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September 1, 2017

Charlotte J. Nash

SPLOST: Building a Better Gwinnett

This was a busy summer of groundbreakings and ribbon cuttings as we continue to deliver new SPLOST-funded projects to make our county a better place to live, work and play.

Mario Hill, Darren Domercant and Patrick Lyons

Off to a good start

Every start to the school year seems special. However, the 2017-2018 year kicked it up a notch with, for some, a once in a life time phenomenon, the Solar Eclipse. Schools all over the county celebrated in a variety of ways.

Ella Thomas

15 and driving

Turning 15 has one meaning known universally to us, and all too well to our parents… it means it’s time to drive. Everyone remembers the first time they got behind the wheel of a car. Whether it was a dramatic movie moment, or simply begging for your turn in an office parking lot (like me), the first time you drive is a memory that you will have forever.

By Fidias De Leon, Eastside Urgent Care Physician

Healthy Habits For the Entire Family

Summer is coming to an end and most kids have headed back to school. It is time to switch the focus and start thinking about classes, sports, and after-school activities. As you begin your back-to-school preparations and pick out your new clothes and backpacks, it is also a good idea to begin the school year off with new healthy habits for the kids and the entire family.

David Walker, Attorney at Law

Elder Financial Abuse

Our office is getting an increasing number of inquiries about elder financial abuse. Recurring situations include misuse of a power of attorney, and someone convincing the elder person to give them money.

Tim Daly

Make sure you use plants that fit the site

Fall is an excellent time of the year to install trees and shrubs. During the cold weather months, the top part of the plants grow very slowly, but the roots will continue to grow and expand. By the next growing season, they are better established and can tolerate the hot, dry conditions of the summer.