- Update: Man robbed, attacked at Gwinnett McDonald's dies; suspect arrested
- Gwinnett school district changes calendar because of election
- Update: Alleged Norcross mail thief ID'd, not detained
- Stone Mountain woman wins $1 million lottery
- Nearly 3 years later, e-ticketing a work in progress for Gwinnett PD
- Arrested Dacula official remains on city council
- Former Atlanta Falcon starts line of soul food products
- Georgia Court of Appeals takes field trip to Lawrenceville
- Missing 12-year-old girl found, charges possible
- HEALTH BRIEFS: Local primary care facility joins Northeast Georgia Physicians Group
- Britt Elementary given international reading award 1 hour, 36 minutes
- Shiloh Elementary awarded more than $50,000 in grants 1 hour, 38 minutes
- Gwinnett school district changes calendar because of election 1 hour, 45 minutes
- Stone Mountain woman wins $1 million lottery 2 hours, 23 minutes
- Estate tax repeal approved by Georgia General Assembly 2 hours, 23 minutes
- Man robbed, attacked at Gwinnett McDonald's dies; suspect arrested 2 hours, 23 minutes
- Alleged Norcross mail thief ID'd, not detained 2 hours, 49 minutes
- GAC boys make history with state hoops title, other Gwinnett finalists look to the future 14 hours, 57 minutes
- South Gwinnett seeking three varsity head coaches 14 hours, 58 minutes
- Berkmar baseball to honor veterans at game with Archer 14 hours, 59 minutes
- NFL NOTES: Falcons open free agency with splurge 14 hours, 59 minutes
- GAC boys prevail in overtime against rival Wesleyan 15 hours, 7 minutes
- Duluth sweeps Mill Creek in Region 7-AAAAAA soccer showdowns 15 hours, 7 minutes
- PREP ROUNDUP: Bayer's ace leads Collins Hill over Mountain View 15 hours, 7 minutes
- Perry returning to Greater Gwinnett Championship 16 hours, 41 minutes
- FOOD FOR THOUGHT: Take time for the elderly. They give more than they take.
- FOOD FOR THOUGHT: The movie theater is not your living room.
- FOOD FOR THOUGHT: Disconnect from technology, and reconnect with people.
- FOOD FOR THOUGHT: Who offers a helping hand?
- FOOD FOR THOUGHT: Don’t like the weather in Georgia? Stick around for about 5 minutes.
- FOOD FOR THOUGHT: It’s not 'goodbye' to football, just “see you later.”
- FOOD FOR THOUGHT: The peaks and pitfalls of weight loss
- FOOD FOR THOUGHT: The family dinner matters
- FOOD FOR THOUGHT: Golden Globes – news or entertainment?
- FOOD FOR THOUGHT: Nothing in moderation
Although delayed for a month due to the winter storm, Duluth mayor Nancy Harris showed her excitement in delivering the state of the city Monday after the monthly city council meeting.
In this week's 'Behind the Scenes' segment, we give you an inside look at the Tannery Row Artist Colony in historic downtown Buford.
Lawrenceville resident Jennifer Esping, 47, is retiring after 21 years owning the Hallmark store off Riverside Parkway.
Joshua Jamaal Starks was originally arrested on murder charges. He’s now one of three men indicted on charges related to attempts to bring cocaine into the jail.
Winners were announced for the 2014 Snap Suwanee exhibit and will be on display at least through the end of the year at City Hall.
GAC boys makes history with state boys basketball title, but other Gwinnett finalists make the most of the experience
Reggie Kelly, a former NFL player who retired after 13 seasons playing for the Atlanta Falcons and Cincinnati Bengals has started a line of food products with his wife based on family recipes.
Gov. Nathan Deal give’s the governor’s environmental address at a revived Gwinnett Clean and Beautiful event Thursday.
The big question — How would I want this handled if I were on the other side? — doesn’t simplify problems, it illuminates their complexity, which is exactly what is required to solve them.