With a staff of stitchers, along with volunteers, costume designer Sydney Roberts has created an estimated one hundred full costumes and several hundred costume accessories for the Aurora Theatre’s production of “Mary Poppins.”
Republican candidates are making last-minute stops in Gwinnett ahead of the July 22 run-off election.
The Aurora Theatre and the Lawrenceville Downtown Development Authority invite the Gwinnett community to celebrate the arts with a Chalk Walk.
Salude, an upscale transitional care and short-term recovery facility celebrated a ribbon cutting Tuesday in Suwanee.
“The Little Mermaid” will run from July 8 through 13 at the Fox Theatre in Atlanta.
The Game Changers Tailgating Crew, known for its Smoked Dirty Bird, shares tips on grilling and smoking.
The Fourth of July holiday is the perfect time to fire up that grill.
Gwinnett County Parks and Recreation will host games and activities and give away prizes at various aquatic facilities from June 30 through July 4.
The heavy metal band Judas Priest’s fall tour will bring the band to Gwinnett.
An estimated 992,621 Georgians are expected to take to the roadways during the Fourth of July travel time period from Wednesday, July 2, to Sunday, July 6.
von Grey to perform at Buford Community Center
Four sisters from Alpharetta make up the band that bears their last name and will take the stage in Buford on Friday.
The OTC Comedy Troupe will perform Saturday at Lionheart Theatre in Norcross.
Fantasy Magic World is set to hold its grand opening Friday.
Gwinnett Medical celebrates opening of Strickland Family Medicine, welcomes family medical residents
Gwinnett Medical Center in Lawrenceville celebrated two milestones Monday.
Tiffany Ward and Kim Wholley opened a Suwanee fab’rik location last October and a Buford location in April.
Fantasy Magic World will open to the public Friday, July 27.
State agriculture Commissioner Gary W. Black is embarking on a week-long tour of farmers markets in recognition of Gov. Nathan Deal’s proclamation of Farmers Market Week in Georgia.
Gwinnett gets two comedy shows this weekend, one at Aurora Theatre and another at Gwinnett Performing Arts Center
Comedy shows will be performed at Lawrenceville and Duluth venues
The season finale of Aurora Comedy Nights will be held Friday followed by the Big Laughs Comedy Series on Saturday.
Rhetta Butler will perform in concert Friday at the Red Clay Theatre in Duluth.
Gwinnett Clean and Beautiful, an environmentally-focused nonprofit, held its 15th annual Great American Cleanup — Gwinnett Challenge from March through May.
Salude, which will offer 64 upscale, private rooms and bathrooms surrounded by indoor and outdoor features to set up an environment to promote health as well as recovery, is set to open in early July.
John VandenOever will share the spotlight with three of his children — Madison, Marshall and Halle, as the four have a role in “Harry Potter and the Obnoxious Voice.”
‘Harry Potter’ parody staged by New Dawn Theater has twists, turns
New Dawn is producing the play “Harry Potter and the Obnoxious Voice,” a parody of the series written by Jeannette Jaquish, select dates from June 13 through 29.
The annual Peachtree Corners Festival will be held Saturday and Sunday.
The IMPACT! Group was the recipient of $50,000, which will go toward its $2 million IMPACT! For Vets capital campaign focused on delivering much needed housing facilities and specialized services for veterans.
The Snellville hospital and Air Evac Lifeteam held a ribbon cutting ceremony Thursday afternoon to celebrate the beginning of the of their partnership.
Developer Jim Jacoby spoke at a meeting of the Gwinnett Municipal Association about plans to make the 160-acre OFS site the Atlanta Media Campus.
A residence in the 1200 block of Margo Trail in Lawrenceville caught fire Monday.
The Parsons Alley Farmers Market opened Thursday, June 5.
Located within Lake Lanier Islands’ 1,500-acre resort, LanierWorld offers Gwinnett residents a staycation option.
Surrounding state capital cities offer something for everyone
The Daily Post takes gives readers a look at the attractions in Columbia, S.C., Montgomery, Ala., Nashville, Tenn., Raleigh, N.C., and Tallahassee, Fla.
The tour included eight destinations, seven private gardens and the Lilburn Community Garden.
A profile of the Suwanee restaurant Naan Spicy.
Tannery Row exhibit focuses on concept of color, music, emotion
The exhibit is on display through June 21.
The Lilburn Woman’s Club is hosting garden tours at eight destinations Saturday.
Nathalie Dupree and Cynthia Graubart, authors of “Mastering the Art of Southern Cooking,” made an appearance Wednesday in Gwinnett.
County commissioners agreed to the purchase of 140.4 acres adjacent to the existing 566-acre Yellow River Park on Tuesday.
A $25,000 donation will go toward building a new playground at Little Mulberry Park.
Comcast Business Services has joined the Southwest Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce, becoming its 100th member.
Six grants — four $5,000 grants and two $15,000 awards — were presented Friday by the United Way Women’s Leadership Council.
The Daily Post gives readers a list of events to check out.
The bands BlackHawk and the Outlaws will play Wild Bill’s in Duluth on Saturday night.
The 2014 Moonlight & Music Concert Series begins with Beatles tribute band Abbey Road LIVE!
Incumbent Hank Johnson drew 55.37 percent or 15,144 votes to Tom Brown’s 44.63 percent or 12,208 votes in the race for District 4.
Results for Tuesday’s primary race for state Senate Districts 40 and 55.
Conservative radio talk show host Jody Hice and Mike Collins, the oldest son of former U.S. Rep. Mac Collins, appeared to be headed toward a runoff election following Tuesday’s primary election.
The Gwinnett County Public Library will host the luncheon June 4 at Garden Plaza.
About 60 volunteers turned out for the Great Gwinnett Stream Cleanup on Saturday.
Artist's exhibit uses found objects to show impact of discarded debris on oceans
Artist Pam Longobardi is the 2013 Hudgens Prize winner and her exhibit “What Once Was Lost Must Now Be Found: Chronicling Crimes Against Nature” is now on display at the Hudgens Center for the Arts in Duluth.
A profile on Sofra Restaurant and Lounge in Lawrenceville