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More than 1,700 students ride the bus home each day from Mill Creek High School.
While you may think class change at the state's largest high school is chaotic, Mill Creek High School Principal Jason Lane said the process is an orderly one.
In other strange crime news, a man claims a parking lot "found him," a wife reports her husband is a bigamist and a reportedly intoxicated man discovers he needs a belt.
A line of heavy storms moved through the Dacula area early Sunday morning.
Excessive runoff may cause flooding of small creeks and streams.
It's that time of year! Share the good news about your graduate by posting a free announcement on Patch.
A look at the most popular stories of the past week on Dacula Patch.
Seven companies submitted bids.
The Gwinnett County Animal Shelter has numerous dogs and puppies currently available for adoption.
Ever wonder what happens behind the scenes in the cafeteria of the largest high school in Georgia?
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