Coffee with Duluth Mayor Nancy Harris

On a hot and bright afternoon over iced coffee at Simply Done Donuts in downtown Duluth, Mayor Nancy Harris glances out one...

Watch the Dawgs at the Ultimate Family Tailgate

College football season is like Christmas to many here in the South. It's more than a sport – it's a lifestyle.

$2 Billion? A Look Inside GCPS’ Budget

Not only does Gwinnett County Public School system count as the county's largest employer, but it's also the public school system with...

Buford’s AC Hollis Honored with $20M CHOA Donation

Once a Buford Wolf, always a Buford Wolf. Anna Charles Hollis was only able to attend Buford City Schools for a couple...

Mercer University, Gwinnett County Public Schools, FBI Atlanta Division Partner to...

Ever wanted to work for the FBI? Students at Paul Duke STEM High School now have the opportunity to explore what working...

Know the Candidates: Snellville’s Mayor and Council Hopefuls

There will be an election for City Council November 5 after six candidates qualified for two seats. No one...

Who will be the next Gwinnett County Teacher of the Year?

Local educators honored as schools select Teachers of the Year Every year, Gwinnett County Public Schools recognizes teachers from each...

Gwinnett Animal Welfare receives $50,000 grant from Best Friends Animal Society

Pets are like family. And thanks to Gwinnett Animal Welfare receiving its biggest grant to date, more pets can stay with families...

Largest Employer in Gwinnett: Superintendent J. Alvin Wilbanks Gives State of...

The largest employer in Gwinnett gives its annual State of the Schools Address. With over 23,000 employees, Gwinnett County...

It’s Art! Student and Teacher Display Works in Snellville

The art of David Raderstorf and Isaac Alcantar will be shown at the City Hall Art this month beginning this week. There is...

Duluth Honors 18th Anniversary of 9/11 with “A Remembrance of 9/11”

For the 18th anniversary of 9/11, the City of Duluth and The Dream Keepers present “A Remembrance of 9/11” with guest speakers Kathy...

New Esports Program for Kids Looking to Take Their Skills to...

Many parents have recently signed their kids up for the latest fall youth sports leagues – football, soccer, cheerleading, and many more....

Live Music, Carnival Rides & Fair Food: We’re In

One of the most anticipated events in Gwinnett County is almost here. Duluth is set to hold its 37th annual Duluth Fall...

Dreams Come True! New Special Needs Campus

Lawrenceville's Special Needs Schools of Gwinnett has been hoping for a new building to give their students a better environment to learn,...

Creativity Rules at Eye Candy Art Studio

Located in historic Duluth, Eye Candy Art Studio will bring out your creative side in no time. They believe...

Gwinnett Chamber Names 2019 Moxie Award Winners

Built for women who are bold in business, the Gwinnett Chamber honored more than 70 finalists and seven winners at the second annual Moxie Awards on...

Eastside Medical Looks to End Opioid Abuse with “Crush the Crisis”...

Over the past several years, opioid overdoses have consumed the news and, unfortunately, seem to be happening more and more. According to...

Woah! Gwinnett’s Population Nearing One Million!

Can you believe it? According to an estimate by the Atlanta Regional Commission, the county's population totals 925,800, which is 15,100 more...

Move over Ole Miss…Snellville’s Getting a Grove!

No need to travel to the Ole Miss campus – Snellville is pouring $85 million into a Grove of its own. Mayor...

Dacula Musician Levi Lowrey’s Roots Go Deep

To say that Levi Lowrey’s presence looms large is an understatement. Built like a mountain, the man commands attention when he enters a room...