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.
The Duluth mayor and City Council discussed architectural services for the Red Clay Theater during Monday’s work session.
LAWRENCEVILLE -- For 30 years, businesses have come and gone in Gwinnett County, but for Dr.'s J.J. and Meena Shah, their medical practice has lasted because of its core principles.. With a focus on providing quality care, even on weekends, the Shahs have grown the Gwinnett Clinic to 20
On Monday morning, Mayor Mike Mason gave his first State of the City address for Peachtree Corners, Gwinnett’s newest city.
Buford resident Kim Wiley honored her late brother-in-law by continuing his work with World Bike Relief, a decision that took her to Africa in May to make the dontations and tour the school named in Bill Keith's honor.
Fans came from all over to watch Beyonce perform at the Arena at Gwinnett Center on Friday night.
On Saturday, Karin Slaughter helped kick off her latest book release in the U.S. at the Barnes & Noble in Peachtree Corners, talking to her fans about her latest book "Unseen."
It may have come a few days late, but that didn't deter Loganville residents from celebrating Independence Day with its annual parade Saturday in downtown Loganville.
LOGANVILLE -- Former Loganville Mayor Ray Nunley had a vision for the city and for a town green.. On Wednesday, that vision came to fruition as the city officially dedicated the Ray Nunley Pavilion as a part of the town green. And just in time for the Fourth of July
Peachtree Corners City Council Meeting
PEACHTREE CORNERS -- Residents of the city of Peachtree Corners spoke at a public hearing on the proposed FY2014 budget during Tuesday's city council meeting.. The budget proposed has the city spending $3.8 million this year, up $1.1 million from the city's first year.. In potential revenue, the city expects
Thousands of people gathered as the Atlanta Falcons hosted the first Tailgate With the Falcons. The event featured many of the same tailgaters you see
A man was arrested Friday evening after his Nissan Pathfinder lost control and crashed into a gas pump at a CITGO station.
Manta Ray swim team shows support for cancer victims
DULUTH -- The city of Duluth approved the city's FY14 budget during Monday's city council meeting.. The budget projects $70,810,893 in expenditures. The general fund is slated to receive $20,382,390, which funds operations of all city departments. The capital projects fund will receive $45,788,763 and includes projects such as the
Kenny and David Irons are putting to use the tools they gained in college, working with the next generation of athletes.
In years past, Grayson has been known to be a force running the football. However, at Thursday and Friday's 7-on-7 national select qualifier at Gary Pirkle Park, the Rams have shown they can throw the ball around.
Hundreds of kids and families kicked off their summer during Kids Fishing Day at Jones Bridge Park on Saturday.
North Gwinnett defensive end Dante Sawyer has narrowed it down. He has a top four for college, but he's still unsure of where he will go.. By the end of summer, however, Sawyer feels like he'll be ready to choose between Alabama, Georgia, Auburn and Tennessee.. "It's all going to
LAWRENCEVILLE -- After a day of offensive explosions, Norcross got a huge defensive effort in the championship game of the Gwinnett vs. Georgia 7-on-7 Tournament, beating Kell 17-12 to take the title.. Ridwan Issahaku, who moved from quarterback to cornerback, came up big with an interception early and
Across the county, locals are buying fresh produce and other products at Gwinnett's farmers markets.
The Moonlight and Music Concert Series returned to Lawrenceville on Friday as locals and businesses alike benefited from the annual summer tradition in downtown Lawrenceville.
Falcons players fish with wounded vets.
PEACHTREE CORNERS -- The mayor and city council voted to accept a local maintenance and improvement grant from the Georgia Department of Transportation during Tuesday's city council meeting.. The 2013 grant deadline has already passed, but the city can still receive the $128,785.90 as long as it can come up
From "Fast Five" to "Anchorman 2", Buford company Atlanta Waterjet has made its mark. The compnay is one of many from the county and state that will participate in the Georgia Manufacturing Exop on June 8.
Washington Farms, located off Ga. Highway 20, is in the middle of strawberry season. With the end of the season in mid-June, hundreds of locals like Henderson and Bailey make treks to the farm to enjoy in family fun.
PEACHTREE CORNERS -- "Baby killer" was a term Larry Colburn became accustomed to being called on his return from Vietnam in 1969. After some of the atrocities committed by some U.S. soldiers, every service member returning from Vietnam heard the same words.
CALHOUN -- Greater Atlanta Christian had its chances.. But in the end, the Spartans couldn't put the ball in the back of the net as Calhoun forced a scoreless Class AA state semifinal matchup into penalty kicks, where it won 4-2.
ACWORTH -- For 90 minutes, No. 9 Brookwood went toe-to-toe with No. 1 Harrison, playing to a scoreless tie through regulation and overtime.. In the end, penalty kicks doomed the Broncos as they fell 4-2 to end the season at 16-5.. "I told the girls they have nothing
DULUTH -- The Duluth City Council held a public hearing on the budget for the 2014 fiscal year during Monday's city council meeting.. The budget, presented by City Finance Manager Ken Sakmar highlighted various items of importance to the city.. In total, the city is expected to spend $75,136,532 through
Berkmar came into Saturday's soccer quarterfinal matchup with North Cobb feeling like itwould be the better team. The Patriots just didn't know how much better they would be.
Norcross led most of both games in Thursday's second-round doubleheader with Walton. However, big innings late in the game by Walton proved costly as the Raiders swept the series 6-5, 7-6.
Brookwood and Centennial looked as if they were going into overtime tied 1-1 in their second-round state playoff game Wednesday.
MARIETTA -- For 6 innings, the South Gwinnett defense made all the plays behind starting pitcher Adrian Martinez.. However, an error on a two-out grounder in the bottom of the sixth helped lead to three Walton runs as the Raiders prevailed 5-2 to end South's season.. "It's a tough
Burn ban now in effect.
Fonseca comes up with clutch hit for Broncos in Game 1 victory