“What if you were defined by the worst thing you ever did?”

By Rev. Russell Gray

That is a question faced by almost everyone leaving jail or prison.  How do you know if your application for a job will even be looked at beyond the little box which questions if you have ever been convicted of a felony offense?

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Sugar Hill Opening State of the Art Splash Park tonight, Sept 1st

The city of Sugar Hill is helping residents cool down with a new splash park.  The Splash Park @ Sugar Hill is located behind Sugar Hill's City Hall, adjacent to the new Dawn P. Gober Family Plaza and behind the city's amphitheater, The Bowl @ Sugar Hill.

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City of Norcross to host the 16th Atlanta British Car Fayre on September 10th
Festival to feature classic British cars and motorcycles, a car boot sale and of course...tea!

Norcross – The British are coming to downtown Norcross and they are bringing with them their classic and iconic cars at the 16th annual Atlanta British CarFayre on September 10 from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.

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WalletHub Ranks Gwinnett Technical College #1 Community College in Georgia

National Rankings Put Gwinnett Tech in Country’s Top 5% at #33

GWINNETT/NORTH FULTON – As the cost of higher learning continues to climb, students and parents today are weighing the value of a college education and ultimate return on investment more than ever before.

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Duluth Fall Festival Concert featuring On the Border
Duluth SummerStage Concert Season Finale 

Duluth – The ultimate Eagles Tribute band will wrap up Duluth’s SummerStage Concert Series for 2016. On the Border will perform on Duluth’s Festival Center Stage, September 10th. The Duluth Fall Festival sponsors this September concert each year. 

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George Norton Walters remembered
By James Walters

My sister, Vada Timberlake, my wife, Jeannie, and I returned in late June from a week in South Korea .  We were there at the invitation of Sae Eden Presbyterian Church in Seoul, which is the largest congregation in Korea. 

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Rotary and City of Lawrenceville’s Par-Tee in the Park

By Mere Jones

July was a busy month for the Rotary Club of Lawrenceville. In conjunction with the City of Lawrenceville’s ArtsFest Gwinnett, the Rotary Club of Lawrenceville hosted the first annual Par-Tee in the Park.

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Gwinnett County Lifeguards win state competition fifth year in a row

By Staff Reports

For the fifth year in a row, Gwinnett County Parks and Recreation (GCPR) wins first place at the annual Georgia Recreation and Park Association State Lifeguarding Competition, held at Lake Oconee in Greene County on July 18.

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Gateway sign approved by DDA

SNELLVILLE – Those entering the city heading east on Highway 78 will soon be greeted by a new sign. 

At the August meeting of the Downtown Development Authority, directors achieved the final step to approve construction of the first Primary Gateway monument.

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