A local man from Hoschton has created a contraption called the Grabby, which aims to help people when carrying several items at once.
Ever been curious why there are goats roaming the grass above Buford Dam?
Established in 1993, the Gwinnett County Master Gardeners Association is an educational non-profit adult volunteer group that participates in a wide variety of community projects. Most recently, the group awarded a $500 grant for 110 plant markers at Vines Park. Other parks that have benefited from the group’s efforts include Bethesda Park Senior Center, George Pierce, Little Mulberry, McDaniel Farm, Pinckneyville and Tribble Mill Park.
After winning first place in the individual category at a southeastern qualifier hosted by Chateau Elan in April, Nowak was invited to the national event at the end of June.
Army Sgt. Michael Vanscoy and his family saw their new home for the first time Wednesday afternoon: a mortgage-free donation by Wells Fargo and part of Operation Homefront.
Four residents of Dacula were displaced after an electrical fire badly damaged their two-story Wilding Green Lane home.
The Allied Health and Science Building at Georgia Gwinnett College is coming along, officials say.
A school supply fundraiser is scheduled for Aug. 2 to help support underprivileged children in the area.
Cisco has awarded Gwinnett Technical College a $100,000 grant to fund the college’s Accelerated Learning Program, which provides academic support to students entering college to improve their academic progress and further their success at the college level.
Three local students offered a little advice for incoming freshman. They said it’s useful information no matter where you attend college.