Lamont Mays molding new Lawrenceville school
What stands out at Moore is the STEP Academy, a program designed for at-risk, over-aged eighth-grade students that allows them to complete eight and ninth grade course work in one school year. Those who complete the program transition to 10th grade and remain on track to graduate with their peers.
No injuries were reported in Tuesday morning crash at Thrasher Street and Holcomb Bridge Road
Gwinnett County firefighters and the Georgia State Patrol responded to a crash on Tuesday morning after two tractor trailers collided on Interstate 85 southbound.
The National Weather Service is predicting snow before noon Wednesday.
Winners from an office pool claimed their prize Nov. 20.
The Geogia Supreme Court on Monday reversed a murder conviction and life sentence of a man convicted of felony murder and conspiracy to commit trafficking in cocaine for his role in a 2010 fatal shooting.
Those who donate from Wednesday through Sunday will receive a commemorative American Red Cross T-shirt.
Authorities responded to the scene at 127 Resthaven Drive early Monday afternoon.
Anthony Lumpkin, the man believed to have fired the bullet that killed 15-year-old Nick Jackson, was found guilty on all charges Monday, including four separate counts of murder. Co-defendant Eddie Green was found not guilty of malice murder but convicted on six other charges, including three counts of felony murder.
It is estimated that 60 percent of the homeless family population in Gwinnett County is children, and 50 percent of the children are under the age of 6. Here are some of the stories Rainbow Village graduates tell about how they became homeless.
VetConnexx, which works with Fortune 500 companies to help veterans find jobs after deployment, announced it will open its third location in the Gwinnett Place.
The 10 most popular stories on the Gwinnett Daily Post website during the week of Nov. 18-24, 2013.
We give you an inside look at Snow Mountain at Stone Mountain Park.
Since its opening in Gwinnett, troopers from Georgia State Patrol Post 51 have written 13,599 citations. The goal, though, is to improve traffic flow, officials maintain.
The city of Suwanee’s annual caboose lighting and holiday festival will be at 6:30 p.m. on Dec. 6.
- Homicide victims honored with candlelight vigil
- Chuck Efstration wins Gwinnett House seat
- Winder councilman retains seat
- Incumbents keep Duluth City Council seats
- Keith Roche wins battle between neighbors in Lawrenceville
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- Commissioner John Heard to seek second term
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- Red Cross holding public blood drives throughout December
- BUCK'S BYTES: Venus, the Sun, great volunteers and a lot of fun
- NOW WE'RE COOKING: Chicken tikki masala
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- Georgia State Patrol in Gwinnett
- 'Behind the Scenes' ... at the county election office
- American Cancer Society employee discusses battle with breast cancer