The Senate Health and Human Services Committee will be in Gwinnett Monday for the discussion about the problems with drugs in the suburbs
Congressman Hank Johnson and U.S. Sen. Johnny Isakson release statements about the death of former South African President Nelson Mandela. Chamber luncheon to feature Sen. David Shafer
Cafeteria workers lament cost struggles with insurance
Rep. Rob Woodall visited Mountain View High School on Friday to learn about the school’s nutrition program and heard from cafeteria workers about their insurance and retirement plans.
Lawrenceville Councilman P.K. Martin served his last meeting on the City Council, as he prepares to mount a state Senate campaign.
A list of results for Gwinnett County and city runoffs from the Nov. 5 election.
Commissioner John Heard announced he will be on ballots next year, ready to continue his public service.
Advanced voting has been slow in the House runoff between Teresa Cantrell and Chuck Efstration, with low expectations for Tuesday. Congressional candidate Jody Hice receives the endorsement of Loganville Mayor Dan Curry.
Teresa Cantrell and Chuck Efstration tout differing experiences and endorsements in Tuesday’s runoff for the House District 104 seat centered in Dacula.
Incumbent Bob Dixon is facing challenger Lorin Sinn-Clark.
Georgia’s U.S. Sen. Saxby Chambliss has been a vocal opponent of the recent deal reached last week with Iran.
George Birnbaum, an international political consultant spoke to local residents who attended Tuesday’s Gwinnett Tea Party meeting.
After filing a motion for speedy trial, Sen. Don Balfour will face a jury Dec. 16 on charges involving false expense reports.
Rep. Rob Woodall presides over proceedings
About 200 people turned out Monday for a Gainesville field hearing of the House Committee on Government Reform and Oversight, conducted by U.S. Rep.. The hearing was the second of four planned across the country to hear from constituents about the impacts of the Affordable Care Act.
Buford Sen. Renee Unterman was tapped as legislator of the year by the National Association of Local Boards of Health.
Congressman Rob Woodall will host members of the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform at a Gainesville field hearing Monday; the Gwinnett Tea Party will host George Birnbaum, the former chief of staff for Israeli Prime Ministry Benjamin Netanyahu.
- Congressmen hold field hearing on Obamacare in Gainesville
- Balfour indicted on theft, false statement charges
- Qualifying closes for state house districts representing Gwinnett
- State tax revenues up in July 1 comment
- POLITICAL NOTEBOOK: Broun introduces health care reform alternative 4 comments
- Nunn announces 2014 senatorial campaign 8 comments
- Bob Barr seeks Congress seat 9 comments
- Gingrey announces run for Senate 7 comments
- Graves won't run for Chambliss' Senate seat 1 comment
- Broun says he wants automatic budget cuts to occur 19 comments
- Gwinnett SPLOST road allocations begin
- Gwinnett's Kerry Armstrong to lead Atlanta regional board
- Improper testing procedures lead to Winder police chief's resignation
- Chuck Efstration wins Gwinnett House seat
- Winder councilman retains seat
- Keith Roche wins battle between neighbors in Lawrenceville
- 2013 Election Results: Runoffs
- Commissioner John Heard to seek second term
- City of Buford employees get 3 percent raise
- VIDEO: 'Behind the Scenes' ... at the Recycling Bank of Gwinnett
- Osborne Firehawks win First Lego League regional
- GOOD NEWS FROM SCHOOLS: Brookwood teacher named Educator of the Year
- School lunch menus for the week of Dec. 9
- Woodall discusses insurance, retirement with Mountain View High cafeteria workers
- Berkmar student arrested on gun charge
- Gwinnett writing test scores outpace state average
- Norcross' Ivy Prep expands blended education model to DeKalb
- Mason Elementary's Zorn named National Counselor of the Year
- School lunch menus for the week of Dec. 2
- Construction continues at Gwinnett's most expensive high school