Walmart expects to hire 200 people to work at its store in Norcross, scheduled to open this summer.
The Georgia Supreme Court ruled in favor of a bank in a foreclosure case in Suwanee that resulted in an eviction.
"Out To Lunch" is a periodic feature that allows readers to learn about the people behind the titles in Gwinnett County through a lunch-time conversation with a member of the GDP staff.
The city of Suwanee will have a pair of events on Memorial Day weekend. The University of West Georgia Concert Band will perform and an Atlanta Braves game will be shown on a big screen in Town Center Park.
With upbeat music, fireworks and Gov. Nathan Deal on hand, Primerica held a ribbon cutting for its new global headquarters on Friday afternoon in Duluth.
Donations are requested for the family of a Gwinnett County Sheriff's Deputy who died last week. He is survived by his wife and four children.
Atlanta Falcons Coach Mike Smith along with several players and cheerleaders went bowling on Wednesday night at Dave and Buster's to raise money for children with developmental disabilities.
Sinkhole discovered in northbound lanes of Ga. Highway 124 south of Henry Clower Boulevard in Snellville on Wednesday evening.
Gov. Nathan Deal and officials from the Georgia Department of Natural Resources and Governor's Office of Highway Safety toured the state this week to promote the new alcohol consumption law that went into effect on Wednesday.
A pan of grease left unattended was believed to have caused a townhome fire in Snellville on Tuesday night.
Aimee Copeland received new bionic hands on Monday, the first step in what shapes up to be a busy summer. Copeland is expected to do more research on kids who are amputees, and start a second graduate degree program in August.
This week is Food Allergy Week and the CDC released a study that said the prevalence of food allergies rises with income.
The Gwinnett County Public Library board approved a financial adjustment to its 2013 budget to purchase items for its summer reading curriculum on Monday.
A man wanted in Forsyth County tried unsuccessfully to flee from Gwinnett County police on Monday afternoon, which resulted in his death.
Police believe a man stabbed his girlfriend, then shot himself early Sunday morning in Snellville.
Vines Garden Railroad in Loganville held its seasonal grand opening on Saturday, which coincided with National Train Day. More than 200 people showed up to watch the trains travel over more than 1,00 feet of track.
The ninth annual Barefoot in the Park festival in Duluth attracted hundreds of people on Saturday as they browsed more than 50 artists' work under cloudy skies.
A Snellville monastery home to a dozen women offers a break from the hustle and bustle most people associate with Gwinnett and metro Atlanta. The contemplative nuns devote the majority of their lives to prayer.
Suwanee's Arts in the Park will have about 60 vendors, and many will conduct demostrations this week.
More than 260 teams and about 12,000 people descended on the Gwinett Fairgrounds on Friday to celebrate the annual fundraising event in the fight against cancer.
A Norcross lighting company has announced an expansion of its corporate headquarters by more than 20,000 square feet of office and warehouse space. The Gwinnett Chamber said it counts as a $3 million investment.
The Lawrenceville man who police say stole a Krispy Kreme truck from a Dacula gas station in February was indicted this week.
Gwinnett's Relay for Life event is scheduled for Friday night at the Gwinnett County Fairgrounds. The opening ceremony begins at 6:30 p.m. and the event also includes a survivor's lap, luminaria ceremony and closing ceremony.
Gwinnett Medical Center on Wednesday announced the creation of an Office of Research that will support sponsored research for internal departments at the hospitals in Duluth and Lawrenceville.
A reptile rescue organization pulled a three and a half foot gator from a Lawrenceville lake on Wednesday morning after neighbors believe it had been there for more than a year.
The Gwinnett Braves held a "Boston Strong" night on Tuesday to raise money for OneFundBoston.org. Former Boston athletes Matt Ryan, Jason Varitek, Dee Brown and Rodney Harrison were on hand to throw out ceremonial first pitches.
Eastside Medical Center in Snellville has launched a billboard and other public displays of its emergency room wait times. The hospital plans to launch a second billboard soon to help the "time-pressed consumer."
The teams at or near the top of the fundraising list in the Gwinnett County Relay for Life competition use unique and varied examples of events to generate more donations. They range from tricycle races, to pancake breakasts, talent shows and even a neon "reverse" prom.
The city of Suwanee has an exhibit on display from the Cold War that is 13 feet tall and weighs about 8,000 pounds.
Suwanee hosted its first "Food Truck Friday" event with a handful of vendors selling hot dogs, Cajun food and popsicles. The event also featured jazz bands from local high schools.
Loganville woman arrested for exploitation of a disabled adult less than a week after she was arrested for animal cruelty.
The Georgia Supreme Court announced that Hugh P. Thompson has been elected Chief Justice and will be sworn in on Aug. 15.
Gwinnett's Board of Commissioners continues a series of town hall meetings around the county at Grayson High School on Wednesday where residents asked questions and shared concerns.
A Lawrenceville man was arrested and charged with arson following a domestic dispute with his wife on Wednesday morning.
The Board of Commissioners held a town hall meeting in Suwanee on Tuesday night to hear from residents their thoughts and ideas regarding county government.
Gwinnett County officials and Briscoe Field have joined a Spokane, Wash. lawsuit against the Federal Aviation Administration regarding the decision to defund federal contract towers.
Atlanta-area Simon Mall locations, including the Mall of Georgia, will celebrate National Mom's Nite Out on May 9.
The first Food Truck Friday event in Suwanee is this week. The city will host food vendors from around metro Atlanta monthly throughout the summer.
A shoplifting suspect at Home Depot stole a Snellville Police car and crashed it into a pole outside the store after she bit store employees and officers.
The victim of a fatal one-car accident in Lilburn on Tuesday has been identified as a 61-year-old woman from Norcross.
A woman has been charged in an elder abuse case where the victim was handcuffed and shackled to a table when police officers arrived.
Georgia's jobless rate dropped in March to its lowest figure in five years. Employers increased hiring and decreased layoffs, according to the state labor department.
A grandmother and three grandchildren escaped a house fire in Lawrenceville on Thursday evening that was believed to have started in a garage by a child playing with matches.
Gwinnett Police are investigating a case of elder abuse after a 66-year-old woman was found by an exterminator handcuffed to the leg of a table lying on the floor of an apartment.
Attorney General Sam Olens announced the conclusion of an extensive tobacco trafficking ring that had ties to Gwinnett.
The Mall of Georgia announced the addition of a store that features unique interior design parties and a wide range of gifts for girls.
The Suwanee City Council on Tuesday considered an amendment to the city's signage ordinance to address LED lights.
Lilburn Police responded to a fatal one-vehicle accident on Tuesday afternoon on southbound Highway 29 and Indian Trail-Lilburn Road.
The Gwinnett County Police SWAT team was called to 1200 Spring Branch Court on Sunday evening after a domestic dispute turned into one neighbor pulled out a shotgun, then refused to leave his house.
A gas leak at Rockbridge Road and West Park Place in Stone Mountain temporarily shut down power in the area on Monday afternoon.