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Norcross Welcomes New City Manager!

There’s no denying that Norcross is an irreplaceable part of the Gwinnett community. As one of three Platinum-Certified Green Communities in the nation and regarded as “Tree City USA” by the Arbor Day Foundation, lots of work goes into maintaining the beauty of Norcross.

Guide to Gwinnett Game Day

Watching college football out with other people is always more fun than watching it at home. And it’s even better with local food and beer! Doesn’t that sound like the ideal way to spend your Saturday? Check out these local Gwinnett sports bars...

Farmhouse on a Budget!

Where did it start? Farmhouse décor is one of the hottest interior design trends these days! It mixes a neutral color palette with old-fashioned, colorful patterns for the perfect blend of modern and vintage charm. Thanks to, Fixer Upper's hosts, Chip and Joanna Gains,...

Drive-In Theaters: Yes, They Still Exist!

Drive-in movie theaters – a tiny, nearly forgotten fraction of the movie business – are making the ultimate comeback right here in Gwinnett. Nearly 40,000 screens closed in the US amidst the coronavirus pandemic, and it has left avid moviegoers with less than entertaining...

Drive-thru, but Healthy & Local!

As we all know, the current pandemic has made it tricky to continue participating insome of our favorite community activities. That’s why Norcross Community Marketdecided to switch from their usual open farmers market to a drive-thru service! There are so many benefits to eating...

Mike “The Furniture Guy” Hall Returns to Gwinnett Podcast

Since the 1980's, Mike Hall has constantly been adapting his business. Not only has his business stayed relevant, but it has also been hyper-successful, to the tune of 40 million in annual sales! This founder of Georgia Furniture Mart knows what it’s like to change your business...

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...

Norcross City Council Approves $25,000 to Help Families Living...

United Way, St. Vincent de Paul and Gwinnett Housing Corporation partner with Gwinnett County to offer services as Norcross families move to stable housing. The Norcross City Council unanimously approved the allocation of $25,000 in city funds to help some 20 local families who...

Mercer University, Gwinnett County Public Schools, FBI Atlanta Division...

Ever wanted to work for the FBI? Students at Paul Duke STEM High School now have the opportunity to explore what working for the FBI or in cybersecurity would look like thanks to a new Dual Enrollment program. Mercer University, Gwinnett County Public Schools...

It’s Art! Student and Teacher Display Works in Snellville

The art of David Raderstorf and Isaac Alcantar will be shown at the City Hall Art this month beginning this week. There is a reception for the artists from 1 to 3 p.m. September 12, also at City Hall. “Art leaves a legacy for...

Norcross Welcomes New City Manager!

There’s no denying that Norcross is an irreplaceable part of the Gwinnett community. As one of three Platinum-Certified Green Communities in the nation and regarded as “Tree City USA” by the Arbor Day Foundation, lots of work goes into maintaining the beauty of Norcross.

Guide to Gwinnett Game Day

Watching college football out with other people is always more fun than watching it at home. And it’s even better with local food and beer! Doesn’t that sound like the ideal way to spend your Saturday? Check out these local Gwinnett sports bars...

Farmhouse on a Budget!

Where did it start? Farmhouse décor is one of the hottest interior design trends these days! It mixes a neutral color palette with old-fashioned, colorful patterns for the perfect blend of modern and vintage charm. Thanks to, Fixer Upper's hosts, Chip and Joanna Gains,...

Drive-In Theaters: Yes, They Still Exist!

Drive-in movie theaters – a tiny, nearly forgotten fraction of the movie business – are making the ultimate comeback right here in Gwinnett. Nearly 40,000 screens closed in the US amidst the coronavirus pandemic, and it has left avid moviegoers with less than entertaining...

Drive-thru, but Healthy & Local!

As we all know, the current pandemic has made it tricky to continue participating insome of our favorite community activities. That’s why Norcross Community Marketdecided to switch from their usual open farmers market to a drive-thru service! There are so many benefits to eating...

Mike “The Furniture Guy” Hall Returns to Gwinnett Podcast

Since the 1980's, Mike Hall has constantly been adapting his business. Not only has his business stayed relevant, but it has also been hyper-successful, to the tune of 40 million in annual sales! This founder of Georgia Furniture Mart knows what it’s like to change your business...

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...

Norcross City Council Approves $25,000 to Help Families Living...

United Way, St. Vincent de Paul and Gwinnett Housing Corporation partner with Gwinnett County to offer services as Norcross families move to stable housing. The Norcross City Council unanimously approved the allocation of $25,000 in city funds to help some 20 local families who...

Mercer University, Gwinnett County Public Schools, FBI Atlanta Division...

Ever wanted to work for the FBI? Students at Paul Duke STEM High School now have the opportunity to explore what working for the FBI or in cybersecurity would look like thanks to a new Dual Enrollment program. Mercer University, Gwinnett County Public Schools...

It’s Art! Student and Teacher Display Works in Snellville

The art of David Raderstorf and Isaac Alcantar will be shown at the City Hall Art this month beginning this week. There is a reception for the artists from 1 to 3 p.m. September 12, also at City Hall. “Art leaves a legacy for...