7th Annual L.E.A.D. (Learn, Engage, Advance Duluth) Academy Participants Graduate

Duluth, Georgia - The graduation of the City of Duluth’s seventh class of L.E.A.D. participants was held at Kurt’s Bistro on Thursday, March 19th. Participants were presented certificates and t shirts from Mayor Nancy Harris. L.E.A.D. offers an avenue for citizens to become knowledgeable about City operations, services, and the overall essential functions of City government.

BLOOM with Jenna blossoms

Landmark Floral Shop Takes on Fresh New Name and Exciting New Direction After 40 Years

Tucked away at 2149 Scenic Highway is a charming floral boutique with which much of Snellville and surrounding Gwinnett County has become familiar over the last four decades. Launched as A Daisy A Day in 1975 by Jim and Mary Guatney, the shop has seen its fair share of births, high school dances, weddings, anniversaries, birthdays, and funerals.

Award winning Good II the Bone owners, Michael and Simone Jones surrounded by a large crowd for their ribbon cutting.
Good II The Bone...  more than BBQ
By Beth Volpert-Johansen

Many family-owned businesses choose names that have deep meaning, and Good II The Bone is no different. Chef Michael and Simone Jones share a history that runs deep with meaning and family that shows their food is absolutely good to the bone delicious.

The Wisteria Pop-Up Marketplace Committee meets to brainstorm about the marketplace set for May 16.

Pop-up Public Market set for May 16 thanks to ARC grant

Snellville – A meet-up event extraordinaire; a Pop-Up Public Marketplace is expected to draw hundreds of visitors to a catalyst site of The Towne Center @ Snellville May 16, thanks to a $15,000 grant from the Atlanta Regional Commission.

President of GPB (left), Teya Ryan, state winner Sean Tackett, Senior Director of United Way of Greater Atlanta (right), Louis Negrón.
Stop the Drop... video competition
By Beth Volpert-Johansen

Stop the Drop is an initiative created by Georgia Public Broadcasting that is dedicated to preventing high school dropouts. Currently, Georgia’s graduation rate is less than 70 percent, well below the national average.