2017’s Easter Egg Hunts
Here’s a rundown of all the area easter egg hunts we’ve tracked down so far. If we’ve missed something, please let us know by emailing eweekly@gwinnettmagazine.com. Sugar Hill Easter Egg Hunt Saturday, April 8, 2017 Sugarloaf Mills Easter Eggstravaganza Saturday, April 8, 2017 Artzy Beads & Special Kneeds 1st... Read more
Annandales Jazzy Thing Set for April 29th
On Saturday, April 29th, at Lillian Webb Park in Historic Norcross, Georgia more than a thousand individuals will gather together in the spirit of caring and giving to turn hope into reality for individuals with developmental disabilities and acquired brain injuries at Annandale Villages 26th annual signature event, Annandales... Read more
The Bleu House Market & Cafe
When John Adams got involved in the restaurant industry, he probably would have never guessed hed be purchasing the house that his father was born in, and repurposing it as a restaurant. Today, that house is The Bleu House Market, one of two family owned restaurants. John and his... Read more
Best of Gwinnett 2016: Gwinnett County  The Best is Built on a Strong Foundation
We all have things we love about Gwinnett this restaurant, that park, my school. Our hometown favorites. But we probably never think about a little thing called infrastructure that makes it all possible. You knowthose take it for granted things like healthy drinking water, well-maintained roads, award-winning parks, and... Read more
Best of Gwinnett 2016: Gwinnett Cities 101
Every city in Gwinnett has its own unique charm, its own personality, and its own history. Every one of our cities could easily be put on a best-of list when compared to cities outside of the county. When you look at population and demographics, and then consider the history... Read more
Gwinnett Countys Community Improvement Districts
From their earliest inception more than a decade ago, Gwinnetts Community Improvement Districts have had an integral and positive impact on the countys economic development. A CID is an organization created to cover a specific geographical area with certain limited taxing powers. These additional tax revenues are spent on... Read more
Nash Lauds Countys 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 countys condition to be remarkable, highlighting multiple accomplishments while acknowledging challenges in the future. Nash said Gwinnetts brand is one of excellence as demonstrated by its good jobs, workforce, schools,... Read more
Experience A Norcross Night to Remember on February 14
With endless options for a romantic outing, the city of Norcross is opening up its heart and historic downtown for A Norcross Night to Remember on Tuesday, February 14, from 6-8 p.m. The Citys Valentine celebration will include carriage rides, a traveling barbershop quartet and free vow renewals on... Read more
City of Norcross Mayor Bucky Johnson’s “All-Star” State of the City Address
Mayor Bucky Johnson was rooting for the home teamthe City of Norcrossas he presented the State of the CityAddress on Monday, February 13that 6:30 p.m. at Baldwin Elementary School. Mayor Johnson celebrated Norcross all-stars who have helped to make the city a winning community.The presentation highlighted community wins, along... Read more
GCPS Principal finalist for Georgia Principal of the Year Award
The Georgia Association of Secondary School Principals announced this years Principal of the Year Finalists, who included GCPS principal Dr. Tommy Welch. The finalists are: Dara Bennett—Pierce County HS. Pierce County Dr. Tommy Welch—Meadowcreek HS, Gwinnett County Dr. Sean Kelly–Chapel Hill HS, Douglas County Dr. Tiffany Taylor,–Carver Road MS,... Read more