Gwinnett Citizen News

As the 2018–19 school year comes to a close, 514 veteran educators and support staff members will mark their retirement from Gwinnett County Public Schools (GCPS). In total, our 2018–19 retirees have contributed a collective 12,399 years of their lives to education, and a total of 9,963 years to Gwinnett schoolchildren. In fact, 56.4% (289) of our retirees have worked their entire careers— in the classroom, office, cafeteria, bus, or shop— in this school system.

Read more ...

Gwinnett Citizen News

The Gwinnett County Police Department is partnering with a private neighborhood watch program to deter crime. Under an agreement approved by the Board of Commissioners on May 7, the department will be able to access videos submitted by subscribers of Ring, a doorbell video company that forms online crime watch networks with neighborhood users.

Read more ...

Gwinnett Citizen News

Sharon Thompson Named President of Central Atlanta Region

United Community Bank is pleased to announce the addition of Sharon Thompson as President of the Central Atlanta Region. In this role, Thompson will be responsible for leading United's commercial and retail operations in the Central Atlanta business district. She has more than a decade of industry experience and will be based out of the bank's Buckhead location.

Read more ...

Carol Sigrist, who owned Yarn Garden in Lawrenceville said of her mission over the past 15 years, "It's never changed. I always wanted to keep people happy knitting yarn."

While it’s the oldest retail shop on the Square in downtown Lawrenceville, Yarn Garden is much more than just a seller of high-end knitting materials. To those who’ve gathered at the shop week in and week out, it’s become more like a sisterhood where they socialize and work on projects simultaneously.

Read more ...