Lem and Lakeisha Collins wrote 'The Adventures of Nicole and Mallory'
“The Adventures of Nicole and Mallory” series include the stories about the Collin’s two oldest daughters Cameron Nicole and Caidan Mallory.
For more than 25 years, Lawrenceville First Baptist Church has served lunch to the community on Thanksgiving.
The annual event was held on the lawn of the Gwinnett Historic Courthouse on Thanksgiving.
The Lawrenceville nonprofit to host open house Dec. 5
During the open house, attendees have a chance to buy hand crafted holiday pieces made by the clients at Creative Enterprise.
This is the Lawrenceville theater’s 18th production of the show
The annual musical revue opens the day after Thanksgiving and ends Dec. 22.
The RK Gun Show returns to the Gwinnett County Fairgrounds
The two-day event at the Gwinnett County Fairgrounds features hundreds of weapons for sale.
All adults safe, but displaced
On Thanksgiving, fire crews were sent out to two calls, which were started from fireplace failures.
Quilts of Valor are presented to combat service members and veterans by the national Quilts of Valor Foundation in gratitude for their service.
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Lamont Mays molding new Lawrenceville school
What stands out at Moore is the STEP Academy, a program designed for at-risk, over-aged eighth-grade students that allows them to complete eight and ninth grade course work in one school year. Those who complete the program transition to 10th grade and remain on track to graduate with their peers.
Authorities responded to the scene at 127 Resthaven Drive early Monday afternoon.
The 10 most popular stories on the Gwinnett Daily Post website during the week of Nov. 18-24, 2013.
Since its opening in Gwinnett, troopers from Georgia State Patrol Post 51 have written 13,599 citations. The goal, though, is to improve traffic flow, officials maintain.
Each week the Daily Post takes a snapshot of recent health scores from around the county that have been released by the Gwinnett County Health Department.
Attorney calls client stupid, questions evidence against him in murder of 15-year-old Norcross High School freshman Nicolas Jackson II