Connie Wiggins to retire from Gwinnett Clean and Beautiful

6:06 pm Oct. 28, 2015

Gwinnett Clean and Beautiful is seeking a new leader.

Connie Wiggins, who has led the organization since 1985, will retire as president and executive director. She’ll stay with the organization until March to help the new director with the transition.

“I am so proud of what we accomplished over the past three decades,” Wiggins said in a statement. “We have a strong and involved Board of Directors, a dedicated staff and an

Snow in metro Atlanta: Health clinic openings delayed

8:25 am Feb. 26, 2015

In Gwinnett County, the roads are largely clear, county spokesman Joe Sorenson said. However, the Buford and Norcross public health clinics have delayed their openings until 10 a.m. All others will open on time, as planned.

The winter storm that dumped more than a half-foot of snow across parts of north Georgia Wednesday and overnight has moved out of the state. While metro Atlanta interstates are wet but mostly ice free,

Snow in metro Atlanta: Suwanee closings

3:25 pm Feb. 25, 2015

The city of Suwanee will delay opening its government offices and municipal courts on Thursday.

Both will open at noon.

Municipal court cases scheduled for Thursday morning are rescheduled for March 17.  Afternoon cases are expected to take place as scheduled.

For more court information, call 770-945-6962.

Snow in metro Atlanta: Gwinnett County transit ending early

2:54 pm Feb. 25, 2015

Gwinnett County is ending local transit service early Wednesday because of winter weather.

The following routes will end early:

Route 10A’s last bus will depart on its route from Sugarloaf Park and Ride Lot at 3:30pm

Route 10B’s last bus will depart on its route from Doraville MARTA Station at 5:50pm

Route 10B’s last bus will depart on its route from Sugarloaf Park and Ride Lot at 4:45pm

Route 20’s last bus will depart on

Snow in metro Atlanta: Gwinnett government closing

2:00 pm Feb. 25, 2015

Gwinnett County government is closing at 2 p.m. While police, fire and other public safety workers will continue to work, all nonessential public employees are being sent home.

County spokesman Joe Sorenson said the decision was made based on the forecast.

“There’s no weather to be reported here at all,” he said.