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Gwinnett's parks are being highlighted this month as the county participates in discovery-themed National Parks and Recreation Month celebrations. [Read More]
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A night after he had a 14-game hit streak broken, Rio Ruiz ripped a run-scoring line drive to right field and pushed the Gwinnett Stripers... [Read More]
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Angelique Kerber took control early and cruised to a 6-3, 6-3 victory over Serena Williams for her first Wimbledon title on Saturday at the All... [Read More]
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Arizona right-hander Zack Grienke pitched 7 2/3 shutout innings and won his fifth straight game, a 3-0 Diamondbacks' victory over the Atlanta Braves on Saturday... [Read More]
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Suwanee's Brett Barron shot 66 on Saturday to take three-shot lead into the final round of the Georgia Amateur Championship at Athens Country Club. [Read More]
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It has been the type of season for Atlanta United where it doesn't matter where they play or who their opponents are — they are... [Read More]
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More than 300 of metro Atlanta's youth descended upon Peachtree Ridge Park on Saturday for a free football camp put on by Bradley Roby, a... [Read More]
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The city of Duluth and $10 River Tubing teamed up for the inaugural Whatever Floats Your Boat event on Saturday at Rogers Bridge Park. [Read More]
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Gwinnett Daily Post's Political Notebook for July 15, 2018. [Read More]
GCPS is hosting its annual New Teacher Orientation on Tuesday and Wednesday with more than 1,300 teachers expected to attend. [Read More]
The Gwinnett County Bar Association recently earned big praise from its statewide counterpart, taking home three awards at the State Bar of Georgia's Annual Meeting... [Read More]
Lawrenceville's Electric Department is inviting residents to stop by the city's Public Works Building and give the gift of life later this month. [Read More]
Brookwood teacher Carrie Settles-Livers was announced as a Leavey Awards recipient, Archer High School's FCCLA chapter participated in a national leadership conference and a Parkview... [Read More]
Just when you think expectations can go no lower in politics, our gubernatorial candidates continue to prove us wrong. [Read More]
How do we teach kids to do hard things? We can start by simply allowing them to do hard things — by not stepping in... [Read More]
People who are connected to each other and have a sense of purpose about their work will push through tough conditions to get things done. [Read More]
People who are connected to each other and have a sense of purpose about their work will push through tough conditions to get things done. [Read More]
Neva knew tremendous sorrow. She outlived two sons and a husband. [Read More]
This beautiful girl loves other dogs, and she would enjoying having one in her forever home. [Read More]
Snellville native and former South Gwinnett standout Dan Davis has accepted the head women's basketball coaching job at Grace College in Indiana. [Read More]
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