Gov. Nathan Deal and officials from the Georgia Department of Natural Resources and Governor's Office of Highway Safety toured the state this week to promote the new alcohol consumption law that went into effect on Wednesday.
Peachtree Corners closes on $11.5 million deal to purchase land along Peachtree Parkway.
Commissioners discuss goals, including improving leadership, revitalizing older areas and ensuring the county water supply.
Officials have set aside the weekend beginning June 7 for the conversion of the Pleasant Hill Road bridge over Interstate 85 to a diverging-diamond interchange.
The Gwinnett County Public Library board approved a financial adjustment to its 2013 budget to purchase items for its summer reading curriculum on Monday.
Commissioners work to prioritize county goals.
Fire Chief Bill Myers will step down May 24.
Vines Garden Railroad in Loganville held its seasonal grand opening on Saturday, which coincided with National Train Day. More than 200 people showed up to watch the trains travel over more than 1,00 feet of track.
The Federal Aviation Administration has canceled the planned closures of small airport towers.
Residents can comment on a plan to create two-way streets on Lawrenceville's Square.
LOGANVILLE -- Civilians and emergency personnel were publicly honored during Loganville's Thursday City Council meeting.. On March 14, a 911 call was made, reporting a man complaining of chest pain at First Baptist Church. Residents Brenda Zolnick and Anne Benford were on the scene. They placed that call, then began
Commissioners host the final session of a spring series of town hall meetings in the Norcross area Thursday.
Angelia Parham named as Gwinnett's support services director.
Commissioners approved a contract Tuesday to begin the long-awaited widening of Ga. 20 Highway through Sugar Hill.
DACULA -- Lloyd deLatour, owner of Great Beginnings child care center in Dacula, petitioned City Council members Thursday for rezoning of a 2.1-acre property and changes of conditions on another in an attempt to further his vision for his business in Dacula.. Council members granted deLatour rezoning of the
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