Warbington outlines vision for City of Lawrenceville
By Katie Hart Smith
The City of Lawrenceville welcomed City Manager, Chuck Warbington to his new role, Friday, April 1, 2016 after being confirmed by a special called meeting of the Mayor and City Council in March.
Benton House of Grayson offers an educational series to enlighten and inform area seniors and their families
By Deborah Osterhaudt
The Benton House, Grayson’s newest Personal and Memory Care community dedicated to making a difference in the lives of seniors, is kicking off an educational series to help older adults and family members with these often complicated subjects.
Drone Racing is both fun and competitive
By Carole Townsend
Peachtree Corners – Todd Wahl is passionate about a few things. First of course, is his young family. Todd and his wife have four children, and family activities from dinner to neighborhood walks, are a priority.
GGC pours $416 million into local economy
By Sally L. Ramey
Georgia Gwinnett College contributed more than $416 million to its local economy during fiscal year 2015, according to an annual study of the University System of Georgia’s (USG) economic impact on the state.