- Worker rescued after collapse at home of Falcons player 3 comments
- Gwinnett names new fire chief 2 comments
- GCPS students graduate from 21 different schools
- Cops: Special needs parapro had sex with student 1 comment
- Co-defendant found guilty in '11 robbery-murder
- Four indicted in international sex ring with Gwinnett ties 1 comment
- Local company finds niche in the movies
- Bowling alley to upgrade in Norcross
- Peachtree Corners votes to accept grant
- First-inning outburst helps Milton end Parkview's title reign
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- Falcons get $200 million loan for new stadium 2 hours, 2 minutes
- Freeman drives in winner for Braves in 10th against Twins 10 hours, 16 minutes
- Cleveland wins top pick in NBA draft 11 hours, 48 minutes
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- Group wants atheist books alongside Bibles In Ga. state parks 13 hours, 16 minutes
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Worker rescued after collapse at home of Falcons player
Four indicted in international sex ring with Gwinnett ties
THOMAS: Tyranny is no longer 'lurking'
G-Braves' bullpen succumbs to Bats
School board plans millage rate hike
State Democratic party chair disciplined
Falcons get $200 million loan for new stadium
Gwinnett names new fire chief
Court battle looms over Bibles in Georgia state park cabins
Gwinnett fire chief Myers to retire
As thunder rumbles, Obama gives keynote address in Atlanta
Sunday morning storms cause problems across county
12 locals picked for all-state lacrosse
Cops shoot, kill man wanted in Forsyth after chase
Coaches salute top players in Gwinnett lacrosse
A Duluth mother is facing felony charges after allegedly threatening "to blow up" her child's elementary school.
"Out To Lunch" is a periodic feature that allows readers to learn about the people behind the titles in Gwinnett County through a lunch-time conversation with a member of the GDP staff.
Friends and family of more than 100 students from Phoenix High School cheered on their young graduates during a ceremony Monday night -- the local school district's first graduation of the year.
With upbeat music, fireworks and Gov. Nathan Deal on hand, Primerica held a ribbon cutting for its new global headquarters on Friday afternoon in Duluth.
For the third straight time in the best-of-three Class AAAAAA state semifinal baseball series between Parkview and Milton, the first inning proved decisive.
Members of Grayson United Methodist Church hosted a prayer and communion service on Tuesday for victims in the wake of storms that demolished parts of Oklahoma this week.
A national atheist group said it plans to donate enough books on its views to be placed in all Georgia state park cabins after the state's governor said Bibles should remain at the vacation properties despite an atheist's recent complaint.
- Falcons get $200 million loan for new stadium
- Group wants atheist books alongside Bibles In Ga. state parks -- 1 comment
- As thunder rumbles, Obama gives keynote address in Atlanta -- 5 comments
- Winning Powerball ticket sold in Florida
- Court battle looms over Bibles in Georgia state park cabins -- 7 comments
Gwinnett Medical Center will host a regional awards ceremony on Wednesday for EMS personnel, recognizing them for heroic duty.