The additions include payment for aluminum cans and plastic drink bottles, free paper shredding for confidential documents and electronics recycling.
Georgia Arts Network's Annual Arts Conference calls Duluth home May 5-7.
The shopping destination's new management company, Bayer Properties, re-branded the area as The Shoppes at Webb Gin.
The fire was sparked by a charcoal grill stored outside against the back of the house. The grill had been used earlier in the day.
Continuing its annual tradition, Lawrenceville Tourism and Trade Association has announced the return of the Moonlight and Music Concert Series.
The nonprofit is in The Shoppes at Webb Gin next door to DWS.
Snellville Days Arts and Crafts Festival is held May 4-5.
Athens Kouzzina in Sugarloaf Mills Mall was used to film a scene for the actress' future flick, "The Good Lie."
The "Movies Under the Stars" series starts on May 25 with the movie "Brave."
The Aurora Theatre allowed the audience to choose the songs to be performed throughout the night.
This Buford spot serves Southern barbecue.
Students from Buford High, Greater Atlanta Christian, Lambert High, Northview High and Wesleyan School are attending the fifth annual Georgia High School Musical Theater Awards.
New London Theatre opens this weekend with Arthur Miller's drama, "The Crucible."
"Burundanga" is part of its Harvel Lab Series sponsored by Georgia Gwinnett College.
Gwinnett County Solid Waste and Recovered Materials is hosting its Earth Day celebration on April 13.
The Duluth venue needs to be out of its building by January 2014.
The Gwinnett Center is transitioning over to AXS Ticketing, which has user-friendly features when purchasing tickets.
Several spots around Gwinnett are hosting spring break camps and workshops. Others are changing the hours to accommodate the parents' schedules.
The city is hosting the "Capture the Spirit of Good Living" photo contest. Submissions are due June 7.
Be Greater Atlanta is successful through acts of greatness, according to the United Way.
The two Duluth offices will give the donated food to Cross Point Church, which partners with the Atlanta Community Food Bank.
The nonprofit launches its Restoring Hope! initiative, which is transitioning into the Corporate Division phase.
The art stroll includes spots at ART Station, Center Town Galleries, North Town Gallery and East Town Gallery.
The Gainesville Theatre Alliance's SouthernStage opens Alfred Hitchcock's "The 39 Steps" at the Buford Community Center April 5.
Today's event shows "Labyrinth" at the Duluth Town Green.
Kathy Fincher won the Quintessence Award as the Best Painter in America by the Save the Arts Foundation.
Bill and Stacy Halstead attend the Gwinnett Gladiators game for a fundraiser for their son, Tripp, who was recently released home from the hospital.
The session will teach attendees the difference between Dementia and Delirium.
More than 6,00 eggs were collected in less than three minutes, a new record for the mall.
Curt Cloninger performs life lessons seen through the eyes of a Christian.
The event benefits two children suffering from life threatening illnesses.
The classic story takes stage with music, magic and a family-friendly message.
The garden is a memorial to 6-year-old Ainsley Paige Higgins, who passed away last May after battling mitochondrial disease, a rare and complex medical condition.
The city hosts its biannual event to recycle electronics, shred paper, toss out large trash and collect non-perishable goods.
The landmark bakery has relocated to Lawrenceville with sweets, coffee and sandwiches.
The two groups played new and old hits for the crowd in the sold-out arena.
The exhibits include "Repetition & Ritual: New Sculpture in Fiber," "Confession" and "Needles & Threads: Gwinnett Celebrates Traditional Fiber Arts."
The venue needs a new storage space and to raise additional funds to cover the damages.
The organization is providing three scholarships for Duluth students who will be majoring in the fine arts in the fall of 2013.
He visits Gwinnett as part of the GCPL's Meet the Author series.
The bi-annual event returns to the park March 24.
The proceeds benefit the no-kill nonprofit.
The tour stops in Duluth March 27.
There are several activities happening now through March 31 for Easter.
The Snellville eatery offers Japanese cuisine.
Two speakers taught the Gwinnett Council For Seniors the ins and outs of social media.
Last March, retail property giant Simon dropped Gwinnett Place Mall as a client. Now Belk is leaving the mall.
The finalists are Christopher Chambers, Robbie Land, Derek Larson and Pam Longobardi.
Jase Robertson will talk about "the hope he's found through his Savior Jesus Christ" as well as other things.
Rising Church hosted its annual "From Hunger to Hope" event benefitting Feed My Starving Children at the Gwinnett County Fairgrounds.