bowlingKiwanis Club of Loganville is going to party like a rock star! Whaaat? Where? When? Why?

Glad you asked. The rock has three holes in it. It’s a bowling party, of course, at Stars and Strikes, 479 Brightwell Court in Loganville, where we will be throwing strikes and gutter balls to raise money in support of the many non-profit organizations that diligently serve members of the Loganville community.

No outdoor fires, smoking at county parks due to fire danger

A temporary ban on smoking, outdoor grill use and campfires in all Gwinnett County Parks and Recreation facilities is in effect starting Friday, Nov. 18 and will remain in place as long as the risk of wildfire due to prolonged drought conditions remains high.

Deck the Hall
Holiday event on Duluth Town Green

“Deck the Hall” with Duluth this year! Formerly the Duluth Tree Lighting, Deck the Hall will help bring in the holiday spirit with a polar express train ride, a snow playground, Santa Claus and more!

The Archer community is united

With the start of the school year over effectively a cool ease settles in at Archer High School.

The perks of pet therapy at Dogwood Forest of Grayson

Pets have the remarkable ability to make us happy just watching them be themselves. They provide unconditional love and can make a crummy day seem just a little less crummy. So it’s no surprise that like many other alternative therapies, – such as music, for instance – pet therapy is being embraced in today’s medical community growing in popularity in recent years.

World traveler, home town girl

Nakia Sanford has returned, with 20 years worth of experiences. Lets take a few moments to re-introduce her to Snellville.

When did your family first come to Snellville?
My mom and step dad moved here 22 years ago. I CAME KICKING AND SCREAMING. It was my senior year of High school, so you can imagine what that was like for me. Snellville was not like it is today. 124 was still a two lane and mostly still family farm land. I was in complete culture shock.

StreetWise Georgia to provide holiday help for hundreds in need 

While turkey and stuffing begin their annual tug on American taste buds, many families cannot afford to consider these holiday staples. 

Feeding America reports that 17.7 percent of Georgia’s population is categorized as food insecure.

Contract OK’d Between City and New City Manager 

PEACHTREE CORNERS – The Mayor and City Council announced today that the employment contract between the City and Brian L. Johnson, who was recently selected as the new city manager, has been approved.