When 11-year-old Lindsay Kahren found out about her donation project for school she immediately wanted to help Annandale Village.
Kids will be able to test out their Halloween costumes a little early while enjoying spooky activities this Saturday at Suwanee’s annual Trek or Treat event.
Syed Momin Ali, 23, is accused of sexually assaulting a woman inside her Suwanee garage. A detective testified Thursday that he has been tied to an earlier incident in a nearby subdivision.
Several fighting incidents and rumors of additional altercations in recent days caused administrators at Collins Hill High to bring additional School Resource Officers to Collins Hill High on Monday.
The tickets were sold at convenience stores in Snellville and Suwanee.
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.
This week’s lunch menus for Gwinnett County Public Schools.
Syed Momin Ali, 23, was arrested Wednesday afternoon, just hours after allegedly putting his hand down the pants of an unsuspecting Suwanee woman.
The Daily Post has launched its annual Halloween photo contest and readers can vote for their favorite picture until Nov. 5.
North Gwinnett High to put on family entertainment night Friday to raise money for scholarship in honor of Cooper O’Brien, an eighth grader who died over the summer after a bout with cancer
This week’s lunch menu for Gwinnett County Public Schools.
Dr. Regina Benjamin was the guest speaker at the “Champions of Healthcare” luncheon held Oct. 10 at the Georgia Campus of the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine.
Suwanee was among 10 Georgia communities, including Braselton, to be the first recipients of the Georgia Department of Community Affairs’ “PlanFirst” designation.
Annandale Village in Suwanee will have a groundbreaking event on Friday for The Keith Keadle Center for Continued Care, a new two-story, 18,000 square foot transitional care facility. It marks the start of the organization’s annual Family Weekend celebration.
According to a news release from the police department in Boise, Idaho, officials were contacted Sunday after employees at several local stores noticed a group of people trying to use “a number of different credit cards to purchase high value gift cards.”