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Peachy Corners Café Opening Alpharetta Location

Peachy Corners Café is bringing its delicious coffee, bubble tea, and other tasty eats to Alpharetta. According to lease intel, the Peachtree Corners eatery will open a second spot at 5815 Windward Pkwy. The location is part of Windward Crossing, a retail and office space that includes modern co-working places, restaurants, and wellness centers. Peachy Corners Café will occupy suite 210 on the second floor.
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Gwinnett racks up American Association of Adapted Sports Programs' ASPIRE Awards

Gwinnett County was represented well Sunday night as the American Association of Adapted Sports Programs, Inc. recognized 20 key people and organizations with an ASPIRE Award for their outstanding contributions to support student-athletes with physical disabilities. The third annual Adapted Sports Programs in Recreation and Education (ASPIRE) Awards, emceed by...
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Social media threat means extra police presence in Gwinnett County schools

School officials at Mill Creek High School were on high alert Thursday after a social media post emerged threatening to kill students. The Gwinnett Daily Post reports that there was a heightened police presence at the high school in response to the threat. The Gwinnett Police Department confirmed that they assisted School Resource Officers in response. They added that they will assist with additional officers at all schools and will continue to increase police presence into next week.
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First Good Taste Gwinnett Fall 2021 virtual event features new local demos, dishes

Viewers can start watching and cooking today as five of the best chefs in the county serve up their favorite dishes for the fall 2021 edition of Good Taste Gwinnett. A podcast series, which aired earlier this month, has now been followed by the popular virtual Cook-Along-With-Us programs, the first of which debuted today. The second and final 2021 episode will air next Thursday, Oct. 28.

Late Gwinnett police recruit had existing heart condition

A Gwinnett County Police recruit who died last week after experiencing a medical issue during training had an existing heart condition that the county medical examiner said could have played a part in his death. In a report published in the Gwinnett Daily Post, county Medical Examiner Doctor Carol Terry...

Georgia Police Recruit Dies After Medical Emergency During Training

The Gwinnett County (GA) Medical Examiner’s Office is looking into what caused an unspecified medical emergency that resulted in the death of a police recruit Tuesday morning. Gwinnett Police Officer Senior Hideshi Valle told the Gwinnett Daily Post that Stockbridge resident Ronald Donat, 41, was a member of the Gwinnett...

Violent Criminals Go Free, Yet Judge Makes Example Of 'Capitol Rioter'

A federal judge has sentenced a Capitol rioter to three months in jail, declaring his sentencing should serve as a harsh warning to others looking to avoid responsibility. District Judge Thomas Hogan sentenced Robert Reeder, of Harford County, Maryland, to three months in jail on Friday for his role in the January 6 insurrection. Reeder's sentencing was postponed from August after the Twitter account 'Sedition Hunters' posted a clip of Reeder shoving a police officer on the steps outside the Capitol building.

Rogers Bridge is on the Move!

The 110-year-old Rogers Bridge was removed from its home over the Chattahoochee River yesterday afternoon to make way for a brand new pedestrian bridge!. The new bridge will be almost identical to the original and it will re-establish a usable connection between Duluth and the City of Johns Creek, Georgia – Government. Pieces from the original will be reimagined into a public art piece for display at Rogers Bridge Park.

Former UGA player: Mark Richt ‘saved my life’

Former UGA standout Tra Battle said he was down and in despair after retiring from football, and drove to a nearby bridge in the Athens area to end his life. Before jumping, Battle decided to call Mark Richt, who he hadn’t communicated with in years. Richt invited Battle to his...

Gwinnett holds off on decision to decriminalize marijuana

The issue of decriminalizing marijuana is on hold in Gwinnett County for now. Gwinnett County commissioners decided to table the issue on Tuesday in order to give county leaders more time to weigh the impact. The issue will be discussed again at a Nov. 2 meeting. The proposal would eliminate...

Georgia football recruiting: Top prospect Travis Hunter at Sanford Stadium for Arkansas game

Georgia hosted Travis Hunter — 247Sports’ No. 1 ranked player for the class of 2022 — at Sanford Stadium today for the Bulldogs’ game against Arkansas, per Dawgs247. Hunter, out of Suwanee (Ga.) Collins Hill High, has been committed to Florida State since March of 2020. He has gone on the record multiple times since that commitment, even after the Seminoles 0-4 start to the 2021 season, that he is solid in his pledge. Hunter has taken multiple unofficial visits to Florida State and he used his official visit on September 5.

Travis Hunter in Attendance for Georgia-Arkansas

With the hype that comes with a top-ten matchup at any point of the season, it is guaranteed to attract some of the top recruits in the country. That is backed up by the list of star attractions taking in number two Georgia versus number eight Arkansas. Sources told our...
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No. 1 recruit Travis Hunter injured, but not as severe as initially feared

Travis Hunter, the nation's No. 1 overall prospect and the top commitment in Florida State's 2022 recruiting class, left his high school game with an ankle injury Friday night and was immediately taken from the field for medical evaluation. But with FSU fans and Hunter's supporters preparing for terrible news...