The Christmas weekend was not a merry one for many Gwinnett County residents who were affected by fires between Friday and Sunday.
If plans for a 6.8-mile extension of Sugarloaf Parkway stay on track, construction on the first phase of it might begin sometime around mid-2024, but the project will come at a high price, according to Gwinnett County officials.
A Dacula man has been arrested and charged in the murder of a Gwinnett County senior corrections officers who was killed in the parking lot of the county's corrections facility earlier this week.
Funeral services will be held on Friday for popular attorney who was killed, allegedly by the ex-husband of one of his clients, last week.
Several dignitaries, including Gov. Brian Kemp and current Gwinnett Commission Chairwoman Nicole Love Hendrickson, attended Rowen's groundbreaking ceremony, which was held on a field on Drowning Creek Road on Friday.
Want to celebrate the holidays in Harry Potter style? The Gwinnett County Public Library has just the event for you — the Yule Ball.
As state Rep. Chuck Efstration, R-Dacula, prepares to take on a major leadership role in the Georgia House of Representatives as the new leader of the House Republican Caucus, he is pledging to protect the caucus' vision while also incorporating its growing diversity.
Stephani Tucker was in the midst of working the Georgia Two-Day Walk for Breast Cancer event that the organization she leads holds every year to raise funds for people who have breast cancer last October when she learned that she, herself, had the disease.
A Dacula family woke up early Friday to the sounds of alarms as their home was on fire in an incident that required a response from nearly two dozen firefighters, according to Gwinnett County Fire and Emergency Services officials.
Retired Gwinnett County Public Schools teacher and coach John D. Williams, a Dacula native and sixth-generation Gwinnettian, makes frequent trips to the Dominican Republic, where he taught for 16 years, with donations of essential items, as well as large loads of coveted sports equipment. Th…
Last Sunday, Hebron Baptist Church in Dacula celebrated its 180th anniversary with a look at the past and a vision for the future.
A Snellville woman accused of killing her ex-girlfriend's new girlfriend on Valentine's Day last year was recently sentenced to spend 140 years in prison after she was convicted on several charges, including voluntary manslaughter — although her family is demanding a new trial and denying at least some of the charges made against her.
Two brothers from Dacula are facing aggravated assault and possession of firearm charges in connection with the shooting of a 15-year-old in unincorporated Lawrenceville.
The new interchange at Harbins Road and State Route 316 opened in the Dacula area earlier this year, and transportation officials say it's already made a tremendous impact on traffic in the area.
Dacula Memorial Day Parade organizer Marvin Atherton said he has just one goal for the event — for “people to remember what Memorial Day is all about.”
While Veteran's Day is about honoring anyone who has served in the military, Memorial Day, which dates back to the end of the Civil War, is specifically about remembering the people who died in the line of duty.
On July 4, 1993, Dacula resident Marvin Atherton attended a Fourth of July parade in the city of Stone Mountain and came home thinking a similar celebration in his hometown was in order.
The Gwinnett Police Department said it is working to identify a man accused of defacing county property at Duncan Creek Park.
Gwinnett County police are looking for a rapper who is accused of assaulting a man at Rabbit Hill Park earlier this month.
Dacula resident Faith Mashida began playing the violin at the age of 8 but it wasn’t until a couple of years ago that she decided to take a super-serious approach to her music.
U.S. Rep. Jody Hice three Gwinnett County Public Schools students on March 11 to personally congratulate them on receiving appointments to U.S. service academies.
If life truly is a circle, Georgia Gwinnett College senior Andrew Reynolds has already made one complete cycle.
Wreaths Across America is making two stops in Gwinnett County this month to honor those who served and welcome home Vietnam veterans.
Gwinnett County drivers can now access Harbins Road from State Route 316 via the entire permanent ramp rather than using a temporary connection to get off the ramp.
The nearly 2,000-acre Rowen development just outside Dacula is expected to take decades to build out, but the prospect of a new research development that would be on par with North Carolina’s Research Triangle Park is bringing a lot of interest to Gwinnett County.
The sprawling Rowen research-oriented development site in eastern Gwinnett County is still mostly untouched land, but Rowen Foundation President Mason Ailstock is optimistic that big announcements about the first companies to join the project could be on the horizon.
Gwinnett County officials told the Daily Post that the opening of the Harbins Road interchange at State route 316 was delayed because of inclement weather which moved through the area earlier in the week.
Gwinnett County officials announced traffic on Harbins Road will shift Tuesday night from the current intersection at State Route 316 to the new interchange that has been planned for years.
Friends and former coworkers are remembering a Mill Creek High School graduate and Georgia Tech student who was killed in an accident in Barrow County on New Years Eve.
Even though it will technically not be located inside Dacula's city limits, Gwinnett County's Rowen project is having a major impact on development in the city.
Gwinnett County leaders recently kicked off work to install trails in eastern Gwinnett as well as water and sewer infrastructure for the property where the Rowen research-oriented knowledge community will be located near Dacula.
Voters will go to the polls on Tuesday to cast ballots in the municipal elections for Gwinnett's cities.
Gwinnett County's massive planned Rowen knowledge community is still on the drawing board, but it's already prompting interest from companies that want to be a part of it.
Gwinnett County Commissioner Jasper Watkins is inviting residents of Commission district 3 to attend at least one of three town halls he will host across the district this month.
This weekend's Elisha Winn Fair will be the first chance that many people will have to see the product of renovations Gwinnett County officials did at the Elisha Winn House property.
Maurice Fayne, who starred in “Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta,” has been sentenced to more than 17 years in federal prison, federal officials said.