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Aurora Theater announces seasonal festivities!

In the face of massive industry challenges, Aurora Theatre breaks past barriers to deliver entertainment in its most innovative—and safest—form. This fall, the theatre offers outdoor pop-ups, virtual classes, and streams of events for everyone stuck at home and missing meaningful community interactions. Both kids and adults will enjoy...

Lawrenceville and Gwinnett County Water Transition

On Tuesday, September 1st, the Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners approved an intergovernmental agreement to purchase the Lawrenceville Water Distribution System. Under the agreement, Gwinnett County will take ownership of the city of Lawrenceville’s water distribution system on Dec. 1, 2020.   Gwinnett has agreed...

Help Universal Joint Feed Our Hospital Workers

Help Universal Joint Feed Our Hospital Workers! Now more than ever, we need to support our healthcare professionals! How much do we care about our healthcare workers?  One trip to the hospital reminds us all too quickly how...

81 Year Old “Senior Senior” Becomes Georgia Gwinnett College’s...

The nation-wide COVID-19 lockdowns have had heartbreaking effects on graduating college students from coast to coast, with traditional graduations and other cherished events canceled or postponed after years of toiling toward their degrees. Despite all odds, Prescott Lawrence received his degree in business...

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...

Universal Joint in Lawrenceville

https://youtu.be/VL_RhtTTC2M Empty parking spaces liter the streets of Lawrenceville in the midst of the Covid-19 Pandemic. For a city that prides itself on its fantastic food scene, even the pavement misses the parade of cars that once danced the streets during the...

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...

Aurora Theater announces seasonal festivities!

In the face of massive industry challenges, Aurora Theatre breaks past barriers to deliver entertainment in its most innovative—and safest—form. This fall, the theatre offers outdoor pop-ups, virtual classes, and streams of events for everyone stuck at home and missing meaningful community interactions. Both kids and adults will enjoy...

Lawrenceville and Gwinnett County Water Transition

On Tuesday, September 1st, the Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners approved an intergovernmental agreement to purchase the Lawrenceville Water Distribution System. Under the agreement, Gwinnett County will take ownership of the city of Lawrenceville’s water distribution system on Dec. 1, 2020.   Gwinnett has agreed...

Help Universal Joint Feed Our Hospital Workers

Help Universal Joint Feed Our Hospital Workers! Now more than ever, we need to support our healthcare professionals! How much do we care about our healthcare workers?  One trip to the hospital reminds us all too quickly how...

81 Year Old “Senior Senior” Becomes Georgia Gwinnett College’s...

The nation-wide COVID-19 lockdowns have had heartbreaking effects on graduating college students from coast to coast, with traditional graduations and other cherished events canceled or postponed after years of toiling toward their degrees. Despite all odds, Prescott Lawrence received his degree in business...

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...

Universal Joint in Lawrenceville

https://youtu.be/VL_RhtTTC2M Empty parking spaces liter the streets of Lawrenceville in the midst of the Covid-19 Pandemic. For a city that prides itself on its fantastic food scene, even the pavement misses the parade of cars that once danced the streets during the...

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...