As of Sunday, February 10, 2013
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You got to see her perform during the Super Bowl halftime show, now local fans will have a chance to see Beyonce up close and in person.
A man walking down the tracks was hit and killed by a train along Buford Highway near Norcross last week.
Citing family reasons, Duluth head football coach Corey Jarvis tendered his resignation from the position on Monday.
A 23-year-old Stone Mountain man was booked into the Gwinnett County jail and charged with vehicular homicide, driving under the influence of drugs and various traffic charges.
Commissioners give the go-ahead on a $6 million transformation of the Jimmy Carter interchange with Interstate 85.
On Wednesday, a former Major Leage Baseball player thanked a local young man for returning an iPad he lost.
Here's a look at Gwinnett County's football signees by high school.
Kaela Davis, a Georgia Tech signee and the nation's No. 2 recruit, is no longer with the Buford girls basketball team and won't be the remainder of the season, officials confirmed last week.
When a local man was tasked with devising a budget for his church, he never thought it would be the line item for garbage that gave him the most heartburn.
Three teens have been charged in the murder of Grayson High School freshman Paul Sampleton Jr.