FODAC and Georgia Agencies to provide assistive technology for seniors and disabled

Partnership between Non-Profit and Georgia’s Division of Aging Will Increase Independence and Community Engagement for Mobility-Impaired across the State

Stone Mountain - Friends of Disabled Adults and Children (FODAC), a non-profit organization providing over $10 million annually in home medical equipment (HME) and supplies to people with injuries and disabilities, today announced a partnership agreement with Georgia’s Division of Aging Services (DAS), a part of the state’s Department of Human Services (DHS).

Hebron Christian Academy breaking ground

Hebron Christian Academy breaking ground on their new state-of-the-art Middle School and Fine Arts Center

By Sheila Long

Dacula – Gwinnett County Chairman Charlotte Nash will join Dacula Mayor Jimmy Wilbanks; Dr. Tracey Pritchard, Head of School at Hebron Christian Academy; Chairman Cory Robinson, HCA Board of Directors; Chairman Chuck Warbington, HCA Building Committee and Lawrenceville City Manager;

SummerStage Concert Series featuring Drivin N Cryin

A night of dancing, food and entertainment

Duluth – Enjoy the sounds of southern rock, fused with country, jangle pop and hard rock on August 13th when Atlanta's very own, Drivin N Cryin hits the Duluth Festival Center Stage.

Obituary

Mr. Billy L. Roberts, age 75, of Lawrenceville, passed away July 23, 2016.  He grew up in Augusta, son of the late Hershell and Veona Smoak Roberts.  He was a veteran of the United States Navy. Billy was a millwright and an electrician, and he enjoyed fishing.

Lawrenceville Youth Football Association Kicks Off 2016 Season

By Katie Hart Smith
Staff Correspondent

On Saturday, July 23, 2016, the Lawrenceville Youth Association (LYA) football and cheer programs kicked off their 2016 season by hosting a community gathering and cook-out at Rhodes Jordan Park. 

Gwinnett first county to join metro Atlanta Business Court division

By Staff Reports

Lawrenceville – In 2014, Fulton County Superior Court Judge John Goger, who presides over the Fulton County Business Court, decided to see if the business court model, used successfully in Fulton County for over 10 years, could be expanded.

Recycle at Trip Elementary

Debbie Partrick, STEM specials teacher at Trip Elementary in Grayson, as well as the entire school family, is participating in a community recycling program that will earn money for their school.

Home is where the heart is
By Bill Walker

They say home is where the heart is and Legacy State Bank has both its home and heart in Loganville and the surrounding areas.