Brookwood High School graduate Allen Moore and Dacula High School graduate Tabitha D'Amato have won $8,000 college scholarships from Georgia-Pacific. They are pictured with Georgia-Pacific President and CEO Christian Fischer.

More than $12 Million Awarded Since Program Inception

Allen Moore, a recent graduate of Brookwood High School in Snellville, and Tabitha D'Amato, a recent graduate of Dacula High School, have been selected to receive a Georgia-Pacific Foundation Employees' Children Scholarship. Both plan to study aerospace engineering at Georgia Tech.

The Canada goose lives in a variety of habitats, often in locations that are in close proximity to people, such as suburban neighborhood ponds, office complexes, parks, and other developed areas. This can become a frustration factor for landowners when geese begin to molt in the summer, according to the Georgia Department of Natural Resources' Wildlife Resources Division (WRD).

Sharie Artis-Hood was awarded the Doctor of Pharmacy degree May 22, 2019, from Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine-Georgia (PCOM-GA) School of Medicine in Suwanee, Ga.

City's annual Festival for Blues, Blueberries and Blue Beer is back again this summer

Norcross has got the blues…and that’s a good thing! On June 15, the Bluesberry and Beer Festival will be held in Norcross’ Betty Mauldin Park from 3 – 10 p.m. This year’s exciting lineup of blues musicians is set to entertain into the evening and will feature the coolest bands from the local blues scene.

We can name at least three good reasons why you need to go fishing. Connection – Fishing and boating offer a great way to connect with family. Stress Relief – Fishing is considered one of the top three ways to relieve stress. Conservation - The funds from your fishing license help conserve Georgia lakes, rivers and waterways. Want one more?

They want your time. So, take some time today to make a lifetime memory for you and your child! Research shows that most people are introduced to fishing by a family member, and most consider a family member to be their best fishing friend.

After much anticipation, Fort Yargo State Park hosted a ribbon cutting for its new visitor center. Georgia House Appropriations Chairman Terry England and Department of Natural Resources Commissioner Mark Williams spoke during the ceremony.