As of Sunday, September 29, 2013
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A group of neighbors against a proposed development of a 130-acre tract in the Lawrenceville area held a press conference on Monday to voice their opposition.
The 63-year-old man reported missing after he wandered from a Lawrenceville care home Thursday night has been found, his sister said. Remarkably, he’s expected to be OK.
Eleven Gwinnett schools had more than 50 students selected as national merit semifinalists.
A Buford teen was arrested on five separate felony charges Monday, four days after allegedly firing more than a dozen shots into a group of young men playing basketball.
Gwinnett County commissioners on Tuesday voted unanimously to approve a rezoning for an area of land in Lawrenceville known as “The Range.”
Seven Peachtree Ridge High students are facing disciplinary action after they allegedly ingested baked goods laced with marijuana.
A Norcross-area homeowner shot a would-be burglar in the face Thursday morning.
Gwinnett County police said Kellisha Weems and Jawanna Mobley picked up two young teens they barely knew and promised to buy them clothes before forcing them to shoplift at the Mall of Georgia.
Balfour, once the chairman fo the powerful Rules Committee, was indicted this week by a Fulton County grand jury with 16 counts of making a false certificate, one count of theft by taking and one count of false statement and writing.
On Friday The Mall of Georgia released an artist rendering of the Cheesecake Factory opening on its property later this year. They also stated the exact location of the eatery.