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
First Row Center will stage productions of “A Christmas Carol” through Dec. 21.
Gwinnett Citizens Project Selection Committee approves funding for the smallest categories of transportation funding from the upcoming SPLOST, as it works toward a complete project list for the tax.
Gwinnett’s juvenile detention facility will close next year.
Anita Newsome has been delighting children for decades as Mrs. Claus, before bringing her talents to her new hometown of Lilburn.
Lawrenceville Councilman P.K. Martin served his last meeting on the City Council, as he prepares to mount a state Senate campaign.
Real estate executive Kerry Armstrong was elected Wednesday as the incoming chairman of the Atlanta Regional Commission, a 10-county regional planning board.
The SEAL Legacy Foundation honored Operation One Voice for its work supporting fallen and wounded special forces members and their families.
Former Gwinnett GOP chairman Chuck Efstration bested Teresa Cantrell in a runoff for House District 104 Tuesday.