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With upbeat music, fireworks and Gov. Nathan Deal on hand, Primerica held a ribbon cutting for its new global headquarters in Duluth.
Walmart expects to hire 200 people to work at its store in Norcross, scheduled to open this summer.
A Duluth mother is facing felony charges after allegedly threatening "to blow up" her child's elementary school.
A paraprofessional at the Special Needs Schools of Gwinnett had sexual encounters with a 17-year-old student for nearly a year.
Casey Snyder was promoted as Gwinnett's new fire and emergency services chief to replace the retiring Bill Myers.
Emergency personnel rescued a construction worker Tuesday afternoon after a retaining wall collapsed and trapped him in a hole outside a Buford home.
A Georgia Gwinnett College student was arrested last week by Johns Creek police for allegedly faking his own kidnapping.
Four Mexican men have been indicted for their alleged roles in an international sex trafficking ring with ties to Norcross.
Graduates of Brookwood High School received their diplomas during a ceremony at the school's stadium Wednesday night. With 810 graduating seniors, it was Gwinnett County Public Schools biggest commencement ceremony.
At age 22, Serennah Harding is one of the youngest doctors in the United States, according to officials with Georgia Campus -- Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine.