Lawrenceville

Subscribe

Home Main Street Lawrenceville

What’s it like to open a business in 2020?

window.abkw = 'floridian,sponsor'; What's it like to open a business in 2020? No matter when you start a business, it is always a challenge, but what is it like to start a business in this economy? To find out, we talked...

Chief Judge of the Municipal Court of Lawrenceville Dennis...

Chief Judge of the Municipal Court of Lawrenceville Dennis T. Still will retire in December after 42 years of combined service in Gwinnett as an attorney and judge. Judge Still was also presented The Glen Ashman Educational Achievement Award on June 19 by the Council for Municipal Court Judges...

The New Gwinnett Magazine Issue Is Here!

Click here and check out the full Gwinnett Magazine Flipbook! GWINNETT MAGAZINE'S NEW FALL/WINTER ISSUE IS HERE! The newest issue of Gwinnett Magazine is here! The Fall/Winter release is packed with Lawrenceville highlights, legal profiles and advice, plus some interesting yet yummy food...

Rethink gas station cuisine.

All these restaurants are inside of gas stations! Normally, gas station food is questionable. How long has that hotdog been spinning? No one knows. Maybe 3 months. Sometimes, there's a mostly processed kitchen in the big chains, but 9 times out of 10 those chicken wings are...

Lawrenceville’s Burgeoning Food Scene

Visitors have a variety of choice when it comes to eating well in Gwinnett’s county seat. In addition to the city’s second brewery opening soon, Lawrenceville has welcomed five new eateries to its downtown area with more slated as redevelopment efforts continue to unfold. Newcomers include Sweet...

Happy Halloween! Spooky and Fun Events Round-up

Happy Halloween! We've got all the fun, festive events lined up today for you to check out and enjoy the holiday! Trunk or Treat Trunk-or-Treats are a fun twist on the classic Trick-or-Treats and seem to be all the rage right...

Round of Applause for Aurora Theatre’s New Leadership

Give a dramatic pause to Aurora Theatre's Katie Pelkey and David Koté, who were recently appointed to the roles of General Manager and Director of Education/Artistic Associate, respectively. Pelkey is a long-time veteran at Aurora, spending the last 12 years there as Company Manager,...

The next Mayor of Lawrenceville?

Lawrenceville City Councilman David Still’s bid to become the next mayor An easy-going humor and humility are the first things one notices about the fourth-generation Lawrenceville native who has announced his bid to be the city’s next mayor. At 58, current...

Oyster Bay Folks Open T-Ray’s Fire Grill Steakhouse

The Lawrenceville restaurateurs who own Oyster Bay are keeping it in the family. Steve and Jo Green  have partnered with Steve’s daughter,  Taylor Ray  Green,  to open T-Ray’s Fire Grill on W. Crogan Street in downtown Lawrenceville. But steak isn’t the only thing...

Lawrenceville Approves $31 Million for Expanded Arts Complex

Lawrenceville city leaders voted unanimously to move forward with plans for a $31 million expansion of its downtown arts and education facility. Though the city is fronting the investment, 50% of the total is planned to come from the city’s arts and educational partners.

What’s it like to open a business in 2020?

window.abkw = 'floridian,sponsor'; What's it like to open a business in 2020? No matter when you start a business, it is always a challenge, but what is it like to start a business in this economy? To find out, we talked...

Chief Judge of the Municipal Court of Lawrenceville Dennis...

Chief Judge of the Municipal Court of Lawrenceville Dennis T. Still will retire in December after 42 years of combined service in Gwinnett as an attorney and judge. Judge Still was also presented The Glen Ashman Educational Achievement Award on June 19 by the Council for Municipal Court Judges...

The New Gwinnett Magazine Issue Is Here!

Click here and check out the full Gwinnett Magazine Flipbook! GWINNETT MAGAZINE'S NEW FALL/WINTER ISSUE IS HERE! The newest issue of Gwinnett Magazine is here! The Fall/Winter release is packed with Lawrenceville highlights, legal profiles and advice, plus some interesting yet yummy food...

Rethink gas station cuisine.

All these restaurants are inside of gas stations! Normally, gas station food is questionable. How long has that hotdog been spinning? No one knows. Maybe 3 months. Sometimes, there's a mostly processed kitchen in the big chains, but 9 times out of 10 those chicken wings are...

Lawrenceville’s Burgeoning Food Scene

Visitors have a variety of choice when it comes to eating well in Gwinnett’s county seat. In addition to the city’s second brewery opening soon, Lawrenceville has welcomed five new eateries to its downtown area with more slated as redevelopment efforts continue to unfold. Newcomers include Sweet...

Happy Halloween! Spooky and Fun Events Round-up

Happy Halloween! We've got all the fun, festive events lined up today for you to check out and enjoy the holiday! Trunk or Treat Trunk-or-Treats are a fun twist on the classic Trick-or-Treats and seem to be all the rage right...

Round of Applause for Aurora Theatre’s New Leadership

Give a dramatic pause to Aurora Theatre's Katie Pelkey and David Koté, who were recently appointed to the roles of General Manager and Director of Education/Artistic Associate, respectively. Pelkey is a long-time veteran at Aurora, spending the last 12 years there as Company Manager,...

The next Mayor of Lawrenceville?

Lawrenceville City Councilman David Still’s bid to become the next mayor An easy-going humor and humility are the first things one notices about the fourth-generation Lawrenceville native who has announced his bid to be the city’s next mayor. At 58, current...

Oyster Bay Folks Open T-Ray’s Fire Grill Steakhouse

The Lawrenceville restaurateurs who own Oyster Bay are keeping it in the family. Steve and Jo Green  have partnered with Steve’s daughter,  Taylor Ray  Green,  to open T-Ray’s Fire Grill on W. Crogan Street in downtown Lawrenceville. But steak isn’t the only thing...

Lawrenceville Approves $31 Million for Expanded Arts Complex

Lawrenceville city leaders voted unanimously to move forward with plans for a $31 million expansion of its downtown arts and education facility. Though the city is fronting the investment, 50% of the total is planned to come from the city’s arts and educational partners.