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A key part of Ray Gunnin's life that people who remembered him cited was his role in the development of Gwinnett, helping move the county from a rural community toward the increasingly urbanized community that Gwinnettians know today.

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Hate crimes will be punishable in Georgia for the first time in 16 years after Gov. Brian Kemp signed legislation Friday that cleared the General Assembly this week amid tense back-and-forth and tears of joy.

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Former state Sen. Curt Thompson requested a recount be conducted on the results of the June 9 Democratic Party primary election for county commission chairman.

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State Rep. Shelly Hutchinson, D-Snellville, has authored House Bill 1212, which would prohibit confederate monuments, as well as statues of individuals who advocated for slavery, from being displayed on public property — except in Civil War battlefields and museums.

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Amid a nationwide debate over memorials commemorating the confederate States of America, a candidate for a seat on the Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners and a former candidate for Congress are calling on county leaders to remove a confederate memorial that has stood on the Lawrenceville Square for nearly 30 years.

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The Gwinnett County United Ebony Society partnered with VIPSOCIO, a black-owned ticketing business in Dacula, to present the county's first parade to celebrate the end of slavery in the United States on Friday. In the video, VIPSOCIO owner Innocent Wamey encourages the crowd to sign a petiti…

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Gwinnett County officials are pointing to issues with a new system for delivering voting equipment to polling precincts as the reason why there were several issues in the county as voters went to the polls Tuesday morning — and they are promising to make changes.

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In what is the first major test of Georgia's new voting machines in Gwinnett, there have been reports of voting precincts not having scanners to scan paper ballots, no printers to print the ballots, no paper to print the ballots or no voting equipment at all when they opened Tuesday. 

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County commissioners recently approved a intersection improvement project for the intersection of Grayson Parkway and Ridgedale Drive which will entail converting it to a roundabout. 

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Gwinnett County voters headed to the polls Tuesday morning to cast ballots in the state's presidential preference and general primary elections. In what was the first major test of Georgia's new voting machines in Gwinnett, there were reports of voting precincts not having scanners to scan p…

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Voters headed to the polls Tuesday for the Georgia’s primary elections should expect long lines and wait times at local precincts due to safety measures prompted by the coronavirus pandemic, Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger said Monday.

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