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Business, Public Safety
Matthews Cafeteria hosts the year's first meeting.
The laws are intended to aid treatment and improve quality of life for people arrested for DUI.
Stay safe this New Year's Eve.
Schools, Public Safety
A spokesperson for Barge likes the suggestion for armed guards at schools. Share your thoughts.
Did you tell your children about the tragedy in Connecticut?
The incidents occurred between Oct.1-20 near Memorial Drive and Rockbridge Road.
The Monday afternoon robbery occurred in front of the Macy's store at the mall.
Have you changed your routine because of recent incidents? Are you taking any extra precautions these days? Patch wants your opinions.
DeKalb's crime map suddenly re-appeared Thursday morning.
Sports, Summer, Public Safety
As sport activities kick into high gear before the beginning of the new school year, the Safe Kids Gwinnett program issues safety tips to help young athletes avoid heat stroke.
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