December 6, 2018 – The Gwinnett Chamber honored nearly 90 finalists and 12 recipients, on Wednesday, December 5, at its annual Healthcare Awards. Presented by Northeast Georgia Health System, the ceremony recognized leading individuals and organizations making a significant impact in Gwinnett County and metro Atlanta's healthcare industry.

The Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners on Tuesday agreed to accept about $340,000 in state and federal grants that will help the Gwinnett County Police Department improve its ability to deal with natural and manmade disasters.

Cooperative collaboration building state's largest solar development project and boosting economy

Walton Electric Membership Corporation (EMC), a consumer-owned utility with a reputation for energy innovation, has executed contracts with two solar developers for three new solar projects as part of its agreement to supply 100 percent renewable energy for Facebook's data center in Newton County, Georgia. The collaboration is the largest solar development project in Georgia.

Most Walton Electric Membership Corporation (EMC) customer-owners will soon receive a nice refund. The cooperative's board of directors has approved the return of another $6 million capital credit refund. The latest refund brings the total returned by the co-op to $99,571,000.

Mike and Terri Emery visiting staff and friends at I.T. Montgomery Elementary in Mound Bayou, Miss.

It started with a van, then a U-Haul full of school supplies — and then a bus full of high school students and a school willing to donate books, electronics and do anything they could to make a difference for the small, low-income elementary school in Mound Bayou, Miss.
There’s no doubt that the project Mike and Terri Emery started three years ago, when they made the first trek to the Miss. Delta, has grown.