Jeff Campana, whose work has been exhibited nationally and internationally, will present a workshop from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, March 15, at the Hudgens Center for the Arts.
Four crew members received letters of commendation for their roles in a Feb. 3 call involving an injured child.
The Duluth Fall Festival won the Gold Award for Best Use of Digital Media from the Southeast Festival and Events Association, a nonprofit dedicated to strengthen festivals and events in the southeast.
The Wesleyan School was among 24 teams of middle and high school students that won their regional competitions for the 2014 National Science Bowl late last month and advance to the National Finals in Washington in April.
Lilburn’s Camp Creek Greenway recognized by Wildlife Federation
The National Wildlife Federation has certified Lilburn’s Camp Creek Greenway as a wildlife habitat, providing food, water, shelter and a place to raise young.
The owner of a Peachtree Corners restaurant will select an honorary owner from 100-word essay submissions, and the new owner will take over for the day on April 1.
Gwinnett firefighters fought a woods fire on 12 to 20 acres in Dacula on Friday evening. Georgia Forestry was called out to assist with cutting fire breaks in the dirt to slow the travel of the fire.
Judge Warren Davis heard arguments Friday in a motion to exclude City Attorney Tony Powell in defending the city in a case where the mayor sued the city council.
A suspect whom police are searching for reportedly attacked and robbed an elderly man of his wallet in the bathroom at a Norcross fast-food restaurant.
Fire officials found an exterior equipment unit behind a fenced in area that was releasing pressure at a Norcross business and the unknown gas was on fire.
The Squirm Burpee Circus will take the spotlight two nights this weekend.
Myzenes Indian Coastal Cuisine serves traditional Goan dishes.
Snellville Neighborhood Alert Program was started by resident Tricia Rawlins.
Geekspace Gwinnett has a physical home in Lawrenceville, loaded with all kinds of equipment and expert knowledge that wouldn’t be accessible to the average person.
Girl Scout Troop 14232 will be selling cookies at Garden Plaza in Lawrenceville to benefit the U.S. military.
- School lunch menus for the week of March 10
- Owner of Jen's Hallmark retiring after 21 years, closing Lawrenceville store
- POLITICAL NOTEBOOK: U.S. Rep. Woodall calls out Obama on budget, debt
- Snap Suwanee winning photographs announced
- Local environmental nonprofit issues challenge to Gwinnett community
- Snellville officials offer training on meeting rules
- Expo benefitting Sugar Hill outdoor classroom to feature 5K
- Suwanee to host Spring Into Color 5K Dash
- GAB: Officer Joe Harkleroad completes GPSTC course
- GOOD NEWS FROM SCHOOLS: GSMST wins TEAM competition
- 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