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Recent articles by Arielle:

Gwinnett commissioners approve warehouses on former Dave & Buster’s land

Gwinnett County commissioners have approved a request to put warehouses at the site of a closed Dave & Buster's near Gwinnett Place Mall. → Read More

Georgia governments can’t hold online hearings in COVID-19 era

Ga. governments are holding public hearings in person because state law keeps them from happening online. → Read More

Two Dacula children attacked by rabid fox

A rabid fox attacked two children in Dacula. → Read More

Gwinnett libraries to allow curbside pickup beginning Tuesday

Gwinnett County library branches will open book drops Tuesday and will allow patrons to pick up materials that are on hold. → Read More

Judge rejects request for Spanish ballot applications in Gwinnett

A federal judge said Gwinnett County does not have to send residents Spanish-language ballot applications. → Read More

Gwinnett approves early voting schedule with fewer hours, locations

The coronavirus pandemic has caused Gwinnett County to reduce its early voting hours and locations. → Read More

Courts start taking about how to resume ‘normal’ operations

If the state’s judicial emergency expires on schedule in mid-May, courts will have the option... → Read More

Candidates for Georgia political offices try to make case online

Georgia candidates are moving to online debates and forums in an effort to reach local residents. → Read More

Duluth cancels summer camp due to coronavirus pandemic

Duluth cancels summer camp programs because of coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Gwinnett County cancels zoning meeting, public hearing for April

Gwinnett County commissioners have canceled an April public hearing because of the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Congregations move to cyberspace and parking lots for worship

Any normal Palm Sunday, the congregants of Pastor Shell Osbon’s church would stroll into the sanctuary and exchange hugs and high fives. But this Sunday, the start of Christianity’s holiest week, was anything but normal. Dozens of members of Life Church Smyrna Assembly of God pulled their cars into the parking lot and never left their seats. “Hey y’all!” read a sign held by a church staffer,… → Read More

Norcross to suspend drive-through services at City Hall

Norcross suspends drive-through services at City Hall beginning Monday. → Read More

Lawrenceville mayor wants stricter stay-at-home rules than state

Lawrenceville Mayor David Still has asked for more leeway in enhancing the state's stay-at-home order. → Read More

Lawrenceville to offer help with utility payments

Lawrenceville will return some utility deposits to help residents cover bills through coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Gwinnett County, cities, order residents to stay at home

Gwinnett County has issued a stay-at-home order until April 13. → Read More

Gwinnett commissioners still debate MARTA expansion as deadline nears

Gwinnett County leaders still haven't made up their mind on whether to expand heavy rail into the county - or whether to have a vote at all. → Read More

Website launches for Gwinnett help in coronavirus outbreak will help connect county residents to volunteer opportunities and to help in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Gwinnett to delay some tax collections amid coronavirus outbreak

Gwinnett County has delayed some tax collections to get more money into the hands of business owners during the coronavirus outbreak. → Read More

Dacula holds elections, even as state calls them off mid-outbreak

Dacula is continuing with a city council election even though the state has postponed its March primary. → Read More

Gwinnett declares coronavirus emergency

Gwinnett County declares emergency; commissioners participated by phone amid coronavirus outbreak. → Read More