Nash Lauds County’s Achievements, Diversity in State of the County Address
In her seventh annual State of the County Address, Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners Chairman Charlotte Nash declared the county’s condition to be “remarkable,” highlighting multiple accomplishments while acknowledging challenges in the future. Nash said Gwinnett’s brand is one of excellence as demonstrated by its good jobs, workforce, schools,... Read more
Just In Time For Valentine’s Day – Mouth-Watering Premium Cut Steaks
From the same parent company that brought you Frontera Mex-Mex Grill, Pampas Steakhouse and Italian favorite Luciano’s, comes another restaurant opening on February 13th, just in time for Valentine’s Day: Frankie’s The Steakhouse. The idea for Frankie’s The Steakhouse was simple – to provide luxurious Atlanta-worthy steakhouse dishes to... Read more
Historic Duluth Mosaic Dedication Ceremony
Residents will now have another piece of artwork to admire in Downtown Duluth. The Duluth Fall Festival and artist Jennifer Freeman completed a beautiful mosaic art piece next to Dreamland BBQ. The public is invited to attend the Mosaic Dedication Ceremony on December 14th at 6pm. The ceremony will... Read more
The Changing Face of Duluth Downtown
If you have not visited Downtown Duluth in the last several months, you may be astounded at the array of new businesses and the very visible change in the landscape. The old familiar historic buildings of Main Street remain but there is something new at almost every corner. There... Read more
Get Fit in the Parks with Live Healthy Gwinnett!
Gwinnett County Parks and Recreation (GCPR) is taking steps to improve health and wellness in our community by developing Park Rx, which emphasizes utilizing parks as part of a healthy lifestyle. Park Rx efforts formed a Walk the Talk program by partnering with health care professionals, organized free yoga... Read more
SPLOST Pennies for Parks and Greenspace
Community Parks provide youth sports, tennis, swimming, biking or disk golf and many other favorite activities which bond us together.  Most Community Parks such as Pinckneyville, Rabbit Hill and Bay Creek Parks were developed with SPLOST support. SPLOST has also preserved precious greenspaces such as Little Mulberry, Harbins and... Read more
Gwinnett County Parks
With the arrival of cooler weather, it’s a great time to get out and enjoy Gwinnett County’s outstanding parks. There’s truly something for everyone. Runners, walkers, hikers, equestrians, and mountain bikers can all find a suitable route among 128 miles of trails. History buffs can check out our historic... Read more
Colon Cancer Screening Saves
Having a colonoscopy isn’t something people get excited about, but preventing colon cancer before it starts should be. Ranked as the second leading cause of cancer death in the U.S., colon cancer is one of the most highly treatable and preventable cancers when detected in its early stages with... Read more
Sugarloaf Community Improvement Names Sole Finalist For First Executive Director Position
Gwinnett County’s newest community improvement district (CID) will soon have its first executive director. Leaders of the Sugarloaf CID announced that Alyssa Davis is the organization’s sole finalist to serve as their inaugural full-time leader. The board must wait at least 14 days before they can take a final... Read more
High Quality Compassionate Veterinary Care
As a young boy, Dr. Mike Miller was constantly warned about the difficulties of becoming a Veterinarian. He was told that he had to get straight A’s and that getting into vet school was harder than getting into medical school.  Despite the countless warnings, Dr. Miller accomplished what he... Read more