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Report finds 'breakdown' in Lawrenceville's operations

LAWRENCEVILLE -- A report from an independent consulting firm found that disorganization within the city of Lawrenceville from 2006 to 2010 -- under the leadership of then-Mayor Rex Millsaps -- may have cost taxpayers dearly.

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ESTHER CEPEDA: Get my phone, the end is near

CHICAGO — Well, we've finally passed a worrisome milestone on the road to the end of the world.Not the Mayan calendar's prophecy about life-as-we-know-it ceasing to exist on Dec. 21, 2012 -- most Mexican archeology experts have agreed that the 1,300-year-old stone tablet said to predict destruction merely marks the end of a cycle in the Mayan calendar.

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2011 Georgia Sportswriters Association All-State Football Team

2011 Georgia Sports Writers Association

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30 arrested in large-scale Gwinnett 'gang sweep'

LAWRENCEVILLE -- Gwinnett County police led a large-scale, multi-departmental "gang sweep" Wednesday, arresting an estimated 30 gang members for alleged crimes ranging from burglary to murder.

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Proposals sought for Gwinnett's Briscoe Field

LAWRENCEVILLE — After a number of hang-ups, county officials called Thursday for proposals to privatize Briscoe Field.

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Gwinnett's toll lanes at capacity

NORCROSS -- While Gwinnett's HOT lanes have reached their capacity, Gov. Nathan Deal said he is still concerned about the congestion caused by the conversion of the carpool lanes on Interstate 85.

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North's Palmer commits to Pfeiffer

SUWANEE -- North Gwinnett senior attacker Matt Palmer has given a verbal commitment to play college lacrosse at Pfeiffer University, a Division II program located in Misenheimer, N.C.

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Feedback sought for new, current GCPS curriculum

SUWANEE -- Officials with Gwinnett County Public Schools have invited parents, community members and staff to participate in a review of the school district's curriculum.

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Quartet leads Gwinnett group on All-State softball team

Two players and a pair of coaches led a large contingent from Gwinnett schools on the Georgia Athletic Coaches Association's All-State softball teams, which were released by the organization earlier this week.

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Gwinnett Clean & Beautiful earns national recognition

DULUTH -- A local non-profit organization recently received national attention for its efforts in encouraging recycling during the nation's largest community improvement program.

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Lilburn councilman: DOJ lawsuit 'without basis'

LILBURN -- What exactly did we do wrong?

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Lilburn councilman: DOJ lawsuit 'without basis'

LILBURN -- What exactly did we do wrong?

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Goodwin's 25 points not enough for Norcross boys

SNELLVILLE — With Chris Bolden watching from the stands after transferring to North Gwinnett in the summer, Norcross needed someone to step up in the Georgia Tech signee's old guard spot.

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BOC approves new ethics ordinance

LAWRENCEVILLE -- Gwinnett's Board of Commissioners unanimously approved a tougher ethics ordinance Tuesday night, one they hope will help steer the county's government away from last year's scandal that led to the resignation of two board members.

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Snellville's new mayor, council members take oaths

SNELLVILLE -- Newly elected mayor Kelly Kautz and freshman council members Bobby Howard, Diane Krause and Dave Emanuel were sworn into their respective offices in Snellville government Monday evening before a packed house.

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Voters countywide to consider Sunday sales in March 6 primary

LAWRENCEVILLE -- A week after voters 13 cities approved the package sales of beer and wine on Sunday, commissioners voted to place the item on countywide ballots.

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Three Brookwood baseball players to sign with colleges

Three Brookwood baseball players who have committed to college programs will be honored Wednesday at 2:30 p.m. in the Broncos' commons area.

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Sugarloaf Parkway at U.S. 29 reopened after suspicious package turns out to be briefcase

Lawrenceville — LAWRENCEVILLE — The “suspicious package” that briefly shut down a major Gwinnett intersection Wednesday turned out to be an accidentally abandoned briefcase, officials said.

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Occupy Atlanta protestors set up shop in foreclosed Snellville home

SNELLVILLE -- Occupy Atlanta protestors shifted a portion of their ranks Monday to a quiet Snellville subdivision that typifies middle-class placidity -- and the toll taken by a sluggish economy and questionable lending practices, the movement's supporters said.

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POLITICAL NOTEBOOK: Blasi, Brantley announce judicial races

With the chief judges of two of Gwinnett's courts retiring in a year, candidates started stepping forward Friday to replace them.

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MCCULLOUGH: I'm not keeping up with the Kardashians

I'm not keeping up with the Kardashians if I can help it

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Taxes, smarth growth focus for Loganville candidates

LOGANVILLE -- Candidates with varied backgrounds but mostly similar political views are vying for three of six seats on the Loganville City Council in Tuesday's election.

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Dacula candidates agree city needs economic growth

DACULA -- While they may disagree on some matters, the three candidates vying for a seat on Dacula's city council seem to hold one common belief: Dacula needs economic growth.

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Dacula candidates agree city needs economic growth

DACULA -- While they may disagree on some matters, the three candidates vying for a seat on Dacula's city council seem to hold one common belief: Dacula needs economic growth.

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YARBROUGH: What if bears attacked "Occupy Atlanta?"

News bulletin: The state Department of Natural Resources is reporting that black bears in North Georgia seem to be migrating toward the Atlanta area.

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