Miguel Angel Jimenez’s win at the Greater Gwinnett Championship brought international exposure to Gwinnett, tourism officials said Wednesday.
As Gov. Deal signs gun bill, his gubernatorial challenger says he should do more for 2nd Amendment rights, while another challenger explains race.
Officials will celebrate the new playground with a ribbon cutting Saturday.
Democrats running in the May 20 primary for U.S. Senate, state school superintendent and other races attended a forum put on by the local party.
Officials cut a ribbon at the new $2.6 million kitchen set to provide up to 2,000 meals per day for local seniors.
On Monday, Luis Fernandez opened The Crossing inside the depot location, while Ken Weatherford opened his new eatery, MacKenzie’s Restaurant and Tap Room, less than three miles away at 4790 Peachtree Industrial Boulevard in the city of Berkeley Lake.
While rain marred the first two days of the Greater Gwinnett Championhip, officials hope for a big crowd Sunday at TPC Sugarloaf
Political candidates in the governor’s race and a local Senate race propose restructuring to the state ethics commission in the wake of a scandal.
Police are searching for a suspect in the murder of a man who was found dead at a Duluth apartment complex Saturday.
Operation Second Chance, which pairs jail inmates with shelter dogs to ready them for adoption, will participate in the Snellville Farmers Market this summer.
Volunteers collected 7.3 tons of trash during an April 12 Sweep the Hooch event, sponsored by the Chattahoochee Riverkeeper and other organizations.
Candidates in the crowded Georgia school superintendent race spoke Thursday at a Gwinnett GOP forum.
The Georgia Department of Transportation is using a new signal type to help improve safety and traffic in areas with frequent left-turns.
Officials followed citizen recommendations for transportation and parks spending, also setting allocations for library, senior center and public safety projects.
Radio personality Sean Hannity backs Congressman Jack Kingston in the Georgia Senate race; local Republicans and Democrats schedule forums.
Gov. Nathan Deal signed an executive order requiring a teacher representative in the State Health Benefit Plan process.
The Gwinnett Village Community Improvement District will host an open house on a proposed trail along Indian Trail Road from 5 to 7 p.m. Thursday.
Gwinnett’s GOP plans an April 17 debate for the nine people vying for the party’s nomination for state school superintendent.
Senators participated in a press conference last week on Autism Awareness Day in Georgia.
Gwinnett business and civic leaders met Friday to discuss the future of Gwinnett Place, including hearing from the new owner of the mall.
Gov. Deal’s political foes say the $700,000 verdict in a case involving the former state ethics commission director could have political consequences; Georgia’s Secretary of State’s Office launches new technology for voters.
Gwinnett tax assessments have been mailed, with about 75 percent of neighborhoods seeing a rise in property values and the first projected rise in the overall tax digest in five years.
Gwinnett’s Lillian Webb talks about political life at Chamber event
Lillian Webb, who was the first woman mayor of Norcross and county commission chairwoman for Gwinnett, was named the Chamber’s Citizen of the Year, earlier this year.
Gwinnett officials accepted a total of $104,000 in private donations to supplement services for seniors.
Two Gwinnett legislators were named to the Child Welfare Reform Council by Gov. Nathan Deal.
A poll released this week shows Gov. Nathan Deal with a slight lead over Sen. Jason Carter, President Carter’s grandson, in the upcoming November contest.
Officials plan to celebrate the opening of the Snellville Veterans Memorial, which was entirely funded by donations, on Memorial Day weekend.
Mayor Kelly Kautz filed a motion for reconsideration of the Georgia Court of Appeals decision saying the City Council must vote to dismiss the city attorney.
The Gwinnett Citizens Project Selection Committee presented a list of projects for the $225 million in transportation funding expected to come from the 2014 SPLOST, which began collections Tuesday.
Norcross-based Georgia Right to Life lost its status as the state’s National Right to Life Committee affiliate.
The number of highway fatalities in Georgia declined in 2013 for the eighth year in a row.
An autopsy is scheduled to be completed Monday on Stanley Scott Maddox, whose body was found Saturday in a Buford creek.
Police identified the man killed and another injured in a weekend shooting at a Peachtree Corners apartment complex.
Gwinnett’s 2009 SPLOST program collection ends at the end of the month, although delays in construction mean the county will take years to complete the program.
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Former Alaska Gov. and vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin backs GOP candidate Karen Handel in the U.S. Senate race.
Gwinnett Community Services Director Phil Hoskins has been promoted to deputy county administrator, while chief financial officer, warden and IT director are named.
Officials announced that Brookwood alum Rennie Curran will headline the 41st annual parade in May.
Georgia DOT officials expect delays while crews work over the next three months to resurface U.S. Highway 78 from Snellville to Loganville.
Officials announced upgrades to the website where people can check traffic on Gwinnett roads to plan their commutes.
The U.S. Census Bureau says Gwinnett’s population grew by more than 18,000 people between July 1, 2012 and July 1, 2013, making it the top gainer in the state.
Officials said an April 11 groundbreaking will be held — just prior to the home opener — for the mixed-use project planned around the Gwinnett Braves stadium.
A recent SurveyUSA poll showed Gov. Nathan Deal likely avoiding a runoff in his GOP primary challenge, but the primaries for U.S. Senate, at least in the Republican contest, and for state school superintendent show runoffs likely.
The Lilburn Community Improvement District is seeking help from professionals for a study of U.S. Highway 29.
Proposals to allow commercial development in residential areas were denied Tuesday by Gwinnett commissioners, after public outcry.
Millennium Mats announced a move down the street in Suwanee that doubles the office and manufacturing space for the world’s second largest manufacturer of industrial mats.
Officials say the finishing touches are underway for the Broad Street rehab project in Winder, which is due to be complete this summer.
Another pro-life group is seeking to take the state’s affiliation at the National Right to Life Board from Georgia Right to Life.
After a judge rules that attorneys fees should be returned to Sen. Don Balfour after his acquital, challenger Mike Beaudreau continues to push for the money to come from campaign dollars; Gwinnett Dems to vote for state committee member.
Legislators approved a gun bill and a constitutional amendment that could cap the state income tax, but marijuana and autism provisions don’t pass in final day of legislative session.