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November 16, 2016

World traveler, hometown girl!

World traveler, hometown girl!

Nakia Sanford has returned, with 20 years worth of experiences. Lets take a few moments to re-introduce her to Snellville.

Nancy McCormick

Shining a light on #1- lung cancer

August 23, 2014 is a date Dee (Dorothy) Moore will forever hold in her memory. It was on that day the Dacula resident was told she had Stage 4 adeno non-small cell lung cancer. She was shocked. She had never smoked! How could she have lung cancer?

Button Gwinnett SAR, Athens SAR, Philadelphia Winn Chapter NSDAR, William Day Chapter NSDAR. Front Row: William Day Chapter Kris White, Philadelphia Winn Chapter Lynn Jacques, William Day Chapter Leslie Watkins, Philadelphia Winn Chapter First Vice Regent Ann Story, Philadelphia Winn Chapter Corresponding Secretary Lee Schermerhorn Back row: Button Gwinnett SAR Mike Watkins, Walker Chewning, Athens Chapter SAR Jay Guest, Scott Collins, BG SAR Bennie Koon, Eldon Evans, Bruce Maney, Fred Meyer

Veterans honored in Snellville

Snellville residents, “Where Everybody’s Somebody,” along with scores of attendees from surrounding communities, gathered on the lawn in front of the majestic Snellville City Hall at dusk to honor veterans from every branch of service.

House of Cards actor, Michael Kelly with mother Maureen Kelly at the WISER Hero of the Year Awards, Washington, DC.

Maureen Kelly: a hero amongst us

Maureen Kelly is one of those rare women who proves that you can have it all – a family and a career. It just doesn’t have to be at the same time.

2017 proposed budget invests in public safety, judical system and community engagement

2017 proposed budget invests in public safety, judical system and community engagement

Gwinnett Commission Chairman Charlotte Nash presented a proposed $1.56 billion budget for fiscal year 2017 to the public and the Board of Commissioners during a briefing on Tuesday. The proposed budget is up about 5.5 percent from this year and includes a $1.18 billion operating budget plus another $384 million for capital improvements.