Judge Warren Davis heard arguments Friday in a motion to exclude City Attorney Tony Powell in defending the city in a case where the mayor sued the city council.
The Georgia Department of Labor’s Gwinnett Career Center in Norcross will be closed for more than two weeks because of roof damage repairs.
Local communities won two of the six CREATE Community awards from the Atlanta Regional Commission, beginning recognized for art and technology.
Hoping to return more control of curriculum to schools, senators pass a measure that could allow Georgia to withdraw from the national common core standards for education.
The Lilburn Community Improvement District offices have been moved to a more central location along U.S. Highway 29.
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The 50-year-old ballpark got an expansion and face-lift in a $5.3 million project.
Sen. David Shafer, R-Duluth, sponsored a proposed constitutional amendment that would limit the state income tax to the current 6 percent.
Commissioners will vote Tuesday on a proposed Unified Development Ordinance, the first complete overhaul of its zoning codes in 30 years.
Sheriff’s office budget approved this year near $73.4 million.
Gwinnett sheriff’s department has 43 openings; Gwinnett police department losing officers to other departments.
A sign of progress in Gwinnett’s economy was the approval of raises for county employees for the first time in five years.
The Georgia GOP hosted a debate Saturday at Brenau University in Gainesville of the Republican candidates in the upcoming U.S. Senate race to replace Saxby Chambliss, who plans to retire at the end of the year.
Commissioners will consider a special use permit to allow the building of ethanol storage tanks for an operation along Winder Highway outside Lawrenceville.
A hearing scheduled for Monday has been delayed, but Snellville’s mayor and council will be in court Friday on a motion attempting to disqualify the city attorney from representing council members in a suit brought by the mayor.
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