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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.
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.
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).
Senior Grizzlies score GGC among nation’s best colleges
According to senior college students participating in the 2014 National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE), Georgia Gwinnett College’s innovative approach to higher education not only works, it outperforms many other institutions across both the state and nation.