Each week the Daily Post takes a snapshot of health scores from around the county that have been released by the Gwinnett County Health Department.
The 10 most popular stories on the Gwinnett Daily Post website during the week of Dec. 2-8, 2013.
The NFC is asking for toys at Wild Bill’s
NFC is giving free general admission to its Fight Night for those who give a new toy.
This week’s lunch menu for Gwinnett County Public Schools.
It is a holiday play about hope, change
The play follows several people during Christmas time in London. The show runs through 22.
Students, teachers have art for sale
The Duluth venue is selling handmade crafts through Dec. 21. The show features its students and teachers.
Flapjacks and Santa at Duluth Applebee’s
Members of the Upsilon Alpha Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., The Gwinnett Pearls of Service Foundation, Inc. and the 2013-14 Upsilon Alpha Omega Chapter Debutante Scholarship Program Debutantes are hosting the event.
Rainbow Village hosted a groundbreaking ceremony on Thursday in Duluth for a six-unit apartment building that adds about 36 beds for homeless families in transition.
Luke Rockhold fights Costa Philippou Jan. 15
The main event is Luke Rockhold vs. Costa Philippou at the Arena at Gwinnett Center Jan. 15. Tickets go on sale Dec. 6.
The SEAL Legacy Foundation honored Operation One Voice for its work supporting fallen and wounded special forces members and their families.
In close races, Marsha Anderson Bomar and Jim Dugan retained their council seats in Duluth’s runoff election.
A list of results for Gwinnett County and city runoffs from the Nov. 5 election.
Dragon Con co-founder was released from the Gwinnett County jail Monday evening after entering a plea on child molestation charges.
Robin Zorn, a counselor at Mason Elementary in Duluth, was named national Counselor of the Year on Tuesday by the American School Counselor Association.
Dragon Con co-founder pleaded guilty Monday to three of six child molestation charges he’s faced for more than 13 years. He was sentenced to 34 months of house arrest.