Commissioners approved construction for the third phase of Little Mulberry Park.
A new report shows Georgia is no longer second in the country in childhood obesity. The state has moved up to 17th in the country as the report suggests a 5 percent drop in obese children in the state.
Volunteers needed for advisory positions related to the Metropolitan North Georgia Water Planning District.
In its first full year, volunteers contributed nearly 1 million hours as part of the county government's Volunteer Gwinnett program.
Pilots talk about safety, other issues involved in airport tower closure possibility.
SNELLVILLE The appointment of volunteer members to various boards is a common order of business in any Gwinnett city, except Snellville. During Monday night's City Council meeting, two board appointments were on the agenda as new city business, and both were met with controversy.. Tod Warner, a longtime Planning
A sold out crowd attended a Gwinnett County Police seminar on Thursday night about gun safety and laws about carrying guns and deadly force.
Congressman Hank Johnson addresses the immigration reform issue at a forum Thursday.
DOT officials limit lane closures this weekend due to spring break travel and major events.
A light crowd comes to the first of a spring series of town hall meetings with the Gwinnett Board of Commissioners.
Commissioners warned that assessment notices will be inaccurate due to a state law issue.
Former Commissioner Curtis McGill tells current board members the southern Gwinnett area needs attention.
LAWRENCEVILLE -- Lawrenceville toned down its colors following Monday night's City Council meeting.. In an amendment to its "color palette" ordinance, the body agreed to restrict colors such as pink, purple, orange, etc. from display on commercial buildings. If these types of "loud" colors are requested from a business owner
The Georgia Department of Transportation has announced that work begins tonight on the renovation of State Route 11/Broad Street in Downtown Winder.
As the weather warms up, spring becomes one of the best times of year to fish around Gwinnett.
- Handel enters race for Chambliss' Senate seat 2 comments
- POLITICAL NOTEBOOK: Local man in hunt for state GOP chair 1 comment
- Commission to consider code of conduct after scandals 7 comments
- POLITICAL NOTEBOOK: Woodall takes on international issues with Benghazi, Korea 2 comments
- Airport tower to remain open 1 comment
- Chickens, renters cause concern in Norcross area 4 comments
- POLITICAL NOTEBOOK: Group praises reform, advocates for more
- Nash takes role in statewide association
- New ethics rules, lobbying cap signed into law 1 comment
- POLITICAL NOTEBOOK: Sheldon names congressional campaign team
- More than 270 graduate from GGC
- School board plans millage rate hike 18 comments
- Four elementary school principals named
- Vietnam vet shares massacre story at school
- Library board OKs summer reading money, talks '14 budget 2 comments
- Local running club keeps kids active
- School lunch menus for the week of May 13
- Former teacher of year balances job, triplets
- GOOD NEWS: Local students get national scholarships
- Alleged victim: Relationship with teacher consensual 1 comment