Brookwood High media specialist honored as district’s best

By Staff Reports

Brookwood High School’s Jan Wilson is Gwinnett County Public Schools’ Library Media Specialist of the Year. Wilson, who has 19 years’ experience, has developed a successful program that is exemplary in the promotion of reading, information technology utilization, collaborative and innovative techniques, and community involvement.

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4th annual cookout for a cause

WE WANT YOU …

When?  Wednesday, April 27, 11:30 AM – ? PM 

Where? Gartrell Nash Pavilion, Lilburn City Park

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April, 2016 is Child Abuse Prevention Month in Lilburn

Nancy Chilcoat and Linda Newton of the Lilburn Woman’s Club recently received a proclamation from Lilburn Mayor Crist declaring April, 2016, Child Abuse Prevention Month in Lilburn.

The Lilburn Woman’s Club is part of the largest women’s club in the world – the International Federation of Women’s Club (GFWC).

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Lawrenceville Police Department awarded 2016 Valor Award

Crime Suppression Unit named Public Safety Unit of the Year

Lawrenceville - The City of Lawrenceville’s Police Department was awarded a 2016 Medal of Valor Award as the Public Safety Unit of the Year for the achievements of its Crime Suppression Unit (CSU).

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GCPS home to 27 Georgia Scholars

A total of 151 graduating seniors from schools across Georgia have been recognized as 2016 Georgia Scholars, the Georgia Dept. of Education announced.

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City Council Elects Mayor Pro Tem
By Staff Reports

Peachtree Corners - During its March 15th meeting, the City Council unanimously elected Councilmember Weare Gratwick (Post 6), as Mayor Pro Tem.

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Improving traffic tops priority for city leaders
By Staff Reports

Peachtree Corners – Since incorporating 3 ½ years ago, Gwinnett County’s newest city has seen construction on commercial and residential building increase dramatically.

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