Funds raised benefit residents in Grayson, Snellville, Loganville
The annual tradition to be held in Grayson City Park Nov. 16.
A three car accident has congested traffic in the area.
It is buying the first $500 worth of food at three locations
To celebrate being the new neighbors in three cities of Gwinnett, the bank is hosting three Small Business and Community Appreciation events in each city.
Winter weather is on the way
There is a cold front coming through the metro Atlanta area Tuesday night through Wednesday morning. It is suggested to bring in plants as needed.
Corinth Baptist Church looks back at the past century
Corinth Baptist Church’s century celebrate is Nov. 10 at the church with guest speakers, PowerPoint and potluck lunch.
The annual event honors veterans of all branches of the military
The event is held at the Lawrenceville Visitors Center in downtown on Nov. 11, Veterans Day.
One of the awards included Best Musical
The Lawrenceville venue won five awards for its most successful production to date, “Les Miserables.”
Houses are made of edible materials to “highlight sustainability and green building design”
Gwinnett Environmental and Heritage Center hosts its fourth annual Sustainable Gingerbread House Competition and Exhibit.
The nonprofit will have party in Lawrecnceville
The event is on the lawn of the Gwinnett Historic Courthouse from noon to 5 p.m. Nov. 9.
The park has hung thousands of lights for event
The park will be celebrating the holidays through Jan. 1 with lights, shows and parades.
The play follows 20 character in Tuna, Texas — the state’s third smallest town.
There are four events in the county
On Nov. 10 and 11, there are four events to honor veterans in 2013.
This Suwanee eatery serves Chicago style cuisine.
The Duluth venue is throwing a two-day party
Bill Gentry and Joe Nichols headline the two-day Birthday Fest Nov. 8 and 9 in Duluth.
Crossroads Hospice’s Veteran’s Recognition Program came to Lawrenceville
Through the month of November, Crossroads Hospice’s Veteran’s Recognition Program honoring veteran patients and veterans in the community.
Those who helped organize the two-day event were recognized
Several sponsors were thanked for their hard work during the annual Great Days of Service two-day event, which was held in the beginning of October.
After months of campaigning and 12 hours of voting, the residents of Grayson choose Linda Jenkins to the position of Post 4 for the city council.
Four candidates campaigned for Post 4 in Lawrenceville on Nov. 5. Keith Roche and Larry Troutman were too close in votes to announce a winner.
The the best-selling and Pulitzer Prize winning author will discuss her book “Enrique’s Journey”
She is speaking for the Gwinnett County Public Library’s series “Meet the Author” on Nov. 6.
The organization is a 2013 top-rated nonprofit by GreatNonprofits due to the large number of positive reviews that H.O.P.E, Inc. received.
Cats from around the U.S. traveled for the 75th annual Cotton States Cat Show
The two-day event attracts feline fanatics to the Convention Center at Gwinnett Center.
As part of the GCPL’s JobSmart program, Atlanta Regional Workforce Board’s Mobile Career Lab visits the Centerville branch and the Lawrenceville branch Nov. 7.
The father and stepmother of a 10-year-old girl were charged with murder after the burned body of the girl was found in a trash can outside a Lawrenceville apartment.
Professional Bull Riders and Harlem Globetrotters to come in 2014
Professional Bull Riders and Harlem Globetrotters plan to visit the Duluth venue un 2014.
Richard Calmes’ images will be featured in an exhibit at The National Museum of Dance in Saratoga Springs, N.Y.
Children, adults learn about Native American culture
Thousands turned out to learn more about Native American culture at the annual event. The festival runs through Nov. 3.
This weekend, “Mort” opens at Lionheart Theatre while “Death of a Salesman” opens at New London Theatre.
The Alford Memorial Radio Club hosts its 42nd annual Stone Mountain Hamfest — in Lawrenceville.
The Lawrenceville theater is hosting its Swing Nights, featuring two performers from “Les Miserables” on Nov. 2.
Cotton States Cat Show celebrates its 75th anniversary at the Convention Center at Gwinnett Center Nov. 2 and 3.
The group performs three nights at the Aurora Theatre with improv comedy.
From 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Nov. 1, employees at Suwanee Dental Care are collecting candy to donate for the troops.
Filming wrapped up at the Gwinnett Performing Arts Center Oct. 30. The flick is the sequel to the 1994 box office hit, “Dumb and Dumber.”
On Nov. 5, Keith Roche, Larry Troutman, Rory Johnson and Renita Hamilton vy for Post 4 in Lawrenceville’s city council.
On Nov. 5, residents of Dacula can vote for distilled spirits to be sold on Sundays at the city’s only liquor store.
A Day of Hope Foundation is hosting its annual its free family event on the lawn of the Gwinnett Historic Courthouse Nov. 9.
Linda Jenkins and Laura Gavulic are up for the same seat in the Nov. 5 elections.
Cooking fanatics gathered at the Convention Center at the Gwinnett Center for the annual cooking tour.
Here’s a list of places to gather your 2013 candy in the county.
This Lawrenceville eatery serves a mix of cuisines, ranging from Cajun boils and fried plates to spring rolls and fried rice.
For the fourth year, residents can gather on the Snellville Towne Green for a day of food, games, contests and various booths on Oct. 26.
Stone Mountain Park is gearing up for four days of Native American culture during the annual Indian Festival and Pow-Wow. The event kicks off Oct. 31 and runs through Nov. 3.
The public is invited to the Save the Horses Fall Festival and Fundraiser at The Stables at Lake Lanier Island Resort on Oct. 26.
Missy Robertson will stop by the Women of Faith’s “Believe God Can Do Anything” event at the Arena at Gwinnett Center Oct. 25. She will speak about faith, family and ducks.
Approximately 200 seniors spent the morning at the 15th annual senior prom at the Bethesda Senior Center in Lawrenceville on Oct. 18.
“Out to Lunch” is a periodic feature that allows readers a chance to learn about the people behind the titles in Gwinnett County through a lunchtime conversation with a member of the GDP staff. The subject picks the place, we pick up the tab and then share the conversations that occur during the meal.
On Oct. 26, Randy’s Perennials and Water Gardens is hosting a “Free Fall Fun” day for residents of all ages.
Here’s a look at eerie events happening through Oct. 31 in Gwinnett County.
Author Sonia Nazario will appear in Norcross as part of Gwinnett Public Library’s Meet the Author series Nov. 6.
Sgt. Michael McKinney of Winder will receive a minivan on Oct. 20.