Nothing but the Truth Awarded Grant from Rotary Club of Gwinnett County
Lawrenceville Non-Profit Organization Will Use Money to Expand ESL Classes

Lawrenceville — Nothing but the Truth, a Lawrenceville non-profit organization, has been awarded a $1,000 grant from Rotary Club of Gwinnett County. Kelly McGee accepted the grant from Rotary President Marlon Allen at the club’s May 10th meeting.

Reid Mullins Scholarship winner announced

By Carol Ann Chapman

The Reid Mullins Scholarship Committee is proud to announce the recipient for 2016 is Gabriel A. Gonzalez.  He is a graduate of South Gwinnett High School in Snellville.

LDAC Scholarship winners

Lawrenceville - It was a big day for 21 high school male graduating seniors heading to college.

21 students each received $1,000 scholarships at a luncheon recently at Georgia Gwinnett College.

Ervin Crumbly Award winner

The Georgia Lions State Convention, Judy & Pete Stamsen (left)  were presented with the Ervin Crumbly Award, the highest award presented by the Lions of Georgia.

Snellville police captain set to retire, given accolades

By Staff Reports

Snellville – City officials said “goodbye” to 16-year police department veteran Capt. Carey Roberts Monday.

Roberts will retire from active duty June 30 and move with his family to the Savannah area to begin a new chapter in their lives.

Grayson JROTC program popular among students
Funding is key to keeping this program at GHS

By Carole Townsend
Staff Correspondent

Grayson -  Jackson Williams is just 15 years old, a 9th grader at Grayson High School. But speak to this young man, and he just might fool you into thinking he’s much older.