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Welcome to the Lawrenceville Bicentennial Podcast!

Did you know there’s a network of springs under Gwinnett? Ever wondered where Lawrenceville got its name? Or have you heard that the city is celebrating its 200th anniversary this year? There’s so much to love about the cities we...

Mark Your Calendars, It’s Time for a Vacation!

As the weather’s getting warmer, the flowers are blooming, and COVID-19 restrictions are gradually being lifted, it seems like all signs are pointing toward one thing: it’s time to get traveling again! Vacations have always been an opportunity to relax, try new things, and take your mind...

Nicole Love Hendrickson: A New Perspective

In a year that’s been an anomaly in more ways than one with a pandemic sweeping the globe, masks becoming a household commodity and a tumultuous election setting the nation on edge, Gwinnett has been busy penning its own firsts into the books. The first Black person....

GCPS 2021 Teacher of the Year

Mrs. Katie Blum, a second-grade teacher at Sugar Hill Elementary School, approaches teaching with the priority of uplifting others and setting them up for a bright future. Her commitment to putting others first not only helps her students grow, but also helps her fellow educators to foster...

La Cazuela Celebrates 35 Years of Authentic Cuisine and...

La Cazuela Celebrates 35 Years of Authentic Cuisine and Excellent Service! La Cazuela’s roots run deep in Gwinnett. For decades, they’ve delivered authentic Mexican cuisine while treating their customers like family. And now, they’re excited to celebrate 35 years in...

The 5th Annual Red, Blue & You

The 5th Annual Red, Blue & You As we all know, 2020’s challenges have required every member of our community to pitch in and make a difference, especially our healthcare workers and educators. These frontline workers go above and...

Peppur Makes All the Difference

Working in the senior living industry takes compassion, patience, and a whole lot of heart. It is not something that most of us come by honestly. But Peppur Lewis, Executive Director of The Mansions at Gwinnett Park, has all… and more. Her loving history...

Eat Local Bingo in Duluth!

Bingo! This classic, practically universal game has been played from generation to generation, each game having its own unique variations. The City of Duluth is proud to introduce their own version: Eat Local Bingo! Eat Local Bingo is exactly what it says on the...

Peachtree Corners Wins Gold!

When the people speak, the government must listen. And when the citizens of Peachtree Corners spoke openly about their wishes for a place to gather in 2013 during the city’s Comprehensive Planning process, the city listened. The Town Center...

Smokin’ Brisket at Tipsy Pig BBQ!

Smokin' Brisket at Tipsy Pig BBQ! Before the sun rises, smoke cascades into the Lilburn parking lot at Tipsy Pig BBQ. The smell of beef, pork, and chicken smoking on an open flame wafts into the air. When the...

Welcome to the Lawrenceville Bicentennial Podcast!

Did you know there’s a network of springs under Gwinnett? Ever wondered where Lawrenceville got its name? Or have you heard that the city is celebrating its 200th anniversary this year? There’s so much to love about the cities we...

Mark Your Calendars, It’s Time for a Vacation!

As the weather’s getting warmer, the flowers are blooming, and COVID-19 restrictions are gradually being lifted, it seems like all signs are pointing toward one thing: it’s time to get traveling again! Vacations have always been an opportunity to relax, try new things, and take your mind...

Nicole Love Hendrickson: A New Perspective

In a year that’s been an anomaly in more ways than one with a pandemic sweeping the globe, masks becoming a household commodity and a tumultuous election setting the nation on edge, Gwinnett has been busy penning its own firsts into the books. The first Black person....

GCPS 2021 Teacher of the Year

Mrs. Katie Blum, a second-grade teacher at Sugar Hill Elementary School, approaches teaching with the priority of uplifting others and setting them up for a bright future. Her commitment to putting others first not only helps her students grow, but also helps her fellow educators to foster...

La Cazuela Celebrates 35 Years of Authentic Cuisine and...

La Cazuela Celebrates 35 Years of Authentic Cuisine and Excellent Service! La Cazuela’s roots run deep in Gwinnett. For decades, they’ve delivered authentic Mexican cuisine while treating their customers like family. And now, they’re excited to celebrate 35 years in...

The 5th Annual Red, Blue & You

The 5th Annual Red, Blue & You As we all know, 2020’s challenges have required every member of our community to pitch in and make a difference, especially our healthcare workers and educators. These frontline workers go above and...

Peppur Makes All the Difference

Working in the senior living industry takes compassion, patience, and a whole lot of heart. It is not something that most of us come by honestly. But Peppur Lewis, Executive Director of The Mansions at Gwinnett Park, has all… and more. Her loving history...

Eat Local Bingo in Duluth!

Bingo! This classic, practically universal game has been played from generation to generation, each game having its own unique variations. The City of Duluth is proud to introduce their own version: Eat Local Bingo! Eat Local Bingo is exactly what it says on the...

Peachtree Corners Wins Gold!

When the people speak, the government must listen. And when the citizens of Peachtree Corners spoke openly about their wishes for a place to gather in 2013 during the city’s Comprehensive Planning process, the city listened. The Town Center...

Smokin’ Brisket at Tipsy Pig BBQ!

Smokin' Brisket at Tipsy Pig BBQ! Before the sun rises, smoke cascades into the Lilburn parking lot at Tipsy Pig BBQ. The smell of beef, pork, and chicken smoking on an open flame wafts into the air. When the...