As of Sunday, January 27, 2013
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Jail records show DragonCon co-founder Ed Kramer was booked into the Gwinnett County Detention Center and will soon face trial following his extradition from Connecticut.
Officials announced that three new stores are slated to open this year in Buford's Mall of Georgia.
Maxie Price Sr., the energetic car dealer often seen in humorous commercials alongside characters who wondered "Where's Loganville?", died last week.
A Gwinnett woman is considering pulling her son out of school after a boy who police say threatened to kill him has been allowed back on campus.
Gwinnett County Sheriff Butch Conway has released a statement in support of gun owners in response to "the many emails received."
Gwinnett Police responded to a fatal accident in Snellville on Wednesday that began as a series of hit-and-run accidents in Dekalb and Gwinnett.
A sports grill is coming to the ever-changing Suwanee restaurant scene. The owner of Friends Sports Grill has announced his third location will be near Town Center Park.
Nick Jackson's attorney said a deal has been reached with federal prosecutors, and other charges of drug trafficking and money laundering may be dismissed.
Gwinnett County police arrested this week two men accused of pilfering 10 pallets of frozen chicken wings from a local cold storage facility, a haul with an estimated value exceeding $65,000.
Gwinnett Police released more details related to the Wednesday night series of hit-and-run crashes caused by Michael Owen Snider of Stone Mountain.