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Charlie Brown or Rich’s Great Tree?

I love a real Christmas tree. When I was a kid we'd go to Pikes Nursery in Lilburn and roam up and down every aisle until we found the perfect tree. Back then, there weren't so many Home Depots and Lowe's locations, so heading to Pikes was...

Bond Issue Would Fund Strategic Priorities

by J. Alvin Wilbanks, CEO/Superintendent // Gwinnett County Public Schools Gwinnett County Public Schools is focused on two important, related issues this fall— a General Obligation (G.O.) bond referendum to benefit all schools and the update of the school district’s “Strategic Priorities for 2010–2020.” Both initiatives will have a significant...

Highest Credit Ratings: Saving on Financing Costs

by Charlotte J. Nash, Chairman // Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners It was a proud moment to read earlier this year what the three major credit rating agencies had to say about Gwinnett County in their financial reports. Here are highlights from what they said about our county government: “…very strong...

Library Branches Host Indie Author Day, October 13

Join Gwinnett County Public Library as they celebrate local authors from all across Metro Atlanta. Authors will be on hand to discuss their work, sell and autograph books, and talk about their personal journeys as writers. Featured genres include fiction, nonfiction, inspirational, self-help, children’s, science fiction, and more. Local Indie...

Independence Day City Event Roundup

Berkeley Lake Parade at 11:30 am on July 4 Braselton Braselton readies "Celebrate July 4th" festivities An array of festivities in downtown Braselton is planned for the "Celebrate July 4th" holiday. Food vendors will line the perimeter of Town Green in the heart of the historic downtown. Families are encouraged to bring chairs or...

Historic House Tour… And Ghosts?

Join house historian and author, Shannon Bradley Byers and David Byers of Timeless Paranormal for the monthly History/Paranormal open house and tour starting at 10 am on June 23, 2018. Celebrate Gwinnett county's bi-centennial year with a great program! At 10 am you will start the tour with Shannon and...

A City-By-City Guide to Gwinnett Farmers’ Markets

Here are the area markets we’re aware of.

Italian Pie: Love at First Bite

The restaurant Italian Pie has never failed to please my family with its delicious pizza. Its unique New York style pizza keeps customers going in for more. Not only do they serve pizza, they also have various Italian dishes. A couple of years ago Italian Pie was established on...

2018 Teacher of the Year

Six Gwinnett County Public Schools (GCPS) teachers have been announced as this year's finalists for the Gwinnett County Teacher of the Year (TOTY) title. The finalists for the 2018 honor are Ebony Flott of Camp Creek Elementary School, Dr. Doug Doblar of Head Elementary School, Cheri A. Nations of...

Lilburn Library Reveals Its New Mural

The Lilburn library unveils its new mural, which was made possible by a $10,000 donation by the Lilburn Women's Club and the work of many volunteers. Each window in the mural tells a story about the history of Lilburn. The building itself was opened in October of 2016.

Charlie Brown or Rich’s Great Tree?

I love a real Christmas tree. When I was a kid we'd go to Pikes Nursery in Lilburn and roam up and down every aisle until we found the perfect tree. Back then, there weren't so many Home Depots and Lowe's locations, so heading to Pikes was...

Bond Issue Would Fund Strategic Priorities

by J. Alvin Wilbanks, CEO/Superintendent // Gwinnett County Public Schools Gwinnett County Public Schools is focused on two important, related issues this fall— a General Obligation (G.O.) bond referendum to benefit all schools and the update of the school district’s “Strategic Priorities for 2010–2020.” Both initiatives will have a significant...

Highest Credit Ratings: Saving on Financing Costs

by Charlotte J. Nash, Chairman // Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners It was a proud moment to read earlier this year what the three major credit rating agencies had to say about Gwinnett County in their financial reports. Here are highlights from what they said about our county government: “…very strong...

Library Branches Host Indie Author Day, October 13

Join Gwinnett County Public Library as they celebrate local authors from all across Metro Atlanta. Authors will be on hand to discuss their work, sell and autograph books, and talk about their personal journeys as writers. Featured genres include fiction, nonfiction, inspirational, self-help, children’s, science fiction, and more. Local Indie...

Independence Day City Event Roundup

Berkeley Lake Parade at 11:30 am on July 4 Braselton Braselton readies "Celebrate July 4th" festivities An array of festivities in downtown Braselton is planned for the "Celebrate July 4th" holiday. Food vendors will line the perimeter of Town Green in the heart of the historic downtown. Families are encouraged to bring chairs or...

Historic House Tour… And Ghosts?

Join house historian and author, Shannon Bradley Byers and David Byers of Timeless Paranormal for the monthly History/Paranormal open house and tour starting at 10 am on June 23, 2018. Celebrate Gwinnett county's bi-centennial year with a great program! At 10 am you will start the tour with Shannon and...

A City-By-City Guide to Gwinnett Farmers’ Markets

Here are the area markets we’re aware of.

Italian Pie: Love at First Bite

The restaurant Italian Pie has never failed to please my family with its delicious pizza. Its unique New York style pizza keeps customers going in for more. Not only do they serve pizza, they also have various Italian dishes. A couple of years ago Italian Pie was established on...

2018 Teacher of the Year

Six Gwinnett County Public Schools (GCPS) teachers have been announced as this year's finalists for the Gwinnett County Teacher of the Year (TOTY) title. The finalists for the 2018 honor are Ebony Flott of Camp Creek Elementary School, Dr. Doug Doblar of Head Elementary School, Cheri A. Nations of...

Lilburn Library Reveals Its New Mural

The Lilburn library unveils its new mural, which was made possible by a $10,000 donation by the Lilburn Women's Club and the work of many volunteers. Each window in the mural tells a story about the history of Lilburn. The building itself was opened in October of 2016.