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.
Three local students offered a little advice for incoming freshman. They said it’s useful information no matter where you attend college.
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.
Two financial officials at a local college offered up some advice for students as they prepare for their first day.
Honors programs at Georgia Gwinnett College offer more so much more than advanced classes for students at the local institution.
This is a list of colleges that serve students in Gwinnett County.
Following a recent decision by Gwinnett County Public Schools officials, those who pass a stopped school bus are likely to get caught red handed.
The principal of a local alternative school led Gwinnett County Public Schools officials on a tour Thursday afternoon of the new facilities.
Gwinnett County residents can attend two free concerts this weekend.
A Lilburn teen is one of 12 young people who represented the United States earlier this month during the 2013 Junior Orienteering World Championship in the Czech Republic.
Much of what Stanley "Stas" Preczewski learned about the working world he gleaned from his time as a rowing coach at Cornell University.
The city of Duluth is inviting locals of all ages to come out and play in a "sea of bubbles" July 19-20 on the town Green.
A Collins Hill High School student recently travele to the Dauphin Island Sea Lab on Dauphin Island, Ala., to particiate in a month-long residential high school marine science course.
During a recent visit to Children's Healthcare of Atlanta to cover a story, Post reporter Frank Reddy recalled his own stay at Egleston as a child. He remembers some special visitors who made a big difference to the brave children at the hospital.
Too many drinks out on the lake? Time to turn over the keys to Lake Lanier's designated driver. For a fee, he'll drive his small boat out to your vessel and take the helm.
The local makers of a documentary about America's manufacturing sector celebrated the start of a cross-country tour that started Friday morning in Gwinnett County.
Two local women have penned a book that helps fellow moms cope with the separation anxiety that can stem from having children attending the United States Military Academy.
Georgia Gwinnett College sophomore David McAlexander has received a $1,000 Chick-fil-A Leadership Scholarship.
Michael Menelas is the first Georgia Gwinnett College cadet to be appointed to the U.S. Military Academy at West Point.
The local makers of a documentary about the decline of America's manufacturing sector are kicking off a 32-day tour through 32 different cities on Friday at CoolRay Field.
Officials with AAA say that motorists will likely get a break on gas prices on July 4 and through the weekend.
Gwinnett County Public Schools students will be able to enrolle next school year in three technical education programs that are now industry certified.
The city of Duluth is seeking applicants to create a Duluth Public Arts Commission.
During a meeting earlier this month, officials with Gwinnett County Public Schools recognized nine students for 13 years of perfect attendance at school in grades Kindergarten through 12.
A University of Georgia and Brookwood High School graduate talked Thursday about his six-game winning streak on Jeopardy!, which aired last week.
A local soccer team, which was robbed less than two weeks ago, is on its way home from a victorious trip to a regional championship. The group of young men took time however to help clean up the homes of victims affected by the Moore, Oklah. Tornado.
A local businessman has started a new website which aims to show travelers potential hidden fees in their hotel and resort bookings.
As part of "Dawgs Day of Play," football players --and Gwinnett County Public Schools graduates -- David Greene, Jon Stinchcomb and Matt Stinchcomb visited with kids Wednesday morning at Children's Healthcare of Atlanta.
Students in Gwinnett County once again outperformed state averages this year in all content areas at all grade levels on the Criterion-Referenced Competency Tests.
Lawrenceville Police said a vending truck ran a red light at Lawrenceville-Suwanee and Old Norcross roads about 12:15 Monday causing a collision.
Vacation Bible School, that American summer tradition involving arts, crafts, snacks and Christian values, is often a leading outreach tool for area churches.
The grand opening for a new Business Incubator and Co-Working Facility in Grayson is scheduled for June 27 at 438 Grayson Parkway, Grayson.
Two teams representing Sweetwater Middle School have achieved highest honors in the 2012-13 WordMasters Challenge, a national vocabulary competition involving nearly 150,000 students.
The Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development announced recently that it has selected 25 educators from around the world for the 2013 Emerging Leaders Class. Among them: Shiloh High School's principal.
Officials with Gwinnett County Public Schools heard from leaders of the Community-Based Mentor program this week, a group which assists at-risk middle school-age black males to foster their social and academic development.
The first day of summer means a lot of different things to a lot of different people. To Dorothy Moon, it's a time when her vast variety of daylilies are in full bloom: an expansive strip of vibrant colors that line much of the family's front yard.
In a unanimous vote Thursday night, the board of education voted to hike the millage rate by 1.30 mills over the previous year.
Board of education members Thursday night approved the $52 million purchase of district headquarters in Suwanee, ending a years-long lease with a private investment group.
A group that aims to strive for better air quality is encouraging Gwinnett County residents this weekend to "dump the pump" in an effort to raise awareness about transit options.
Celebrity Tyler Perry wrote a $5,000 check this week to a local soccer team, which was robbed less than two weeks ago. It's the latest in an outpouring of support for the Phoenix Red Boys, which are part of the Gwinnett Soccer Association.
Gov. Nathan Deal announced Tuesday the names of 58 Georgia teachers who have earned the Master Teacher certification, a desigation awarded based on demonstrated excellence in student achievement and student growth for 2013.
Members of the Gwinnett Soccer Association got a free lunch Monday compliments of Church's Chicken. After learning that funds had been stolen from the team during a car break-in June 9, the corporation reached out and donated $4,000. The team's coach said the community as a whole has been supportive following the incident.
Melissa Huneycutt, a teacher from Brookwood High School, was recently selected to the 2013 LearnZillion Dream Team. She'll join 200 others from across the country who were chosen for the honor, for which she won an all-expense paid ticket to San Fransicso to attend a conference for fellow winners.