Two Gwinnett residents made their dream come true when they opened Elite Growler as an extension of their Texaco station, adding 40 taps to allow locals to enjoy a variety of craft beer, cider and root beer.
The chief is asking to hire 30 officers.
Charles Guan, who visited Lanier High School on Thursday, graduated from the Massachuesetts Institute of Technology with a degree in mechanical engineering. He now teaches classes at MIT as a rare instructor there without a graduate degree.
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Norcross resident Don Arndt selected as American Legion Post 201’s Legionnaire of the Year for his contributions to the post’s social events.
The 2015 “Imitate Jesus!” Convention of Jehovah’s Witnesses will be held Sept. 4-6 at the Infinite Energy Arena, featuring programs and demonstrations.
The Simon shopping destination in Lawrenceville has announced the additions of Rue 21, Samsonite Company Store and Crescent Jewelers.
The third of three wells searched for the Snellville native’s body yielded no evidence Thursday.
Buford City Commission meeting Wednesday talked about the upcoming Doobie Brothers concert among other actions.
Gwinnett Daily Post’s Political Notebook for Thursday, Sept. 3, 2015
The Gwinnett County Planning Commission OKed a 1.3 million-square-foot office and retail development on Highway 316 this week.
Care For Cops invites local golfers to tee up for a good cause Tuesday during its 10th annual Charity Golf Classic.
The alleged incident was reported during a summer-league tournament in South Carolina.
Day 3 of a renewed search for Snellville native Justin Gaines, who has been missing more than seven years, began Wednesday morning in Walton County.
Joshua was one of five winners from across the state who participated in the program, “Every Hero Has a Story Sweepstakes” from the Path2College 529 Plan. The Duluth Library also received $1,529.
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