SUWANEE NEWS WEEK: A Woman Seeks Life-Saving Help, and Art Makes a Memorial ...

Recapping some top recent news stories in Suwanee and Gwinnett.

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SUWANEE WOMAN NEEDS LIVE KIDNEY DONOR: The Wilkes family has been in the meat-market business since before World War II. But one of their own -- Jennifer -- is facing a life-challenging situation, and a plea for help is out.

PUBLIC ART AS FAMILY MEMORIAL: Cathy Rohloff wanted a memorial for her late sister -- and raised the money with her husband. The art memorial now overlooks a picturesque lake in a Suwanee park.

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WEST NILE VIRUS FATALITY: The West Nile Virus, borne by mosquitos, reportedly claims a life in Gwinnett.

COUNCIL DELAYS REZONING: Despite a thumbs-up from its own City Hall staff, City Council members delayed a final decision on whether to rezone a land parcel in the Gateway area for a self-storage center.

ANOTHER RESTAURANT OPENS: Suwanee's restaurant scene continues to grow, as the Gulf Coast Grill opened its doors on Lawrenceville-Suwanee Road.

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