While Robert Vogel III retains a council seat, Donna Scouten lost to William B. Ackworth in Tuesday’s election.
The city of Winder is looking into allegations of irregularities in the way a test was administered within the police department.
The 18-wheeler will be at the Grayson and Hamilton Mill library branches this week.
The project was completed during a recent daylong workshop by 25 art students ages 7 to 17.
Headquartered in Springfield, Mass., the Georgia office for The Dennis Group LLC joins two additional field locations in Utah and California.
Auburn voters can cast their ballots at Midway United Methodist Church, 215 Kilcrease Road in Auburn.
Children, many dressed in costume, were able to fish at “Spooky Lake,” participate in a pumpkin ring toss and play other games to win candy and prizes.
Duluth voters will cast votes for two city council posts Nov. 5.
A year ago today, Oct. 29, the toddler suffered a traumatic brain injury outside his day care center when a tree limb fell on his head.
The DAISY Award recognizes nurses for their extraordinary efforts.
The three candidates who did not attend said they had conflicts keeping them away but sent representatives to deliver prepared statements.
The 23-year-old was arrested Monday at a Lawrenceville location.
Cathy Longino is recovering after treatment for a diagnosis of IDC in June.
The Special Olympics of Georgia’s 2013 Horse Show was held Oct. 11-13.
The day recognizes a growing movement dedicated to encouraging individuals and organizations to “go the extra mile.”
The company has announced a commitment to hiring 1,000 veterans by 2015.
The video is the 2013 entry for the Pink Glove Dance Competition, sponsored by Medline, a manufacturer of health care supplies.
The Germany-based company held a grand opening for its Lawrenceville facility Friday.
The suspect was captured on surveillance video at Kroger using the victim’s stolen credit card.
The treasure hunt will be part of the bookstore’s Autumn Literary Festival on Saturday.
The city received three awards during the association’s conference in September.
Three-year-old Tripp Halstead was in ICU Tuesday after doctors removed multiple fluid pockets from his brain.
Several athletes competed in dressage, showmanship, equitation and trail riding.
During its eighth annual Circle of Hope Awards Dinner, the nonprofit organization will recognize several individual physicians and practices.
The Breast and Diagnostic Center is also hosting a special lunch and learn Thursday, Oct. 31.
The Gwinnett hockey team played its first game of the regular season Friday night.
The annual Frontier Faire, celebrating the site’s history, will be held from 10 am. to 5 p.m. Saturday.
The robberies targeted Asian business owners.
Woods attended a Meet the Authors event Wednesday hosted by the Gwinnett County Public Library.
Candidates for city council participated in a forum Tuesday evening.
Police believe Robert Bell is in New Orleans, La.
Robert Craig Sandman was arrested during a drug raid in Albuquerque on Monday.
The Pete Pike Museum is located at The Family Tree Garden Center in Snellville.
Rhonda Knight’s story is the subject of an upcoming episode of “Surviving Evil” on the Investigation Discovery channel.
The 24-hour event runs through 7 p.m. Saturday.
The family of Bryan Ritzert is now offering a $5,000 reward for information leading to an arrest and conviction in the case.
A private real estate equity firm based Las Vegas is reportedly acquiring the Duluth property.
The 50-year-old Auburn resident had been missing since Sunday.
The Pet Revolution will include pet adoptions, educational seminars, a vaccination and microchip clinic, a 5K and more.
The hospital is the only participant from the state of Georgia.
A total of 18 animals were determined to be living in unsanitary conditions without clean food and water.
Preston Williams, CEO of the Gwinnett Center and Explore Gwinnett, was in fair condition Tuesday at Gwinnett Medical Center.
Wayne Hill and his wife Carolyn have been honored by the Community Foundation for Northeast Georgia.
Preston Williams was in fair condition Monday at Gwinnett Medical Center.
Peachtree Corners residents Sal Brownfield and Eve Hoffman have collaborated on a exhibit and book, both titled “A Celebration of Healing.”
Carla Murrath, a Buford resident, wants to be an advocate for women diagnosed with breast cancer in their 30s.
Having completed rehab therapy for lymphedema, Nita Woods said her quality of life is much improved.
Gwinnett Medical Center’s Cancer Support Center will go beyond the diagnosis and treatment of cancer, getting to the root of emotional support for patients and their families.
Paulette Zinkann is the cancer program coordinator at Eastside Medical Center in Snellville.
An elderly woman was killed in a collision Friday afternoon at at Peachtree Industrial Boulevard and South Waterworks Road.