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Stolen No. 44 NASCAR race car found in Gwinnett

The race car, in the area for the NASCAR events at Atlanta Motor Speedway, was reported stolen from a hotel in Morrow by the Morrow Police Department.

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Attorney, supporters throw Hail Marys for Kelly Gissendaner

The former Auburn woman is scheduled to be executed Monday night for convincing her lover to murder her husband in 1997.

Dog tethering rises as key issue in Gwinnett’s proposed animal ordinance changes

Animal Advisory Council schedules public hearing for Thursday night

Dog tethering is emerging as the key issue in Gwinnett County’s proposed animal control ordinance changes.

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Gwinnett Tech professor killed in Loganville wreck

Victoria A. Albee was crossing U.S. Highway 78 when a pickup truck T-boned her Lexus, police said.

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At the Gwinnett science and engineering fair, nervous energy, excitement fills the air

For some, it was their first time making it to the 37th annual regional event. Others, like Simone Pete, a Twin Rivers Middle seventh grader, were in their third year.

Anti-Common Core activist group holds meeting with Superintendent Richard Woods, Rep. Tom Rice

The focus was on Common Core’s impact on Georgians and how to restore quality education and local control. The group believes the standards were “hurriedly adopted” in Georgia without legislative process to make Georgia eligible to receive funding in the Race to the Top grant competition in 2010.

POLITICAL NOTEBOOK: Johnson proposes expanded federal authority to investigate officer-involved shootings

Gwinnett Daily Post’s Political Notebook for March 1, 2015.

Lilburn house fire claims family dog, two cats

No one was home when the fire started, but the blaze caused heavy damage to the furnished basement area and extensive smoke and heat through the main level.

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Norcross girls hoops freeze out cold-shooting Parkview to head to title game | PHOTOS

ATLANTA — Parkview coach Kirk Call perhaps put it best when describing his team’s Class AAAAAA girls state semifinal against Norcross.

Anderson, Buford girls head back to state finals with win over Fayette County

CARROLLTON — On a scale of one to 10, the pain in Camille Anderson’s right knee was an eight, shifting to nine.

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Gwinnett officials, hospital brace for winter storm | PHOTOS

Employees with the county emergency operations center, department of transportation and fire department, as well as staff at Gwinnett Medical Center, were among those preparing.

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Gwinnett Coalition's Associate Director brings passion to position

Regina Vella Miller joined the Gwinnett Coalition for Health and Human Services on Jan. 1, bringing a passion for service and goals for improving the community.

Gwinnett updating 2030 Unified Plan to account for recession

Gwinnett County officials are planning an update to their 2030 Unified Plan.

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Gov. Nathan Deal, state emergency response team urge caution during storm

State officials urge Georgians to use caution during winter storm

Gwinnett County school and government closings list

List of closings in Gwinnett County

Regional science fair to feature 800 students across Gwinnett

It’s the 37th installment of the regional science and engineering fair that will be on display at the Gwinnett Center in Duluth where students from 90 schools including six non-Gwinnett County Public Schools in Gwinnett.

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POLITICAL NOTEBOOK: Woodall, Isakson and Perdue blast Obama over Keystone veto

The Gwinnett Daily Post’s Political Notebook for Feb. 26, 2015.

During inclement weather events, Greater Atlanta Christian employs cyber school

For the second straight year, GAC has implemented plans to trigger a “cyber school” if needed, which it did on Wednesday. Cyber school is an alternative learning plan of students using technology to complete assignments, which frees up officials to make better decisions regarding the weather.

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Gwinnett County Schools uses final built-in makeup date, last day of school now May 21

District officials confirmed that the day would be made up on May 21, the new last day of school, which is the last of three built-in inclement weather make-up dates on the 2014-15 calendar. That date was originally scheduled for teacher post-planning and staff development.

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Dacula men fail in trying to douse house fire

The men escaped unharmed, but their home on Fence Road was destroyed.

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Clemency denied, execution rescheduled for Kelly Gissendaner

Questions still remain about the scheduling of Gissendaner’s execution.

Gwinnett County Transit cancels express service over winter storm threat

Local and paratransit service will operate on regular schedule

Gwinnett County Transit cancels express service for Wednesday because of winter storm threat

Suwanee OKs site for golf academy

Suwanee golfers won’t have far to go to hone their skills, thanks to action by the City Council on Tuesday night.

Gwinnett County Schools to close Wednesday because of inclement weather

At about 10:30 p.m. on Tuesday night, Gwinnett County Public Schools officials announced that the district would be closed on Wednesday because of inclement weather expected to arrive on Wednesday.

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Gwinnett commissioners boot dinosaurs, other sculptures from Duluth shopping center

The objects were erected as a “cultural arts display” by owners of the shopping center — whose own architecture includes elements that are reminiscent of Cinderella’s Castle at Disney World.

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