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.
Former county Commissioner Mike Beaudreau says he plans to be on the May GOP ballot for Senate District 9, a seat currently held by Don Balfour, who successfully fought off criminal charges late last year.
The Georgia Department of Revenue recently approved a redesigned specialty license plate for the Sons of Confederate Veterans
Commissioners approved some changes to allow for new technology in a project to better track Gwinnett Transit buses.
Atlanta Regional Commission Chairman Kerry Armstrong, the Gwinnett man who took over the role earlier this month, talked about his plans at a Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce luncheon Wednesday.
A bill sponsored by Buford Sen. Renee Unterman, which would allow DFACS services including foster care to be handled by private or public contractors, was spurred by the death last year of 10-year-old Lawrenceville girl Emani Moss.
Georgia moves up in Census rankings of imports and exports in 2013, Gov. Nathan Deal announced Monday.
Jannine Miller will step down as the head of the Georgia Regional Transportation Authority, which operates the Xpress commuter bus system in metro Atlanta.
Judge William Ray will be one of three Georgia Court of Appeals judges to hear oral arguments during a special session in Lawrenceville next month.
Dozens of couples wed during an annual Valentines Day wedding event at the Gwinnett courthouse
With the state shifting many of its resources to the Augusta area, Gov. Nathan Deal says Georgians should remain cautious, as ice could refreeze overnight.
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