As the new vice president of running product management, Mark Sheehan gets to practice what he preaches (and sells) as a runner in Gwinnett.
Friends continue tradition of volunteering at Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl
Don Bayles Jr. was always happy to coach his son Davis’ youth teams. Now, years later, his son and his son friends are continuing a tradition of volunteering for different tasks at the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl.
Terri Franklin knows all too well that learning is a lifelong gift. After all, she was in her 50s when she went to graduate school to get a degree in special education. But in the classroom of a failing Fulton County elementary school, she realized that children need to be introduced to education long before they reach kindergarten.
Hendrickson shifts roles from Coalition to county
Nicole Love Hendrickson, who forged a reputation as a bridge builder during her time serving as the associate director of the Gwinnett Coalition for Health and Human Services, has taken a new position working for Gwinnett County as a community outreach coordinator.
Despite the rain in the morning, there was no doubt Mandi Herrington would make it to the Buford Christmas parade Saturday.
Political Notebook columnist Camie Young asks readers to keep informed and keep voting, as she leaves the Daily Postafter more than a decade.
Neighbors in the Stonecypher community in Suwanee have donated furniture, gift cards and more to welcome to the neighborhood a family who recently left war-torn Ukraine with few possessions.
Residents, legislator help replace 20-by-30-foot American flag at Duluth retail center.
Mike Collins gets the endorsement of another presidential candidate in his race for U.S. House District 10, while Mike Beaudreau and P.K. Martin pick up their own support in the state Senate District 9 race.
Gwinnett commissioners approved a contract this week to allow repair work on five local bridges.