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Genevieve

Nadine McTaggart sits curled in a cushy oversized chair, one that diminishes her size and gives her the illusion of being even tinier than she is. Her long brunette hair and big dark eyes might give one the notion that she’s a bit sad, but the circle of women who have surrounded her for the past months knows something very different about Nadine.

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Lawrenceville – The Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners adopted a $1.67 billion budget for 2018 at their regular meeting on Tuesday. The final budget is up about seven percent over last year, primarily due to transfers for capital improvements and increased costs for salaries and benefits. The operating budget is set at $1.28 billion with another $390 million for capital improvements, including projects funded by SPLOST.

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US Navy, Petty Officer second class, John Galusha speaks with prospective Gwinnett Tech students.

Ranked 4th in Nation by Military Times® and 8th in Nation by Military Friendly®

GWINNETT – Gwinnett Technical College has once again been recognized as one of the best in the nation. The College has earned significant national recognition for their outstanding Veterans Services in Military Times® and Military Friendly®.

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The Food Well Alliance has awarded Grayson High School a $25,000 grant to support the Grayson High School Community Farm and Garden project. The farm and garden helps students learn and hone the skills needed to run an urban garden that provides nutritionally dense food for families that don’t have access to local and sustainably grown healthy foods.

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