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A three-judge panel of the Georgia Court of Appeals hears oral arguments in three cases, including one Gwinnett one, during a trip to the Gwinnett Justice and Administration Center in Lawrenceville.
An Asheville revitalization expert gave a presentation in Suwanee Tuesday to talk about how the city can further development its downtown.
Dacula city councilman Greg Reeves was arrested Friday on charges stemming from his alleged misuse of city-issued credit cards.
The Gwinnett County Public Library Board of Trustees approved a 3 percent salary increase Monday for library employees that was made retroactive to Jan. 5 of this year.
Snellville’s Downtown Development Authority, Tourism and Trade Board and Urban Redevelopment Agency is sponsoring a March 29 event to train officials on Roberts Rules of Order, which is often used to govern meetings.
A look at the 2014 election contests — from county commissioner to congressman — set after a week-long candidate qualifying period.
Red tape, “several” software problems have delayed the Gwinnett Police Department’s efforts to implement an electronic citation system.
Drivers Services Commissioner Rob Mikell is named to the State Employee Benefit Plan Council.
Dacula leaders are pursuing the annexation of 34 parcels of land along Winder Highway.
With a final day left on the qualifying period for the 2014 election, Gwinnett ballots are getting long due to crowded races for U.S. Senate and state school superintendent, along with other contests.
Gov. Nathan Deal give’s the governor’s environmental address at a revived Gwinnett Clean and Beautiful event Thursday.
Georgia Labor Commissioner Mark Butler announced a 7.3 percent unemployment rate for January, continuing a seven-month drop in the rate.
Snellville’s former planning director Jon Davis was hired as Norcross’s director of community development.
State Sen. Jason Carter, the grandson of President Jimmy Carter, qualified Wednesday for the 2014 election for governor in Georgia, highlighting the third day of a qualifying period for candidates in Georgia.
- Estate tax repeal approved by Georgia General Assembly
- POLITICAL NOTEBOOK: U.S. Rep. Woodall calls out Obama on budget, debt
- 2014 ballots set for Georgia, Gwinnett
- Michelle Nunn, John Barge qualify for Georgia ballots
- Gov. Deal says Georgia's environment and jobs linked
- Carter grandson files paperwork in Georgia governor’s race
- POLITICAL NOTEBOOK: Grayson’s Wilkerson, judges honored at Women’s History Month events
- Balfour qualifies for new term; challengers come in for governor, other contests
- Medical marijuana bill passes Georgia House
- David Hancock seeks Gwinnett state House seat
- Britt Elementary given international reading award
- Shiloh Elementary awarded more than $50,000 in grants
- Gwinnett school district changes calendar because of election
- At Creekland Middle, Holocaust survivor shares life story
- Top 10 most popular stories from March 3-9
- School lunch menus for the week of March 10
- Expo benefitting Sugar Hill outdoor classroom to feature 5K
- GOOD NEWS FROM SCHOOLS: GSMST wins TEAM competition
- North Gwinnett Middle's Law named Principal of the Year
- GGC awarded grant to recruit, retain women in technology