Jury trials halted by COVID set to resume
Jury trials are about to resume in Georgia for the first time since the coronavirus pandemic took hold back in March. Georgia Chief Justice Harold Melton announced Wednesday he will sign an order Oct. 10 lifting the suspension of jury trials across the state. Read the full article: Capitol... Read more
Gwinnett high school adds 71 to quarantine list
Mill Creek High School Principal Jason Lane warned parents on Wednesday that 71 people at the school are being told to quarantine after individuals who have tested positive for COVID-19 came to school despite being sick. Lane sent a letter to parents explaining the new case numbers, which he... Read more
New COVID case reports continue to decline in Gwinnett
There have been 2,746 new reports of the COVID-19 novel coronavirus disease in Gwinnett County in the last two weeks as numbers continue to decline in the county, according to figures released by the Georgia Department of Public Health on Wednesday. Gwinnett’s two-week COVID-19 incidence rate, as of Wednesday,... Read more
Gwinnett teen second-youngest to die from virus
A teenager from Gwinnett County is one of only a few children in Georgia to die from the COVID-19 novel coronavirus disease, according to new data released by the Georgia Department of Public Health on Friday. The 15-year-old male is one of four Georgians under the age of 20... Read more
Northside Gwinnett preparing $57 million ER expansion
Northside Hospital Gwinnett is about to take on a major expansion that is expected to essentially double the capacity of the existing emergency department. The Lawrenceville hospital received the green light from the Georgia Department of Community Health to begin a $57 million dollar of the emergency department this... Read more

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