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Lake Lanier Islands has announced its second annual Georgia's Island Stage Summer Concert Series at Peachtree Pointe Amphitheater, which kicked off Saturday with Atlanta band Drivin' N Cryin'.
Gwinnett and federal authorities recently uncovered more than $2 million worth of methamphetamine inside a Lawrenceville home.
The Gwinnett County jail is the latest local filming spot for a major motion picture.
Police believe they know why Casey Collins and his girlfriend allegedly murdered his grandfather — they’re just not saying.
A reptile rescue organization pulled a three and a half foot gator from a Lawrenceville lake on Wednesday morning after neighbors believe it had been there for more than a year.
When Nick Saban wants to get away, he packs up the family and heads to Clayton, Ga., to his 9,600-square-foot, six-bedroom home on Lake Burton.
A math teacher from Mountain View High School has resigned following an alleged inappropriate relationship with a student and a sexual assault charge.
A week before a grand opening celebration will be held on the relocated headquarters for the national financial firm, officials agreed to rename Duluth's Legacy Parkway to Primerica Parkway.
Two veteran Gwinnett County school principals have been appointed to lead new schools as current pricnipals retire at the end of the school year.
A math teacher at Mountain View High School, was arrested Wednesday, accused of having inappropriate contact with a student. The young woman in the case, though -- a 17-year-old senior at the school -- said she and the 33-year-old teacher had a months-long consensual relationship.