paper Scissors has a new leader in the wake of the death of founder Cynthia Sutt.

Berkeley Lake to begin road paving program

On Thursday, during the April City Council meeting, city administrator Tom Rozier proposed a public works project that will complete the necessary paving projects in phases.

Daily Post starts e-Edition

The Daily Post has started an e-Edition of the paper that can be accessed each day on its web site at www.gwinnettdailypost.com.

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GA-PCOM graduates return to practice locally

Graduates of the Georgia campus of the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine return after their residencies to practice in the community.

Canine Pet Rescue hosts charity motorcycle ride and BBQ

Canine Pet Rescue hosts their 4th annual Bikes, Barks Bar-B-Q motorcycle ride to raise money for dogs in shelters.

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Former Gwinnett principal resigns again from North Atlanta High

For the second time this school year, North Atlanta High Principal Gene Taylor has written a letter of resignation. The last time he did it, the former Gwinnett principal accepted a job as Berkmar High’s principal, only for three days.

Georgia unemployment rate drops to 7 percent

The March unemployment rate was 7 percent, down from 7.1 percent in February.

Commissioners set Gwinnett SPLOST list

Officials followed citizen recommendations for transportation and parks spending, also setting allocations for library, senior center and public safety projects.

POLITICAL NOTEBOOK: Hannity endorses Kingston in Senate race

Radio personality Sean Hannity backs Congressman Jack Kingston in the Georgia Senate race; local Republicans and Democrats schedule forums.

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TPC Sugarloaf Superintendent expects course to challenge golfers

At more than 7,000 yards, the TPC Sugarloaf is tough, but fair, the course’s long-time superintendent said leading up to this week’s Greater Gwinnett Championship. Last year, No. 9 was the toughest hole in a non-major tournament on the Champions Tour.

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At Georgia Gwinnett College, Rob Woodall discusses recent legislation

In a town hall discussion with Georgia Gwinnett College honors students, U.S. Rep. Rob Woodall talked about events in Washington, the FairTax and recent legislation.

Check out more than just books from your local library

Library patrons can request one-week passes for free admission for a family of four to several area attractions.

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Lake Lanier Islands Resort is designated pet-friendly

Tails are wagging because Lake Lanier Islands Resort announced that they are now designated as a pet-friendly resort.

Renovated Buford restaurant giving away free meals Friday

O’Charley’s in Buford will give away free meals to the first 100 customers on Friday.

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Two Brookwood High students accused of cheating scheme

Two Brookwood High students have been accused of cheating and disciplined for stealing answers to local Advanced Placement tests.

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Death penalty to be sought in Centerville triple homicide

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Fire damages Buford duplex

Gwinnett County firefighters responded to the 4200 block of Dejohns Way at about 10:45 p.m. Tuesday.

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