The 10 most popular stories on the Gwinnett Daily Post website during the week of Feb. 17-23, 2014.
This week’s lunch menus from Gwinnett County Public Schools.
Commissioners will consider a special use permit to allow the building of ethanol storage tanks for an operation along Winder Highway outside Lawrenceville.
Former Lawrenceville Councilman P.K. Martin rolls out a list of endorsements from local cities in his quest to unseat long-serving Sen. Don Balfour.
The United Ebony Society of Gwinnett County, Inc. will host a Black History Month Exhibit each day from 8 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. until Feb. 28 at the Gwinnett Justice and Administration Building in Lawrenceville.
Leevon Young told Lawrenceville police he believed people were trying to kill him when he opened fire at a crowded grocery store.
The First United Methodist Church of Lawrenceville held a dinner honoring couples who have been married for at least 50 years, and 32 couples attended the event.
Reuben Arthur Valrie, 28, has been charged with the murder of his 3-month-old daughter.
The 10 most popular stories on the Gwinnett Daily Post website during the week of Feb. 10-16, 2014
The Gwinnett County Health Department recently released its restaurant health scores for the week. Each Monday, the Daily Post takes a snapshot of scores from around the county.
Judge William Ray will be one of three Georgia Court of Appeals judges to hear oral arguments during a special session in Lawrenceville next month.
The Gold Award is the highest achievement for Girl Scouts.
For 20 years the race has helped support multiple groups, including this year’s recipient, the Gwinnett Community Clinic.
The sale was closed Wednesday and Thursday due to the winter storm.
When weather iced out seasonal help at Huff’s Flowers in downtown Lawrenceville, other shop owners helped cut flowers and fill orders.