Teresa Cantrell plans weekend meet-and-greet and turkey shoot; Chuck Efstration gathers another supporter.
Sen. Don Balfour intends to defend himself on charges involving state per diem payments and return to office, his attorney says, a day after a watchdog calls for Balfour to step down.
Officials with Common Cause Georgia wrote Sen. Don Balfour a letter asking for his resignation, a week after he was suspended from office.
Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce officials announce the honorees for the Annual Dinner, to be held Feb. 7.
Commission Chairwoman Charlotte Nash says she will vote for former Gwinnett GOP chairman Chuck Efstration in the Dec. 3 runoff for a state House seat.
After months of campaigning, Dalton Mayor David Pennington makes a formal announcement entering the governor’s race against incumbent Nathan Deal.
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A Gwinnett congressman creates a website feature to hear from constituents on the new health care law.
State Rep. Alisha Thomas Morgan is the first Democrat to announce a campaign to replace John Barge, who is running for governor.
Nancy Jester, a former DeKalb school board member, announces a race in the 2014 Republican primary for state school superintendent.
Three council members were sworn in to office Monday night, on the heels of a hotly contested Nov. 5 election.
2014 campaigns heat up, with Congressional candidates Donna Sheldon and Jody Hice beefing up campaigns, U.S. Senate candidate Michelle Nunn unveiling website, and Gov. Nathan Deal’s campaign responding to Democrat challenger Jason Carter, President Carter’s grandson.
Officials expect a citizens group to soon begin deliberations on transportation projects to be funded by a SPLOST extension, approved by voters last week.
State Sen. Jason Carter, grandson of President Jimmy Carter, will run as a Democrat in the 2014 race for governor in Georgia.
Officials discuss Tuesday’s special election on a county SPLOST extension, which brought less than 10 percent of the electorate to the polls
- 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
- Public invited to comment on Gwinnett County budget
- Open meeting to be held about Partnership Gwinnett
- 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
- Armed man follows Gwinnett high school student home from school
- 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