Three comedians will perform this weekend at the Lawrenceville theater.
It’s an in-the-round format, with several songwriters on stage at the same time, along with musicians, playing music and telling stories.
The top 35 riders in the world will go up against the top 35 bulls in the world.
Tico’s serves up authentic Cuban food, and all the recipes are three and four generations old.
The board held its first regular business meeting of 2014 on Monday.
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The event will highlight the green features of the center’s facility.
For the new year — and the new you — a Peachtree Corners resident and Reiki practitioner offers five ways to keep positive energy flowing through the body.
Take the SMART approach to making changes in the new year.
Carl Moulder, a lieutenant with the Auburn Police Department, has been named interim chief.
The store on Venture Drive is set to close in May
The Aurora Theatre is hosting the event, which includes a sneak peek of the theater’s latest production.
The organization held its annual awards dinner Thursday evening.
Repticon, now in its seventh year in Gwinnett, will be held Jan. 11 and 12.
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Mark Pitt’s tribute to the King is award-winning.
This Suwanee restaurant serves up authentic Jamaican cuisine.
The production opens this weekend at New London Theatre in Snellville.
Zandra Zook was last seen Jan. 6.
Ernesto Galvez, 31, was extracted Wednesday from the Chattahoochee River.
“Halt and Catch Fire,” a new show for the cable network AMC, is expected to film scenes in Gwinnet.
The ECoS Awards will be presented during an event Thursday.
Dunham will perform Thursday at Philips Area.
The cause of the fire is under investigation.
The board of trustees will convene for a voting session Monday, Jan. 13.
Amy Tippins will be riding on a float sponsored by One Legacy, an organ procurement organization.
The event will include a fireworks celebration at midnight.
The deadline to submit entries is Dec. 31.
Pexim, a domestic distributor and exporter of food products incorporated in 2009, is exporting to more than 30 countries.
The organization seeks to break the cycle of homelessness through a community-based transitional housing program that promotes self-sufficiency.
Marcus Guillory says he has a new zest and love for life.
The initiative, 111ProjectGA, is spearheaded by the ministry Promise686.
Fire trucks, an ambulance and a police car arrived at the Berkeley Lake home to check out the situation.
The victim received a gunshot wound to the leg.
The event was organized by Snellville resident and volunteer Carol Carson.
Crowds filled the mall Saturday looking for holiday gifts.
Overcomers House held its fifth annual holiday turkey basket giveaway Saturday.
The academy begins Jan. 23 and continues through May 24.
The 10-year-old Lawrenceville resident was one of 25 art students at Cobble Creek Studios who painted portraits of the vice presidents.
Postmaster Dennis Jones said people come from locations hours away to have their cards canceled on the post office’s old cancelling machine.
Lilburn police said the establishments sold alcohol to an underage decoy.
An Atlanta man is facing charges in Gwinnett County.
BUFORD — There was a large police presence in the toy section of the Hamilton Mill on Walmart on Thursday evening.
The donation, made by Clyde and Sandra Strickland, is designated for family medicine residency education.
Recall Holdings Ltd. has officially demerged from its parent company and has become an independent, publicly-traded company.
Jae Jun Bae of Duluth was indicted Dec. 3 on five counts of wire fraud and one count of bribery
The seller told police she didn’t realize the bills were fake until the suspects were gone.
Thousands of toys have come through the facility.
The organization is seeking sponsors for children and donations of new, unwrapped toys for boys and girls ages 2 to 15.
The man had been in court answering a summons for driving without a valid license and drove away following his court appearance.