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Falcons cut ties with Prince Shembo after Gwinnett incident

Former Notre Dame star charged with aggravated cruelty to animals

Gwinnett police obtained a warrant Friday for Atlanta Falcons player Prince Shembo for aggravated cruelty to animals for allegedly kicking and killing his former girlfriend’s dog. The team subsequently waived the linebacker, ending his stay with the team.

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Victor Hill victim says shooting was accident

Gwinnett police on Thursday filed the results of six search warrants related to the shooting of Hill’s friend in a local model home.

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Dacula man gets life for sudden, brutal killing of woman, 61

Wolf Griffin pleaded guilty Friday to stabbing Peggie Robinson to death in late December 2013.

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National Lacrosse League franchise moving to Arena at Gwinnett Center

The Minnesota Swarm of the National Lacrosse League announced Friday a move to the Arena at Gwinnett Center for the 2016 season

Redistricting fallout: Gwinnett Schools receives just 85 permissive transfer requests

Now that the school year has wrapped up and plans are well underway for the upcoming school year, district officials reported this week that 85 students made requests for permissive transfers.

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Auburn farmers market to open for summer

Fresh, local fruits and vegetables will be available Wednesday as The City of Auburn opens its community farmers market for the summer.

Gwinnett County Public Schools revamps substitute teacher policies

The Gwinnett County Board of Education members told leaders in human resources offices that substitutes would opt out of an assignment in order to move to another school or another district.

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State Rep. Hugh Floyd will not seek re-election to House seat

Seven-term legislator will leave office after 2016 session

State Rep. Hugh Floyd (D-Norcross) says he will not seek re-election when his current term ends next year.

Peachtree Corners shopping center fire cause undetermined

The fire ripped through the center Friday night, destroying a pet grooming business.

Cause unknown after Dacula house catches fire twice in 24 hours

Firefighters say the fire was out when they left Saturday.

Lightning sets house fires in Gwinnett

The strikes were reported Monday night in Lawrenceville and Buford.

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Gwinnett leaders honor fallen heroes at Memorial Day ceremony | PHOTOS

Gwinnett County leaders honored fallen service men and women during the county’s annual Memorial Day ceremony on Monday.

Dacula families displaced by house fire

Gwinnett County firefighters battled a house fire in Dacula on Sunday.

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Dacula celebrates Memorial Day with a roar at annual parade | PHOTOS

Thousands turn out for annual patriotic Memorial Day parade in Dacula.

Weekly restaurant health inspections for May May 25

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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Body discovered along Chattahoochee River ID'd as Lawrenceville man

A Lawrenceville man was found submerged along the Chattahoochee River on Saturday by a fisherman.

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Mill Creek grad reunites with American soldier who helped her escape Iraq | PHOTOS

A Mill Creek High School graduate this week was reunited with an American soldier who help her escape Iraq in 1996 when Kurds fled the country ruled by Saddam Hussein. A classroom assignment caused her to tell the story to many for the first time.

GAB: Sheriff's office to host Jail Break 5K obstacle run

The Gwinnett County Sheriff’s Office will host its third annual Jail Break Challenge Saturday, June 6.

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Providence Christian breaks ground on new athletics complex

Lussi is a long-time staff member at Providence and the new complex will be named for him. It will have new venues for football, soccer, softball, tennis and track and field. Plans for the new facilities signal the end of Providence athletes traveling off-campus to play because the school’s property lacked adequate facilities.

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Every Sunday, the Daily Post gives readers new opportunities to volunteer with organizations in Gwinnett.

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GOOD NEWS FROM SCHOOLS: Grayson, Mountain View student councils receive national awards

Those councils awarded the gold level have successfully demonstrated the highest levels of leadership.

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