State Rep. Buzz Brockway, R-Lawrenceville, says he will return to ballots this year to seek a third term in the General Assembly
The Southeast’s biggest mall is adding another high-end eatery to its offerings, announcing the upcoming opening of a Marlow’s Tavern location in May.
A Snellville Arts Commission event was rescheduled due to ice last week.
State Rep. Chuck Efstration plans Dacula Day at the Georgia Capitol; U.S. Reps. Paul Broun, Jack Kingston and Rob Woodall vote no on last week’s deficit deal.
Dozens of couples wed during an annual Valentines Day wedding event at the Gwinnett courthouse
While schools and the government shut down much of this week for the winter storm, some businesses provided key services to the community.
With the state shifting many of its resources to the Augusta area, Gov. Nathan Deal says Georgians should remain cautious, as ice could refreeze overnight.
Temperatures will rise above freezing Thursday, but officials say crews will continue to treat roads and ask drivers to stay off the roads until mid-day Friday.
Gwinnett Kidsignment sale changes schedule due to ice and snow event.
After a third wave of winter precipitation Wednesday, officials expect the thaw to begin Thursday in Gwinnett.
The annual mega consignment sale was closed for the first time in its 20-year history. Updates on shopping times will come later.
With people heeding the warning to stay indoors, Gov. Nathan Deal is pleased with the state’s response to the ice storm so far Wednesday.
Road crews are treating icy spots, but officials ask people to stay off of the roads during the ice storm.
President Obama declares 45 counties in emergency, as state and federal officials prepare for ice that could lead to hundreds of thousands of power outages and other problems.
A look at Gwinnett’s Emergency Operations Center, where officials will work to coordinate the response to this week’s winter weather.
Georgia DOT officials say snow isn’t sticking Tuesday, and they are working to treat roadways during the first of two waves of a winter storm.
Snellville’s mayor and council meets in a civil session Monday, and gives a nod to approval of a parliamentarian to help the council steer through its more contentious battle.
Motorists should be aware of black ice conditions on surfaces such as bridge decks and entrance and exit ramps.
Police in Lawrenceville responded to a lunchtime shooting at a Kroger store at 455 Grayson Highway where two people were injured and taken to Gwinnett Medical Center, and two persons of interest were detained.
Two waves of winter weather expected to come this week have state and local officials on high alert for ice and other dangers.
Classes begin March 27 for Snellville’s Citizens Police Academy.
A local state senator gives the daily devotion, and a local congressman gets kudos for his campaign financing bill.
Community leaders were heralded at Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce’s Annual Dinner Friday, including Citizen of the Year Lillian Webb.
A judge issued one restraining order in the Snellville lawsuit between the mayor and city council, but wants to hear more evidence before taking sides.
Agreements this week move forward a project to build a Walther Boulevard bridge over Ga. Highway 316, with safety enhancements for Georgia Gwinnett College students expected to traverse the route.
Jef Fincher is second to challenge Rep. Brooks Coleman in primary
Former Dollar General CEO David Perdue launches television advertisements for his 2014 campaign for U.S. Senate.
A $3.5 million project to realign Lilburn’s Main Street is expected to drive economic development to the city.
Commissioners receive a check from the state’s Local Maintenance Improvement Grant, and approve a contract to improve Sugarloaf Parkway’s intersection with Five Forks Trickum Road.
Volunteers are working to collect signatures of veterans of the 384th Bombardment Group from World War II, stopping in Lawrenceville Tuesday to allow Jim Armstrong to sign the metal piece of a B-17 bomber wing.
General Beauregard Lee, the South’s official weather prognosticator, did not see his shadow when he emerged at the Yellow River Game Ranch in Lilburn.
An open house to review the draft of Norcross’s new Comprehensive Plan will be held Feb. 6.
Gov. Nathan Deal’s detractors say Atlanta’s storm woes are a sign of poor leadership; Congressman Johnson named ranking member.
The council’s attempt to name a new facilitator at the outset of Friday’s meeting was over-ridden several times, with Kautz calling councilmembers out of order when they attempted to make a motion.
On the second day of school and government closings due to Atlanta’s winter storm, Gwinnett residents began to treat their cabin fever by venturing out.
Georgia DOT announces improvements in Northeast Georgia, the district that includes Gwinnett, although drivers are still encouraged to remain off of metro Atlanta roads.
Despite a lawsuit between the mayor and city council, Snellville’s elected officials will participate in a long-term planning retreat this weekend at City Hall.
Georgia Sens. Saxby Chambliss and Johnny Isakson, as well as Gwinnett Rep. Rob Woodall, agree with President Obama’s call for 2014 to be a year of action in his State of the Union speech.
Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal held a press conference Wednesday to update conditions and respond to critics over snow response.
With schools and many government offices closed Wednesday, officials hope to get a handle on metro Atlanta and Gwinnett roads after Tuesday’s snow.
Gwinnett and Lawrenceville officials announce that garbage service will resume Thursday, after a winter storm caused delays Wednesday.
State DOT officials warn that the winter storm will cause road conditions to deteriorate further throughout the evening.
Snellville’s council declines to take action on chamber of commerce and nominations, in light a lawsuit filed last week by Mayor Kelly Kautz
Snellville Sen. Don Balfour was surprised with a Skype converation with his son, serving in Afghanistan, as the Legislature celebrated Georgia National Guard Day Monday.
Residents and leaders look back at Snellville’s history of political feuding, as the mayor and council prepare to battle in court over the power to appoint its city manager and city clerk.
About 100 veterans turned out for U.S. Rep. Rob Woodall’s first veterans open house; Peachtree NORML releases a poll showing voters support decriminalization in Georgia.
The 2014 Youth Expo at Rhodes Jordan Park is open to all participants from coaches and team moms to churches and athletic associations.
Mayor Kelly Kautz filed suit against the members of the Snellville City Council Friday, attempting to win her way in a dispute over the city manager and city clerk.
More than 100 people turned out to a town hall meeting hosted by Congressman Rob Woodall in Suwanee Thursday, with people on both sides of the political spectrum vocal about the Obamacare.
Mark Williams of the Gwinnett NAACP says black should not be a “political pawn” in Snellville’s mayor/council controversies, while New Jerusalem Baptist Church Pastor Elijah Collins explains his actions during the council meeting earlier this month.