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Gwinnett PD’s citizen’s academy still accepting applications

Next installment of weekly meetings is scheduled to begin on Sept. 16.

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Couple get combined 40 years in shootout with Duluth cops

Jonathan and Jessica MacMillan were each sentenced Friday in connection with a 2011 armed robbery, shootout and high-speed chase. Jonathan MacMillan was sentenced to 30 years in prison, with his wife facing a decade behind bars.

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Hunter Hayes to bring Tattoo (Your Name) Tour to the Arena at Gwinnett Center

The Arena at Gwinnett Center announced on Friday that four-time Grammy nominee Hunter Hayes would play a show this year.

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X-Games’ Endurocross comes to Arena at Gwinnett Center this weekend

The excitement of Endurocross, motorcycle racing featured in the X-Games, comes to the Arena at Gwinnett Center on Saturday

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Gwinnett 'MVP' still turning heads with community policing program

Gwinnett police officer Humberto Garcia continues to turn heads with his Crime Free Multi-Housing program, whcih is geared toward reducing crime in apartment communities.

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Dave and Buster’s gives nearly $12,000 to Berkmar, Meadowcreek, Brookwood schools

Dave and Buster’s in Duluth is giving an $11,700 in-kind donation to Berkmar, Meadowcreek, Brookwood cluster schools to use for staff recognition efforts.

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Greater Gwinnett Championship raises $178,160 for charities

The Greater Gwinnett Championship raises $178,160 for various area charities. The main beneficiaries of the 2014 event were Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, Georgia Gwinnett College Foundation, and Gwinnett Medical Center Foundation.

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Greater Gwinnett Championship names Volunteers of the Year

The Greater Gwinnett Championship announced on Tuesday that Luanne Mohling and Shane Warawa have been named the 2014 tournament’s Leadership Volunteer of the Year and Volunteer of the Year respectively.

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PEOPLE HELPING PEOPLE: Jackie Rossell retires as dietician at Peachtree Christian Hospice

Jackie Rossell’s first day at Peachtree Christian Hospice (PCH) was in late October of 2000. Barbara Baker, a registered dietician, and her former boss, contacted Jackie to tell her about an opening at PCH for a cook. Jackie wasn’t looking for another job, but thought about the call from Barbara and the potential opportunity. Well, you know the rest of the story. Jackie did interview and was offered the position of dietician for PCH.

Top 10 most popular stories from Aug. 11-17

The 10 most popular stories on the Gwinnett Daily Post website during the week of Aug. 11-17, 2014.

Weekly restaurant health inspections for Aug. 18

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.

School lunch menus for the week of Aug. 18

The following is the Gwinnett County Public Schools lunch menu for this week.

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Historic, beloved Duluth trees to come down

Gwinnett Medical Center says it was regretful to announce that beloved three trees on the site of the former Joan Glancy Memorial Hospital are decaying and must come down for safety.

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DA: Dragon Con co-founder Ed Kramer did not violate probation on social media

District attorney had been investigating Kramer’s activity on Twitter, Google+

Duluth named fourth most ‘exciting’ Georgia city

Movoto Real Estate Blog put Duluth behind Bookhaven, Atlanta and Marietta.