Georgia DOT approves a $553,000 contract to install six ramp meters along entrances to I-285 in DeKalb and Fulton.
Georgia Fair Share organizes protest at Gwinnett school on furlough day, asking for a solution to sequester.
Sabrija Alic, 22, died after running off of a Lawrenceville Road Sunday.
Lilburn will celebrate Arbor Day with a tree-planting ceremony Saturday March 16 at City Park.
County officials applaud stop to cell tower, fee bills; college officials object to guns on campus.
Commissioners agree to settlement terms on a condemnation case and a billboard case.
County approves expansion of senior services, including more meals, rides to medical appointments and a satellite center.
Rachel Little excited to get to work as new GOP chair; Crist serves as House "Chaplain of the Day."
Christopher Tomlinson nominated to become executive director of the State Road and Tollway Authority.
Road realignment key to Lilburn town center plans.
U.S. Reps. Woodall, Broun explain votes on appropriations bill Wednesday, with sequestration cuts; GOP prepares for convention Saturday.
Gwinnett's stormwater authority opposes a House bill that would keep governments from assessing non-tax fees on property tax bills.
Sen. Curt Thompson, D-Tucker, introduced legislation to strengthen vehicular homicide penalties after the death of an 18-month-old baby in a Gwinnett park.
County to pay rent for Georgia State Patrol office on Pleasant Hill Road.
With new car title tax, county officials expect 3,500 to 5,000 car value appeals each year.
Sen. David Shafer introduces two constitutional amendment proposals to shift the state toward a sales tax funding structure.
PEACHTREE CORNERS -- A local church is offering help to veterans, hosting a special presentation to help those who served in the military to learn about benefits from the Veterans Administration.. The free event is scheduled for 10 a.m. Friday, March 14 at Christ the King Lutheran Church, at 5575
U.S. Reps. Johnson, Woodall and Broun all unhappy about the across-the-board spending cuts that became affective Friday.
Lane closures to occur along I-85 and Pleasant Hill for diverging-diamond interchange project.
The State Senate unanimously passed a bill Friday aimed at improving boater safety after tragic deaths at Lake Lanier last year.
Legislators work to change the title tax law the day it takes affect.
Sheriff Butch Conway says federal cut-backs on illegal immigration could lead to an increase in crime.
City leaders may have found another solution for a proposed apartment development.
State funding potential for bus system.
Early poll for U.S. Senate race reveals Lt. Gov. Cagle has statewide lead; potential candidates for Congressional race.
Norcross, Gwinnett governments come to an agreement on the purchase of the city water and sewer system, although the city will ask for public opinion before finalizing the deal.
Crime statistics from the past five years show major improvement in the Gwinnett Place area, where a business group has invested in clean-ups and security patrols.
Lane shift expected this weekend for interchange project at Ga. Highways 316 and 20.
Commissioners officially requested legislators help to impose a $10 technology fee on traffic tickets.
Commissioners and legislators meet Monday at the Capitol, discussing a controversial cell tower plan and other local issues.
The Georgia House of Representatives took a step Monday to "change the culture of state government," overwhelmingly approving a bill to ban lobbyist spending.
When millage rates are set this summer, a new set of service districts is expected to mean an increase in overall taxes for most Gwinnettians.
A year after voters balked at a regional sales tax to fund transportation, voters are expected to consider an extension to the local county sales tax program.
Diverging-diamond interchange under construction at Pleasant Hill Road and Interstate 85 expected to open this summer.
SNELLVILLE — A Snellville resident is the featured artist in this month’s Art on the Wall at City Hall program.
Congressman Jack Kingston stopped by the Daily Post on Friday to talk about a possible run for the U.S. Senate in 2014.
It’s no wonder Rohan Ramdeholl had a hard time spelling “tremulous.”
Thanks to a new state law, tax officials expect to see a lot more credit cards at the tag office this year. And calculators. Maybe even tissues.
A reception will be held Feb. 28 in honor of Snellville's artist of the month, Sally Arnold.
Briscoe Field is on a list of airports whose air traffic control tower could close as a result of federal sequestration.
House, Senate conference committee to decide if Georgia Gwinnett College funding remains in state budget.
Lawrenceville officials are offering help and incentives to clean up communities during the Great American Clean-up Gwinnett Challenge.
Georgia State Senate expected to consider its version of the 2013 budget with funding restored for Georgia Gwinnett College.
The National Service has issued a flood watch for much of Georgia through Saturday.
MoveOn.org group plans gun protest in Lawrenceville; Harp seeking chairmanship of state GOP.
Disability advocacy group pushes for more post-secondary education options for people with intellectual disabilities.
More toll lanes could be coming to Gwinnett, but this time a public comment period could actually change the discussion.
U.S. Rep. Paul Broun hosts his first town hall meeting in Gwinnett since the boundary lines shifted on his district.
City slated to purchase its first bit of land in an effort to stop the development of apartments.
Commissioners discuss proposed legislation that could effectively strip the county's power to deny the placement of a cell tower in a residential area.