Sunday February 17th, 2019 4:51AM

Joy Holmes

Multimedia Journalist
Joy Holmes
TIES TO THE COMMUNITY: Gainesville Rotary selects Dallas Gay, Sandra Deal for annual honors
Dallas Gay was selected at the Gainesville Rotary Club's Man of the Year, while Georgia's former First Lady Sandra Deal was named the Woman of the Year.
11:30PM ( 5 days ago )
VIDEO: Polar Bear Plunge make-up day held on Lanier Saturday
The annual Polar Bear Plunge took place on Lake Lanier after the event had to be reschedules due to dangerously high water levels in January.
6:00PM ( 1 week ago )
President Jimmy Carter up for a Grammy
Former President Jimmy Carter has been nominated for a Grammy on Sunday.
12:50PM ( 1 week ago )
Gwinnett County Police on the hunt for two female shoplifters
Two women were spotted stealing roughly $1,200 worth of clothing from a retail store in Lawrenceville, according to the Gwinnett County Police Dept.
10:28AM ( 1 week ago )
East Hall student wins Boys & Girls Clubs Youth of the Year
The Boys and Girls Clubs of Lanier named Charisma Cheeks as Youth of the Year for 2019 for her outstanding accomplishments and role model behavior.
3:19PM ( 1 week ago )
VIDEO: Economic expert tells locals they're losing impact in North Georgia, invest in land for future
For more than three decades, North Georgia real estate expert Frank Norton, Jr., has crunched numbers, analyzed data and kept an eagle eye on trends that impact the economic health of his home region.
9:00AM ( 1 week ago )
Gwinnett County firefighters respond to fire in historic Buford
9-1-1 reported smoke was coming out of the crawlspace of a business in the historic business district of downtown Buford on Monday, according to the Gwinnett County Fire Dept.
4:45PM ( 1 week ago )
Charges filed in fatal Clermont accident
The driver of the fatal one-car accident in Clermont has been charged following the death of a Duluth teenager, according to the Georgia State Patrol.
1:40PM ( 1 week ago )
VIDEO: INK reopens after flooded disaster
For the past 17 years, a small non-profit known as the Interactive Neighborhood for Kids allowed children to imagine themselves to be a doctor, banker, or whatever their hearts desired. Which is why when the museum’s pottery room suffered a small fire that then led to flooding that destroyed many of the children’s favorite exhibits in September, it left the organization with no choice but to close their doors.
7:35PM ( 2 weeks ago )
Police look for suspect who damaged Buford car dealership
Gwinnett County Police need help identifying a suspect who broke into the Mini Cooper Dealership on Buford Drive last week.
1:13PM ( 3 weeks ago )