The Southwest Gwinnett Chamber hosted its First Friday event July 8 at the Crowne Plaza Norcross.
State Rep. Beth Moore, D-Peachtree Corners, will try to make the jump from the Georgia House of Representatives to the Georgia Senate next year.
COAST TO COAST: Gwinnett County cyclist's 4,000-mile bike ride raises more than $30K for Rainbow Village
During his 67-day, 4,287-mile bicycle trip across America, Dan Miller experienced beautiful scenery and beautiful weather (and some days, not-so-beautiful weather), met interesting people, stayed in quirky communities, passed through a dozen states and briefly visited Canada.
Voters in two Gwinnett County cities will not have to deal with figuring out who will be elected to office 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.
Gwinnett commissioners OK tax billing contract with Grayson that omits salary supplement for tax commissioner, but three other cities negotiating contract with supplements
Three Gwinnett County cities appear poised to pay Tax Commissioner Tiffany Porter a supplement to her salary to get her to do their tax billing.
Gwinnett County fire swiftwater rescue technicians are working with their Forsyth County and Johns Creek counterparts, as well as local law enforcement, to search for a kayaker who went missing on the Chattahoochee River sometimes around Monday night or in the very early morning hours on Tuesday.
FBI, U.S. Attorney's office looking for missing financial adviser from Gwinnett County accused of committing mail fraud
Officials from the FBI and U.S. Attorney's Office for the Northern District of Georgia are looking for a Berkeley Lake man who is believed to have allegedly defrauded customers of his financial adviser businesses out of hundreds of thousands of dollars, and who disappeared one day before he was supposed to turn over business documents to federal officials last month.
Republican Laurie McClain and Democrat Kirkland Carden weighed in on the big issues facing District 1, including the looming issue of dealing with the impact of COVID-19.
Despite court-ordered delay on 2020 Census deadline, Gwinnettians encouraged to participate immediately
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.
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.
Gwinnett Coalition taking applications from organizations for emergency food and shelter program funding
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.
Longtime Gwinnett resident and sports broadcaster Brad Nessler sent a message to the City of Duluth this week, urging citizens to stay home during the coronavirus outbreak.
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.
Gwinnett and its cities are ordering restaurants to close dining rooms, gyms and entertainment businesses to shut down
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.
The state spelling bee is still on for Friday. Families are asked to limit their attendance to three people, including the student. The stage will be expanded to allow more space between the students and microphones will be wiped in between spellers.
There were six Georgia DOE announced Distinguished Title I schools, Brookwood students become certified to apply to German colleges, GSMST's German program is honored for excellence and The 13th Cohort of the Aspiring Principals Program graduates.
Gwinnett County is one of several Georgia counties that has been placed under a tornado watch by the National Weather Service.
U.S. Rep. Rob Woodall is pushing a bill to reunite Korean families while Berkeley Lake voters back earlier Sunday alcohol sales at restaurants and a Warbington has won elected office in Albany.
Daylight Saving Time ends at 2 a.m. Sunday, meaning Gwinnettians will have to turn their clocks back by an hour before heading to bed Saturday night.
The fact that Gwinnett County is a majority minority county is likely no secret as county leaders have long touted Gwinnett's diversity as an asset — but the county is expected to get a lot more diverse over the next 31 years.