As of Sunday, January 12, 2014
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Gwinnett County police shot and killed 30-year-old Flowery Branch resident Robert Coleman during an incident in unincorporated Lawrenceville.
Kerensa Wing will be the new principal at Collins Hill High, while Dana Pugh takes over at Grayson High School.
The city of Lawrenceville experienced some pressure problems this morning in its gas system due to unusually high demand.
A Lilburn man was killed in a crash Monday night on Interstate 95 in Palm Beach County.
Officer Andy Blimline and three other members of the Lilburn police department paid for the cab fare of a man who walked 29 miles to get to traffic court.
Gwinnett County police issued an alert Wednesday for 45-year-old Zandra Zook of Tucker, saying she had last been seen by her mother on Monday.
A large movie studio project is expected open this year, revitalizing the OFS site on Jimmy Carter Boulevard in the Gwinnett Village area.
Crews could see heavy flames from a distance as they responded to an early morning house fire Friday near Snellville.
Gwinnett County was the scene again for Hollywood as AMC’s new series Halt and Catch Fire filmed a couple of scenes near South Gwinnett High School on Friday.
The store, located at 3935 Venture Drive, is one of eight locations throughout the country that will be closed May 3.