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Gladiators fall in season opener at Evansville

The Gwinnett Gladiators lost a road game to the Evansville IceMen late Saturday night in the season opener

Georgia State football loses close one at South Alabama

Nick Arbuckle's big game nearly gives Georgia State a victory at South Alabama

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Norcross gets second straight water polo state championship

Norcross wins its second straight state water polo championship

CITY BY CITY: A weekly look at the happenings in the places you call home

The Daily Post gives readers a quick look at what’s happening in their cities.

GAB: Gwinnett Braves award September grant to A Child's Voice Child Advocacy Center

The Gwinnett Braves have announced the recipient of their $1,000 grant for the month of September. A Child’s Voice Child Advocacy Center, Inc. has been awarded September’s “All About Kids” themed grant, aimed at funding an organization that benefits children.

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Volunteers needed for Great Days of Service event

The 15th annual volunteer event will be held Oct. 24-25.

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Prep football roundup: Grayson, Brent rumble past Central for 28-0 win

Grayson runs past Central Gwinnett 28-0 and other highlights from Gwinnett’s high school football action from Oct. 17

GGC men's soccer scores twice in first half, edges UT-Wesleyan

Two goals in the latter part of the first half proved to be the difference on Saturday as the Georgia Gwinnett men’s soccer team picked up a 2-1 victory at Tennessee Wesleyan.

Job fair, discussion coming to Peachtree Corners

Bridges Peachtree Corners is hosting the event at Salvation & Deliverance Church.

Archer tops North Gwinnett in state softball playoffs

Archer defeated North Gwinnett in the state softball playoffs Friday and advanced to the Sweet 16 for the fifth straight year

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Alleged Duluth pepper-spraying shoplifter arrested

Kahala Johnson was arrested at her mother’s house in Jacksonville, Fla.

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Peachtree Corners town hall meeting focused on community improvements

Officials also provided updates on Livable Center Initiative (LCI) study.

Snellville seeking input about improvements to Briscoe Park

Public meeting will be held from 7 to 9 p.m. on Oct. 23.

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Volunteers needed for Great Days of Service event

The 15th annual volunteer event will be held Oct. 24-25.

PREP ROUNDUP: North, Brookwood and Norcross advance in AAAAAA volleyball playoffs

Region 7-AAAAAA champion North Gwinnett needed four sets, but came back to defeat Kennesaw Mountain in the first round of the state volleyball playoffs Thursday.

FILM FANS: ‘Alexander’ short and sweet with plenty of laughs

Film Fans features local residents reviewing the movie of the week: “Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day”

The Who’s 50th anniversary tour will stop in Gwinnett

“The Who Hits 50” will stop at the Arena at Gwinnett Center on April 23, 2015. Tickets go on sale Oct. 17.

GGC tennis ready to host Grizzly Open

The Georgia Gwinnett tennis program has had a busy fall so far, and the Grizzlies will be looking to cap the season in style as they close out with the second annual Grizzly Open at GGC’s Tennis Facility, which is set to begin at 2 p.m. on Friday and run through Sunday.

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Shiloh at Archer football preview

A breakdown of Friday night’s Shiloh at Archer high school football game

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Dacula at Brookwood football preview

A breakdown of Friday night’s Dacula at Brookwood high school football game

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Buford at Monroe Area football preview

A breakdown of Friday night’s Buford at Monroe Area high school football game

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Commerce vs. Providence Christian football preview

A breakdown on Friday’s Providence Christian-Commerce football game

Annual forum focused on community redevelopment

Partnership Gwinnett hosted the sixth annual Gwinnett Redevelopment Forum on Thursday.

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Fans Choice Fall Athlete of the Week: Providence's Sammy Clough

Junior had a strong performance in his return from an injury

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Bridge closure at Jimmy Carter Blvd. planned for interchange work

The Jimmy Carter Boulevard bridge over Interstate 85 will be closed the weekend of Nov. 14-16 as crews complete the new diverging diamond interchange crossover.

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Ella’s Run fundraiser for Right to Hike set for Saturday

The organization, founded to honor slain hiker Meredith Emerson, will host the seventh annual Ella’s Run this weekend at the Gwinnett Environmental and Heritage Center.

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Fans Choice Player of the Week: Lanier's Mason Harwood

Senior kicker delivered the game-winner in the waning seconds last week against Gainesville

State unemployment rate drops, number of jobs shrinks | VIDEO

The job loss, according to the Georgia Department of Labor, was mostly seasonal in nature.

Daily Post launches annual Halloween photo contest

The Daily Post has launched its annual Halloween photo contest and readers can vote for their favorite picture until Nov. 5.

PREP ROUNDUP: Dickey leads Collins Hill sweep of Shiloh

A roundup of Wednesday’s high school sports events

Parkview post Vicki Harris commits to Rutgers basketball

Parkview senior Vicki Harris will play college basketball for Rutgers and legendary coach Vivian Stringer

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Mill Creek sophomore Hudson commits to Navy lacrosse

Mill Creek sophomore Amya Hudson committed to the Naval Academy women’s lacrosse program

Dacula to host football alumni night at Grayson game

Dacula will host its former football players, managers and cheerleaders at the matchup with Grayson, including a special recognition for the 1988 football team

Meadowcreek to host youth soccer clinic

Meadowcreek’s soccer program will host a youth clinic on Saturday, Nov. 15

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Record lottery profits result in more money for educational programs

The Georgia Lottery announced first quarter profits on Wednesday.

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Work continues on Gwinnett's second diverging diamond interchange, lane closures planned

The work is part of an effort to convert the existing Jimmy Carter Boulevard bridge to a diverging diamond interchange.

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Defensive Player of the Week: Lanier's Derrick Brown

Junior made a number of plays from the defensive line in the Longhorns’ win over Gainesville

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Offensive Player of the Week: Archer's Jamyest Williams

Sophomore averaged 14 yards per carry in the Tigers’ win over South Gwinnett

GAC's Kettle, Norcross' Gusmerotti get running honors

The Gwinnett County cross country coaches named their runners of the week on Monday

STATE SOFTBALL: First round playoff capsules

A look at Gwinnett’s team in the first round of the 2014 GHSA state softball playoffs

STATE VOLLEYBALL: First round playoff capsules

Info. capsules for Gwinnett’s teams in the first round of the GHSA state volleyball playoffs

Georgia releases 2015 football schedule

The University of Georgia will play seven home games in 2015, including and Oct. 3 date with Alabama.

PREP FOOTBALL: Defensive Honor Roll

A look at the top defensive performances from the high school football games of Oct. 10

PREP FOOTBALL: Offensive Honor Roll

A look at the top offensive performances from the high school football games of Oct. 10

Ebony Society to host candidate forum

The event will be held on Thursday, Oct. 16.

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Voting underway in city’s first municipal election

Peachtree Corners voters to decide whether the city will allow package sales of distilled spirits.

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PREP FOOTBALL: Region Standings, updated Oct. 13, 2014

A look at the high school football standings for Gwinnett's regions

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Georgia's Chubb wins second SEC Freshman of the Week

Georgia's Nick Chubb was honored for his big game last Saturday against Missouri

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Dacula's Evangelister commits to Furman football

Evangelister is a standout at running back and defensive back for the Falcons