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All but seven of Gwinnett County Public Schools’ 21 high schools will graduate at the Arena at Gwinnett Center between May 19 and 26.
Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal announced that United Arab Shipping Company will relocate its North American headquarters to Peachtree Corners.
Gwinnett County police spokesman Cpl. Edwin Ritter said the 16-year-old male student was walking on Five Forks-Trickum Road near Cole Drive before school Tuesday when he was struck by a vehicle. The scene was not far from his school.
A mixed-breed dog named Bruce, who is blind in one eye, is the newest addition to the Operation Second Chance program at the Gwinnett County Jail. When Bruce was discovered in Lilburn on March 6, his ears were missing and the top of his head was burned.
Cynthia “Cindy” Sutt, the owner of Rock, Paper, Scissors based in Lawrenceville, died early Wednesday morning.
GCPS employees are expected to receive their first raise in six years, board members announced to members of the Teachers’ Advisory Council.
Deputies at the Gwinnett County jail recently broke up a complex — if not well-executed — scheme to silence the victims in a pair of unrelated armed robberies.
Gwinnett County Public Schools on Thursday announced new principals at four elementary schools following the retirement of their current principals.
The Gwinnett County Board of Education on Thursday heard a report about the state of the school district fiscally, and an update on changes to the curriculum.
Mercer, the Atlantic Sun champion out of Macon, stunned Jabari Parker and the third-seeded Duke Blue Devils in the second day of the NCAA Tournament at PNC Arena Friday by a score of 78-71.