“If opioid addiction in the United States is the worst manmade epidemic in the history of American medicine, then fentanyl is the worst mass-murder campaign in American history.” (from the award-winning DO NO HARM documentary produced by Media Policy Center)
Gwinnett County’s budget for 2023 totals $2.27 billion, broken down into $1.78 billion for operating costs and $488 million for capital improvements.
Budget focuses on infrastructure upgrades, employee skills, technology, several new positions and staff for initiatives
On December 17th, over 150 people arrived at East Shadowlawn Memorial Gardens in Lawrenceville to pay honor to 350 Veterans by laying a fresh balsam wreath on each of their graves and saying their names out loud in remembrance of them.
• More cartels are represented in Atlanta than in any other city in the country.
• Number one killer of people ages 18 – 49
• Why kill their customers?
• Fentanyl is in everything, even weed
The Bronze Good Citizenship Medal was authorized in 1895 by the National Society, Sons of the American Revolution (NSSAR), as a way to recognize persons whose achievements are noteworthy in their school, community, or state.
Jackson Electric Membership Corporation (EMC) is accepting applications for the annual Washington Youth Tour, sponsored by the nation’s electric cooperatives.
Duluth’s William Day Chapter, NSDAR, held first Wreaths Across America ceremony at the Duluth Cemetery
On Saturday, December 17, Duluth’s William Day Chapter, NSDAR (National Society Daughters of the American Revolution), held the first Wreaths Across America ceremony at the Duluth Cemetery.
Supporting the 11Alive/Salvation Army Can-A-Thon has been an annual school-wide tradition at Greater Atlanta Christian School for the past 10 years.