A trip to an auction proves there's a sucker born every minute.
Guifarro's emotional goal was a lifetime memory for those in attendance
Georgia Gold Medal winners are a worthy addition to your home landscape.
A look at Wednesday's Gwinnett prep action.
Unfortunately, we are what we eat. CHICAGO -- People don't know how to eat right. Almost from birth, the food we take in and the way it is marketed conspire to make us addicted and even sick. As a result, all but a few of us will face an early
The lady Thatcher was a champ. MANCHESTER, England -- There is a story about Margaret Thatcher, which is probably apocryphal, but speaks volumes about the strength of Britain's first female prime minister, who died Monday at age 87.. Following her election in 1979, the story goes that Thatcher took her
Patrons can support Rainbow Village on Thursday by eating at California Pizza Kitchen and shopping at Barnes & Noble at The Forum in Norcross.
A new business has opened in Loganville that rents RVs for one time use.
The Gwinnett Tech Foundation awarded more than 260 scholarships for academic excellence and achievement to Gwinnett Tech students this year, totaling more than $322,000.
Gun laws and human nature. In 1983, when President Reagan ordered the deployment of missiles in Europe as part of his "peace through strength" strategy to counter the Soviet Union, the very liberal town of Takoma Park, Md., declared itself a "nuclear free zone."
Bank of America is reaching out to more than 7,900 customers in Duluth and surrounding areas Thursday through Saturday by providing financial advice to identify alternatives to foreclosure.
The concert is slated for Sept. 4. Tickets go on sale April 12.
Each week the Daily Post takes a snapshot of restaurant scores from around the county that have been released by the Gwinnett County Health Department.
The Greater Gwinnett Championship needs volunteers to drive shuttle vans during the upcoming event.
St. Vincent de Paul opens a larger facility in Duluth.
Gwinnett County road closures, April 7 through 13
Gwinnett GOP creates a Spanish language Facebook page to reach out to the Hispanic community; legislator named to influential list.
A look at Friday's Gwinnett prep action.
Giving thanks for local school systemTo Dr. Alvin Wilbanks and the Gwinnett Board of Education:. As I look around to our neighboring school systems, the following comment comes to mind -- Thanks.. Bill Baughman, Snellville
Syracuse's zone defense has caused plenty of problems for opposing offenses during the NCAA Tournament. Trey Burke and Michigan will try to solve that zone when the schools meet in the Final Four in Atlanta on Saturday. Burke against Orange point guard Michael Carter-Williams is a matchup that should
Louisville overcame a gruesome injury to one of its best players and ended up dominating Duke to reach the Final Four. To earn a spot in the championship game, the top-seeded Cardinals will have to get by Cinderella Wichita State on Saturday in the NCAA Tournament in Atlanta. The
Senior sparked Lions to victory over Mountain View last week
Senior won three county titles last week
By venue -- April 5
David Snell, 43, has been the head boys track and field coach at Buford for 13 years. Snell is also an assistant on the football team.
Senior a three-year varsity starter for the Eagles
The Atlanta Falcons released starting right tackle Tyson Clabo, leaving another hole on their offensive line.
Team to begin with Aug. 8 game vs. Bengals
Georgia Sports Writers Association 2013 All-State Basketball teams
SafetySmart Lilburn, the city of Lilburn and Dr. Star Gregory of Zutilla Animal Housecalls are teaming up to host a Lilburn Rabies Clinic April 6.
Former UGA, Brookwood star to sign copies of his first book prior to G-Day game in Athens on Saturday
As it goes in the minor leagues, today's Gwinnett Braves lineup was still in flux Wednesday afternoon, but it's a roster with a mix of speed and power.
Block One Seventy Eight is celebrating its grand opening April 5.
For the Month of the Military Child, there will be a celebration and recognition ceremony with the theme Military Children: Proud, Ready & Resistant.
Recap of Tuesday's prep action.
North baseball hosts "Pink Out" for Relay for Life
Gwinnett County students interested in exploring innovative career fields can learn how to get there during the upcoming Gwinnett County Public Schools College and Career Education Fair.
The Georgia Department of Transportation has announced that work begins tonight on the renovation of State Route 11/Broad Street in Downtown Winder.
JEFFERSON -- During its February meeting, the Jackson EMC Foundation Board of Directors awarded a total of $78,621 in grants, including $68,691 to organizations and $9,930 to individuals. Among the grants awarded were $44,000 to five agencies that provide programs or services to the residents of Gwinnett County.
Gwinnett County road closures, March 31 through April 6
Roundup of Friday's prep action.
Artists can enter anything that they have been working on for the past 12 months.
Duluth football coach Jason Conner talks to staff writer Brandon Brigman about being the new head coach at Duluth, growing up in Vidalia and his father being a preacher.
By venue -- March 29
Capsules for the top 20 drivers in the Sprint Cup stands, plus five additional drivers of note.
A logistics company in Suwanee has announced it will close at the end of the year, moving its business to West Central Georgia.
Cottage Tea Room is slated to open April 2 in Duluth.
A look at Wednesday's Gwinnett prep action.
Winter-like cold, wind makes for rough times for spring sports athletes this week
The Georgia Gwinnett baseball team took a 9-2 win before falling 6-2 in game two to the NCCAA's top-ranked squad, Toccoa Falls College on Wednesday afternoon at the Grizzly Baseball Complex.. Freshman Frank Warren pitched GGC (21-9) to the win in the opener by striking out four and scattering