ARC to give technical assistance to Snellville DDA

SNELLVILLE – The Downtown Development Authority was given the Atlanta Regional Commission Community Choices Award which will give the city organization the research power of the ARC to investigate and report on best practices in public-private partnerships.

Snellville Public Works takes home first place Keep Georgia Beautiful Foundation prize

SNELLVILLE – For the second straight year, the city’s Public Works Department has brought home an award from the Keep Georgia Beautiful Foundation, this time the top prize in the Waste Reduction and Recycling Awards Category for a government agency.

Major Transportation Project Slated to Begin in Downtown Duluth

Duluth, Georgia – A 3.5 million dollar transportation project is slated to begin in Duluth on January 19, 2015. This project will be three phases, beginning with Main Street Parking (phase I and II) and ending with the SR120 Realignment, Sidewalks and Gateway Improvements (phase III). 

Planning to attend college in Georgia?

(Jefferson, Ga.) —Jackson Electric Membership Corporation (EMC) is currently accepting applications for the Walter Harrison Scholarship, a program sponsored by Georgia’s 41 electric cooperatives. The scholarship fund will provide $1,000 scholarships to local students who plan to pursue a post-secondary education in Georgia.

‘Bosom Buddies’ back for another event

SNELLVILLE – Back by popular demand, the Bosom Buddies, Gail Mosby and Kathie Van Landingham, will share stories of their lifelong friendship from their book “Thanks for the Lift, Bosom Buddy!” Jan. 22.

Lawrenceville Lions Club and Loganville Legacy Lions Club make learning a little easier for Noah
Lion's Club partner together for a special Christmas

On December 9th, the Lawrenceville Lions Club and the Loganville Legacy Lions Club partnered to make a 15 month old child with special needs, have a much happier Christmas by providing him with an iPad Mini to help him in developing language, fine motor and gross motor skills.

Gwinnett AKAs to Impact Community with Continued Service to All Mankind Sorority

Members to Participate in MLK Day of Service and Action;
Public Encouraged To Lend a Hand and Seasonal Wrap

Lawrenceville, GA – The members of Upsilon Alpha Omega Chapter (“UAO”) of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated (“AKA”) are no strangers to volunteerism and community service. Chartered in January 1994, UAO members provided over 7000 community service hours to Gwinnett County and beyond in 2014.