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A tornado that hit the northern Georgia town destroyed a grocery store, killing one person who was inside the building when it collapsed.
Opinion, Sports, The Neighborhood Files, Awareness, Public Safety
The major league team will take its 'Future Stars' game to Mississippi this year.
Stay safe this New Year's when handling sparklers.
Volunteers in the News, Holiday Guide, Public Safety
The holidays are a good time to remember local charities that may need your help. Today we spotlight the Gwinnett Children's Shelter.
Awareness, Public Safety
News from Patch sites in the area.
Government, Public Safety
CodeRED procedures have been approved by City Council.
The eight-week event emphasizes citizen involvement.
Training and police presence are stressed as objectives of the $1.99 million facility.
The new $1.99 million structure at I-85 includes a firing range.
Lawrenceville Police say Spencer Allen Braswell had homemade bombs in his home off of Paper Mill Road.
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