State Fish Art Contest deadline is March 31

Got a young artist residing in your home?  Be sure to encourage them to enter the 18th annual Wildlife Forever State-Fish Art contest.  This contest is open to kids in Grades K-12 but the deadline for entries is March 31st – and you have to enter to win!  

Wesleyan student Madison Darsey, is getting a jump start on her future. 

The Peachtree Corners teen attended The Pediatric 2040 Conference in January. It was an opportunity to explore her interest in Pediatrics. During the four day conference in California, Darsey listened to some incredible lectures, including one by Dr. Patrick Soon Shiong

How does your Garden (Club) grow?
By Jolyn Barrow

I have recently had the great honor of becoming a member of the Norcross community. In an effort to meet new people I joined the Norcross Garden Club. So far, I have attended a number of their meetings which always include a topic I find interesting, for example, planting to attract butterflies, what to do with gourds, and a fantastic discussion about the past Gold Medal Winning plants in Georgia.

New, old and reclaimed love stories

By Beth Volpert Johansen

February means love is certainly in the air. Love stories are as unique and varied as the couples themselves. Sometimes the pair find a perfect match online through the most high octane profile.

Experience “A Norcross Night to Remember” on February 13

City of Norcross to Host Valentine-Themed Evening with Carriage Rides, Free Vow Renewals and More

Norcross - With endless options for a romantic outing, the city of Norcross is opening up its heart and historic downtown for “A Norcross Night to Remember” on Saturday, February 13, from 6-8 p.m.

Howard receives GMA training certificate

Snellville – Mayor Pro Tem Bobby Howard received the prestigious Certificate of Recognition from the Harold F. Holtz Municipal Training Institute at the Georgia Municipal Association’s Annual Mayors’ Day Conference in Atlanta on Jan. 24.