Obituary - Earnest Eugene Poynter

Earnest Eugene Poynter, 64, of Snellville, passed away on Tuesday, November 17, 2015, in Snellville. Earnie was born on May 18, 1951 in Sarasota, FL to Earnest and Katherine Poynter.

The City of Duluth’s signature event of the year is right around the corner. The 37th annual Duluth Tree Lighting will surely help bring in the holiday season for many on Saturday, December 5th

The event kicks off at 5pm with fun activities for children such as arts and crafts, letters to Santa, inflatables, and City Hall Open House.

Honors for Assistant Principal Nichols

Collins Hill High School Assistant Principal Dr. Kim Nichols has been named the Georgia Association of Secondary School Principals (GASSP) Assistant Principal of the Year.

Toys for Tots in Duluth

The City of Duluth is proud to announce that they have been selected as a drop off for Toys for Tots. They have Four drop off locations for Toys for Tots this year.

Walton EMC Distributing Largest Refund in Co-op’s History

MONROE, Ga. –Walton Electric Membership Corporation (EMC) is returning $10.2 million to its customer-owners this December, making the 2015 capital credit refund the largest in the cooperative’s 79-year history.

If you could double your closet space!

The Blind Ladies do more than windows.  A few years ago we partnered with a family owned and operated window covering & closet business out of Tennessee.

GCPS teacher wins regional Career & Technical Education Teacher of the Year award, moving on to vie for national title

Brookwood High School’s Cindy Quinlan has been named the Association for Career and Technical Education (ACTE) Region II Teacher of the Year.

Hall signs for Toccoa Falls College

Senior Sir. Daven Terrell Hall, of Loganville Christian Academy signed a baseball commitment with Toccoa Falls College on Friday Oct. 16th 2015 at LCA.

Growing Up with Jesus, a new book by Karen Dampier

Karen L. Dampier has taught children of all ages about the love of Jesus in a church setting. Through the years of Sunday school lessons, camp fires and youth retreats, questions of Jesus as a boy would intrigue the children.