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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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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.

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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.

Man killed in Lilburn motorcycle crash likely speeding

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

Comedy troupe bringing improv show to Gwinnett on Saturday

Troupe bringing improv show to town

The OTC Comedy Troupe will perform at Lionheart Theatre in Norcross this weekend.

VENUE SPOTLIGHT: Aurora Theatre

The Gwinnett Daily Post highlights a music, art or performing arts venue.

ART BEAT: Musician Adam Crane and students make ‘quest’ of playing with heart, soul

The Crane Classical Music Society is located at 834 Pleasant Hill Road in Lilburn, and within its doors string students are flourishing.

THE DISH: Cabana Grill

Cabana Grill 1635 Scenic Highway, Snellville 770-736-1129 www.facebook.com/thecabanagrill

The first of its kind, Cabana Grill opened in Snellville on Monday, April 14.

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.

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.

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.

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Greater Gwinnett Championship helper has volunteer spirit

Ben Barnes, 28, has worked tournaments at TPC Sugarloaf since 2002. Despite being deaf, he’s earned an Eagle Scout, two enginneering degrees and now works for the Defense Department in Washington. Yet he returns each year for the Greater Gwinnett Championship.

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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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.

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.

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