Use 'time horizon' to invest well. In times like these, you may be tempted to stuff your money under the mattress or bury it in the backyard. But, unfortunately, that only yields moldy money -- if the groundhogs don't carry it away.. In addition, that strategy won't grow assets over
AFL team's nine-game home slate for the 2012 season includes a rare Monday night appearance at the Arena at Gwinnett Center
Wilson's walk-off sacrifice fly ends thrilling 7-AAAAA finale
A look at Thursday's prep sports action.
QB aims to keep Bulldogs rolling this weekend in Knoxville
Passing game much improved over past years for Jackets
Archer played Brookwood for the Region 8-AAAAA softball championship on Thursday.
Testimony: Townhouse killing centered on pound of marijuana.
The mother of 18-year-old Chris Smith wants answers and questions the amount of time it took school staff to call 911.
The first dog in Georgia is awarded a Bachelor's Degree through C.L.A.S.S. (Canine Life and Social Skills), a program developed by the Association of Pet Dog Trainers to teach dogs basic obedience skills by using positive reinforcement.
Pulitzer Prize-winning author Siddhartha Mukherjee visited the Gwinnett Center Thursday to discuss his "biography" of cancer.
DACULA -- Phillip Saxton, Chairman of the Gwinnett County Library Board, visited Dacula on Thursday, addressing mayor Jimmy Wilbanks, City Council members and audience members.
Wolves rout Clarkston 71-0 in 6-AA, Division A game on Thursday night
Blood drive a success.
It's time once again for the Taste of Home Cooking Show.
Wall Street protesters need clear goals to gain traction. Many are calling the people camped out in New York's financial district the anti-tea Party movement, the left's belated backlash against the conservative crusaders for smaller government. But much like I was with the Tea Party in the beginning, I'm
Wanting the wealthy to pay their share in taxes is not "class envy."
Lynx, Moore can lock up WNBA title in Atlanta on Friday night
A question-and-answer session with the Norcross resident charged with running the AFL's Georgia Force
Mountain View is tied for the fourth and final playoff spot and needs to win three of the next five games to reach the postseason.
North is ranked No. 7 in the state had has won the last three meetings against No. 9 Norcross.
Region 8-AAAAA lead on the line when unbeatens Grayson, Dacula square off Friday
DACULA -- Six-year-old Andrew Whetstine was born with a rare chromosomal disorder, one that has necessitated 17 surgeries and more than 400 days in the hospital during his short life. The disorder, called Mowat-Wilson syndrome, means his immune system is very weak and that he must receive
In a way, this week of practice leading up to Hebron Christian's home football game against Georgia Military College has kind of had mixed messages.
A preview of a 7-AAAAA showdown between Peachtree Ridge and Collins Hill.
A look at Friday night's Heritage vs. Winder-Barrow game
A look at Friday night's Decatur at GAC football game
A look at Friday night's Bermar-South Gwinnett football game
A look at Friday night's Mill Creek-Meadowcreek football game
A look at Friday night's Apalachee-Rockdale County football game
A look at Friday night's Shiloh-Archer football game
A look at Friday night's Parkview-Central football game
A look at Friday night's Wesleyan-King's Ridge football game
The GBI is investigating the Wednesday stabbing death of an inmate at Phillips State Prison in Buford.
Local Gwinnett residents review Seth Rogen and Joseph Gordon-Levitt's new movie "50/50."
The North Gwinnett High School Basketball Booster Club is hosting the fifth annual Taste of Suwanee at Town Center Park Saturday.
Michael Clark reviews "Real Steel."
Michael Clark reviews "Margaret."
Lawrenceville's Aurora Theatre performs "Grey Area," a comedy about the North vs. the South.
Michael Clark reviews "Restless."
The Dish looks at a new restaurant called Sra Thai in Buford near the Mall of Georgia.
The gallery at St. Edwards' Episcopal Church titled "A Colored Pencil Odyssey"will be on display through Nov. 25.
Michael Clark's weekly movie trivia contest.
The 7th Annual Rice Festival is this Saturday and is located at Stone Mountain Park's Memorial Lawn. The event will include a plethora of Asian ethnic cuisine, as well as games, singers and informational tables.
The Lilburn Woman's Club and the City of Lilburn hosting the 38th annual Lilburn Daze Arts and Crafts Festival on Saturday at Lilburn City Park.
Chinese folk song and dance collide on Sunday as some of China's top performers present "The Wind of Colorful Guizhou" at the Gwinnett Performing Arts Center.
Michael Clark takes a look at the Diamond Edition of "The Lion King."
Police: Drunk man abandoned young girls at gas station.
Parkview grad, Olympian brings Livestrong fundraiser to Lake Lanier Islands this weekend
Can technology really be this silly?
Lisa Wetsel, age 34 of Duluth, GA passed away October 4, 2011.
Mr. Randyl Nixon Simmons, age 62, of Jefferson, GA who passed away on October 4, 2011.
Ruth Dutton Reese of Statham, age 83, a former long time Lawrenceville resident, passed away Wednesday, October 5, 2011 after a courageous battle with cancer.
Mr. Jacob "Bud" Johnson, age 86, of Buford, GA passed away on Tuesday, October 4, 2011.
Mr. Thomas Waller, age 76, of Jefferson passed away Monday, October 3, 2011.
Mr. Ardell Jackson Sikes, age 91, of Athens passed away Saturday, October 1, 2011.
Dorothy Nichols, age 82 of Cumming, GA passed away on Wednesday, October 5, 2011.
Charlene Anita Gabriel Whitey, 57, of Cleveland, GA., died Wednesday, October 5, 2011.
Angie Schanuth Lee age 34 of Loganville, GA formerly of St. Louis, MO passed away Friday, September 30, 2011.
Mrs. Gertrude Brown Johnson, age 88, of Lawrenceville, GA passed away on Monday, October 3, 2011.
Fire breaks out at Duluth recycling center for second time in three years.
Gov. Nathan Deal said Thursday that the toll rate will be lowered and access looked at for HOT lanes.
Wildcat named Captain in the Community winner
ATLANTA -- Tevin Washington is aiming for Joe Hamilton's passing standards at Georgia Tech.
DULUTH — Following Thursday morning’s fire at the Recycling Center of Gwinnett, Executive Director Connie Wiggins is thankful for at least one thing — it wasn’t near as bad as last time.
Some of Dacula's opponents are completely new to first-year head coach Jared Zito.
MINNEAPOLIS -- Seimone Augustus scored 36 points to lead Minnesota's second-half surge, and the Lynx moved within one win of their first WNBA title by beating the Atlanta Dream 101-95 in Game 2 of the league championship series on Wednesday night.
SUWANEE -- North Gwinnett got a complete-game victory out of pitcher Emily Wood and some timely hitting from the Bulldogs' bats en route to a 5-1 win over Peachtree Ridge in the third-place game of the Region 7-AAAAA softball tournament.
Eric Westog is a wealth of running knowledge.
Many are calling the people camped out in New York's financial district the anti-tea Party movement, the left's belated backlash against the conservative crusaders for smaller government. But much like I was with the Tea Party in the beginning, I'm confused about their goals.
Mark Montgomery, a Class AAA player in the Kansas City Royals organization, will be a part of Hebron’s hitting and pitching clinic from 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. Thursday at Hebron Field.
EDITOR'S NOTE: Film Fans features local residents reviewing the film of the week: "50/50." Want to be a film fan? Email email@example.com.
Apalachee Wildcats (8-AAAA)
The Lion King Diamond Edition 2-disc Blu-ray (G)
Eric Shanteau's training site keeps shifting more and more to the west. As for his cancer support fundraiser, that stays close to home.
Wild swings on Wall Street. A national debt out of control with trade issues and a European debt crisis not far behind. Stubborn unemployment. Crumbling home values. The question has become for many investors — what exactly is going on here?
The hype is building for this Friday's slate of high school football games, and rightfully so.
Brookwood's Mark Crews and Mill Creek's Shannon Jarvis will be the head coaches for this year's Rivalries of Gwinnett All-Star Football Game, Touchdown Club of Gwinnett president Dave Hunter announced Wednesday.
ATLANTA — At the behest of Gov. Nathan Deal, tolls were cheaper Thursday afternoon along Gwinnett’s new HOT lanes.
DULUTH — Firefighters are currently on the scene of a fire at The Recycling Center of Duluth, located on Satellite Blvd, according to fire officials.
ATHENS -- It can be truly said that the 2011 college football season is a breath of fresh air for Georgia offensive lineman Dallas Lee.
ATLANTA -- Natalie Delatour threw 2 shutout innings with five strikeouts out of the bullpen and delivered a walk-off, two-run single in the bottom of the ninth to lift No. 2 state-ranked Greater Atlanta Christian to a 2-1 victory over third-ranked Buford in the opening game of the championship round of the Region 6-AA tournament Wednesday at Lovett.
I have been reading Cal Thomas for a while and have been amazed at how blindly right wing he is, but his column ("Republicans seek 'messiah' for 2012 -- but shouldn't," Oct. 5, 7A) really made me see red.
It's a subject so old it has grown a beard. Tough to get away from, though, when it comes raking across your television screen, and your mind starts racing again -- what might have been.
I am pleased to inform the readers about Ahmadiyya Muslim Community's successful "Muslims for Life" campaign. The goal was to honor victims of 9/11 by having blood drives. This campaign enabled us only to shed blood in order to give the gift of life to 30,000 fellow Americans by collecting 10,000 pints of blood nationally.
LAWRENCEVILLE -- The Aurora Theatre presents John Ahlin's "Grey Area," a "delightfully uncivil comedy" about three Southern Civil War re-enactors who kidnap a loud-mouthed Yankee journalist. Surprisingly, it is the first time this play has been performed below the Mason-Dixon Line.
Parkview senior Helena Pouengue has made a commitment to the Lipscomb (Tenn.) University women's basketball program. She is the daughter of Alec and Setina Pouengue.
The Atlanta Falcons announced Monday that Duluth defensive end Nicholas Rea won the organization’s Atlanta Falcons Captain in the Community Award.