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Full weekend of music with Matthew Perryman Jones, Dang Girls Night Out!, and Gwinnett School of Rock Spring Concert.
Gwinnett County Board of Education adopts $1.763 billion FY2014 budget and tentatively adopts 1.30 mills increase in tax millage rate.
The Atlanta Marriott Gwinnett Place in Duluth officially becomes the Sonesta Gwinnett Place Friday, May 17.
Sentencing for Duluth resident Gary on a federal bribery charge now scheduled for Aug. 27. This is the third time it has been rescheduled.
This is the first Fairfield Inn & Suites in the area to feature the brand’s new design and décor.
Visitors gather on the Duluth Town Green to admire art and celebrate Mother's Day.
Eddie Owen Presents hosts live interactive concerts by the Songs for Kids Foundation May 9, 10 & 11 at the Red Clay Theatre in Duluth.
Duluth City Council, Downtown Development Authority informally agree on ambitious timeline for seeking, selecting developers for retail/entertainment district and residential neighborhood downtown.
Consulting firm hired by Duluth studies four downtown sites for 100-unit hotel and three sites outside downtown and concludes The Block is the superior site.
'Shaken, Not Stirred' Saturday night. Three singer-songwriters performing Friday night. Premium reserved seating for Edwin McCain concert Sunday night sold out.
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