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SUWANEE WINS YEARS-LONG LEGAL BATTLE: "It reaffirms that we were right all along," Suwanee City Manager Marty Allen said of a recent Georgia Supreme Court decision. The city won its appeal vs. developers Settles Bridge Farm LLC, which also voided a $1.8 million jury award.
NO CHARGES EXPECTED IN DOMESTIC SHOOTING: A domestic shooting in October 2012 left Charissa Thomas dead in her Chattahoochee Ridge home. Her husband, Steven Thomas, acknowledged pulling the trigger, and told police it was an "accident." Suwanee Police anticipate no charges in the case, although it remains open, typical of a homicide.
GUN RALLY AT GJAC: The national gun discussion played out at the Gwinnett Justice and Administration Center in Lawrenceville. Gun safety advocates demonstrated at the complex, where U.S. Rep. Rob Woodall has an office.
LONGER HOT LANES: State transportation officials say they want to extend the I-85 toll lanes northward in Gwinnett, to the Hamilton Mill exit.
STATE BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT: North Gwinnett's girls team is again making noises about a state title.
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