Enrollment numbers continue to increase across the board at Gwinnett Technical College.
Gwinnett County Public Schools will be closed on Friday due to road conditions on secondary streets.
The Jackson Electric Membership Corporation has released the contractor crews brought in to assist with power restoration so that they can assist other electric cooperative south and east of Atlanta that have been hard hit by the storm.
Thousands of Gwinnett residents experienced power outages Wednesday morning as the winter storm packed with snow, sleet and freezing rain descended on the area.
Gwinnett County Public Schools CEO/Superintendent J. Alvin Wilbanks said deciding whether to call school off for snow is one of his most difficult decisions.
Gwinnett County Public Schools officials announced that school on Wednesday would be closed because of the impending winter storm.
Georgia Power, Jackson EMC and Walton EMC are preparing crews for the expected winter storm. They also offer tips for what to do if power is out in your area.
Gwinnett firefighters conducted a Jaws of Life exercise for on Monday that related to several Maxwell High School of Technology groups.
J. Mack Robinson’s business ventures included car sales, insurance, banking and fashion industries, died late Friday night. He was 90.
Pinckneyville Middle is one of several Gwinnett schools that are equipped with language labs that are designed to help students learn a foreign language by speaking it in a relaxed environment.
The Atlanta Regional Commission recently recertified Suwanee as a Green Community.
For the first time in school history, the Greater Atlanta Christian School Mock Trial team won the Region 9 title at the Lawrenceville Region Mock Trial competition.
Gwinnett County Public Schools honored its Counselors of the Year on Friday as the district’s 700 counselors gathered for a breakfast at the district office.
The Gwinnett School of Math, Science and Technology received its largest number of registrations in its history, so there will be a lottery on Monday to determine the school’s next freshman class.
The U.S. Department of Education awarded Georgia a $16 million grant to continue efforts to turn around their persistently lowest-achieving schools. The DOE awarded similar grants to five other states and the District of Columbia.
A group of Russian doctors visited Gwinnett this week as part of the Rotary Group Study Exchange Program. They toured the Gwinnett Medical Center and Gwinnett Technical College among other sites.
State School Superintendent John Barge visited Couch Middle in Grayson on Thursday for a Principal’s Honors Roll Breakfast that honored about 100 students who recorded straight A’s for at least one semester.
A Phoenix High teacher offers a video production and digital media course in a flipped classroom model that allows him to spend more one-on-one time with students.
Former astronaut Col. Shane Kimbrough visited Simpson Elementary on Tuesday and shared his experiences on his visit to space in 2008, and answered questions from students about space and being an astronaut.
Providence Christian Academy named removed the interim principal label from Ken Hunsberger’s title as he was the consensus choice of a search committee.
Gov. Nathan Deal announced a severe weather task force less than a week after a winter storm stranded thousands of motorists on interstates around Atlanta.
Hull Middle School, coached by Teresa Hawkins, is the 2014 PAGE Academic Bowl for Middle Grades state champion, as the competition celebrates its 30th anniversary season.
The Suwanee Police Department will offer its Citizens Police Academy from 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. Tuesday evenings beginning Feb. 18 at the Police Training Center at 2966 Lawrenceville-Suwanee Road.
A fifth-grader from Lawrenceville Elementary lost an election for school council president, wrote Barack Obama for advice, and received a letter back from the White House.
A Collins Hill High assistant band director will perform a trumpet solo as part of the Super Bowl pre-game show on Sunday.
The Yellow River Game Ranch’s mascot Gen. Beauregard Lee is preparing himself for the big day. Not the Super Bowl — Groundhog Day.
Gwinnett County Public Schools officials reported a smooth return to school on Friday after two snow days.
Gwinnett County Public Schools will be open on Friday as principals have worked with maintenance personnel to check facilities and surrounding areas making sure all is set to welcome students.
Greater Atlanta Christian School was closed on Wednesday and Thursday but school is still in session as students used a web-based communication portal to access assignments from wherever they are and communicate directly with their teachers.
The Gwinnett County Animal Welfare & Enforcement Services has been officially announced as a challenger in The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Rachael Ray $100,000 Challenge.
Metro Atlanta’s unemployment rate decreased to 6.8 percent in December, down two-tenths of a percentage point from 7.0 percent in November.
There will be no school for the GCPS system on Thursday.
Gwinnett County Public Schools officials said buses were delayed in delivering students at home on Tuesday because of the inclement weather, but everyone arrived home safely, and many on time.
Wintry precipitation arrived in the Gwinnett area around lunch time on Tuesday as several area schools made decisions about after-school activities and plans for Wednesday.
Snow arrived in Gwinnett early this afternoon as grassy areas showed accumulation and transportation officials cautioned motorists to watch for black ice.
The winter storm approaching the Gwinnett area has caused several schools to close early today and on Wednesday.
The National Art Honor Society named Osborne Middle’s Dallas Gillespie as National Junior Art Honor Society Sponsor of the Year.
Lawrenceville Police responded to a fatal shooting near Phoenix High School Monday afternoon where two other people were injured.
Tickets go on sale next week for the fourth annual Suwanee American Craft Beer Fest.
Students from Lanier High in Buford were named Georgia’s winner of the Verizon Innovative App Challenge, a national competition in which students develop a mobile application concept that addresses a need or problem in their local schools or communities.
A meeting is scheduled on Monday to discuss the future of land once owned by Ludie Simpson, but now known as the Simpsonwood Retreat Center in Peachtree Corners.
Nearly 200 volunteers turned out on Saturday morning for Gwinnett Clean and Beautiful’s annual “Bring one for the Chipper” event to recycle live Christmas trees at Bethesday Park in Lawrenceville.
Several Atlanta Braves and coaches visited the Academy Sports + Outdoors in Snellville on Friday to meet with fans and sign autographs in their annual tour through Braves Country.
Mill Creek High held a leadership seminar on Thursday with guest speaker former NFL player Keith Nord.
The Tannery Row Artist Colony is hosting the third annual High School Art Exhibit from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Saturday.
Georgia’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate decreased to 7.4 percent in December, down two-tenths of a percentage point from a revised 7.6 percent in November.
The Gwinnett Neighborhood Leadership Institute students are hosting an informational session for parents on teen cyber-bullying at Creekland Middle School next month.
The Gwinnett Convention and Visitors Bureau at Board of Directors’ meeting on Wednesday approved plans to move forward with the mixed-use project around Coolray Field.
Annandale Village in Suwanee has received an $800,000 gift from a Thomaston businessman toward its capital campaign.
Nine people in Gwinnett have died because of the flu since Oct. 1, and it’s widespread across Georgia.