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Retired Gwinnett County Public Schools teacher and coach John D. Williams, a Dacula native and sixth-generation Gwinnettian, makes frequent trips to the Dominican Republic, where he taught for 16 years, with donations of essential items, as well as large loads of coveted sports equipment. Th…

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A Snellville woman accused of killing her ex-girlfriend's new girlfriend on Valentine's Day last year was recently sentenced to spend 140 years in prison after she was convicted on several charges, including voluntary manslaughter — although her family is demanding a new trial and denying at least some of the charges made against her.

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The nearly 2,000-acre Rowen development just outside Dacula is expected to take decades to build out, but the prospect of a new research development that would be on par with North Carolina’s Research Triangle Park is bringing a lot of interest to Gwinnett County.

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Although Dacula resident Richard Anthony “Richie” Perry Jr. was born in Brooklyn, he traces his familial roots to the West Indies, particularly the island of Carriacou, near Grenada, and to the South American country of Guyana, located north of Brazil.

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Gwinnett County residents can meet with officials working on the sprawling Rowen research and knowledge community project in eastern Gwinnett to learn about the development this week.

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