The D. Scott Hudgens Center for Skilled Nursing is the only skilled nursing facility in Georgia dedicated solely to the unique needs of, or has the specialized resources to adequately care for, aging adults with developmental disabilities.
Gwinnett firefighters responded to a home Monday evening where the chimney had caught fire.
Lawrenceville City Council adopted a new landscaping ordinance following recommendations from a local consultant.
Ranger, a black Labrador Retriever, was found on the side of Ga. Highway 211 after he had been struck by a motor vehicle. He was rushed to a veterinarian but was already deceased.
David Hancock of the Gwinnett Tea Party will run in the House District 98 race this year, he announced Monday.
After conducting a national search, officials say the best candidate for the Duluth city manager position is the city’s current planning director James Riker.
ALDI to host a hiring event March 11 to seek store associates for a new Loganville location opening in May.
Eddie Beard, 71, won $1 million playing the Georgia Lottery’s 20th Anniversary Extravaganza. He purchased his winning ticket at a Buford convenience store.
State School Superintendent John Barge was among a host of visitors on Monday to Alcova Elementary in Dacula for “Read Across America” a week-long program to promote reading and literacy.
Georgia Supreme Court tells Gwinnett County it must obey a judge’s ruling to divert stormwater from the Sugarloaf Parkway extension project from flooding a Lawrenceville-area couple’s property.
Philip Pugh, wanted in connection to the murder of 50-year-old Vincent Newsome, was captured in Mississippi.
The National Weather Service has issued a freeze warning Monday night into Tuesday morning as temperatures may dip into the high 20s while tender outdoor vegetation may be at risk.
In this week's 'Behind the Scenes' segment, we give you an inside look at the Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament at the Sugarloaf Mills Mall in Lawrenceville.
Each week the Daily Post takes a snapshot of health scores from around the county that have been released by the Gwinnett County Health Department.
The 10 most popular stories on the Gwinnett Daily Post website during the week of Feb. 24 to March 2, 2014.
- Singers audition for chance to perform national anthem at G-Braves game
- Shots fired, SWAT responds to domestic incident in Buford
- North Gwinnett Middle's Law named Principal of the Year
- Dacula city councilman arrested, charged with theft
- Time change perfect occassion for changing smoke alarm batteries
- GGC awarded grant to recruit, retain women in technology
- 2014 ballots set for Georgia, Gwinnett
- Former pro football players to open 20 Denny's restaurants in Atlanta area, including Gwinnett
- Drivers services head gets new role
- Local Girl Scouts earn Gold Award
- BUCK'S BYTES: Venus, the Sun, great volunteers and a lot of fun
- NOW WE'RE COOKING: Chicken tikki masala
- PEACHTREE CORNERS CITY FACTS: City Services - Planning & Zoning and Trash Pickup
- PEACHTREE CORNERS CITY FACTS: City Next Steps
- 'Behind the Scenes' ... at Medieval Times
- Local bakery helps special needs adults
- Michael Jackson THE IMMORTAL World Tour