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.
SUGAR HILL -- At its monthly work session Monday night, the Sugar Hill City Council:. -- Announced its $11 million, 33,000-square-foot City Hall at West Broad Street and Temple Drive downtown is expected to be complete by Dec. 21. City Manager Bob Hail said furniture is scheduled to
Mackenzie Lauren Stephenson, 17, reportedly pulled out in front of 70-year-old Sugar Hill man
For $25, Children's Lighthouse Learning Center will watch your kid while you shop
SUGAR HILL -- Sugar Hill residents who've circled Dec. 1 on their calendar will need to flip the page and recircle.. Gwinnett's fourth-largest city hoped to have its new City Hall complete enough for a public preview the night of the city's downtown tree lighting, but instead announced at
This year's Principal for a Day event took me to nearby White Oak Elementary for a day in the life of a school leader's shoes.
Celebration will be held on the evening of Dec. 1