Members of Grayson United Methodist Church hosted a prayer and communion service on Tuesday for victims in the wake of storms that demolished parts of Oklahoma this week.
Gwinnett Medical Center will host a regional awards ceremony on Wednesday for EMS personnel, recognizing them for heroic duty.
Grayson United Methodist Church is hosting a prayer and communion service for those in Oklahoma.
While you're hauling your kids around, spending interminable hours sitting on bleachers and folding chairs, and eating ballpark hot dogs, just look at it as a kind of retirement plan, albeit a risky one.
We've all heard of Renaissance men and Renaissance women, but the Petersons of Lilburn all six of them are a Renaissance family.
You don't create greatness by compromising in the middle ground. You create greatness by having the guts to wade through the unknown. The middle ground is safer, but seeking higher ground is worth the effort.
The soft lighting had hidden the ground-in dirt on his face. He exited the hotel which sits in downtown Memphis near the river and there he met up with another man who looked like him. Homeless, no doubt.
This is easily the worst film so far this year, according to movie critic Michael Clark.
New London Theatre presents "Hound of the Baskervilles."
The Rotary Club of Gwinnett County is hosting a comedy night with David Ferrell to raise funds for Rainbow Village.
This ballet was brought back to the stage due to popular demand.
LOS ANGELES -- The original "Star Trek" series (and its various successors) used science fiction as a way to make observations about contemporary world issues like racism, war, etc., so it's no surprise that J.J. Abrams' "Trek" reboot, now in its second installment, puts 9/11 into the mix.. If there
Josh Green releases "Dirtyville Rhapsodies," a collection of fictional stories.
Local residents reviewed "The Great Gatsby," the movie of the week.
Test your film knowledge with Michael Clark's weekly movie trivia contest.
- RICH: Life in a small town
- MCLEOD: Why servant leadership is slightly off
- JENKINS: Saying goodbye to another year of folding chairs and ballpark hot dogs
- LARSON: Renaissance family excels at just about everything 1 comment
- MCLEOD: Why compromise never works
- RICH: A change of fortune
- JENKINS: On Mother's Day, a tribute to my step-mom
- LARSON: Senior Ms. Georgia in step with senior issues 1 comment
- MCLEOD: Learn which feedback to listen to and which to ignore
- RICH: When Mama made up her mind
Health and Wellness
- One of nation's youngest doctors graduates in Suwanee
- GMC to host EMS awards event
- One year later, Copeland looks ahead to busy summer 1 comment
- Prevalence of food, skin allergies rises with income
- Gwinnett Relay raises $1.5 million so far
- G-Braves to honor two Barrow County boys
- Journey begins with hard work, rewards for new moms 1 comment
- Thousands show up for Relay for Life
- Thousands expected for annual Relay event
- GMC announces new office of research
Home and Garden
- DALY: If given proper care, tomatoes will produce an abundant harvest
- DALY: Zoysia makes an attractive and durable lawn
- DALY: Heirloom vegetables valued for superior flavor
- DALY: Keeping carpenter bees away from your home
- DALY: If you lack space for a vegetable garden, consider using containers
- DALY: The native dogwood colors the spring landscape
- Annual spring plant sale at Gwinnett Tech
- DALY: Georgia Gold Medal plants are proven winners for the home landscape
- The Gwinnett County Master Gardener Association hosts tour of gardens
- DALY: Lawn care during early spring affects quality through the year
- FOOD FOR THOUGHT: Is there a Post sister in the house?
- FOOD FOR THOUGHT: I’ve tried something new (and I like it)
- BUCK'S BYTES: Internet tax reform long overdue
- FOOD FOR THOUGHT: I’m now in progressives
- FOOD FOR THOUGHT: Men – 7,000; Women 20,000
- FRANK'S PLACE: Finding fortune in four leaf clovers
- FOOD FOR THOUGHT: Step outside the box every now and then 2 comments
- BUCK'S BYTES: Slow hybrid growth is better than no growth
- FOOD FOR THOUGHT: Did we always have this much pollen?
- FRANK'S PLACE: Despite our worries, nature blooms