LAWRENCEVILLE -- Anthony Pinder is a man with a big mission: Internationalize Georgia Gwinnett College's campus.
On his first trip to Africa, Phillip Haynes said he was shocked by what the people of the Rwandan village of Gihara asked for.
ATLANTA -- Gwinnett County residents Stacia Burke and Alexander Lopez recently completed the best summer job they say they ever had.
Suwanee recently received a piece of history from the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks.
LAWRENCEVILLE -- Gwinnett commissioners were briefed Tuesday on a recommendation for how to use federal housing dollars next year.
LAWRENCEVILLE -- There are still a couple of weeks before kids have to be back in the classroom, but some teachers are in school this week.
The support Gwinnett County Public Schools counselors provide to their students every day recently brought national distinction to four Gwinnett schools.
Bethlehem Christian Academy has earned accreditation that recognizes it as a school that meets the standards necessary for quality education in an authentic Christian setting.
When McClain Hermes set a collection goal for the second year of her Shoes for the Souls project, her dad issued her a challenge.
Amos Alligator is late for everything and puts things off until the last minute. Ollie Orangutan has a hard time following directions. Edie Elephant gets upset when others make fun of her enormous ears.
Gwinnett County resident Deborah Doyle worked a full-time job with a good salary for 14 years. But a year and a half ago, her employment situation changed.
DACULA -- Think it's hot outside? Try strapping on about 50 pounds of firefighting gear and going into a burning building where temperatures can exceed 1,000 degrees.
LAWRENCEVILLE -- Gwinnett Technical College, recently honored with the county's first Green Reach Award, is now registering for a range of courses, seminars and workshops on energy conservation, sustainability and green building practices for business professionals in construction and related fields.
NORCROSS -- A 33-year-old Norcross man faces federal charges after he allegedly attempted to purchase an underage girl to have in his possession for a year, according to a news release from the Georgia Bureau of Investigation.
AT&T has activated a new cell site in Lawrenceville that is expected to enhance network coverage for area residents and businesses, the company announced Tuesday.
The Gwinnett Mosaic Rotary Club is letting the community decide which nonprofit organization will receive its sponsorship for a year.
For the Mosley family of Powder Springs, going to an annual district convention at the Arena at Gwinnett Center is like attending a big family reunion -- with 8,000 fellow Jehovah's Witnesses.
The state Board of Education is expected to OK Ivy Preparatory Academy as a locally approved charter school.
Instead of watching the Atlanta Braves game on TV Saturday night, the Buchanan family went to Suwanee Town Center Park.
The Fourth of July fireworks in Braselton, one of the town's most popular events, is changing venues this year.
Gwinnett Technical College is poised to help the county become the first Certified Work Ready Community in the metro Atlanta area, school officials told the director of the Governor's Office of Workforce Development on Wednesday.
Gwinnett County schools are joining with the Dallas-based George W. Bush Institute to focus on developing quality school principals.
The Georgia Classical Association selected a Gwinnett County Public Schools educator as its teacher of the year.
The Food Service Ministry has teamed up with the Lazarus Project to serve free meals to people in need on Friday evenings.
Melanie Kinard signed up her children to participate in a swimming lesson Tuesday at the Bethesda Aquatic Center, but when she saw there was a section for adults, she decided to participate, too.
Georgia Gwinnett College had an economic impact of $130.6 million on the Gwinnett region during the 2009-10 fiscal year, according to an economic study recently released by the Selig Center for Economic Growth.
LILBURN -- Beth Hines, who lives on Lake Lucerne, is glad to see pedestrians have a safe way to cross the Yellow River at U.S. Highway 78.
SUWANEE -- Suwanee's city manager said Friday the claims laid out in a lawsuit accusing former Mayor Nick Masino of sabotaging a land deal were "factually inaccurate."
On Tuesday night, Tara Tomlinson will curl up on the couch with her family to watch the third season premiere of "Cupcake Wars."
Settles Bridge Farm in Suwanee has accused a top official at the Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce of sabotaging a sales agreement to prevent a private Catholic school from building on the property, according to a lawsuit filed earlier this month in Gwinnett County Superior Court.
Georgia Gwinnett College has expanded its campus across Ga. Highway 316.
Gwinnett County and the city of Lawrenceville have partnered together to rebuild a road that will lead into a renovated Rhodes Jordan Park.
The Gwinnett Village Community Improvement District will soon extend a sidewalk along a heavily traveled thoroughfare.
A top administrator at Georgia Gwinnett College has been tapped to serve as interim president of Georgia College and State University in Milledgeville.
The Gwinnett Environmental and Heritage Center Foundation will host a free screening Friday of a new film, "Green Fire," a documentary about conservationist Aldo Leopold.
Snellville resident John D. Stephens was elected Tuesday as the new chairman of the Georgia Gwinnett College Foundation by its board of trustees
A series of telephone town hall meetings will allow members of the Atlanta Regional Transportation Roundtable to involve residents in selecting transportation improvements for the Atlanta region.
BUFORD — The Gwinnett Environmental and Heritage Center Foundation will host a free screening Friday of a new film, “Green Fire,” a documentary about conservationist Aldo Leopold.
A typical day for Emma D'Agostino includes breathing treatments in the morning and at night and exercise through an Irish dance class or a bike ride.
Two years ago, the Gwinnett County Sheriff's Department was selected by the National Institute of Justice to test a body imager that used radio wave technology to detect items concealed under clothing.
Lane closures that began Monday night on Interstate 85 will continue throughout the week as construction crews install overhead signage for the new express lane system, according to the Georgia Department of Transportation.
Grayson residents Greg and Tammy Shumate recently established an annual scholarship fun in memory of Greg's mother, Linda.
Georgia Gwinnett College's student chapter of the Association of Information Technology Professionals recently capped a year of impressive firsts with a celebration on GGC's campus.
LAWRENCEVILLE -- A planned pool filter upgrade at the Collins Hill Aquatic Center will save water and energy at the county facility.
Kaiser Permanente of Georgia is planning a major expansion of its current medical office in Duluth, which will bring about 100 new jobs to the county, the company announced Friday.
LAWRENCEVILLE -- Georgia Gwinnett College has extended the deadline to apply for fall classes to July 1 in response to a flood of applications received so far.
Two incoming freshmen from Gwinnett County have been selected to receive the Foundation Fellowship, the University of Georgia's premier undergraduate scholarship.
The final tour for May will take place at 2 p.m. today, and tours are tentatively scheduled to continue through June.
DULUTH -- Initially, T'Arica Crawford didn't want to go to Lanier High School.Photo slide show, link to post your photos inside
DULUTH -- Patty Heitmuller waved goodbye to students as they rode off in yellow school buses Friday afternoon for the last time in her 31-year career.