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Weekly restaurant health inspections for May 17

Each week the Daily Post takes a snapshot of recent health scores from around the county that have been released by the Gwinnett County Health Department.

School lunch menus for the week of May 18

This week’s lunch menu for Gwinnett County Public Schools.

STATE TRACK AND FIELD: Boys championships results

Results from the GHSA State Boys Track and Field Championships

GGC women advance to national championship match

It took over 25 hours to complete, but the Georgia Gwinnett women’s tennis team punched its ticket to a second straight NAIA national championship match with four singles wins to beat Xavier (La.) 5-3 on Saturday at Mobile Tennis Center.

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Furry friends celebrated at annual PAWFest in Lilburn | PHOTOS

Dogs and their owners came out to Lilburn City Park on Saturday for the annual PAWFest event.

15 GCPS students receive military appointments

Fifteen Gwinnett County Public Schools students received military appointments this year, including seven from the U.S. Naval Academy.

GAB: American Red Cross to host blood drives at Mall of Georgia

The American Red Cross will host a blood drive Memorial Day Weekend at the Mall of Georgia in Buford.

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Lawrenceville Ghost Tours return with tales of hauntings and history

It’s a case of the past colliding with the future as the Aurora Theatre kicks off another season of Lawrencevile, GA Ghost Tours, bringing tales of “hauntings, history and horrors” to the community.

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Every Sunday, the Daily Post gives readers new opportunities to volunteer with organizations in Gwinnett.

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.

Jones, Bennett head up Gwinnett Dugout Club’s 2015 All-County team

Gwinnett Dugout Club announces its 2015 All-County Baseball Team

Hamilton Mill Kids Triathlon coming up in June

The Hamilton Mill neighborhood swim team is the beneficiary of the Hamilton Mill Kids Triathlon

North Atlanta Senior Classic to showcase Gwinnett soccer players

Gwinnett senior soccer players will play Tuesday in the North Atlanta Senior Classic

Brookwood's Litumbe earns all-region honors for Georgia State softball

Georgia State standout Megan Litumbe, a Brookwood grad, was named to the all-region team

Gwinnett honors 2015's best in high school lacrosse at season-ending banquet

High school players were honored for the 2015 season and a pair of awards also went to the GLL community youth lacrosse persons of the year Anthony Jopling and Sarah Bilodeau.

Gwinnett Positive High School Award given to local student-athletes

A group of Gwinnett student-athletes were honored for positivity with an awards ceremony

Norcross man tries to put out neighbor’s fire

The fire was reported Saturday on Falcon Wood Court.

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Brookwood's Yapp wins state championship in 3,200

Brookwood's Miles Yapp led the Gwinnett athletes in Friday's finals at the state boys track and field meet, winning the 3,200-meter run

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Georgia Gwinnett College baseball denied return trip to NAIA World Series

St. Thomas won the Lawrenceville Bracket on Friday, denying the Georgia Gwinnett College baseball team a return visit to the NAIA World Series

STATE TRACK: Thursday's championships results

Thursday’s results from the GHSA State Boys Track and Field Championships in Jefferson

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Fans Choice Male Athlete of the Week: Brookwood's Topher Marshall

Brookwood senior accounted for a pair of goals in a state playoff victory

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Fans Choice Female Athlete of the Week: North Gwinnett's Lauren Friedman

Sophomore had a great all-around game in North’s first-ever playoff victory

Gwinnett girls lacrosse players named to all-state teams

Gwinnett County was represented well on the all-state girls lacrosse teams

Spring Event Calendar — May 15, 2015

A calendar of the events, including festivals, concerts, movies under the stars and food trucks, happening around Gwinnett this spring.

By Venue Arts and Entertainment — May 15, 2015

A look at visual arts, performing arts and entertainment around Gwinnett and Atlanta.

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By Venue Music — May 15, 2015

A list of upcoming concerts happening at venues in and around Gwinnett County.

FILM FANS: Explicit, dark comedy ‘The D Train’ good for Jack Black fans

Film Fans features local residents reviewing a movie of the week. Want to be a film fan? Email

Grizzlies keep rolling at NAIA tennis championships

GGC men, women advance in Mobile

Coaches honor best in Region 7-AAAAAA tennis

The Region 7-AAAAAA tennis coaches selected the best players and coaches from the 2015 high school season

Parkview to honor baseball, basketball signees

Parkview will host a signing celebration for three baseball players and one basketball player this week

South Gwinnett's Brown, Martinez sign with Baldwin-Wallace football program

Two more South Gwinnett seniors have signed with college football programs

Gwinnett quarterbacks shine at Nike Elite 11 Challenge

Gwinnett’s quarterbacks had a nice showing at the Nike Elite 11 Challenge in Charlotte

Peachtree Ridge's Clayton Sneathen named a Brine All-American

Peachtree Ridge lacrosse player Clayton Sneathen has been selected as a Brine All-American

Parkview's Biggar, Brookwood's Farschman lead All-Region 8-AAAAAA baseball teams

The Region 8-AAAAAA baseball coaches announced their all-region teams this week

Danielle Marcano, Lanier players honored on All-Region 8-AAAAA team

Danielle Marcano earned Region 8-AAAAA player of the year honors and Lanier had several other players recognized by its region

Charles Huntzinger, Bailey Tardy lead All-Region 7-AAAAAA golf honors

The All-Region 7-AAAAAA golf team was announced by the league’s coaches

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Cornerstone Christian wins NAML Cup for athletic excellence

Cornerstone Christian, a Peachtree Corners private school, was honored for its athletic success by winning the NAML Cup

GGC tennis cruises into quarterfinals

MOBILE, Ala. — In a match that could readily be described as routine, the top-ranked and No. 1-seeded Georgia Gwinnett men’s tennis team eased past 17th-seeded McPherson in 5-0 fashion in the second round of the NAIA National Championship at Mobile Tennis Center.

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No. 1 Grizzlies toppled by St. Thomas in NAIA baseball playoffs

The Grizzlies once again spotted their opponents a 3-0 first-inning lead and this time fell by a 10-2 score to St. Thomas (Fla.) on the second day of the 2015 NAIA opening round Lawrenceville playoff bracket at the Grizzly Baseball Complex.

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Gwinnett firefighters train at Six Flags

The training also included fire departments from other metro Atlanta jurisdictions.

Residents escape burning Buford duplex

The fire was reported Wednesday morning.

GAB: Gwinnett police to host Multicultural Festival

The Gwinnett County Police Department Crime Prevention Unit will be hosting its annual Gwinnett Multicultural Festival this Saturday.

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Cops: Fake eye doctor wanted

Gwinnett County Police are in search of a man accused of posing as an optometrist to perform examinations on multiple patients.

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HEALTH BRIEFS: New Braselton hospital already expanding

A look at local health news.

Grayson's McGugan commits to Marshall football

Grayson punter Austin McGugan will play college football for Marshall

GGC softball eliminated from NAIA tournament

Georgia Gwinnett College's softball team saw its season come to an end with a loss to Davenport in the NAIA Opening Round

Peachtree Ridge's Walsh leads UGA baseball past Georgia Tech

Georgia's pitchers, led by starter Jared Walsh of Peachtree Ridge, tossed a one-hit shutout against rival Georgia Tech on Tuesday

Hebron Christian baseball reaches state finals

COLUMBUS — Hebron Christian’s baseball team advanced to the Class A Private state championship series with a clinching 10-5 win over host Brookstone on Tuesday.

GAC splits with Darlington to avoid elimination

ROME — Greater Atlanta Christian and Darlington split a pair of games Tuesday in the Class AA quarterfinals.

Georgia Gwinnett baseball opens NAIA tournament with 11-5 win

Despite spotting fourth-seeded St. Catharine (Ky.) a three-run lead in the first inning, the fourth-ranked and top-seeded Georgia Gwinnett baseball team began its defense of the NAIA Baseball National Championship Opening Round Lawrenceville Bracket with an 11-5 victory on Tuesday evening in Lawrenceville to advance in the winner’s bracket on the first day of the double-elimination event.