You are invited to join City Leaders, appointed boards, and fellow citizens at a presentation for the proposed redevelopment of the former WestRock campus. The applicant will present the company's vision and answer questions by all that attend. This is a wonderful opportunity for Norcross citizens, Mayor and Council, and boards to hear collectively first-hand the details of this proposed project.

Published: 2018-03-15 01:40
Group, Front row left to right, Recording Secretary Valerie Craft, Second Vice Regent Connie Rifkind, Regent Kitty Watters, First Vice Regent Ann Story Back row, left to right, Past Regent Lydia McGill, Corresponding Secretary Lee Schermerhorn, Treasurer Anne Lockhart, Chaplain Linda Olson, Librarian Becky Davenport, Past Regent Peggy Freeman Up the staircase, left to right, Cindiella Nixon, Nancy Nixon, Bobbie Tkacik, Vanessa Wynn, Denise Phillips, Joyce Howard, Linda LaPerre, Edith English, Diane DeVore, Debra Houston, Kathy Lobe, Marcia Robertson, Cindy Gaskins, Margaret Craig, Mary Lou Godbey, Amy Stanton, Beth White, Traci Zierk, Christine Enck, Alice Saroka, Lynn Jacques, Kathy Schmidt, Babs Richman, Jenna Black, Cinda Foglesong, Julianne Gross, Cheryl Hall, Evelyn Schneider, Barbara McCay, Emily Tindall

Lawrenceville, GA – Thursday morning, March 15, 2018, 40 Philadelphia Winn Chapter NSDAR Daughters, guests and one HODAR (husband of DAR) met at Ashton Senior Living to board a chartered bus for the Swan House, an excellent example of the Second Renaissance Revival style, and the Tullie Smith Farm, both located at the Atlanta History Center. 

Published: 2018-03-15 01:40

Center Hill Baptist Church will host "Easter Games & Chopper Drop" Saturday, March 31, at 2 p.m. Come witness the excitement as thousands of colorful, candy-filled eggs drop from a helicopter hovering over the ball field. Kids, ages PreK-5th, will race to see how many they can snatch up.

Published: 2018-03-09 01:40

$330 million in new bill credits for customers for 2018 and 2019 under new tax laws; $188 million in Vogtle bill credits scheduled for 2018; $43.6 million refund in progress following high company performance in 2016
 
ATLANTA  – Georgia Power has completed an assessment of the impact of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act for the company – including approximately $1.2 billion in benefits for customers.

Published: 2018-03-07 01:40