Gwinnett County Commissioner Kirkland Carden proposed a resolution in mid-February that would decriminalize marijuana possession of less than one ounce.
In a conversation with GGC’s The Globe, Gwinnett County Sheriff Keybo Taylor sat down to discuss his goals for the department’s approach to improve its relations and trust with Gwinnett’s diverse communities, condemned the GOP backed legislation on GA election laws, and addressed the Atlanta spa shootings, saying it constituted
In Johns Creek, a Northview High School club, Northview FEM, partnered with Women’s March to host an annual local march last October for women’s rights in direct response to the death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
Georgia Familia Unidas (GAFU) has rallied a coalition of local law firms and organizations to provide legal and financial assistance at community “clinics” to the victims of the deadly nitrogen gas leak at a Foundation Food Group poultry plant, which left six dead and several critically injured in Gainesville.
Buford, Ga––As in-person class sessions continueacross Gwinnett County, local high schools try to navigate pandemic protocols to keep students and staff safe while seniors remain unsure of the fate of their final year.
Gwinnett area Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) recipients face financial hurdles due to their immigration status as Georgia’s laws continue to curb some of the program’s benefits that would help integrate these young immigrants into their communities.
The Georgia Swarm (12-4) cruised to a 17-10 victory against the San Diego Seals (9-5) on Friday night at Harrah’s Cherokee Casino Field at Infinite Energy Arena. Ladies Night had the Arena buzzing with anticipation for the second annual Tara Fine Jewelry Diamond Drop. One lucky lady walked away with a diamond