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Authorities say a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers ranger is recovering after being repeatedly punched in the face while patrolling a park at Lake Lanier.
Snellville Police Chief Roy Whitehead, who also serves as interim city manager, is recovering from complications related to a recent surgery.
Construction at the Copeland family's Snellville home began just a week ago, with crews pouring foundation June 10 on the nearly 2,000-square-foot addition affectionately dubbed "Aimee's Wing."
More than 100 residents listened to arguments in Lilburn for and against a proposed regional sales tax for transportation on ballots July 31.
A combined sweep by Gwinnett police and the Georgia Department of Corrections Probation and Parole resulted in 21 arrests and seizures of drugs and other criminal possessions.
A Lawrenceville woman is jailed on aggravated sexual battery charges after a teen girl made an outcry that she'd been sexually abused for years at church.
Investigators recently seized illegal gambling machines and thousands of dollars at a cafe near Norcross.
After a complaint made by a library patron, Lawrenceville resident and artist Ralph Beach was asked to take down his art display from a Grayson library.
A developer proposed a hotel, 2.5 million square feet of retail and homes on 156-acres at the edge of Dacula, but county officials object to annexation.
Gwinnett police SWAT team members found a man dead in a closet from an apparent gunshot wound after a standoff Wednesday night.