The man had been in court answering a summons for driving without a valid license and drove away following his court appearance.
Churches in Lawrenceville and Norcross invite Gwinnett residents to attend their performances.
Two Gwinnett families are hoping to have their Christmas wishes filled.
Anyone who attends the Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament and brings along a new, unwrapped toy will receive a free souvenir package upgrade, which includes a program and a banner and a behind-the-scenes DVD for every group.
The forum Monday was moderated by Sen. Renee Unterman.
The lighting of the city’s tree was complemented by the presence of the jolly olf elf.
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Civil Air Patrol’s Gwinnett Composite Squadron will be placing wreaths Saturday, Dec. 14, at the Marietta National Cemetery.
A crowd gathered Wednesday night at Thrasher Park in Norcross for the third annual event.
The organization provides support and resources for families who have medically fragile children.
A lieutenant also resigned, and two other officers were fired.
In close races, Marsha Anderson Bomar and Jim Dugan retained their council seats in Duluth’s runoff election.
Bob Dixon drew 376 votes to his challenger’s 323 votes to secure another term on the Winder City Council.
Drives are scheduled at a number of locations in Gwinnett.
The Thankgiving holiday travel period was from 6 p.m. Wednesday to midnight Sunday.
Christy Jordan is the author of “Come Home to Supper.”
Incumbent Bob Dixon is facing challenger Lorin Sinn-Clark.
Small Business Saturday is a relatively new initiative. It was started in 2010 by American Express and encourages consumers to shop at local, small businesses the Saturday after Thanksgiving. Last year, according to the National Federation of Independent Businesses, consumers spent more than $5.5 billion dollars at small and independent businesses on Small Business Saturday.
The fire was contained to three storage units but sent smoke throughout several others.
The book is a collection of 19 articles covering a wide range of plant-based related topics, and 100 percent of revenues from sales of the book go to a nonprofit organization that seeks to prevent cruelty to farmed animals and promotes compassionate food choices and policies.
Last year, according to the National Federation of Independent Businesses, U.S. consumers spent more than $5.5 billion dollars at small and independent businesses on Small Business Saturday.
Residents will head to the polls Dec. 3 to elect candidates to two council seats.
Tree lightings start as early as Thankgiving Day and continue through Dec. 8.
Quilts of Valor are presented to combat service members and veterans by the national Quilts of Valor Foundation in gratitude for their service.
The accident occurred off Arcado Road in Lilburn Wednesday afternoon.
The National Weather Service is predicting snow before noon Wednesday.
Winners from an office pool claimed their prize Nov. 20.
Over the past summer and into the fall, Rachel Whitehead spent more than 84 hours working on a project to earn her Girl Scout Gold Award, the highest award a Girl Scout can receive.
The event will be held Tuesday, Nov. 26.
The duo performed Friday night before an enthusiastic crowd.
Remberto Argueta and William Espinoza were convicted Friday on several charges.
The event will be held Sunday at Lawrenceville Presbyterian Church.
The department has been recognized for “professional excellence in policy and practice.”
The fire occurred about 6:40 p.m. Tuesday.
While regulations allow on-street parking in most places within the city, the new policy and application process would allow residents to petition the city to consider restricting on-street parking in residential areas.
The event will include exhibits and presentations.
The library system’s Board of Trustees approved the addition if the grant monies to the respective budgets during its regular business meeting Monday.
The Georgia Campus of Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine held its ceremonies Sunday.
The county is celebrating America Recycles Day.
The incident occurred at a Lawrenceville residence.
The Gwinnett Environmental and Heritage Center hosted its sixth annual Civil War Holiday on Saturday at McDaniel Farm Park in Duluth.
Paul Bennett has been found not guilty of homicide in the boating deaths of two Buford brothers.
The national organization that assigns area codes will begin using the 470 area code for the region.
The 10-year-old Lawrenceville child suffered a tragic death allegedly at the hands of her father and stepmother.
According to police, the two suspects made off with thousands of dollars worth of cigarettes.
Maloof Family Chiropractic in Lawrenceville is supporting the Duluth Cooperative Ministry throughout the months of November and December.
To qualify for the First Families Program, residents must prove the lineage from their early ancestors in Gwinnett to present day.
The fourth annual outreach event A Day of Hope was held Saturday on the lawn of the Gwinnett Historic Courthouse.
Kudzu Art Zone and the Tanzania Global Team, a ministry of Perimeter Church in Johns Creek, have partnered to present “The Karansi Project: Transforming a Village from the Bottom Up.”
The Gwinnett County Veterans Day Ceremony will be held at 11 a.m. Monday at the Gwinnett Justice and Administration Center.