The Gwinnett Sheriff’s Department released the latest Gwinnett’s ‘Most Wanted’
The 10 most popular stories on the Gwinnett Daily Post website during the week of May 26-June 1, 2014.
The Southeastern Railway Museum is welcoming summer with its annual Locomotive Celebration Saturday, June 7 and Sunday, June 8.
The Duluth Police Department graduated twenty-five citizens from its Citizen Police Academy in May.
The Gwinnett County Health Department released recent restaurant health scores. Each Monday, the Daily Post takes a snapshot of those scores.
Fire department: Man was driving down Abbotts Bridge Road near Duluth Friday morning when tree pinned him from waist down.
Ahmad Edward Brown was given a life sentence Wednesday after being found guilty of the June 10, 2010, murder of 18-year-old Deonte Moore.
The bands BlackHawk and the Outlaws will play Wild Bill’s in Duluth on Saturday night.
To celebrate its ninth anniversary, Lawrenceville’s Good Samaritan Health Center opened its doors to three times as many patients as it sees on a typical day.
Hull Middle student Sumedh Garimella spelled his first two words correctly in the Scripps National Spelling Bee in Washington, and survived as a semifinalist.
Three students from the Gwinnett School of Math, Science and Technology make an alcohol training and educational video for the city of Duluth.
Four friends who attended Mason Elementary in Duluth together went separate ways the rest of their middle and high school careers, but all received acceptance letters from Harvard University.
Sumedh Garimella, a 14-year old eighth-grader from Hull Middle, is representing Georgia during the Scripps National Spelling Bee Championships in Washington.
The 10 most popular stories on the Gwinnett Daily Post website during the week of May 19-25, 2014.
Vani Senthil was named a district winner in the Georgia Farm Bureau Federation’s middle school essay contest. She received a $100 cash prize for her essay on the contest’s topic “My Plate is Georgia Grown.” A winner was selected from each of the Federation’s ten districts, with a state winner chosen from the 10 district winners.