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While you may think class change at the state's largest high school is chaotic, Mill Creek High School Principal Jason Lane said the process is an orderly one.
Seven companies submitted bids.
Business Network International meets each week in Dacula. Their philosophy is "Givers gain."
Ever wonder what happens behind the scenes in the cafeteria of the largest high school in Georgia?
The Hamilton Mill chapter of the North Georgia Business Connection meets each week at Mirko Pasta.
The Georgia Gun Club is expected to open in fall of 2013.
Police & Fire
The teacher resigned Monday, May 6, as a result of an investigation into an alleged incident involving a student.
The Mill Creek High School electrathon team took their racer for a test drive this past weekend in preparation for the May 11 Run for the Peaches in Quitman, Georgia.
Here's a look at the most viewed stories on Buford Patch during the past week. Click on the links to see what your friends and neighbors have been reading.
Several people attended the May 2 Dacula City Council meeting to express concern regarding the rezoning of property on Harbins Road for a drive-through cafe.
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