Lawrenceville resident Jennifer Esping, 47, is retiring after 21 years owning the Hallmark store off Riverside Parkway.
Seventeen local Girl Scouts earned the highest achievement in Scouting this year.
A list of events happening in and around Gwinnett County.
The Norcross arts organization Kudzu Art Zone has a special exhibit on display at the Gwinnett Historic Courthouse where viewers are asked to cast a ballot for their favorite piece. A People’s Choice Award will be presented at the close of the exhibit.
The radio station Q100 and The Bert Show will be selling affordable prom dresses during an event at Gwinnett Place Mall. The sale will benefit an organization that raises awareness and works toward the prevention of eating disorders.
St. Patrick’s Catholic Church in Norcross held an Ash Wednesday service in which ashes were lightly smeared on parishoners’ foreheads. Ash Wednesday marks the beginning of Lent.
Indran Indrakrishnan is a board certified gastroenterologist practicing at Gwinnett Digestive Clinic PC in Lawrenceville and is a clinical professor of medicine at Emory University. He requested that the governor issue a proclamation declaring March Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month in December.
Gwinnett firefighters responded to a home Monday evening where the chimney had caught fire.
Ranger, a black Labrador Retriever, was found on the side of Ga. Highway 211 after he had been struck by a motor vehicle. He was rushed to a veterinarian but was already deceased.
Eddie Beard, 71, won $1 million playing the Georgia Lottery’s 20th Anniversary Extravaganza. He purchased his winning ticket at a Buford convenience store.