Eastside Medical Center's heart program has been folding into Piedmont Hospital's heart program as the two hospitals continue their merger.
Gwinnett County police have arrested a Loganville man and charged him with multiple crimes, including homicide by vehicle, after he allegedly killed a Gwinnett County Water Resources employee with his vehicle.
Former Councilman Skip Baliles was the only person who signed up to run for Loganville's open mayoral seat during candidate qualifying this week.
Residents of Gwinnett County's cities will learn this week who will be vying to lead their respective municipalities in this fall's elections.
A former Loganville City Council member who is currently serving as the city's Development Authority chairman is tossing his hat in the ring to run for mayor.
Loganville Mayor Rey Martinez announced on Wednesday that he will run for the Georgia House District 114 seat that long-time Republican state Rep. Tom Kirby currently holds.
Georgia Power and Walton EMC each reported hundreds of power customers were without power this afternoon in Gwinnett County — mainly south of Lawrenceville — because of today's storms.
The oldest Black sorority in American has established a new graduate chapter in southern Gwinnett in an effort to expand volunteer opportunities for its members in the county.
A Loganville teen has been arrested by Gwinnett police in connection with a double shooting that occurred near the city last weekend and resulted in the death of one person.
A 20-year-old man has been identified as the victim who died in a shooting that occurred in the Loganville area early Saturday.
Gwinnett County police are on the scene of a homicide that results in the death of at least one person on Foxberry Run in the Loganville area.
Loganville Christian Academy senior Landon McCart was recently recognized by the Philadelphia Winn Chapter of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution as the winner of its Good Citizen Scholarship Essay Contest.
The longtime educator was recently recognized for his efforts in teaching American history by receiving the Outstanding Teacher of American History award from the Philadelphia Winn Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution.
The Cayman News Service reported Skylar Mack, 18, and competitive Jet Ski rider, and Cayman Islands native ,Vanjae “VJ” Ramgeet, 24, were sentenced to spend four months in prison for violated rules established to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Gwinnett County fire investigators are looking for an alleged arsonist accused of setting a car on fire in front of a mobile home near Loganville earlier this month.
Officials in Gwinnett County has one simple message for any residents who have not yet participated in the 2020 Census: There's still a little bit of time to participate online.
Gwinnett County police are looking for a man and woman who are accused of a string of crimes, including stealing a gun and credit cards, using the cards at a grocery store and a restaurant and then stealing a cell phone at the restaurant.
A Gwinnett County police officer is on administrative leave pending an investigation into an incident the officer, who is White, cursing at and using a TASER on an African-American woman during an arrest in the Loganville area.
An 18-year-old Loganville woman is facing a homicide charge tied to a fatal accident that occurred in Grayson on the Fourth of July.
Angie Smith Skinner, a 1989 graduate of Shiloh High School, graduated with 12 years of perfect attendance and her son, Addison Skinner, graduated from Grayson High School a few weeks ago with 13 years perfect attendance.
William Long, of Lawrenceville, was apprehended in the parking lot of a Loganville Kroger after multiple Walton County sheriff’s deputies pinned his Ford Mustang convertible with their patrol vehicles.
The new data, and the comparisons that can be made between it and 2010 census data, is important because it shows just how much growth Gwinnett's cities can expect to see reflected when the 2020 census data is released next year.
Some of the fireworks that had been intended to explode in Gwinnett's skies around the Fourth of July will still burst — but it will happen later than anticipated, if it happens at all, in some parts of the county.
Officials in the city of Loganville are aiming to make this summer feel more like normal for its residents after months of closures caused by the COVID-19 novel coronavirus pandemic.
While Gwinnettians cope with the impact of the COVID-19 novel coronavirus pandemic, officials at the Gwinnett Coalition said there is money available to help community assistance organizations through the Emergency Food and Shelter Program.
A 13-year-old Loganville child with special needs who was reported missing on Monday was killed in a car accident, according to Gwinnett County police.
Gwinnett’s Cooperative Food Ministries are stepping in to fill a food insecurity void left when Gwinnett County Public Schools pauses its meal deliveries during spring break. Find the zip codes and corresponding co-op serving your area.
Gwinnett County residents are being ordered to not only bundle up in their homes, but to stay in them, until 11:59 p.m. on April 13 because of the outbreak of the coronavirus disease known as COVID-19.
Restaurants in Gwinnett County must close their dining rooms and certain non-essential businesses must close all together if they have not already done so, because of the pandemic outbreak of the coronavirus disease known as COVID-19, Gwinnett Commission Chairwoman Charlotte Nash ordered on Wednesday.
As the world continues to grapple with the pandemic outbreak of the coronavirus disease known as COVID-19, Eastside Medical Center's urgent care network is offering patients a way to be seen by a doctor without leaving their homes.
The ongoing outbreak of the coronavirus disease known as COVID-19 is continuing to slow down operations in Gwinnett's cities as municipal officials make moves to slow the disease's spread.
John Moye, who has lived in Gwinnett County since 2014, is one of several candidates running for the Gwinnett County Commission District 3 seat, which is currently held by Commissioner Tommy Hunter.
Brookwood High School's Natalie Chavez, Allyja French and Nathaniel Poteat from South Gwinnett High School, and Mountain View High School's Amirah Rogers were part of a list of 20 students nominated by Johnson.
Former Gwinnett County Sheriff’s Deputy Antione Riggins, 41, has been sentenced to 10 years in federal prison, followed by five years of supervised release after he pleaded guilty to drug trafficking and making a false statement to cover up his drug crimes.
Gwinnett County police arrested three suspects — a 20-year-old, 17-year-old and 15-year-old — in connection to the deadly shooting of a Loganville man in his driveway.
At least one person has "extremely critical wounds" after a shooting at a residence on the 3500 block of Wrenwood Court in Loganville, according to Gwinnett County police.
On Friday afternoon at the Hilton Atlanta Northeast in Peachtree Corners, 34 students from 30 Gwinnett County schools were recognized for their academic achievements at the annual Student-Teacher Achievement Recognition (STAR) banquet. Students qualified by scoring the highest in their school on the SAT and finishing in the top 10% of their class.
Loganville author Michael Carson went to his son's school on Wednesday to tell fourth graders about African American inventors during Black History Month.
Gwinnett residents will have a chance to win free tacos for year later this month — if they can get to new Del Taco locations that will be opening in the area, including restaurants in Lawrenceville and Loganville.
The initial list of military appointments from U.S. Rep. Jody Hice includes three Mill Creek students, an Archer student and Hebron Christian Academy Student.