While four new schools are set to open in August — two elementary schools, a middle school and high school — only one is yet to be named.
Daniel Arriaza was born at 2:51 a.m., making him the first baby born in Gwinnett County in 2015.
A look at the most-viewed stories on the Gwinnett Daily Post website in 2014.
Reflecting on the county’s biggest stories of the past year.
The two men are believed to be responsible for a crime spree that began on Dec. 19 and ended with their arrests a week later.
Ben Stewart, of the Tim Stewart Funeral Home family, chose the project at Shadowlawn Cemetery to complete requirements for the coveted Eagle Scout distinction.
Anthony Banks is charged with the Oct. 10 murder of Terrence Robinson outside Tailgators Sports Bar and Grill in Lawrenceville.
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.
As 2015 quickly approaches, many are trying to decide on a New Year’s resolution. Some common resolutions are to get active, eat healthier and shed all those unwanted pounds that have been hanging around for too long.
Terri Franklin knows all too well that learning is a lifelong gift. After all, she was in her 50s when she went to graduate school to get a degree in special education. But in the classroom of a failing Fulton County elementary school, she realized that children need to be introduced to education long before they reach kindergarten.
It has been a stellar year for the arts in Gwinnett, but 2014 is history. What do our arts leaders have to say about the upcoming year?
Christmas time brings about loneliness for many who have nobody with whom to spend the holidays. That wasn’t the case Thursday morning at the Quinn House as men gathered together to celebrate Christmas and spend time with their newfound family.
The free, self-guided tour features several decorated rooms including Santa’s den and the elf workshop.
Religious groups from around the county visit inmates at the Gwinnett Adult Detention Center and Phillips State Prison in Buford, helping even killers celebrate.
The kitchen got a 100 Monday, after failing two inspections this month.