Break out the green top hats, wigs, feathered boas, sunglasses, shamrock-themed t-shirts, and whatever else helps you get in touch with your Irish spirit because there are going to be some St. Patrick's Day parties happening in Gwinnett County this weekend.
County commissioners voted on Tuesday to approve an agreement with the Georgia Department of Transportation to outline the framework for coming up with plans and a scope to widen part of Sugarloaf Parkway, between Old Norcross Road and Scenic Highway.
Students at Jordan Middle School in Lawrenceville had a career day last week, with more than 60 professionals from all walks of life coming to classrooms to present, inspire and intrigue their young minds, school officials said.
Students at Jordan Middle School in Lawrenceville put down their Chromebooks on March 2 when over 60 professionals from all walks of life took over classrooms to present, inspire and intrigue their young minds.
Gwinnett Police make arrest in death of missing teen whose body was found behind house in unincorporated Lawrenceville
Gwinnett County police are investigating the death of a teen who was found dead on Paden Mill Trail in unincorporated Lawrenceville.
"Phenomenon" — the Aurora Theatre's annual fundraising event — was held Feb. 24 at the Lawrenceville Arts Center.
With the rising demand for workers in STEM-related fields, a Georgia Gwinnett College program is working to attract younger generations to STEM careers.
Lawrenceville officials are asking residents to weigh in on the city's future, including land use and transportation planning.
It’s the one project that Lawrenceville City Manager Chuck Warbington continuously gets asked about. And thanks to a myriad of issues, it’s one project in the city that has constantly been moved back, leading to more inquiries.
PROGRESS: Northside Hospital Gwinnett tower on track, but will be reduced by two stories to ensure flight safety
The new tower at Northside Hospital Gwinnett is still on track for completion in 2025, but after consultations with the Federal Aviation Administration the structure will be two stories shorter than originally planned, hospital officials said.
Georgia Gwinnett College initiative inspires big dreams, belonging and support among Black male students
Jamarius Strong-Williams has dreams of working in healthcare. The 19-year-old Georgia Gwinnett College majors in biology with a concentration in biochemistry in the hope of someday becoming a surgeon.
Georgia Gwinnett College’s expanded outreach to Georgia high school students and the offer of in-state tuition to students in bordering states has paid off with increased enrollment numbers, school officials said.
The City of Lawrenceville's Finance Department is being recognized for accounting and financial reporting.
For two upcoming weekends, the Gwinnett County Fairgrounds will serve as the temporary home for the world’s largest bounce house, as certified by the iconic Guinness Book of World Records.
Lawrenceville First United Methodist Church celebrating 200th anniversary by putting namesake city 'first'
In many ways, the city of Lawrenceville and Lawrenceville First United Methodist Church have grown and developed together, as the city was incorporated in 1821 (making it the second-oldest municipality in metro Atlanta) and the church was established just two years later.
From a Michael Bublé tribute band to international food and beverages and to the staging of a hit Netflix show, the Aurora Theatre at the Lawrenceville Arts Center has something for everyone this month.
Gwinnett firefighters responded Tuesday morning to a bystander's report of a house fire on the 300 block of Sir Gregory Manor in Lawreneville.
In all cultures, food is a way to connect with others when it is shared. The meal is a staple feature that encourages understanding, cooperation and togetherness.
The long-awaited return of the Hometown Holiday Parade is among the highlights included in the city of Lawrenceville’s 2023 events calendar, which was released in late January and includes nearly two dozen events.
Georgia Gwinnett College launches after-school program for historically underserved elementary school students
Georgia Gwinnett College has introduced an after-school program for historically underserved elementary school students that it hopes will serve as a model for similar programs across Georgia, school officials said.
Barry Slater has been driving a school bus in Gwinnett County for nearly a decade, and he’s troubled by what he often sees during his daily rounds.
Founded in 2014 to positively impact the lives of foster children and young adults in economically challenging situations, Lawrenceville-based Because One Matters seeks to provide hope, dignity, empowerment, mentorship and economic opportunity to young people from disadvantaged communities.
Scrum·did·dly·ump·tious, soon to be the newest restaurant in Lawrenceville, held a media event on Monday night.
Gwinnett County Police SWAT officers and sheriff’s deputies arrested a man accused of killing a Lawrenceville man who died in November after he was shot at a home in the Norcross area.
Shawn Mullins, best known for his 1988 single “Lullaby” will perform Saturday as the Aurora Theatre welcomes him to the Lawrenceville Arts Center.
The Netflix hit "Kim's Convenience" is playing at the Aurora Theatre through Feb. 19. For a preview of the play, click HERE.
This year marked the first time since before the COVID-19 pandemic began in 2020 that the United Ebony Society has been able to hold the annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day Parade for Gwinnett County.
Lawrenceville saving artifacts from Mt. Calvary United Methodist Church for Hooper-Renwick library's history museum
As work commences to turn the old Hooper-Renwick School into the Hooper-Renwick themed library, the city of Lawrenceville has secured several artifacts from Mt. Calvary United Methodist Church's 1960 building on Neal Street for display in the library.
When Gwinnettians line up to either participate in, or watch, the county's annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day Parade in Lawrenceville on Monday, it will be the first time they've been able to do so since before the COVID-19 pandemic.
Gwinnett County officials have stopped dog adoptions and intakes at the Bill Atkinson Animal Welfare Shelter in Lawrenceville until Jan. 19 because of a disease outbreak at the shelter.
It was an easy decision for the Aurora Theatre to bring “Kim Convenience” to the Lawrenceville Arts Center’s Metro Waterproofing Main Stage from Jan. 19 – Feb. 19.
If You Go Who: John McEuen & The Circle Band When: Jan. 14, 7 p.m. Where: Eddie’s Attic, 515 N McDonough St, Decatur Tickets/more info: Go to eddiesattic.com
Sports Turf Company announced it has finished the renovation of the recreation field at Rock Springs Park.
The city of Lawrenceville has gotten a tax rating upgrade from one of the nation's top rating agencies.
A homeless person was taken to the hospital on Sunday after suffering from smoke inhalation outside a vacant home that was on fire.
Meet the first babies born at Gwinnett-area hospitals in 2023.
If people are looking for an extra incentive to get any weight loss-related New Years resolutions underway, here's one: they can join their local YMCA without having to pay a new membership fee for a few weeks this month.
At the fourth annual Wreaths Across America ceremony held in mid-December at Lawrenceville’s East Shadowlawn Memorial Gardens, 350 veterans were honored as more than 150 people participated in a ceremony that included laying a fresh balsam wreath at every gravesite and reciting aloud the nam…
The Christmas weekend was not a merry one for many Gwinnett County residents who were affected by fires between Friday and Sunday.
Hundreds of Gwinnett County kids will have Christmas gifts to unwrap on Sunday morning because of one of the county's most famous sons.
Prospect United Methodist Church in Lawrenceville had its live Nativity on Wednesday night.
Peach State Federal Credit Union members and employees will be helping ensure toys will be under a lot of Christmas trees this weekend for children in need.
A DeKalb County Jail detention officer was fired on Tuesday, moments before Gwinnett County deputies arrested him on charges related to alleged shoplifting incidents at a Walmart store in Gwinnett.
How strong is the upcoming partnership between Lawrenceville and the Gwinnett/Walton Habitat for Humanity group?
Gwinnett residents invited to line procession route after funeral for fallen corrections officer on Tuesday
Gwinnett County officials said the family of a corrections officer who was killed on his way to work last week is inviting Gwinnettians to line the route his funeral procession will take his burial on Tuesday.
A lead teacher at a Lawrenceville-based family child care learning home is one of three recipients of the Georgia Department of Early Care and Learning’s (DECAL) Early Childhood Educator of the Year award for 2022-23.
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.
Gwinnett County Commissioners will pay an additional $2.5 million on proposed park land it had already set some funding aside for after reaching a court settlement with the owners of the property.
Construction for Lawrenceville's new breakfast/brunch restaurant Scrum-did-dly-ump-tious is being completed with an anticipated opening of January 2023.
It wouldn’t be the holiday season in Gwinnett without the Aurora Theatre’s “A Christmas Carol” which is being staged through Dec. 23 at the Lawrenceville Arts Center.
A Gwinnett County corrections officer was killed in a shooting early Tuesday morning at the Gwinnett Corrections Center, police said.