DULUTH — The Southeastern Railway Museum will celebrate cabooses, the crews that called them home and their role on the railroad during April's Caboose Days.

The museum will host the family-friendly two-day event from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, April 7, and Sunday, April 8, greatly expanding the event from previous years.

Does your upcoming or current middle school child have a little “wild” in them?  Let them explore the coastal areas of Georgia this summer at the Adventures in Conservation Education camp.  Participants at this camp will spend five days immersed in Georgia wildlife via hands-on activities and day trips, all while visiting some amazing coastal eco-systems.

Lawrenceville – Gwinnett County’s bicentennial torch made its debut at the Gwinnett Historic Courthouse last Dec. 15 and has since been on display at the Gwinnett Justice and Administration Center, Lawrenceville City Hall and the Collins Hill and Lawrenceville branch libraries. Now housed at Lucky Shoals Park, the torch will next travel to Lilburn City Hall on March 21 as it continues a yearlong, 200-mile tour of the county.

Jon Valentine

Gwinnett County Public Schools’ (GCPS) Director of Foreign Language Dr. Jon Valentine is this year’s winner of the 2018 SCOLT (Southern Conference on Language Teaching) Leadership Award. The award is presented to K-12 educators who have demonstrated excellence in language teaching through service to the school, community, active participation in SCOLT, and leadership and advocacy at the local, state, and/or regional or national level.