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It's not unusual to hear of incidents in which people have items taken from their cars.
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If you see a large police presence near Union Grove Church on Fence Road this afternoon, do not be alarmed.
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The first day of school started off with an accident for one Peachtree Elementary School student and bus driver.
Harry Spirides, owner and CEO of Ocean Plaza Beach Resort on Tybee Island, is proposing the addition of a parking deck on the hotel property and replacement of the current Conference Center with a larger meeting facility.
The following Dacula residents were booked into the Gwinnett County Jail between Dec. 3 and Dec. 6. Those arrested and their charges include .
A little hero was rewarded on Friday for her big brave act. Back in July, Zna Gresham was there when a mother tossed a 1-month-old baby from a burning second-floor unit at the Arbors at North Decatur Complex.
When the holidays are over, drop off your live, undecorated Christmas tree from December 26 to January 18 at various locations in Gwinnett County to be chipped into mulch and used for County parks and facilities.
Apalachee River Animal Hospital in Dacula needs your help with a holiday fundraiser.
The vehicle smashed through a fence on Plantation Mill Drive in Buford and struck the corner of the home near the garage area.
Following is a list of five Peachtree Corners restaurants which have been inspected recently by the Gwinnett County's Board of Health.
The regional youth detention center in Gwinnett County is closing in June, with some offenders set to transfer to the Gainesville RYDC, the Department of Juvenile Justice announced Thursday evening.
Two brothers have been arrested and jailed in Gwinnett County in connection with an armed robbery incident in Suwanee in November, according to police.
Following more than 10 rounds of voting, Gwinnett County real estate executive Kerry Armstrong yesterday was elected chairman of the Atlanta Regional Commission, the planning behemoth that helps craft metro Atlanta's long-term transportation, water, and land use policies.
Despite promises to hold those accountable for warning signs missed, there's been no report of any employee within the Gwinnett County office being fired, demoted or even retrained.