A school resource officer was hit by a vehicle Wednesday morning while directing traffic at Lanier High School
Commissioners approved an agreement with state officials, making the long-awaited widening of Ga. Highway 20 in Sugar Hill eminent.
A Gwinnett woman is considering pulling her son out of school after a boy who police say threatened to kill him has been allowed back on campus.
When police arrived at a local bank Saturday afternoon, they were ready for a serious situation.
With construction imminent, county leaders agree to deal on pipe relocations along Ga. 20 widening projects.
Sugar Hil's newl City Hall will be open for business Wednesday, with a grand opening scheduled for Sunday.
The $11 million, 33,000-square-foot building at West Broad Street and Temple Drive downtown is adjacent to a $6 million parking deck, amphitheater and amenity pond.
A north Georgia sheriff has planned a boycott in response to a business limiting the sale of semi-automatic rifles to the general public.
A teenager with local ties is learning firsthand the perils of irresponsible text messaging, after police say a months-long, high-tech prank went too far.
Ashton Gardens, a reception hall that can host weddings or corporate parties, is under construction and on track to open in March.
Gwinnett Senior Learning Center offers computer classes for adults 50 years old and up
Sugar Hill City Hall will be closed Tuesday, Jan. 8; grand opening for new building scheduled for Jan. 13
Commission is a volunteer committee that conducts public hearings and make recommendations on land use and development policies
SUGAR HILL -- Following a required third public hearing, the Sugar Hill City Council passed its 2013 budget at its monthly meeting Monday night.
Sugar Hill officials announce a date for the opening of the new City Hall.