No 'Pink Slime' at GCPS, New iPad and Improved Restaurant Inspections
Here's a look back at five of our most popular stories in Dacula last week.
The “pink slime” issue is still hot this week and GCPS spokesperson Jorge Quintana eased the community’s concern by releasing a statement that the school system’s beef suppliers do not use the substance commonly referred to as “pink slime.”
The new iPad hit stores on March 16 and boasts several exciting new features. If you don’t know what’s different about this iPad you can find out in this article and if you already bought a new iPad let us know what you think in the comments section!
A Dacula woman received a suspicious FedEx package with an apparent fraudulent money order in the amount of $900. A strange voice mail at a number in Seattle, Wash. was intriguing, but didn't lead to an answer.
Dr. Bryan Long will take over as the new principal of Dacula High School on April 2 succeeding Donnie Nutt, who is retiring at the end of the month. Dr. Long has a strong history of employment with the Gwinnett County School System. Read more about the new DHS principal on the Dacula Patch.