Elvis Noe Garcia-Nelasco receives life without parole
The Gwinnett County Public Library board approved a financial adjustment to its 2013 budget to purchase items for its summer reading curriculum on Monday.
Gwinnett County 4-H teams swept state events over the weekend.
More than 260 teams and about 12,000 people descended on the Gwinett Fairgrounds on Friday to celebrate the annual fundraising event in the fight against cancer.
The Federal Aviation Administration has canceled the planned closures of small airport towers.
Residents can comment on a plan to create two-way streets on Lawrenceville's Square.
Thomas Grimshaw, a math teacher at Lawrenceville's Mountain View High School, was arrested Wednesday, accused of having inappropriate contact with a student. Initial police reports were vague, saying only that the school's principal had begun "investigating a possible sexual assault incident" that occurred on campus.
The Lawrenceville man who police say stole a Krispy Kreme truck from a Dacula gas station in February was indicted this week.
The Aurora Theatre announces the return of its Lawrenceville Ghost Tours.
Gwinnett's Relay for Life event is scheduled for Friday night at the Gwinnett County Fairgrounds. The opening ceremony begins at 6:30 p.m. and the event also includes a survivor's lap, luminaria ceremony and closing ceremony.
William Thomas Oakes is launching his first novel, "Karma."
The Gwinnett Chapter celebrates 20 years at the Gwinnett County Fairgrounds.
PAWfest and Woofstock return in the name of pooches.
A math teacher from Mountain View High School has resigned following an alleged inappropriate relationship with a student and a sexual assault charge.
Two Gwinnett Monkey Joe locations will participate in a fundraiser this month for Tripp Halstead. Each indoor play place for kids will donate 10 percent of all sales from the event directly to the Halstead family.