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Peachtree Ridge reels in high school fishing qualifier title

Peachtree Ridge pair takes high school fishing qualifier tournament

BUSINESS BRIEFS: Ribbon cutting planned for phase two of Gwinnett Senior Services Center

The Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners invites the public to attend a ribbon cutting for phase two of the federally-funded Gwinnett Senior Services Center.

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Chick-fil-A’s new grilled recipe, entrée lineup set to “transform” menu

Chick-fil-A is introducing a new lineup of grilled chicken entrees that will give the chain a more nutritious and expansive menu.

Accident on Reagan Parkway leaves one dead

Gwinnett County Police are currently investigating a fatal accident that occurred on Ronald Reagan Parkway near Five Forks Trickum Road in unincorporated Lawrenceville.

PREP ROUNDUP: Lions pick up big region win over Mt. View

Nick Neidert went all seven innings, allowing just two hits and striking out nine for the Lions (13-6, 6-3).

Grizzlies, making waves on national level, add another win

The fifth-ranked Georgia Gwinnett baseball team came home with a 5-3 win over Cumberland on Tuesday afternoon in Lebanon, Tenn., using a pair of RBIs from Robbie Payne and two runs scored by Phillip Bates and Garitt Church.

GGC pitchers shut down St. Andrews

Junior Kayla Byrom improved to 16-1 on the season, tossing a complete game shutout as the GGC pitching staff held St. Andrews to one unearned run over two games in 9-1 and 8-0 Georgia Gwinnett softball victories on Tuesday in Laurinburg, N.C.

HEALTH BRIEFS: Gwinnett Medical enters into trauma management agreement

Gwinnett Medical Center in Lawrenceville has recently entered into a management agreement with Hughston Clinic, and through this agreement, two orthopedic trauma specialists are now affiliated with the hospital.

Irwin, Mediate, Lehman join field for Greater Gwinnett Championship

The Champions Tour event is April 14-20 at TPC Sugarloaf in Duluth and the final field will be announced on Friday.

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GCPS educator named finalist for State Teacher of the Year

Hyunjin Son of the Gwinnett School of Mathematics, Science and Technology was one of 10 educators named as a 2015 Georgia Teacher of the Year Finalist.

G-Braves game in Norfolk postponed

Gwinnett will play doubleheader July 11 to make it up

Flood watch includes Gwinnett

Flood watch for most of north and central Georgia effective until 2 a.m. Tuesday.

FANS CHOICE FEMALE ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: Candidate Profiles

A look at the girls high school athletes from spring sports up for this week's award, which is decided by fan voting

FANS CHOICE MALE ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: Candidate Profiles

A look at the boys high school athletes from spring sports up for this week's award, which is decided by fan voting

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G-Braves Mejia named IL batter of week

Slugger hit .308 with four homers in season’s first week

Homers lead G-Braves to 4-1 win over Durham

On the strength of homeruns by Mark Hamilton and Ernesto Mejia, the Gwinnett Braves beat the Durham Bulls 4-1 on Saturday night at Durham Bulls Athletic Park.

PREP ROUNDUP: Parkview's Shakur takes third at nationals

A recap of Saturday's high school sports action

Gladiators edged on road in Greenville

The Gwinnett Gladiators and Greenville Road Warriors traded blow after blow Saturday night, but the Warriors escaped with a 4-3 win Saturday night at the Bon Secours Wellness Arena.

Weekly restaurant health inspections for April 6

The Gwinnett County Health Department released recent restaurant health scores. Each Monday, the Daily Post takes a snapshot of those scores.

Gwinnett Dugout Club names Players of the Month for March

Gwinnett Dugout Club names Players of the Month for March

No. 1 Grizzlies steamroll Dalton State in womens tennis

Wins in all matches that were contested Saturday gave the Georgia Gwinnett women’s tennis team a victory in its first match since taking over as the NAIA’s top-ranked team in an 8-1 victory at Dalton State.

Late surge dooms Grizzlies in series finale

Despite building a pair of six-run leads, No. 5 Georgia Gwinnett fell 10-8 to LSU Alexandria (26-15) at the Grizzly Baseball Complex in Lawrenceville on Saturday afternoon in the finale of the teams’ three-game series.

G-Braves pound Durham for first win of 2014

Offensive outburst makes new Braves addition Ervin Santana a victor despite up-and-down outing

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Surgeons: Tiger Woods could miss U.S. Open, too

Back surgery that put Woods out of Masters could also cost him the year's second major

Georgia Gwinnett College baseball sweeps showdown with LSU Alexandria

Grizzlies cruise in Tyler Carpenter's one-hitter, then win nightcap on Robbie Payne's walk-off RBI

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Newest class of Gwinnett County firefighters graduates

New class will be first allowed to immediately begin paramedic certification process

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G-Braves blow lead in opener

Gwinnett opens its season on the road against the Bulls

GGC men top No. 7 Emory 8-1

The Grizzlies reached 14-0 on the year with the win, snapping the Eagles’ five-match win streak to drop Emory to 12-5.

FILM FANS: 'Noah' takes liberties, redeems itself with special effects, acting

Want to be a Film Fans? E-mail features@gwinnettdailypost.com.

BY VENUE: April 4

A look at events happening at venue in and near Gwinnett County.

BUSINESS BRIEFS: Manufacturer’s first U.S. presence will be in Gwinnett

Shini Plastics Technologies Inc., a leading supplier of plastics manufacturing equipment, will celebrate the opening of its Americas Headquarters and Technical & Logistics Center in Suwanee on Friday.

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Upcoming best bets in arts and entertainment: April 4

The Daily Post gives you upcoming events you might want to check out.

PREP ROUNDUP: Higginbotham K's 15 for unbeaten Buford

A recap of Wednesday's high school sports events in Gwinnett County

Wesleyan baseball standout Jones picks Tar Heels

Wesleyan baseball junior Jahmai Jones commits to North Carolina

UGA gives basketball coach Mark Fox a contract extension

Coming off a successful season, Georgia men’s basketball coach Mark Fox got a contract extension from the athletic department

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Officer injured, suspect killed following chase at Lawrenceville apartment

Gwinnett police are investigating an officer-involved shooting in Lawrenceville on Wednesday morning that left a suspect dead and an officer injured.

PREP ROUNDUP: Grayson pitchers stymie Central Gwinnett

A recap of Tuesday's high school sports events in Gwinnett County

North Gwinnett students earn silver medals at regatta

Lake Lanier Rowing Club’s junior crew brought home a pair of silver medals from the John Hunter Regatta on Saturday on their home course in Gainesville.

GAC's Wilkins, Cummings head up Gwinnett Tipoff Club honorees

GAC’s Brianna Cummings and Isaiah Wilkins head up Gwinnett Tipoff Club’s All-County teams

HEALTH BRIEFS: Talk with a certified health care marketplace navigator

A a certified health care marketplace navigator will be on hand Wednesday at the Lawrenceville library branch.

2014 Election Candidates

A complete list of the candidates on Gwinnett election ballots in 2014

Commissioner of Insurance: Democratic candidates

Two Democratic candidates are vying for the opportunity to run for commissioner of insurance.

House District 98: Republican candidates

Two Republicans are vying for the opportunity to run for House District 98 in the May 20 primary election.

Congressional District 4: Democratic candidates

Two Democratic candidates are running in the Congressional District 4 primary, incumbent Hank Johnson and Stone Mountain resident Tom Brown.

House District 97: Republican candidates

Three Republican candidates are seeking to run for House District 97 in the May 20 primary election.

Secretary of State: Democratic candidates

Two Democrats are running in the May 20 primary election for secretary of state.

House District 105: Democratic candidates

Two Democrats are facing off in the May 20 primary election to run for House District 105.

State School Superintendent: Democratic candidates

Six Democratic candidates are facing off in the May 20 primary election.

Public Service Commissioner: Republican candidates

Three Republicans are running in the May 20 primary election.

Senate District 40: candidates

Two Republicans and two Democrats are vying to run for state Senate District 40 during the May 20 primary election.