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.
Several organizations teamed up to have a total of 18 trees planted at Lousie Radloff Middle School.
The day-long festival boasts music, races, food, basketball and a man zone.
There are more than 300 craft beers available to sample.
There's a little bit of something for everyone for St. Patrick's Day 2013.
The show pays homage to the Jazz-Age shows of the 1920s that lifted spirits during the Great Depression.
Several young ladies from Gwinnett were honored with the Gold Award. Berkeley Lake's Zoe Gadegbeku spoke to the crowd.
The day includes acting workshops and lunch for children whose families normally couldn't afford the classes.
Entertainment entries need to be in by May 15 and exhibitor applications are due by June 1.
Daylight-saving time starts on Sunday at 2 a.m., meaning you need to move your clocks forward one hour.. With the change, the Gwinnett County Department of Fire and Emergency Services encourages residents to check and change the batteries in the smoke alarms with the change of the clocks.. "Smoke
The Gwinnett Public Library is teaming up with the Hudgens Center for the Arts to host the fifth annual Altered Books Contest.
Lionheart and New London theaters open new shows this weekend with twists and turns.
The event is specifically designed for children with sensory, physical and other developmental needs.
Selma Paul returns to Norcross for the third annual antiques appraisal event.
The expo runs through March 9 at the Convention Center at Gwinnett Center.
Anything from needlepoint to knitting will be accepted.
After fire and water destroyed costumes and props, the Aurora needs help moving the undamaged items.
The expo will be held June 8 at Gwinnett Center.
"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.
It's a new type of surprise party -- for parents of unborn children.
Admission is free to the event on March 7.
This Lawrenceville restaurant serves West African cuisine.
Seven North Gwinnett High School students host Cultures of Suwanee.
Buford's zip line course re-opens for the spring.
Vera Craft will repesent the Gwinnett Extended Care Center in the Ms. Georgia Nursing Home Pageant in May.
The Buford Community Center was filled with artists, supporters of the arts and everyone in between for the annual ArtWorks! Gwinnett’s Fusion Awards on Monday night.
The Duluth venue is now a destination spot for Gwinnett County.
The Gwinnett chapter has raised millions of dollars for cancer research in the past two decades.
BUFORD — The Gwinnett Environmental & Heritage Center is known for its educational exhibits with rare artifacts and displays, but it currently has something new on its property: a local photography exhibit.
Instead of sitting on the couch playing video games during a rainy Saturday morning, more than 200 students from Summerour Middle School woke up bright and early for the Gwinnett Neighborhood Leadership Institute’s “I Know & I Do Safety” program at the school.
The Gwinnett Center was star-studded with the who’s who at the annual Gwinnett Medical Center Foundation Cornerstone Society Gala on Saturday.
The center hosts "Shutter Sense and Non-Sense" thorugh March 9, displaying local students' photographs.
Metro Atlanta Mayors Association, Gas South and Feld Entertainment sponsored free preview circus event for more than 200 special needs children and their families.
The Buford restaurant is known for its chicken in all varieties.
James DeVita presents his one-man show "In Acting Shakespeare" at the Buford Community Center.
The annual event returns Feb. 25 at the Buford Community Center.
The OTC Comedy Troupe brings its improv act to Norcross.
Four women from different backgrounds rent a castle in Italy for a month.
The public braved the cold for a free circus event.
The Lawrenceville bakery sells cheesecakes in cupcake form.
The parkway will be closed until 2 p.m. Feb. 16.
Couples flocked to the Gwinnett Historic Courthouse to be wed or renew their vows for free.
The theater performs Athol Fugard's famous play, "Master Harold ... and the Boys" as part of its Harvel Lab Series.
The city will plant a tree Feb. 15.
The nonprofit is vying to win a $20,000 technology makeover from Milner, Inc.
The annual event held in the Duluth venue returns Feb. 15-17.