GCPS employees are expected to receive their first raise in six years, board members announced to members of the Teachers’ Advisory Council.
Cynthia “Cindy” Sutt, the owner of Rock, Paper, Scissors based in Lawrenceville, died early Wednesday morning.
A natural gas leak shut down several roadways in Lawrenceville on Wednesday evening.
The Georgia Manufacturing Expo will be hosting a tour of the Gwinnett Daily Post on March 27 as part of their Plant Tour Series.
Bruce, a 10- to 12-year-old pit bull mix, was found earlier this month.
All but seven of Gwinnett County Public Schools’ 21 high schools will graduate at the Arena at Gwinnett Center between May 19 and 26.
The commercial bus with 54 passengers aboard veered off a snowy Interstate 95 about 30 miles south of Washington and flipped onto its side, Virginia State Police said in a statement.
The Gwinnett County Health Department released its recent restaurant health scores. Each Monday, the Daily Post takes a snapshot of scores from around Gwinnett.
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Aurora Children’s Playhouse is exploring fairy tales throughout the month of March and into April with three different performers.
Avery Grimes and Wayne Knighton were burned in fire last week at their home on Daniel Lane.
Members of Gwinnett County Fire Station No. 15 helped keep Dave Kinsley alive during a cardiac event on New Year’s Day.
The Gwinnett County Police Department is hosting a job fair Saturday, March 15.
Chick-fil-A restaurants at locations in Gwinnett are hosting fundraisers Monday, March 17, for 3-year-old Imogen Passman of Lilburn, who has been diagnosed with a rare form of cancer.
Collins Hill Youth Athletic Association is paying $17,000 to have a wireless system installed to control the lights at its baseball fields in hopes of reducing energy costs.