Lawrenceville and Stone Mountain are two of 23 spots around Georgia where state officials will conduct remote testing for the coronavirus disease known as COVID-19, Gov. Brian Kemp announced Monday.
In its first regular meeting via teleconference, the Lawrenceville City Council approved a $24,000 purchase of a dozen license plate-reading cameras.
The city of Lawrenceville is temporarily shutting down all facilities at noon Friday as part of the city's efforts to stem the spread of the coronavirus disease known as COVID-19.
Lawrenceville has declared a local state of emergency over coronavirus, temporarily allowing government meetings via teleconference, to-go sales of beer and wine from restaurants and other measures.
The Lawrenceville City Council voted Wednesday afternoon to declare a state of emergency in the city, authorizing city leaders to take extraordinary measures to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus disease known as COVID-19 and help businesses affected by the outbreak.
Lawrenceville's Municipal Court will not hold any court sessions through the beginning of April to help flatten the curve of the spreading coronavirus outbreak.
Gwinnett County and the city of Lawrenceville recently received a $10,000 grant from Food Well Alliance to help get the garden started.
The Lawrenceville Planning Commission will consider a proposal for Third Rail Distillery at its March 2 meeting at Lawrenceville City Hall.
Lawrenceville Mayor David Still talked about a lot of construction projects during his first-ever "fireside chat"-style State of the City Address on Wednesday.
Lawrenceville residents will have to start paying a little more to keep the lights on starting next month.