Gwinnett Technical College's Horticulture program is hosting its annual spring plant sale from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday the institution's greenhouse.
North Gwinnett High School's Annual Relay for Life Art Auction recently raised more than $6,200 in the fight against cancer.
Georgia Gwinnett College has signed its first memorandum of cooperation with a foreign university, opening doors to international academic exchange.
Transportation employees of Gwinnett County Public Schools were honored recently for their efforts.
Hundreds showed up Friday night to show support for a team of war veterans playing hoops against a group of pro and retired local athletes.
Communities from Gwinnett County Public Schools' District 1 came together Thursday night to talk about what's going on in local schools.
Thirteen-year-old John Deitsch is what you might call a prodigy among colleagues in the Southern Wings Bird Club, a group that meets monthly to discuss their hobby. Fellow members speak about the young teen with an air of reverence.
Gwinnett Technical College recently hosted 40 North Gwinnett High School biotechnology students, giving them an up-close-and-personal look at careers in the fast-growing field.
A memorial bench between White Oak Elementary and Lanier Middle schools was recently donated by the Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce as a monument to Griffin and Jake Prince, two brothers killed last summer in a boating accident.
Gwinnett County Police arrested an 18-year-old Berkmar High School student last week in connection with separate robberies, one of which involved a taser.
Students, parents, teachers and administrators from Gwinnett County Public School's District 4 showed up Tuesday evening to learn about the school system.
A Special Olympics track and field event for Gwinnett County Middle School students will feature Aimee Copeland and Buck Lanford as grand marshals.
On Friday, Peachtree Ridge High School will host the inaugural Final Four Friday Wounded Warrior Amputees vs. Atlanta All Stars Celebrity Challenge, an event that aims to demonstrate support for brave military heroes.
A Snellville man wanted in connection with the alleged stabbing death of his roommate has turned himself in to authorities in Northwest Florida, where he awaits extradition to Gwinnett County.
Two families were displaced after a kitchen fire badly burned their townhome residence.
One of three young men named as suspects in a Dec. 19 robbery and homicide was denied bond Monday morning.
The 18th class of the Gwinnett Neighborhood Leadership Institute graduated on March 23.
Four high school students have been selcted by Jackson EMC to spend a week in Washington D.C. this summer for national Rural Electric Cooperative Association's annual Washington Youth Tour.
Officials with Gwinnett County Public Schools met early Saturday morning to discuss the Fiscal Year 2013 budget.
Former Rep. Bob Barr announced Friday that he will seek the Republican nomination for the 11th Congressional District seat held by U.S. Rep. Phil Gingrey.
A colorful tribute to children who have died from pediatric cancer is on display through Saturday at Mall Of Georgia.
Students, parents and administrators showed up Thursday for District 2's annual area board meeting.
Officials with the Gwinnett County Public Schools Police Department celebrated the law enforcement agency's recertificiation on Thursday.
Teachers, students and administrators from Gwinnett County Public Schools District III gathered Tuesday.
Officials with Gwinnett County Public Schools on Tuesday released a projection of Fiscal year 2014 finances.
A local church and its congregation prepared for the start of Holy Week with a dramatic reenactment of the Last Supper.
Firefighters arrived to find a soapy mess floating atop four miles of the Alcovy River late Saturday afternoon.
The Rotary Club of Duluth is inviting the community to attend its inaugural downtown car show.
Firefighters stayed busy eary Saturday morning with two early morning incidents in northern Gwinnett County.
A club at Berkmar High School held a prom dress giveaway Friday for students.
Officials with Georgia Gwinnett College have selected an interim president.
During the annual meeting of the Teachers Advisory Council, board members met with the teacher-representatives, many of whom voiced concerns on a number of subjects including furlough days, salary increases and additional security at schools.
In a unanimous vote at Thursday's Gwinnett County Board of Education meeting, officials gave approval for construction of a high school that will relieve overcrowding at Berkmar and Central Gwinnett.
The county's only school for children with dyslexia and other language speech difficulties has moved into a new, bigger building, responding to its enrollment growth.
Gwinnett County Public Schools will have more than 60 student projects this week during the Georgia Science and Engineering Fair in Athens.
Through its efforts to design, build, maintain and operate for energy efficiency, Gwinnett County Public Schools this week earned the honor of being named Georgia's Green Ribbon School District.
Formerly the Blue Rooster Cafe of Lilburn, restaurant owners have moved their operations to Lawrenceville after a two-year hiatus from the business.
As a component of the Partnership Gwinnett Technology Forum, a renown innovator spoke on the topic of the Mobile App Economy, presented by Blue Wave Computing at Gwinnett Technical College's Busbee Center.
As Georgia Gwinnett College's charter president prepares to leave for a position with the Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce, his colleages reflect on his impact at the local learning institution.
The annual Grayson Day Race is coming up. All proceeds benefit the Grayson High School Cross Country Team.
Two Gwinnett County students dominated Friday during the state spelling bee. One of them will go on to the national competition in Washington D.C.
The GeorgiaFIRSTRobotics Peachtree Regional 2013 features 60 teams from all over the Southeast vying for the top spot in a competition that rewards the fine-tuned minds of young engineers.
With the president of Georgia Gwinnett College leaving soon to lead the Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce, the local learning institution and the Board of Regents will soon begin the search for a successor.
Three local students will represent the county Friday during the state spelling bee.
During a district-wide event Saturday, Gwinnett County families of students with special needs can learn more about how to support their children as they prepare to transition from K-12 to adulthood.
A Gwinnett County teacher has been selected as the Georgia Science Teachers Association teacher of the year.
City offficials have announced they have selected an artist to build a piece of permanent art at the newly-constructed roundabout.
Officials with Georgia Gwinnett College broke ground Friday on the $30 million Allied Health and Science Building.
A student with special needs was taken to the hospital early Friday morning after a school bus overturned.
Gwinnett Technical College alumnus and Alpharetta paramedic Matt Caswell recently led a team of firefighters and EMTs to save a man's life.