Lawrenceville residents will have to start paying a little more to keep the lights on starting next month.
The latest development in a series of downtown projects to break ground in Lawrenceville is an old idea with a new twist for the city.
Retiring Lawrenceville Mayor Judy Jordan Johnson will be recognized by Gwinnett's business learders next year for her years of service, the Gwinnett Chamber announced Monday.
The city passed a new open container ordinance last week allowing people to carry and consume alcoholic beverages in the official downtown district.
A Lawrenceville police officer who cared for a homeless man in her off-duty time, practically adopting him in the process.
The city has received the Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada's “Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting."
Lawrenceville's Gas Department is being recognized for its safety efforts - again.
As work continues on Lawrenceville’s Southlawn project, city officials are preparing to simultaneously expand amenities at the neighboring Lawrenceville Lawn.
The American Public Gas Association recently recognized the Lawrenceville natural gas system with a Safety Contest Award for dedication to safety based on the systems’ overall incident (lost work time) rates.
Gwinnett has requested permission to include upgrades to its Sanitary Sewer System on Sims and Phillips Streets west of Grayson Highway.