Local News

Gwinnett residents have seen the benefits of SPLOST, or special purpose local option sales tax, ever since the state legislature gave us the option to ask voters to support it nearly three decades ago. In fact, Gwinnett voters have approved nine of 10 proposed programs, most recently by a 58 to 42 percent margin. The new SPLOST sales tax program took effect this past April when the previous one ended. 

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Robotic Surgery Expansion Provides Patients More Options
By Staff Reports

Lawrenceville - Recently, Gwinnett Medical Center (GMC) obtained a second da Vinci® Surgical System designated for single site and laparoscopic surgery. According to local surgeons, robotic surgery promotes precision and efficiency. 

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SGHS & Brookwood Alumni Multi year party on the beach & reunion!

SGHS & Brookwood Alumni Multi year
'Party on the Beach & Reunion!'

Class of ‘82 is turning 50 - and we’re all going to ROCK!
Saturday, September 20 at 7:00pm at Lake Lanier

The class of 1982 is turning 50 this year. Mary Walsh Stone and Connie Covington Brands are both graduates of Brookwood who transferred from South Gwinnett to be part of the first ever Brookwood senior class. They thought it would be a blast to have a sort of Birthday Party. The “50 Rocks Party!” will be at held at Gianni’s Italian Bistro at Lake Lanier Islands. South Gwinnett and Brookwood graduates are welcome. 

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Bosom Buddies, Gail Mosby and Kathie Van Landingham

‘Bosom Buddies’ to speak at book reading

Snellville – They’re called the Bosom Buddies. Authors Gail Mosby and Kathie Van Landingham have been pals since they were 2 years old, back when they were making mud pies in a makeshift oven.

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