Take me out to the ball game
By Christine Martinello

What’s better than going to a baseball game in the summertime? Going to a game, watching three religious men sing the National Anthem and support a great cause.   

The Ice Man... Stone Mountain Ice
By Beth Volpert Johansen

Reminiscent of days past, ice is still a “hot” commodity during the days of summer in the South. For Perry Eidson, providing ice for a variety of concerts, festivals, relays, and events has become a full time, mostly weekend, job. “I love it,” says Perry.

Gwinnett County Commissioner Lynette Howard named to lead ACCG economic development & transportation policy committee

ATLANTA, Ga. – Gwinnett County Commissioner Lynette Howard was recently named as the 2015-2016 Chairman of the Economic Development and Transportation Committee Policy Committee for ACCG, Georgia’s county association. The appointment was made by ACCG President and Gwinnett County Chairman Charlotte Nash.

GDOL to co-sponsor Crossroads Career Expo in Lawrenceville June 11

ATLANTA -- The Georgia Department of Labor (GDOL) and the Crossroads Career Network will co-sponsor a career expo Thursday, June 11, in Lawrenceville. The expo will be held from 9 a.m. to 12 noon at the First United Methodist Church of Lawrenceville, 395 West Crogan St.

Next phase of Downtown Duluth Redevelopment set to begin
“Historic Duluth continues to make headway”

Duluth, GA Progress continues in Duluth as redevelopment of the Downtown District goes into the next phase. During the week of June 1, the City of Duluth will begin strategic demolition for portions of “The Block”, a 3-acre plot of land across from Duluth Town Green.