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.
This Lawrenceville eatery serves a mix of cuisines, ranging from Cajun boils and fried plates to spring rolls and fried rice.
Here’s a list of places to gather your 2013 candy in the county.
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.
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.
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.
Oct. 25 through 27, the stores in Duluth, Suwanee, Johns Creek and Doraville are celebrating the company’s ninth anniversary with the Asian Food Festival.
Tannery Row Artist Colony opens a new exhibit with several interpretations of the word, “rhythm.” It runs through Nov. 23.
Marley, a 3-year-old golden Labrador retriever, was elected as the second mayor of the city of Duluth’s Chattapoochee Dog Park.
This Suwanee eatery serves homemade pizza as well as other Italian classics.
Petit Le Mans is back at Road Atlanta for a day at the races Oct. 19.
The two cities are holding annual events on Oct. 19 to celebrate the cooler weather.
This weekend, residents can celebrate with two different heritages in Gwinnett.
The race is in memory of Meredith Hope Emerson, who was found murdered in Blairsville.
Jake Gulledge and Derrick Tennant are taking stage four times this weekend at the Lawrenceville theater.
Theresa Caputo, the psychic medium and TLC star stops by the Fox Theatre on Oct. 20.
Michael Buble and Star 94’s Jingle Jam are coming to the Duluth venue.
On Oct. 18, the new venue hosts its first Artists Showcase at 7 p.m.
Oct. 17 to Oct. 20, participating shops and restaurants in Norcross are donating a portion of their sales to Northside Hospital Foundation’s Patient Advocate Group.
The Gwinnett Environmental and Heritage Center is hosting its annual Creatures of the Night Festival on Oct. 18.
The men of C3 Church Atlanta and its REALMEN Ministry want to present Sgt. Michael McKinney of Winder a used, but cleaned-up car.
He will speak as part of Gwinnett Public Library’s Meet the Author series on Oct. 16.
The group will award two cash prizes for one middle schooler and one high schooler.
The annual cooking show returns to the Gwinnett Center.
The first place winner was Nancy Nowak with her piece titled “Morning Sparkle at McDaniel Farm.”
On Oct. 24, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Lilburn is playing host to the free Disaster Preparedness Summit.
The small Suwanee eatery serves Chinese cuisine for dine in or to go.
Aurora Theatre’s annual Terror on the Trail returns to Suwanee to spook willing residents.
The Lilburn Woman’s Club hosts its 40th festival with arts and crafts.
Tours in Norcross, Stone Mountain and Lawrenceville kick off the Halloween season.
More than 9,000 people are expected to attend the Taste of Suwanee Oct. 12 that features more than 30 restaurants and food vendors.
The well known-face and voice died Oct. 6 of an apparent heart attack. He was 61.
The city has joined The Bert Show’s “The Big Thank You 2013” write a letter for the military campaign.
Zac Schuetz of Braselton is representing Gwinnett County in the Flame of Hope at the opening ceremony in Dalton, Ga.
The Gwinnett County Fair collected 6,220 pounds of food in five days, which went to the Lawrenceville and Lilburn co-ops.
The Duluth theatre opens “Harvey,” a story about a man and his 6 foot 1 inch rabbit.
Auburn resident Elizabeth “Betty” Jenkins Burnam has been missing since Oct. 6.