Local News

Attention Cancer Warriors!! Now you have a resource to take cleaning off of your plate—at no cost. Rescue My Time Cleaning Service is a local business that offers free home cleanings to women fighting cancer through a nonprofit organization they joined called Cleaning For A Reason. Cleaning companies register with Cleaning For A Reason to connect local businesses with individuals in need.

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Suzanne and Matthew Holtkamp

The Hudgens Center for Art & Learning is pleased to announce the results of a strategic partnership with Holtkamp Heating & Air. In addition to generously sponsoring free admission to our galleries for all in 2017 which generated hundreds of new visitors, the Holtkamp team also serviced all of the Center’s HVAC systems and installed 18 new smart thermostats to maximize energy efficiency. 

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The City of Duluth draws crowds from all over the metro-Atlanta area

Duluth’s 2018 event calendar season has a little bit of something for everyone. From dancing characters, food trucks, and live music to rafting on the Chattahoochee River to camping underneath the stars at Rogers Bridge Park; residents can choose from an array of events that best suits them. “This year we tried to be more diverse with our events. Meaning we want to offer anything and everything you can imagine to our residents” said Event Coordinator Madison Chucci. 

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Charlotte J. Nash

Last summer, I wrote about the Connect Gwinnett: Transit Plan, the County’s first major look at transit since the launch of Gwinnett County Transit in 2001. In the time that has passed, the planning team has been hard at work analyzing both quantitative and qualitative data, information, feedback, and other details to begin to shape draft recommendations for the County’s transit future.

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Leigh McIntosh

Rotarians worldwide have been charged this year with planting a tree for every member. When that is completed, there will be 1.2 million new trees planted across the globe. Rotary Club of Lawrenceville chose April 6, 2018, as the day to plant trees. Let’s look at some of the ways this helps our community.

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