The following is the Gwinnett County Public Schools lunch menu for the week of March 3, 2014.
Gwinnett police are investigating a homicide that occurred Saturday near Snellville. There are no known suspects.
The Wesleyan School was among 24 teams of middle and high school students that won their regional competitions for the 2014 National Science Bowl late last month and advance to the National Finals in Washington in April.
Lilburn’s Camp Creek Greenway recognized by Wildlife Federation
The National Wildlife Federation has certified Lilburn’s Camp Creek Greenway as a wildlife habitat, providing food, water, shelter and a place to raise young.
Gwinnett County District Attorney Danny Porter said Thursday that his office’s investigation into former Lilburn police Investigator Kim Banks was complete, but that a decision on whether to file criminal charges may take a few more weeks.
The Lilburn Community Improvement District offices have been moved to a more central location along U.S. Highway 29.
Gwinnett parents are upset about the Gwinnett County Public Schools’ decision to add 30 minutes to each school day starting next week through May 14.
The 50-year-old ballpark got an expansion and face-lift in a $5.3 million project.
A 10-year-old special needs child ran away from Lilburn’s Minor Elementary School last week after being bullied at recess.
Gwinnett County Public Schools officials announced their plans to makeup snow days on Monday. The district hasn’t missed seven days of school for winter weather since at least 1990.
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 Feb. 17-23, 2014.
This week’s lunch menus from Gwinnett County Public Schools.
Investigator Kim Banks resigned from the Lilburn Police Department on Feb. 10. An internal investigation revealed that she tampered with and stole prescription drug evidence.
U.S. Rep. Rob Woodall visited Berkmar High on Wednesday to talk with students about the political process and his voting record. Woodall explained his views on legalizing marijuana and raising the minimum wage.