Gwinnett Technical College’s Commercial Construction Management program has been approved by the American Council for Construction Education (ACCE) for a five-year accreditation. This accreditation assures students receive a quality education in construction management which is current with emerging technologies and requirements in the construction industry.

Oats Band Members, L to R: Todd Olsen, Brian Nicolatos, Rob Vincent

In the early '90s a Christian pop-rock band was formed known as The Waiting, founded by local brothers Brad and Todd Olsen. Todd, who grew up in and lives in Lilburn, made arrangements for one of the band's first gigs to be at Lilburn Daze, the annual Arts and Crafts Festival held in Lilburn City Park.

A Remembrance of 9/11

The City of Duluth and The Dream Keepers present “A Remembrance of 9/11” with guest speakers Kathy Fincher and Rodney M. Cook Jr. Learn how this world tragedy reshaped a Georgia patriot forever.

In 1976 a young woman with a very special talent-spotted an article in a Farmer's Market brochure looking for vendors for an event called Lilburn Daze. It would be the third year of Lilburn Daze and hosted by the Lilburn Woman's Club and the City of Lilburn and would be held in a K-Mart parking lot in Lilburn.

The theme: "Get Ready to Travel Japan- Olympics 2020!"

Experience Japan like never before at this year's JapanFest Atlanta! Our 33rd JapanFest this year is all about "traveling" to Japan to enjoy the traditions, natural beauty, and pop culture of the nation that is hosting the 2020 Olympics!

Muralist Yehimi Cambron is coming to the Norcross Community Market on August 10!

On Saturday, August 10, the City of Norcross and Norcross Public Arts Commission (NPAC) will host famed Atlanta artist and muralist, Yehimi Cambron. Ms. Cambron will be doing “demonstration art” for both children and adults at the Norcross Community Market at Lillian Webb Park, which is a project of the Sustainable Norcross Commission every Saturday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. during the summer months.