As of Sunday, December 2, 2012
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Dacula head football coach Jared Zito announced his resignation Monday morning after two seasons leading the Falcons. (Resignation letter inside)
Parviz Moledina's alleged killer lived five houses down and across the street -- roughly 450 feet from her front door.
Former Gwinnett County Commissioner Shirley Lasseter will spend Christmas in federal prison.
Gwinnett's budget proposal for 2013 is based on a new system of millage rates, with a tax increase expected for those in unincorporated areas.
Authorities say a hunter was killed and son injured when they plunged from a tree stand in a wooded area near Suwanee.
A Suwanee teen is facing vehicular homicide charges after she reportedly caused a crash that claimed the life of a 70-year-old driver.
Flags flew at half-staff outside the Gwinnett County Sheriff's Office Wednesday to mark the passing of a beloved 25-year veteran of the department.
Historic Chesser-Williams house moving to new location on Gwinnett Environmental and Heritage Center campus.
A new attraction has come to town: Duluth's Studio Movie Grill. The new movie theater in Duluth offers first-run movies, a full bar and complete menu.
Suwanee police have identified the people who died in a head-on collision on Wednesday night.