Gwinnett's premier leadership program seeks donors to expand.
Rey Martinez hopes to return to Loganville for the next city council meeting, after his deployment in the Middle East; Louise Radloff's husband Richard has passed away.
On Tuesday, commissioners learn that this year's tax digest is in line with millage rate plans proposed during the county budgeting process.
With its recently ousted director in the second row, the Gwinnett County Library Board of Trustees named an interim director.
Case filed in Gwinnett State Court involves a man whose identity was stolen by a bank teller's husband.
In recognition of National Hunger Awareness Day, U.S. Rep. Hank Johnson participated in a challenge to live for a week on $31.50 worth of food, which is the average weekly benefit for a food stamp recipient.
Artist Rey Vargas pays tribute to his father.
Partipants selected for the 29th class of Leadership Gwinnett.
Snellville officials host the city's second annual Flag Day ceremony.
Federal agents allege a Norcross man distributed child porn during an online conversation.
Commissioners Tommy Hunter and Lynette Howard spent Thursday afternoon trying to catch chickens in a Norcross neighborhood over-run by fowl.
Gwinnett Police Sgt. Jason Teague expected to return to active duty in four to five months
Library Director Nancy Stanbery-Kellam's employment contract was terminated Wednesday.
Unterman, other lawmakers, write a letter to Georgia's U.S. senators; new party chair takes over.
A 10-year-old appears to be saved from a near-drowning in Peachtree Corners, officials said.
Library Director Nancy Stanbery-Kellam's contract is the sole matter before the library board of trustees Wednesday.
Governor announces changes to the Georgia Military Affairs Coordinating Committee.
People sound off on the new diverging-diamond interchange at Pleasant Hill Road and Interstate 85.
Snellville Art Jurors choose Raphael Sagage as the featured artist for the Art on the Wall at City Hall project.
New bridge design expected to improve traffic at a fraction of the cost of a re-build.
People turn out for first Georgia Manufacturing Expo held Saturday at Gwinnett Center. Fifty companies were in attendance to show their locally manufactured goods.
Loganville lawyer steps down from Democratic Party; tea party group changes name.
Peachtree Corners Festival includes bands, kids activities, food and other vendors.
Mayor of Lilburn forging informal sister city relationship with Kosovo town.
Department of Driver Services offers more services online.
Police are investigating the murder of a man found outside a hotel room in unincorporated Norcross Thursday.
Crews to begin work on Pleasant Hill Road conversion to a diverging-diamond interchange at 9 p.m. Friday, weather permitting.
Outback at Work Charity lunch has raised $115,000 in the past for the Friends of Gwinnett Senior Services.
Johnson arranges for constituent sessions at Snellville City Hall; Heard recovering from heart surgery.
As part of a plea deal, Floy Jumper will repay money he stole as his church's treasurer.
Leaders discuss potential November ballot initiative to continue a 1 percent sales tax for government capital projects.
Isakson demands answers from former IRS commissioners during hearing; Shafer, Unterman score high on business initiatives.
Discussions on tap for proposed sales tax program.
Expired drug drop box located at Lilburn Police station.
Ceremony will be held Memorial Day at local memorial.
Gwinnett Fire officials give tips for pool safety, including designating an adult as a "water watcher."
At a reception, 25 people, mostly children, were awarded for achieving the gold level President's Volunteer Service Award.
AAA officials say gas prices aren't a factor for most travelers this Memorial Day weekend.
Members of the Asian-American Legal Advocacy Center speak out about governor's comments at the GOP convention about refugees.
An extension to the Ivy Creek Greenway is expected to be complete by the end of the year.
Casey Snyder was promoted as Gwinnett's new fire and emergency services chief to replace the retiring Bill Myers.
Loganville attorney Mike Berlon was reprimanded by the Georgia Supreme Court in a disciplinary matter.
The roles of U.S. Rep. Rob Woodall and U.S. Sen. Johnny Isakson in the aftermath of the IRS scandal; Karen Handel becomes fourth Senate candidate.
Karen Handel announced her candidacy for the U.S. Senate on Friday.
Peachtree Corners man BJ Van Gundy will seek the state GOP chairmanship at a convention this weekend; candidate expected to enter ongressional race
Peachtree Corners closes on $11.5 million deal to purchase land along Peachtree Parkway.
Commissioners discuss goals, including improving leadership, revitalizing older areas and ensuring the county water supply.
Officials have set aside the weekend beginning June 7 for the conversion of the Pleasant Hill Road bridge over Interstate 85 to a diverging-diamond interchange.
Commissioners work to prioritize county goals.
Fire Chief Bill Myers will step down May 24.