The last-minute filing spree caused people to rush to the post office on April 15 to file income taxes.
Police identify the officer shot during last week's hostage standoff as Sgt. Jason Teague, a 17-year veteran of the Gwinnett Police Department.
Former Commissioner Mike Beaudreau is OK after participating in the Boston Marathan Monday.
Volunteers needed for advisory positions related to the Metropolitan North Georgia Water Planning District.
In its first full year, volunteers contributed nearly 1 million hours as part of the county government's Volunteer Gwinnett program.
Residents enjoyed the Art on the Chattahoochee Festival Saturday at Jones Bridge Park.
Unusual protest planned for Monday to make a political point about tax loopholes.
Investigators believe an unattended candle started an apartment fire early Saturday in Duluth.
Pilots talk about safety, other issues involved in airport tower closure possibility.
Pollen levels near record high Thursday, although rain is expected to wash it away.
State Rep. Donna Sheldon announces a race for Congress for the 10th District seat currently held by Senate candidate Paul Broun. Chuck Efstration files paperwork to campaign to replace her in the state House.
AgSouth Farm Credit bestowed a $500 grant on the Lilburn Farmers' Market, and shoppers will receive reusable shopping bags.
Tripp Halstead went through surgery Friday.
Congressman Hank Johnson addresses the immigration reform issue at a forum Thursday.
Lake Lanier has reached its full level for the first time in two years.
Senate President Pro Tem David Shafer says ethics bill will change the culture of the General Assembly; immigration forum to be held Thursday.
A light crowd comes to the first of a spring series of town hall meetings with the Gwinnett Board of Commissioners.
Commissioners warned that assessment notices will be inaccurate due to a state law issue.
Former Commissioner Curtis McGill tells current board members the southern Gwinnett area needs attention.
Duluth Police Lt. Jackie Hood completes the FBI National Academy Program.
Town hall session scheduled for Tuesday; group continues to protest congressman.
Rep. Brooks Coleman, the Duluth man who chairs the House Education Committee, says this is a "great budget year for schools systems."
Brief filed this week in the state Court of Appeals, calling for the second indictment against former Commissioner Kevin Kenerly to be thrown out.
Loganville Rep. Tom Kirby introduces state fair taxation act on final day of 2013 session.
Congressman Phil Gingrey enters the GOP race to replace U.S. Sen. Saxby Chambliss.
Vice Mayor Dan Curry announces he will run in a special election for mayor, called after the health-related resignation of Ray Nunley.
LOGANVILLE — Ailing Mayor Ray Nunley will not finish his term at the helm of Loganville, officials said.
Commissioners approve an agreement with the Fort Daniel Foundation, giving public access to the historic site.
A look at the maintenance of fire hydrants in Gwinnett, which costs about $680,000 a year.
A Gwinnett lawmaker is working on a reciprocity law for driver's licenses.
This year, 94 percent of eighth-graders with Gwinnett County Public Schools passed a state writing test required for promotion to high school.
After a Gwinnett County traffic stop, an illegal immigrant argues that the safe harbor provision in the driver's license statue is discriminatory, but the Supreme Court rejects the argument.
Despite bleak news from Gwinnett Place Mall, leaders say the area can thrive even if the mall continues to suffer.
Sen. Renee Unterman shepherds four bills through the Senate last week, including measures on regulating pain clinics, helping victims of human trafficking, leveling the HOPE playing field and helping park rangers. Yarbrough appointed to juvenile justice board.
Norcross's "Spring Clean-Up and Recycling Day" is planned for March 30.
Gwinnett County Airport's air traffic control tower remains on an FAA closure list due to federal budget sequestration.
Officials host a public information meeting about a proposed expansion to Interstate 85's high-occupancy toll lanes.
The district attorney's office is investigating a former commissioner's expense reports.
Counteroffer comes for Sugar Hill in naming marketing scheme.
Contract to demolish defunct water and sewer facilities increases by half-a-million dollars to $1.2 million.
Georgia House passes bill to decrease the level of boating under the influence and increase boater education, after the death of local boys on Lake Lanier last year.
Policy proposals introduced by teen members of Georgia Governor's Commission on Teen Driving during a presentation in Buford Monday.
Promoters of Sugardaddie.com try to convince Sugar Hill officials to change the city's name as a promotional tool.
The National Angel Quilt dedicated to children who have died from pediatric cancer will be on display at the Mall of Georgia March 28-30.
Restoration work on Berkeley Lake dam delayed by rainy weather.
Public hearing on toll lane extension proposal scheduled for 4 to 7 p.m. Thursday at the Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce in Duluth.
Georgia Gwinnett College’s charter president will leave the Lawrenceville campus to lead the Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce.
Sheldon shepherds bill through the House on Crossover Day; Chambliss joins Instagram.
Lilburn Councilman Tom Wight plans to begin a six-month hike along the Pacific Crest Trail in April.
Bank of America and the Military Warriors Support Foundation hand over the keys Tuesday to a Dacula home, given mortgage-free to a wounded veteran and his family.