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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
The Republican from Snellville is facing an indictment on several charges, including theft by taking.
Georgia Department of Drivers Services announces online account service to allow people to fulfill the requirements to reinstate their licenses.
Nancy Jester, a former DeKalb school board member, announces a race in the 2014 Republican primary for state school superintendent.
A month after undergoing a mammogram on Good Morning America, journalist Amy Robach, a Brookwood High School grad, reveals a breast cancer diagnosis.
Monday’s Veterans Day ceremony marks the 10th anniversary of the Gwinnett Fallen Heroes Memorial in Lawrenceville.
In addition to its annual events with Santa and its Polar Express Experience, the Southeastern Railway Museum has partnered with the Duluth Historical Society to offer more this Christmas.
2014 campaigns heat up, with Congressional candidates Donna Sheldon and Jody Hice beefing up campaigns, U.S. Senate candidate Michelle Nunn unveiling website, and Gov. Nathan Deal’s campaign responding to Democrat challenger Jason Carter, President Carter’s grandson.
Officials expect a citizens group to soon begin deliberations on transportation projects to be funded by a SPLOST extension, approved by voters last week.
Don Hughes, who worked at an Army laboratory and blood bank in World War II, talks about his service and his life this Veterans Day.
State Sen. Jason Carter, grandson of President Jimmy Carter, will run as a Democrat in the 2014 race for governor in Georgia.
Officials discuss Tuesday’s special election on a county SPLOST extension, which brought less than 10 percent of the electorate to the polls
U.S. Sen. Saxby Chambliss, the Georgia senator who is vice-chair of the Senate Intelligence Committee, talks about the plan to fund intelligence gathering in Washington.
Gwinnett’s newest legislator will be decided in a Dec. 3 runoff, after Chuck Efstration and Teresa Cantrell garnered the most support Tuesday.
Voters decided to continue a one-percent sales tax to fund Gwinnett government projects, extending the tax for three years.
Turnout was light at Gwinnett County polls, as voters made their thoughts known on a county sales tax referendum.
Officials decide to slow down and consider more public comment on a proposed town center on land purchased along Peachtree Parkway.
More than two dozen runners began a more than 500-mile trek to Tampa to raise awareness for Operation One Voice, a charity that helps the families of fallen special forces officers.
About 250 came out to last weekend’s Gwinnett GOP chili cook-off, which leaders hope to make an annual event.
To increase safety of road crews working on a widening project, the Georgia DOT has lowered the speed limit on Ga. 20 in Sugar Hill beginning Monday.
Quilts will be on display at the 2 p.m. Nov. 10 event at Lilburn City Park.
Low turnout expected for Tuesday’s referendum on an extension of the Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax.
Church officials have hired a commercial real estate broker to provide options on the future of the Simpsonwood Retreat Center land.
Partnership Gwinnett’s annual Redevelopment Forum, held Thursday in Lawrenceville, is the largest of its kind in the Southeast.
Five men are vying for the three seats available on Berkeley Lake’s City Council, including one incumbent Scott Lee.
Nov. 5 referendum will catch Gwinnett’s newest city, Peachtree Corners, up on the use of special financing for redevelopment.
During a Gwinnett Tea Party event Wednesday, supporters and opponents of the county’s Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax proposal met in a forum to inform voters prior to the Nov. 5 vote.
Sabrina Smith claims a Common Cause Georgia honor, while the Greater Gwinnett Republican Women take a top prize.
Language was stripped from the House version of water legislation, which passed last week, to help Lake Lanier in the water wars.
Drivers will get a break in the Broad Street project, as work shifts to streetscaping.
Three candidates say they will not attend a Tuesday night forum sponsored by Citizens for a Better Snellville.
With the resignation of Donna Sheldon, a Nov. 4 special election will decide who will become Gwinnett’s newest legislator. Teresa Cantrell, Chuck Efstration, Tim Puckett and Todd Tyson will square off on ballots.
Proposal for a school emergency system for sales tax draws emotional response from voters in the Nov. 5 Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax referendum.
On Saturday, Duluth hosted a kid-friendly event by day with an adults party in the evening, complete with a zombie flash mob for Halloween.
A Snellville City Council forum will be held Tuesday, with a sales tax forum slated for the following night.
Police are investigating the crash between a tractor-trailer and a passenger vehicle, where the car was engulfed in flames and the driver died on scene.
UPS partnership with Merck allows for temperature-controlled distribution of vaccines
Officials celebrate the expansion of a Suwanee UPS distribution center, as well as a partnership with Merck allowing for the temperature-controlled distribution of vaccines and other pharmaceuticals.
A judge dismissed a lawsuit claiming then-Chairman Charles Bannister’s 2010 arrest on DUI charges was politically motivated.
Alfie Meek, who was Gwinnett County’s economist until two years ago, returned to the county at a Chamber of Commerce luncheon Thursday, talking about the still sluggish economy.
Advanced voting begins next week for cities
While cities will wait until next week to open the advanced voting period for this fall’s elections, Gwinnett residents can vote in the sales tax referendum and House race beginning Saturday.
People hoping to meet the 2014 U.S. Senate hopefuls can come out to the GOP chili cook-off set for Saturday in Norcross.
As work begins to heat up on the long-awaited widening of a stretch of Ga. 2 through Sugar Hill, leaders sign off on the widening of a half-mile stretch of the road in Buford.