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.

Conference for caregivers and their support teams

By Rev. Sylvia Ramos
Living the Caregiver Journey Conference

We are excited to share with you a conference being presented at Peachtree Corners Christian Church. The conference is an opportunity for all caregivers to take a day for themselves.

Community Chat with Duluth City Council

Duluth – Great things are happening in Duluth and for some there may be some questions or concerns. Now is the chance to meet with your Councilmembers and discuss any pressing topics. 

Gwinnett Quilters Guild “Just For You”

By Joan Beattie

On May 17, the Gwinnett Quilters Guild held their annual quilt celebration to culminate their year-long community service project, "Just For You."

Travel safety tips for your wallet
By Ginger Kilman

With summer vacation just around the corner, it is good to be prepared beyond just packing the right items for your destination.

Hey Y'all
When Hell froze over
By Marlene Ratledge Buchanen

We have had such beautiful spring weather recently. The temperatures have been in the 70’s and low 80’s. The pollen count has been in the thousands.

Lawrenceville’s Former City Manager Honored by Georgia Municipal Association
Robert Baroni Receives ‘Lifetime Service’ Award

Lawrenceville - Former Lawrenceville City Manager Robert “Bob” Baroni received the Lifetime Service Award from the Georgia Municipal Association (GMA) in recognition of his 42 years of service to the city.

Caring for our veterans and their spouses
By Matthew Wages Johnson

Q. My elderly parent is a veteran or was married to a veteran, and I am looking for financial assistance for caring for him or her.  What assistance does the Department of Veterans Affairs offer?