Friday, November 16, 2012
Nine of Gwinnett's playoff teams won Friday night in the first round of the GHSA Playoffs.
Patch's Gwinnett Football Scoreboard First round of Georgia High School Association playoffs Class AAAAAA Click here for the complete GHSA Class AAAAAA bracket Class AAA Click here for the complete GHSA Class AAA bracket Class AA Click here for the complete GHSA Class AA bracket This report is based on direct reports from Patch editors from Cobb, North Fulton, Gwinnett and Forsyth counties, and from contributors and social media feeds. For more on the Georgia High School Association football playoffs, visit its website. See also: Football Scoreboard, Nov. 9 Football Scoreboard, Nov. 2 Football Scoreboard, Oct. 26 Football Scoreboard, Oct. 19 Football Scoreboard, Oct. 12 Football Scoreboard, Oct. 5 Football Scoreboard, Sept. 28 Football …
Tuesday, August 21, 2012
Here are the latest numbers for the County Commissioner District 3, Superior Court Judge and State Court Judge races.
Here are the final numbers from Tuesday's elections. 11:35pm County Commissioner District 3 (39 of 39 precincts reporting) Mike Beaudreau (I) (Rep) - 49.69% Tommy Hunter (Rep) - 50.31% Superior Court Judge, Gwinnett Circuit (156 of 156 precincts reporting) Tracy Mason Blasi - 30.17% Kathy Schrader - 69.83% State Court (156 of 156 precincts reporting) Emily Brantley - 59.62% Pam Britt - 40.38%
Thursday, August 2, 2012
"People here generally like to hop in their over-sized vehicles and drive where they want to go when they want to go, even if it means there's a strong possibility of sitting in traffic for hours."
Area voters spoke loud and clear in Tuesday's election, with over 70 percent of the voters soundly voting NO on the penny sales tax increase to support area public transportation initiatives. Whether you were on the yes or no side of the issue, what we can all agree on is that Atlanta area traffic is nightmarish, one of the worst in the nation, and is unacceptable to the vast majority of drivers. However, the bottom line is that building new infrastructure doesn't necessarily guarantee people would choose to use public transportation as a means to get from point A to point B anyway. We're in the South after all, in a city deep seeded in tradition and in general, with a population resistance to change. And unfortunately, people here …