Sunday, November 11, 2012
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Suwanee resident Noah Lomax, 10, has acted in five television series and will act in two upcoming feature films.
After 36 years with Gwinnett County Public Schools, the district's chief operations officer has announced his plans to retire at the end of the month.
For the second straight month, the Lawrenceville City Council Monday night delayed a business rezoning request from the QuikTrip Corporation.
Gwinnett County police officers responded to a report of a person shot in Duluth last week.
On Tuesday night, Georgia's voters settled a much-discussed dispute over the state's power to charter independent public schools.
A group of female elected officials with more than 60 years of collective experience on the Gwinnett County Board of Education held on to their posts after going up against political newcomers.
The nation's No. 1 football recruit takes a step back and plans to consider other colleges/
A veteran school resource officer is expected to survive after he was struck by a vehicle following a fight and foot chase at Meadowcreek High School.
A South Gwinnett graduate with cerebral palsy is one of the football team's biggest supporters. Head Coach John Small said the young man is much more than a fan.
Former Gwinnett high school football star and University of Georgia running back Caleb King was arrested on DUI charges last week.