Local News

This November 2013 issue of the Gwinnett Citizen begins our 26th year of sharing and publishing community news. We feel ‘if it’s local - it’s news’ and there is a whole lot of good news to share in Gwinnett! 

Respecting and remembering the past; embracing the present; preparing for the future; are all ingredients we treasure and share in the Gwinnett Citizen. 

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SE Gwinnett Cooperative Ministry's new home: 55 Grayson Industrial Parkway, Grayson GA 30017

The SE Gwinnett Cooperative Ministry announces an OPEN HOUSE on Sunday, November 3, 2013 at their new location at 55 Grayson Industrial Parkway in Grayson. Time: 1pm Community Cookout.

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Genetic counseling and testing can help you better understand your personal risk of developing cancer.

With the recent publicity about celebrity Angelina Jolie dealing with her hereditary cancer risk by undergoing surgery, discussion of genetic testing for cancer has been in the news. While there’s lots of information and misinformation around this issue, here are some facts and frequently asked questions from Gwinnett Medical Center:

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Dr. Daniel S. Tkacik

Tkacik receives Doctorate Degree

Bobbie and Mark Tkacik are proud to announce that Daniel S. Tkacik has successfully defended his dissertation on "Secondary organic aerosols from combustion emissions" on September 10. 2013 at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, PA.

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The cadets presented the colors and lead the board and guests in the Pledge of Allegiance. The cadets in the color guard from left to right are: Will Gregg, Andre Maxwell, Jose Rios, Chase Noblett

Parkview HS ROTC receives honor

Parkview HS's Marine Corps Jr Reserve Officer Training Corps was recently recognized by the Gwinnett County Board of Education at their September meeting for  receiving the Naval Honor School Award.

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