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Despite a rainy start, the Greater Gwinnett Championship final two days picture perfect for watching the Champions Tour event.
The consumer protection agency recently announced it will soon begin supervising credit reporting agencies.
In the annual State of the County address, Gwinnett County Commission Chairman Charlotte Nash says it's been a strong team effort that has helped move county in a positive direction.
Digital content system eCLASS will be introduced as teaching tool in 2012 pilot program to five high schools.
County's new Board of Commission Chairman, Charlotte Nash, pointed to restoring public trust and budget crisis as key issues.
Police & Fire
Fending off a knife-wielding man, Duluth woman shoots attacker.
Today is "Earth Day," a day set aside to encourage each of us to look for ways to conserve and protect the earth's resources.
Beginning in August students will have option to learn online full time.
Gwinnett firefightersl warn that venturing onto frozen ponds, lakes and rivers can lead to tragedy.
Postal service set to resume today in Dacula area after major service interruption.
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