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.
Retired businessman Keith Roche bested Larry Troutman in a Lawrenceville City Council runoff Tuesday.
Commissioner John Heard announced he will be on ballots next year, ready to continue his public service.
People can donate heaters for seniors through Project AWARE at any Gwinnett fire station.
Through Operation St. Nick, Gwinnett charity Operation One Voice plans to help brighten Christmas for 362 children of military Special Operations parents.
Advanced voting has been slow in the House runoff between Teresa Cantrell and Chuck Efstration, with low expectations for Tuesday. Congressional candidate Jody Hice receives the endorsement of Loganville Mayor Dan Curry.
Teresa Cantrell and Chuck Efstration tout differing experiences and endorsements in Tuesday’s runoff for the House District 104 seat centered in Dacula.
Gwinnett’s government staffers have collected awards for programs including, parks and recreation, water and transportation in recent months.
Keith Roche and Larry Troutman hope to bring voters out for a Dec. 3 runoff for an open Lawrenceville City Council seat.
Shoppers enjoyed the annual Black Friday shopping season with an early start at the Mall of Georgia, at 8 p.m. Thursday night.
Georgia’s U.S. Sen. Saxby Chambliss has been a vocal opponent of the recent deal reached last week with Iran.
Gwinnett Community Bank Chairman and CEO Tom Martin has overseen three successful community banks in his 50 year career.
George Birnbaum, an international political consultant spoke to local residents who attended Tuesday’s Gwinnett Tea Party meeting.
After filing a motion for speedy trial, Sen. Don Balfour will face a jury Dec. 16 on charges involving false expense reports.
AAA Auto Club expects 43.4 million Americans to journey more than 50 miles this Thanksgiving
Rep. Rob Woodall presides over proceedings
About 200 people turned out Monday for a Gainesville field hearing of the House Committee on Government Reform and Oversight, conducted by U.S. Rep.. The hearing was the second of four planned across the country to hear from constituents about the impacts of the Affordable Care Act.
VetConnexx, which works with Fortune 500 companies to help veterans find jobs after deployment, announced it will open its third location in the Gwinnett Place.
Buford Sen. Renee Unterman was tapped as legislator of the year by the National Association of Local Boards of Health.
Attempts to get information on Earl Haughton, the driver of a Gwinnett Transit bus facing homicide by vehicle charges in a Nov. 11 crash, have been unsuccessful.
The third annual Christmas Run in Peachtree Corners will be held Saturday, Dec. 13, in support of local non-profits.
Congressman Rob Woodall will host members of the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform at a Gainesville field hearing Monday; the Gwinnett Tea Party will host George Birnbaum, the former chief of staff for Israeli Prime Ministry Benjamin Netanyahu.
Two engineering and design awards have recently gone to the diverging-diamond interchange on Pleasant Hill Road at Interstate 85 in the Gwinnett Place CID.
Teresa Cantrell plans weekend meet-and-greet and turkey shoot; Chuck Efstration gathers another supporter.
After $300 million in collections over two decades, the toll will end along Ga. 400.
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.
After years of attempting to market a restrictive commercial development, property owners sought to build townhomes on Beaver Ruin Road just outside Lilburn.
For the first time in five years, county employees could see a raise in 2014, officials announced during a budget presentation.
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.
DOT suspendes lane closures over holiday period
The Georgia Department of Transportation has suspended construction-related lane closures over the Thanksgiving holiday, in expectation for heavy traffic.
After months of campaigning, Dalton Mayor David Pennington makes a formal announcement entering the governor’s race against incumbent Nathan Deal.
Mall of Georgia is one of several Atlanta area malls hosting pets with Santa.
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Commission Chairwoman Charlotte Nash will present her proposal for the 2014 government budget Tuesday.
Principal Katise Menchan encourages parents to seek help for children coping with the death of a friend.
During the annual Partnership Gwinnett Summit Friday, companies and individuals were honored with the 2013 Imagination, Innovation and Influence Awards.
A recent Georgia Rivers Alive project netted 450 pounds of trash and recyclables.
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.
A public input meeting will be held from 5 to 7 p.m. Thursday on a proposed multi-use trail along Beaver Ruin Road, which would eventually connect Lilburn and Norcross