Gwinnett County Board of Education member Louise Radloff was released from Glancy Rehabilitation Center on Thursday as she continues physical rehabilitation from a broken neck.
Gwinnett County Board of Education members on Thursday toured the new location of the Gwinnett Online Campus, which has seen its enrollment grow since it opened in 2011.
After the recent enrollment report that surged past projections, Gwinnett County Public Schools officials said they would hire more than 30 new teachers.
Several dozen Parkview High students signed pledges on Thursday to participate in the 2013 AT&T “It Can Wait Program” drive about not texting while driving.
Gwinnett Technical College named its 2013 Adjunct Instructor of the Year on Wednesday.
The promotion of Gene Taylor, who was briefly named Berkmar High principal late last week, was nixed by the Atlanta school board.
Gwinnett County Public Schools Superintendent J. Alvin Wilbanks gave his annual “State of Schools” address to the Gwinnett Chamber on Wednesday.
The Flying Biscuit Cafe in Norcross is closed again after the latest health inspection score was 59, up from 40 last week.
The city of Suwanee plans to launch a mobile app at its Suwanee Day festival on Saturday. The app allows citizens to make service requests and check upcoming event schedules.
Gwinnett Technical College has scheduled an open house for health science programs on Oct. 3.
Two Gwinnett County Public Schools counselors who each work in the Lanier Cluster, were recently recognized as top professionals in their field by the Georgia School Counselors Association.
The Suwanee Police Department will offer its Citizens Police Academy from 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. Tuesday evenings beginning Oct. 1 at the Police Training Center at 2966 Lawrenceville-Suwanee Road.
Archer High softball players visited Cooper Elementary on Friday afternoon to read to students.
Gwinnett Technical College now has more than 7,000 students, a 5.3 percent increase from last year.
Less than a year after he left Gwinnett County Public Schools, Gene Taylor is coming back, this time to Berkmar High.
An open house at Georgia Gwinnett College for prospective students is scheduled for Oct. 19.
The city of Suwanee recently was approved to be nominated to be placed on the National Register of Historic Places. The centerpiece of the 67-acre area is Pierce’s Corner, a Suwanee landmark.
Gwinnett Tech hosted a panel discussion of a new chapter of Women in Technology on Thursday. There were tech leaders from Cisco, Georgia Power, LAN Systems and NCR at the event.
Statewide archery season opens on Saturday and runs through Oct. 11, although hunters may hunt deer with archery equipment through the entire deer season.
Gwinnett County Public Schools announced its annual Teachers of the Year awards for 130 schools on Thursday. It’s the first step in a 5-step process to find the district-wide Teacher of the Year.
A delegation of 20 Korean Educational Administrative staff members visited Killian Hill Christian School in Lilburn on Wednesday. It was a follow up visit for the Korean administrative team, who last year placed some of their teachers at Killian Hill school for observation.
Gwinnett County Board of Education member Louise Radloff moved to Glancy Rehabilitation Center in Duluth on Tuesday, six days after she suffered a broken neck while picking up bread to be distributed to a Co-Op.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has released a study about nutritional and tobacco policies and physical education. In Gwinnett, district officials said the district has received several accolades for initiatives that have exceeded USDA guidelines such as the Farm 2 School program.
Eastside Medical Center and H2U-Health to You Program will host a community health screening next week for blood sugar, cholesterol, cardiac risk factors and stroke assessment.
A nonprofit organization is promoting the story of a Dacula boy for Childhood Cancer Awareness Month.
Students at Hopkins Elementary reported a suspicious person believed to have a gun near the school’s soccer fields, but police and officials gave an all clear in less than an hour.
Gwinnett County Public Schools invites the community to participate in a review of instructional materials.
Gwinnett County Public Schools reported an enrollment of 168,696 students, 2,029 students more than the district forecast. It’s the largest gain in a single year since 2007-08.
The city of Snellville on Monday ended a moratorium on assisted living group homes, and approved a request for proposal for a project at Oak Road Park.
Gov. Nathan Deal last week announced that 107 schools — 27 in Gwinnett — were awarded medals in the 2012-2013 Governor’s SHAPE Honor Roll program. This program began last year as a way to promote Georgia SHAPE, an initiative launched by Deal calling on teachers, schools and students to help combat childhood obesity.
The city of Suwanee is hosting again this year the Southern Circuit Tour of Independent Filmmakers. This series of six independent films will be shown September through April at the Movie Tavern.
Long time Gwinnett County Public Schools Board member Louise Radloff suffered a cervical fracture in her neck after a fall on Wednesday night.
A Norcross IT staffing company recently celebrated 25 years in business.
Demolition of buildings on Main Street in Lilburn is underway. The first outward sign of progress on the city’s Old Town revitalization.
The unofficial fall hunting season begins at noon on Saturday when dove season officially opens.
Two Norton Elementary teachers have a combined 91 years of teaching experience, which makes them the most experienced teachers in Gwinnett County.
When State School Superintendent John Barge visited Gwinnett on Wednesday, he discussed his new campaign for governor and what separates him from Gov. Nathan Deal.
State School Superintendent John Barge visited four schools in Gwinnett on Wednesday that were named Schools of Excellence.
The University of Georgia and Georgia State University will participate in a third annual blood drive competition.
State School Superintendent John Barge, who recently announced a candidacy for governor, will visit Gwinnett on Wednesday to honor four schools named Schools of Excellence.
Falcons defensive end Jonathan Massaquoi visited his former school, Richards Middle, and encouraged students to focus on education, set goals and follow their dreams.
Epiphany Lutheran in Suwanee has an interim pastor because the church’s former pastor became president of a seminary in Ohio.
Gwinnett Medical Center doctors will host a breakfast about allergy procedures at Hyatt Place in Johns Creek on Sept. 13.
The Gwinnett County Public Library will host a reception and award ceremony honoring local artists as part of this year’s Fall Into The Arts series.
Labor Day means the last hurrah of summer, which has seen lots of rain, and fewer incidents on Lake Lanier.
Gwinnett Police responded to a possible stabbing incident in the northern part of the county Monday evening.
A nurse at Gwinnett Medical Center recently celebrated 50 years of service at the hospital system after she began her career on advice from her aunt. Throughout her career, she’s watched the growth of the healthcare industry and the county.
A Radloff Middle student was honored in front of his classmates last week for giving the Dreamkeeper’s Pledge at the Martin Luther King Jr. Center for Nonviolence recently.
Suwanee will have its final Food Truck Friday event this week, and will also show the movie Men in Black 3 on Saturday.
Gwinnett Technical College’s EMT program was ranked No. 18 in a list of programs that have a significantly higher than average return on investment.