County health department confirms it is probing one lab-confirmed case
March of Dimes March for Babies planned for Saturday at Suwanee Town Center Park to raise money to support premature babies and their familes.
Gwinnett Relay for Life is seeking volunteers for its event on May 10-11 at the Gwinnett Fairgrounds in Lawrenceville.
Ivy Springs Manor in Buford will have a spaghetti fundraiser next month to benefit the American Cancer Society.
Concentra Urgent Care, a national provider of urgent care services, will honor public safety officers on Thursday at a Public Safety Day event.
National Infant Immunization Week is next week and the Georgia Department of Public Health urges all Georgians to protect infants by getting them vaccinated.
A new report shows Georgia is no longer second in the country in childhood obesity. The state has moved up to 17th in the country as the report suggests a 5 percent drop in obese children in the state.
A group of 11- to 13-year-olds won a state competition in January and had a sendoff party on Friday to leave for the First Lego League World Festival later this month in St. Louis. One invention they made was a wedge-shaped cushion that helps senior citizens get out of chairs easily.
Pollen levels near record high Thursday, although rain is expected to wash it away.
Tripp Halstead left the hospital on Wednesday for the second time in 10 days. The toddler who recently had his gallbladder removed more than five months since he suffered a critical brain injury.
Gwinnett Medical Center-Duluth received an accreditation for echocardiography, which offers early detection of life-threatening heart disorders.
Pollen figures topped 2,000 for the first time this spring, and seasonal allergy sufferers may notice symptoms on higher count days.
Andy and Aimee Copeland are scheduled to be featured speakers at a fundraising luncheon with the Salvation Army later this month.
Each week the Daily Post takes a snapshot of restaurant scores from around the county that have been released by the Gwinnett County Health Department.
A nonprofit organization from Philadelphia has partnered with local cardiologists to put on a heart screening event to check student athletes for possible abnormalities. The issues attracted attention locally after recent heart-related tragedies in Buford.