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
The Georgia Supreme Court announced that Hugh P. Thompson has been elected Chief Justice and will be sworn in on Aug. 15.
Gwinnett's Board of Commissioners continues a series of town hall meetings around the county at Grayson High School on Wednesday where residents asked questions and shared concerns.
The Board of Commissioners held a town hall meeting in Suwanee on Tuesday night to hear from residents their thoughts and ideas regarding county government.
Gwinnett County officials and Briscoe Field have joined a Spokane, Wash. lawsuit against the Federal Aviation Administration regarding the decision to defund federal contract towers.
City will offer residents ability to add $1, $2 or $5 to their bills to help needy
Commissioners approved the hiring of part-time staffers to help process weapons carry permits in the Probate Court.
Controversial land deal goes forward four years later, due to a Georgia Court of Appeals ruling.
The Suwanee City Council on Tuesday considered an amendment to the city's signage ordinance to address LED lights.
The effort of businessmen along U.S. 78 a decade ago created a new trend of partnerships in Gwinnett.
A Department of Driver Services employee was arrested and then fired after being charged with identity theft and theft by deception by Norcross Police.
Gwinnett County Commission John Heard responded to a lawsuit filed in Fulton County Superior Court that mentioned his name regarding a state contract and property on Grayson Highway.
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