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Gwinnett officials urge road safety for drivers, bicyclists

Gwinnett County officials are offering tips on how drivers and bicyclists can safely share the county’s roadways.

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BUIs up at Lake Lanier over July 4 weekend

No deaths reports at popular lake though

The Georgia Department of Natural Resources announced BUIs were up at Lake Lanier over the July 4 weekend.

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Minister, former pro baseball player takes reins of Gwinnett Rotary Club

Dacula-based minister and former professional baseball player Marlon Allen recently became the new president of the Rotary Club of Gwinnett County.

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Gwinnett officials gushing over 20,000 toilet rebate milestone

Gwinnett County Water Resources officials celebrated their 20,000th toilet this week.

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POLITICAL NOTEBOOK: Isakson accuses Obama of trying to ‘circumvent Congress’ on overtime rule

Gwinnett Daily Post’s Political Notebook for Sunday, July 5, 2015.

Gwinnett sees smooth rollout of unsupervised tethering ban

Gwinnett County officials said the roll out of a new ban on unsupervised dog tethering has gone smoothly.

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Lake Lanier rangers float boating safety tips ahead of holiday weekend | VIDEO | PHOTOS

Thousands of boats expected to be on the lake for July 4 celebrations

Department of Natural Resources rangers are encouraging boaters to stay safe on Lake Lanier this weekend.

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Georgia DOT opens flex lane on I-85 in Gwinnett

Georgia Department of Transportation officials announced the opening of the flex lane on I-85 northbound between Jimmy Carter Boulevard and Indian Trail Road.

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POLITICAL NOTEBOOK: Bieser retiring from Lawrenceville City Council, endorses Still as successor

Gwinnett Daily Post’s Political Notebook for July 2, 2015.

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Duluth store eyeing explosive sales as fireworks become legal in Georgia | PHOTOS

Gwinnett County and business officials talk about fireworks industry moving into Georgia as sales become legal in the state.

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