Grayson celebrates Veterans Day
Grayson vs. Brookwood high school football
As Veterans Day approaches next week, the thought of “all gave some and some gave all,” comes to the forefront of many people’s thinking — especially former members of the military.
Lions come up short in Class A state volleyball finals
Wolves back on top after four years
Duluth vs. Collins Hill high school football
DULUTH — In an effort to continue to make improvements in and around the city, the Duluth city council is also taking a look at its zoning code and land development regulations.
Archer Tigers vs. South Gwinnett Comets football game
The contest was originally designed to get both businesses and residents involved. While no residents chose to participate, 22 businesses made scarecrows and have had them on display for the last three weeks.
Wesleyan advanced to the quarterfinals of the Class AA state volleyball tournament with a three-game 25-6, 25-12, 25-5 victory over Laney on Tuesday.
Archer Tigers football at Berkmar Patriots
There wasn’t much discussion on agenda items during Monday’s city council meeting, but Duluth mayor Nancy Harris did take time to address the concerns of many on transparency of the city’s government as it’s related to the recent firing of former city manager Tim Shearer.
Panthers, Rosser knock off Dacula in 8-AAAAAA game
North 1, Collins Hill 0
More than 1,500 people showed up to Saturday’s fourth annual Grayson Blues and Brews Craft Beer Festival.
Tigers improve to 6-0, adding to breakout season
The state of Georgia is celebrating pre-K week and first lady Sandra Deal got in on the action Thursday as she visited Discovery Point Child Development Center No. 3.
It’s that time of year again and United Way started with a bang Tuesday morning during its yearly kickoff breakfast at Sonesta Gwinnett Place. The event was held as a way of getting United Way supporters excited about the contribution campaign and encourage them to do more.
Peachtree Ridge stays unbeaten with lopsided victory
Public safety is a top priority in Snellville, and the city wanted residents to know that during Tuesday’s Public Safety Night.
The mayor and city council discussed changes in current false alarm fees during Monday’s city council work session.
A recap of Saturday’s prep sports action.
Buford won the Gwinnett County volleyball championship.
Norcross vs. Duluth football
Tyler Droll developed Dicho for the iPhone, which was released it in July.
Emory University graduate Sean Murphy started his company Procurri, a high-end data center equipment company, in Norcross.
The city of Peachtree Corners will enter into a franchise agreement with Comcast once the final details are worked out after the city council approved the transaction during Tuesday’s regularly scheduled meeting.
After losing lead in second half, Archer responds with game-winning drive
Duluth City Council OKs zoning code, regulations contract
Tigers pick up home victory over East Coweta
Defense guides Peachtree Ridge past Parkview in season opener
The Lawrenceville Tourism and Trade Association recognized some of its best and brightest in the community during the Golden Hammer Awards on Thursday at the Gwinnett Medical Center Resource Center.
After starting the season 1-6, the Broncos had to make a statement in Tuesday’s game. And a statement they made.
The giant hole in the ground next to the Red Clay Theatre is a sight for sore eyes in downtown Duluth. On Monday, the Duluth City Council discussed what to do with the space.
Baker, Dale score goals for Grizzlies in victory over SCAD
Grizzlies open up the men’s soccer season at home
The mayor and City Council voted to approve an agreement with Gwinnett County for the use of inmate labor during Tuesday’s regularly scheduled meeting.
More than 9,000 students began the 2013-14 academic year Monday during the first day of classes at Georgia Gwinnett College.
Georgia Gwinnett College students ‘March Through the Arch’ during a ceremony on Thursday night at the school.
The Gwinnett Municipal Association hosted its bimonthly meeting Tuesday in which county and city officials signed SPLOST agreements for 2013.
The Duluth City Council awarded a bid to IMG for the city wayfinding sign package during Monday’s city council meeting.
In an effort to build a healthy community, the Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce hosted the second annual Button Down Dash 5K and Fun Run on Saturday.
Thanks to the Military Warriors Support Foundation, Kevin Werline can call himself a homeowner as the non-profit organization present he and his wife Holly with keys to a brand-new home in Lawrenceville during the Birdies for the Brave golf tournament Friday at TPC Sugarloaf.
Sales from Wellspring Bag Days go to support Well Spring Living, which aims to confront the issue of childhood sexual abuse and exploitation through awareness, training and treatment programs.
Lilburn hosted its fourth-annual National Night Out Against Crime Tuesday at Lilburn Park, helping get the word out about taking back the neighborhood.
Education is the way to the future. For Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Roddy White that belief is what holds true and it shows as his Keep the Faith Foundation held a back-to-school giveaway.
Shigang Yang has been in business in Duluth for five years at Yang’s Table Tennis Academy, a place he hopes one day produces a member of the U.S. Table Tennis Olympic team.
The Quick Trip located at 3225 Peachtree Corners Circle will be torn down with a new, more modern station in its place.
Over the last two years, the Gwinnett County Animal Shelter has dropped its euthanasia rate from 65 to 29 percent.
A group of young people from the ogranization World Changers are spending the week in Sugar Hill doing mission work, including helping folks in need with yard work and other help they need.