Gwinnett County Commissioner John Heard questioned weather the county should accept HUD grant funding because of mandates he said come with federal monies.
Gwinnett County Chairwoman Charlotte Nash announces first of four town hall meetings is coming up March 10.
The objects were erected as a “cultural arts display” by owners of the shopping center — whose own architecture includes elements that are reminiscent of Cinderella’s Castle at Disney World.
Gwinnett County commission Chairwoman Charlotte Nash laid out her vision for the future during her State of the County address Thursday.
The Peachtree Corners city council set clearer parameters on its alcohol ordinance, specifically relating to liquor stores, during Tuesday’s regularly scheduled city council meeting.
The following list is a list of closings in Gwinnett County for Feb. 17, 2015
Presidents Day is not a trash and recycling holiday for solid waste providers in unincorporated Gwinnett County, so trash and recycling collections are scheduled as normal.
The land in Peachtree Corners will be the Gwinnett’s newest park.
In 10 years of existence, Gwinnett County’s drug court has graduated 178 participants from its alternate sentencing, accountability based program.
Wilkerson received the Georgia Municipal Association’s “certificate of recognition” at Sunday’s mayor’s day conference.
Johnny Crist re-purchased a vehicle Thursday that he previously sold to a Decatur man who claimed it had a faulty engine.
At its second business meeting of January, the board approved a “negotiated settlement” of the condemnation action regarding The Fischbach Company LLC, at a total cost of $1.3 million. The funding is all by the Georgia Department of Transportation.
The Georgia Department of Transportation expects the change to be in effect by Feb. 1.
Rep. Rob Woodall introduced H.R. 25 on the first day of the new Congress.
The proposed Wrecking Barn Brewery is slated for development on Brushy Fork Road.
- POLITICAL NOTEBOOK: Johnson proposes expanded federal authority to investigate officer-involved shootings
- Gwinnett updating 2030 Unified Plan to account for recession
- POLITICAL NOTEBOOK: Woodall, Isakson and Perdue blast Obama over Keystone veto
- Presumed presidential candidate Dr. Ben Carson speaks at GMC Foundation gala
- Parental rights bill sponsored by Unterman passes Senate
- Rep. Woodall snags committee seats
- U.S. Rep. Hank Johnson takes aim at grand jury process in police shootings
- POLITICAL NOTEBOOK: Gwinnett Republicans to elect precinct officers
- POLITICAL NOTEBOOK: Congressmen vote to prohibit funding for President’s immigration plan
- Hice: I’m not here to fight our party, I’m here to fight Obama
- Schools across Gwinnett celebrate Dr. Seuss, Read Across America | PHOTOS
- Buford City Schools announces inclement weather make-up plan
- Anti-Common Core activist group holds meeting with Superintendent Richard Woods, Rep. Tom Rice
- GOOD NEWS FROM SCHOOLS: Deadline looms for Broad Foundation scholarships
- School lunch menus for the week of March 2
- At the Gwinnett science and engineering fair, nervous energy, excitement fills the air
- Gwinnett County Schools explains decision to have school on Thursday
- Age eligibility bill in General Assembly concerns Gwinnett School Board member
- Activist group to hold Common Core educational conference
- Buford, Barrow Schools closed Thursday, delays for GGC, Gwinnett Tech