Testimony of co-defendants Darrez Chandler and Timothy Johnson differed during Friday’s proceedings in case of 15-year-old Nick Jackson’s murder
Funds will go to improvements at the park
Pinckneyville Dog Park has been chosen to receive a $2,000 grant for enhancements from the The Nutro Company.
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Cathryn Hodge matched all five numbers on a Fantasy 5 Quik Pik ticket.
In Thursday’s opening statements, attorneys for Anthony Lumpkin and Eddie Green attacked the reliability of co-defendants expected to testify.
A complete listing of events going on in and around Gwinnett County during the 2013 holiday season.
Anthony Lumpkin, Michael Earl Davis and Eddie Lewis Green are all on trial for murder of 15-year-old Nick Jackson. Jury selection began Tuesday and is likely to continue into Thursday afternoon
A public input meeting will be held from 5 to 7 p.m. Thursday on a proposed multi-use trail along Beaver Ruin Road, which would eventually connect Lilburn and Norcross
Diara Hood, Tyler Estrada and Jovian Lanus have all been charged in July 29 murder and robbery of Steven Carden and a friend.
According to police, the two suspects made off with thousands of dollars worth of cigarettes.
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Gwinnett Firefighters were called out to a fire at the Korean First Presbyterian Church on Lawrenceville Highway near Tucker Sunday afternoon.
The following is the Gwinnett County Public Schools lunch menu for the week of Nov. 11
Kudzu Art Zone and the Tanzania Global Team, a ministry of Perimeter Church in Johns Creek, have partnered to present “The Karansi Project: Transforming a Village from the Bottom Up.”
Darrez Chandler, 32, entered a guilty plea on charges of armed robbery, aggravated assault and burglary and will likely serve 15 years in prison. Chandler was reportedly the lookout during the Feb. 2012 robbery that killed 15-year-old Nick Jackson.
Sonia Nazario was in Gwinnett on Wednesday as part of the Gwinnett County Public Library’s “Meet the Author” series.