As of Monday, January 20, 2014
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A large movie studio project is expected open this year, revitalizing the OFS site on Jimmy Carter Boulevard in the Gwinnett Village area.
Snellville council members act on a resolution to take away mayoral powers, after two weeks of controversy over the city manager and city clerk.
Cecil Flowe was hired as the defensive coordinator at King’s Ridge Christian School in Alpharetta on Monday.
A pair of bald eagles nesting at Berry College in north Georgia are gaining a following on the Internet.
A back-porch grill ignited the fire that caused heavy damage to a Buford home Wednesday afternoon.
Police are still investigating why the driver of a blue minivan ventured into a line of cars waiting at a Norcross traffic light Thursday morning, triggering a seven-car crash that killed a woman.
Thursday saw Shoney’s do something it had never done — open a location within a mall setting, providing cooked-to-order entrees, seasonal buffets, Shoney’s On The Go quick service and full liquor service.
The Gwinnett County Board of Education approved a contract extension for Gwinnett County Public Schools CEO/Superintendent J. Alvin Wilbanks at a regular board meeting on Thursday.
The school board approved new principals at Lanier High and Bay Creek Middle.
Reuben Arthur Valrie, 27, was arrested just before 2 a.m. Friday on charges of murder and child cruelty. According to warrants, the incident in question happened between 8:30 a.m. and 6 p.m. Wednesday at an apartment on Sweetwater Road.