City's annual Festival for Blues, Blueberries and Blue Beer is back again this summer

Norcross has got the blues…and that’s a good thing! On June 15, the Bluesberry and Beer Festival will be held in Norcross’ Betty Mauldin Park from 3 – 10 p.m. This year’s exciting lineup of blues musicians is set to entertain into the evening and will feature the coolest bands from the local blues scene.

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We can name at least three good reasons why you need to go fishing. Connection – Fishing and boating offer a great way to connect with family. Stress Relief – Fishing is considered one of the top three ways to relieve stress. Conservation - The funds from your fishing license help conserve Georgia lakes, rivers and waterways. Want one more?

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They want your time. So, take some time today to make a lifetime memory for you and your child! Research shows that most people are introduced to fishing by a family member, and most consider a family member to be their best fishing friend.

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After much anticipation, Fort Yargo State Park hosted a ribbon cutting for its new visitor center. Georgia House Appropriations Chairman Terry England and Department of Natural Resources Commissioner Mark Williams spoke during the ceremony.

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The City of Duluth will once again open its doors and extend hours to the dumpsters at the Duluth Public Works Department to any trash a resident wants to get rid of for the third annual Community Clean-Up Day.

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Thirty-nine community leaders graduated from Leadership Gwinnett this month and joined the other 1,158 alumni that make up the 35-year-old civic engagement organization.

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There is a serious misconception about not buying life insurance for a stay-at-home spouse that is all too common. Many people feel that because a spouse doesn’t work outside the home, life insurance is not necessary because there’s no salary to replace. 

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