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.
Students and parents braved cold weather conditions and snow flurries Wednesday morning for Walk to School Georgia.
It was an emotional evening for families Tuesday during the New Life Academy of Excellence charter lottery for new kindergarten students.
Things are looking way better this week for students, staff and administrators at Georgia Gwinnett College as they await the governor's approval: a signature that could restore $2.7 million in funding.
The state superintendent recently presented an Archer High School student with an award for her leadership with Future Busines Leaders of America.
Firefighters are still on the scene of a blaze in the basement of a downtown Lawrenceville business.
Members of the Kiwanis Builders Club recently volunteered at the Wellsrping Living Store in Duluth.
An annual district celebration of the arts takes place during Youth Art Month at the school system's headquarters, which is located at 437 Old Peachtree Road, NW, in Suwanee.
Schools from all over Gwinnett County celebrated Read Across America Day on Friday, event which also marks the birthday of Dr. Seuss.
A leader has been named to serve as the Gwinnett County Public Schools chief operations officer.
Administrators and council members at Chattahoochee Elementary sought to immortalize the name of the Duluth school's first principal, Jane Coomer.
Business, school and community leaders on Thursday honored the county's STAR students and teachers.
A project planned out by students in the North Gwinnett cluster that brings together different cultures is scheduled for 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday at Suwanee Town Center Park.
On its second health inspection in the last two weeks, a food court at Georgia Gwinnett College made a passing score.
Officials recently disciplined 10 students at Dacula High School after one of them allegeldy brought marijuana brownies to school and handed them out.
Across-the-board budget cuts at the federal level could affect Gwinnett County Public Schools, according to Superintendent J. Alvin Wilbanks.
Administrators from Gwinnett Technical College and the Georgia Institute of Technology on Monday briefed leaders from healthcare, education and business about the colleges' Health Information Technology education partnership.
A food court at Georgia Gwinnet College failed its inspection report last week after the health department found several violations.
Amy Clement, a music teacher at North Gwinnett Middle, was recently honored by the Georgia Music Educators Association as a recipient of the organization's volunteer of the year award.
Enrollment at Georgia Gwinnett College continues to rapidly increase, but the institution's ability to keep up its current growth rate hinges on the completion of its Allied Health and Sciences building.
Despite continued budget cuts and fewer employees, officials with the local school district said they strive to keep up the same quality of education.
The hard work of two local artists will be on display beginning March 2 at the George Pierce Park Community Recreation Center.
SUWANEE — Three students from Collins Hill High School dominated the field in a physics food photography contest sponsored by Fernbank Science Center in Atlanta.
Knight Elementary is looking for a few good volunteers to help school leaders construct an outdoor classroom and show students the value of gardening. The Lilburn school recently got a grant to build garden and lecture areas outside the facility.
Two artists will showcase their work from March 2 through May 31 at George Pierce Park Community Center.
Visitors stopped by the Gwinnett Center Friday afternoon to check out the science and engineering projects of some of the county's best and brightest.
When it was learned that a 10-year-old girl at B.B. Harris Elementary needed a bone marrow transplant, fellow students rallied to help her family pay for it.
All of the district's high schools, Buford High School and two charter learning institutions were named AP Honor Schools by the College Board.
Officials dedicated a new street that cuts through the campus of Georgia Gwinnett College in honor of one of the school's charter cabinet members.
Gwinnett County Police are looking for a white man in his late 40s who allegeldy walked into a Duluth bank Monday and demanded money with a threatening note.
Georgia's largest regional event for science learning continues to grow with the 2013 Gwinnett County Regional Science and Engeineering Fair expecting its highest levels of student participation.
The Gwinnett Leadership Council of the American Cancer Society recognized volunteers for outstanding service Tuesday during its annual luncheon.
A new statewide campaign, Georgia's Future Now, seeks to give the community a better understanding and more input into how the education system works.
A local First Lego League team recently visited Noble Village.
Before taking the SAT or the ACT students should take the following into consideration.
The city of Grayson is accepting vendor applications for the annual Grayson Day Festival.
Georgia Gwinnett College's director of admissions says juniors and seniors planning to attend college should go ahead and start thinking about the admissions process as well as applying for financial aid.
A man who fled Gwinnett police last month on suspicion of abducting his son died in a high-speed crash after he smashed his vehicle into an empty patrol car. (Dashboard video inside)
More than 2,500 arrived Saturday morning in Snellville for the 19th annual Run the Reagan event. (Photos and results inside)
Young baby sitters-in-training attended a course Friday at Gwinnett County Fire Department headquarters that taught the basics of child care.
In a public ceremony Thursday morning, a local man thanked his colleagues and Gwinnett County Firefighters for saving his life.
Members of a local Episcopal Church visited the campus of Georgia Gwinnett College on Wednesday, administering ashes to students beginning the season of Lent.
A donation of $10,000 has been presented to the Gwinnett County Public Schools Foundation scholarship fund by Peach State Federal Credit Union, formerly Gwinnett Federal Credit Union.
South Gwinnett High School student Cheyanne Osoria is a finalist in the honors choir for the 2013 American High School Honors Performance Series at Carnegie Hall.
The city of Duluth is looking for an artist to help advertise its inaugural BeerFest Duluth: Brews and Tunes event.
Local birding enthusiasts recently spotted North America's rarest goose in a Suwanee pond.
Officials with Gwinnett County Public Schools honored hundreds of counselors in the district early Friday morning -- an annual gathering that also recognizes an elementary, middle and high school counselor of the year.
Over the past 10 years, Duncan Creek Elementary's Dayna Alkire-Barr has bolstered the natural gymnastic tendencies of local students by running the district's only tumbling team: a group of students who perform at half-time during local basketball games.