Local News

Special Kneads and Treats, Inc., Co-founders, Michael and Tempa Kohler.

Special Kneads and Treats opened their doors at the new, larger facility in Lawrenceville on August 1, 2017. The bakery, previously located in a storefront space for three and one-half years on the Historic Lawrenceville Square, moved into an expansive 12,000-square-foot building located at 156 Scenic Highway, Lawrenceville, Georgia 30046.

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Lawrenceville First Baptist Church – First Book Club 165 collects new and gently used children’s books to distribute to the four elementary schools in the Central Gwinnett cluster school community.

Lawrenceville First Baptist Church (LFBC) – First Book Club 165 needs volunteers to sort and pack children’s books at the Hooper Renwick School, located at 56 Neal Boulevard, Lawrenceville, Georgia, every Saturday in October from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm.

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Snellville Boy Scout Troop #506 identified opportunities to help Tropical Storm Irma victims in the Flowers Crossing subdivision on Tuesday, September 12, 2017.

Hurricane Irma wreaked havoc and destruction throughout parts of the Caribbean and Florida last week. On Monday, September 11, 2017, the weather system, although downgraded to a tropical storm, adversely affected all Georgians with high winds and torrential rains that caused downed power lines, fallen trees, and the death of at least three Georgians. 

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The August 12, 2017 e-Transform co-working launch photo includes members of Woman University as well as key women  committed to making this unique workplace solution a success.

Kimberly Graver is a woman on a mission. As CEO and Founder of Peachtree Corners-based e-Transform, Graver is passionate about two things: cutting-edge business practices, and the unique challenges women face in the business world.

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Gwinnett Citizen Local News

Lawrenceville – To assist residents with disposal of yard debris caused by Tropical Storm Irma, Gwinnett County will provide free storm debris removal along county and state roads, but not on city streets. This cleanup effort only applies to tree limbs, branches, and other vegetative debris.

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