As of Monday, March 11, 2013
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A fire broke out Monday in a basement area beneath businesses on Crogan Street in downtown Lawrenceville, including Sparkle Designs, AfricArt and Lawrence Design Group.
New method of collecting tax on cars is expected to increase number of appeals for vehicle value.
An investigation sided with a man's complaint of an inappropriate comment by a police officer during a raid of a suspected drug grow house in November.
The county announced a lease agreement for a new Georgia State Patrol office on Pleasant Hill Road in a former Edwin Watts Golf Pro Shop building.
A Winder-Barrow Middle School teacher was reportedly fired on Thursday after she was arrested earlier in the week for arranging a drug deal that involved a teen who later died.
The state Supreme Court denied an appeal by a woman convicted of killing her estranged daughter-in-law outside the Snellville Target in 2009.
Josh Wolff and Darius Walker were part of the six selections for the Gwinnett Sports Hall of Fame's 2013 class announced Tuesday.
Gwinnett's stormwater authority claims legislation keeping non-tax items off property tax bills would cost it up to $535,000 due to increased costs involved with a duplicate billing system.
Junior Fernandez hit a grand slam in the bottom of the eighth to lead Duluth past Lakeside-DeKalb, highlighting Monday's local prep sports games.
One student was taken to a hospital as a precaution after a special needs bus wrecked Friday morning near Pleasant Hill Road.