Meet our Family of the Month; A Trusted Partnership with Parents
Primrose School of Five Forks selects the Thorne family as the Family of the Month for April! Dane and Stacy are the proud parents of Chase, a student in our Preschool 1 classroom.
Forsyth Co. bank robbery shuts down traffic
According to a post on their Facebook page, the robbery happened at the Chase Bank near Buford Highway and Trammel Road.
Pike Co. officials investigate triple shooting
When authorities arrived on the scene they found one victim dead in the driveway and another person shot, multiple time, at a nearby residence.
One dead in Gwinnett Co. wreck
Authorities are unclear how many vehicles were involved in the accident but they say the accident was a result of one vehicle leaving the roadway and crashing into a tree.
Woman, 57, pleaded for help before her vehicle disappeared beneath muddy creek
Lilburn police continue to investigate the death of a woman whose vehicle left the rodway and entered a rain-swollen creek.
Woman Killed When Car Swept Into Gwinnett County Creek Identified
Authorities have identified a woman who died when her car was washed away during heavy rain in Gwinnett County as Fawzia Jamshidi, 57, from Loganville.
Driver whose car went into creek is identified
Authorities have identified the driver of a car that went into a suburban Atlanta creek as a 57-year-old Loganville woman.
On Common Ground News
Loganville resident serving in Navy Construction Battalion
Tanesha Tolbert, a 2012 Loganville High School graduate from Loganville, GA, is serving in the U.S. Navy as part of the Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 11. The Battalion specializes in advance base construction, battle damage repair, contingency engineering, humanitarian assistance and disaster recovery support to fleet and unified commanders.
$4M suit filed against DA's office
A Three former defendants in a felony racketeering indictment are planning to sue the Cobb district attorney's office, which dismissed the case a year ago, for $4 million in damages.
Trail of Candy Wrappers Leads to Suspect in Dacula Church Burglary
A trail of candy wrappers sent a Loganville man back to jail less than 12 hours after he was released, according to a Gwinnett County Police incident report.