Final analysis of efficiency study Engage Gwinnett now complete.
Gwinnett blows 3-0 lead in ninth, loses 6-3 in 11.
GRAYSON -- Voters in Grayson will get a chance in November to vote on whether to allow packaged sales on Sunday for beer, wine and liquor (distilled spirits).. City voters earlier had approved Sunday sales for beer and wine, but now they must vote on whether to add liquor. If
A recap of Monday's high school sports events
Big Sky Farms has taken in two malnourished miniature horses at the Dacula rescue. The farm needs donations to assist with the medical care of the two sick horses.
Once again, Dominique Davis is the new quarterback in camp, marveling at the work of established starter Matt Ryan.
A first-term state senator wants stiffer penalties for a veteran colleague who admitted filing erroneous documentation so he could get paid for in-state work on days he was not in Georgia.
A federal appeals court ruled Monday that law enforcement in Georgia may verify the immigration status of criminal suspects who fail to produce proper identification.
Red Sox prospect on a tear in his second pro season
Wildcats win three games by 28-2 margin in McIntosh tourney
Buffalo Bisons right-hander was excellent in two outings vs. Pawtucket last week
Broncos improve to 7-4 on the season
On Aug. 18, Grier Sims Wallace, 87, passed away at his home after battling lung cancer for several months. Wallace opened Grier Insurance Agency on the square in downtown Lawrenceville,
Americans take championship in Puerto Rico
After three days, search continues for missing Atlanta boater at Lake Lanier.
Grayson baseball player Austin Meadows kept an Under Armour All-American Game diary last week for the Daily Post.
Georgia Gwinnett College welcomed its 9,000th registered student to the institution this week, a milestone in its continued growth.
District officials have selected a replacement for a longtime South Gwinnett High School principal who recently resigned to work for Atlanta Public Schools.
Gwinnett Technical College is one of the first official GED Testing Centers in the country to offer computer-based testing, a change that gives test-takers the opportunity to test at their own pace, type their own essay and receive an instant score report.
Sheriff backs challenger in District 3 commission runoff.
Wilson's two-run single in the 11th inning breaks deadlock
Councilman Tom Witts unveils plans for a new veterans marker in Snellville.
Nicki Minaj sings about "Starships," but is she a star-maker? The singer-rapper could be joining the ranks of "American Idol" judges.
The 2013 edition of "The Best 377 Colleges," which goes on sale today, has 62 ranking lists based on surveys of 122,000 students during the last school year.
For the first time in its 80-year history, Augusta National Golf Club has female members.
Fire collapses portions of a Tucker home, complicating duties for firefighters, officials say.
A lawyer for a longtime principal of a suburban Atlanta high school facing charges of failing to properly report child abuse says she will plead not guilty to the charge.
Authorities say they're treating the death of an Athens man whose body was found in a northeast Georgia field as a homicide.
A former Georgia police officer who once kept the peace in Athens is now in charge of making sure things run smoothly in an Afghanistan community.
Police say the body of a man who tried to swim across the Chattahoochee River has been recovered in Columbus.
The 10 most popular stories on the Gwinnett Daily Post website during the week of August 13-19.