"Out To Lunch" is a periodic feature that allows readers to learn about the people behind the titles in Gwinnett County through a lunch-time conversation with a member of the GDP staff.
A local man has been named vice president of business development for W.H. Bass Inc. General Contractors.
Each week the Daily Post takes a snapshot of restaurant scores from around Gwinnett County that have been released by the Gwinnett County Health Department.
Firefighters were kept busy early Sunday morning responding to numerous storm related emergencies.
The Movie in the Park series kicks off June 7 with "Wreck It Ralph" at Grayson Community Park.
The city of Suwanee will have a pair of events on Memorial Day weekend. The University of West Georgia Concert Band will perform and an Atlanta Braves game will be shown on a big screen in Town Center Park.
Lt. Michael Barnes honored at Georgia Emergency Medical Services Region 10 banquet
Zachary Bellier and Naomi McAllister go to different schools. They have different friends. Different interests. They lead entirely different lives. But both have something in common: they have supportive families, a positive outlook and both have overcome personal obstacles as they prepare to graduate this week from Gwinnett County Public Schools.
Money raised for Spectrum Autism Support Group, Rainbow Village, Wellspring Living and Partnership Against Domestic Violence
The Duluth-based business was a part of the 101th First Lady's Luncheon in Washington, D.C. last Wednesday.
Meeting to be held 3 p.m. Monday at county's emergency operation center on Hi Hope Road
With upbeat music, fireworks and Gov. Nathan Deal on hand, Primerica held a ribbon cutting for its new global headquarters on Friday afternoon in Duluth.
Winder man, texting wife as "Don Juan," plots own murder and tries to have wife arrested
Jonathan Leonard Martin arrested by sheriff's office after fleeing from state patrol and police officers in separate incidents
Berkeley Lake changes tree removal requirements. Staff Correspondent. BERKELEY LAKE -- Deputy city administrator Pat Chapman presented proposed changes to the city's tree removal regulations Thursday, citing a need to lessen the burden on Berkeley Lake's Ordinance Enforcement Officer's time.. The new regulations, which the City Council approved unanimously, state
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