Chamian is a reporter with a Bachelor of Science in Journalism from Appalachian State University, as well as a graduate of Gwinnett County Schools. She previously covered politics and education in North Georgia.
Area co-ops continue to provide food for people in need in the community, especially while kids are out of school, despite having to make changes to their operations and facing food shortages.
When 7-year-old William Zhang’s fingers touch the keys of a piano, it feels like he’s figure skating, like his fingers are dancing, like he’s …
Gwinnett County police are searching for a suspect who allegedly instructed a pregnant female passenger to run a woman over with their car at a Dacula Wendy's after a dispute over a soda refill.
Ronald Reuben Hayes, of Doraville, was shot Wednesday night by a the resident of a home he tried to break into and is currently at a local hospital being treated for his injuries.
The Gwinnett County Police Department Burglary Unit is asking for the public’s help in identifying the suspect who forced entry into Linda Tienda in unincorporated Norcross through the ceiling and attempted to break into gambling and gaming machines on March 14.
The Aurora Theatre in downtown Lawrenceville temporarily closes its doors without a clear re-opening date, as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says to limit gatherings of more than 50 people.
The public is invited to attend Gwinnett Habitat for Humanity's stud-signing event in Snellville to write well-wishes, encouragement, prayers, hopes and dreams on the studs of two new homes.