CPR saves more than just humans

By Carole Townsend
Staff Correspondent

It’s a sad and serious problem, especially here in the South. County pet shelters (what we used to call “dog pounds”) are overrun with both cats and dogs who have been abused, neglected, confiscated or simply “turned in” by their owners. 

Loganville’s Nell Foster celebrates 110 years

By Carole Townsend
Staff Correspondent

Runell, or as she prefers “Miss Nell” or “Aunt Nell,” Foster recently sat down with me to talk about life, love, children, God, and English. Here is what she had to say.

Connie Wiggins retires from GC&B

Wiggins Retires from GC&B After Three Decades of  Making Gwinnett A Cleaner, Greener and A  Better Place to Live

By Phylecia Wilson
Staff Correspondent

When Connie Wiggins walked out of her Gwinnett Clean and Beautiful (GC&B) office for the last time on March 29, she undoubtedly left with the assurance and satisfaction that in the 31 years of serving as executive director of the Keep America Beautiful affiliate she made a tremendous difference in the quality of life in her beloved Gwinnett County.

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Duluth Art Week
8-day concentration on the Arts

Duluth – The City of Duluth is proud to host an 8-day art week designed to bring out the artist in you. From May 7th to May 14th, citizens can expect to see different forms of art throughout the City

Tax Assessors Board mails annual Assessment notices

Lawrenceville – In accordance with state law, the Gwinnett County Board of Assessors today mailed approximately 275,000 annual notices of current assessment to residential and commercial property owners.