Incident occurred near Dacula intersection of Track Way and Greeson Road
Firefighters treated a teen who was pulled from a Hamilton Mill pool Tuesday.
With a line of thunderstorms moving in from the west, Gwinnett County remains under a flash flood watch through late Monday afternoon.
City Council members voted Thursday to award the bid for the city's gravity sewer project to Strickland and Sons Pipeline Inc. in the amount of $556,372. Bids for the project were opened on May 23, according to City Administrator Jim Osborn. The sewer lines that will be run
Hebron Christian Academy has a school-sponsored team of young fisherman that are making a splash in youth angling competitions around the southeast.
Whether its by smartphone, tablet or desk top computer, we know you have different ways of keeping informed. But you have to know where to look, which is where this year's Newcomer's Guide comes in.
Egbert Courtney reportedly shot wife in March following argument over TV shopping bills
More than 10,000 people attended the 20th annual Memorial Day parade in Dacula that featured 160 entries.
This year's parade theme is "20 Years of Honor and Remembrance."
SeeAgain.org is hosting FunFest at Duncan Creek Park to raise money for Tim Smith and Wesley Vaughn.
A new dog park at Harbins Park in Dacula opens today at noon.
Former Mill Creek principal Jim Markham spoke to this year's graduating class on Thursday at the football field named in his honor.
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.
The city has honored the fallen soldiers for 20 years in a row.
The Lawrenceville man who police say stole a Krispy Kreme truck from a Dacula gas station in February was indicted this week.