Local News

The Lilburn Woman’s Club is proud to celebrate the continuing participation of Boy Scout Troop 100 as they celebrate their 15th year with us in the upcoming 45th annual Lilburn Daze Arts and Crafts Festival. The festival will be held on Saturday, October 13, 9 am to 5 pm in Lilburn City Park.

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Ginger Kilman

If you are a small business owner and have yet to separate your personal and business checking accounts, now may be the perfect time to do so. Separate accounts offer many benefits like a simpler way to control finances and extra protection for your personal assets.

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Tracey Wells

Should you buy the insurance offered by the rental car companies? Whenever you rent a vehicle you know the drill, they ask you if you want their insurance coverage. They ask you when you reserve the vehicle online and as soon as you pick up the vehicle. Sometimes it feels like they are trying to pressure you into the purchase.

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A historic photo of Gwinnett’s segregation era Hooper-Renwick High School located in the City of Lawrenceville. The school operated from 1871 to 1968 as the only Gwinnett County public school for African-Americans. Gwinnett County schools were desegragated in 1968.

In 1944, Renwick High was built on three acres of land donated by Mr. Renwick. Students attended grades 8—11 at the school. It was the first public African American high school in Gwinnett County.

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