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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...

Clyde Strickland Part 2: Ashes to Assets

“At about 1:30 in the morning the phone by my bed rang. A call that early in the morning is never good news. The voice screamed, “You better get down here. Metro-Waterproofing is on fire!” founder, Clyde L. Strickland remembers. Often it is the...

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,...

New Esports Program for Kids Looking to Take Their...

Many parents have recently signed their kids up for the latest fall youth sports leagues – football, soccer, cheerleading, and many more. But not all kids are interested in playing sports. Some would rather just play video games. If you've ever worried about your...

Friday Night Lights is Back! Did Your Team Win?

For many high schoolers, school doesn't really start until football season begins. Now that it's here, students are just itching for Fridays to come. The bright lights, the loud cheers, the face paint, the school traditions – it's too exhilarating! To make the season...

Sugar Hill Native Propels Submarine Legacy into the Future

By Chief Mass Communication Specialist Erica R. Gardner, Navy Office of Community Outreach As citizens of Sugar Hill go about their daily lives, members of the U.S. Navy’s “Silent Service” work beneath the ocean’s waves, continuing a tradition that only a small fraction...

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...

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...

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...

Clyde Strickland Part 2: Ashes to Assets

“At about 1:30 in the morning the phone by my bed rang. A call that early in the morning is never good news. The voice screamed, “You better get down here. Metro-Waterproofing is on fire!” founder, Clyde L. Strickland remembers. Often it is the...

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,...

New Esports Program for Kids Looking to Take Their...

Many parents have recently signed their kids up for the latest fall youth sports leagues – football, soccer, cheerleading, and many more. But not all kids are interested in playing sports. Some would rather just play video games. If you've ever worried about your...

Friday Night Lights is Back! Did Your Team Win?

For many high schoolers, school doesn't really start until football season begins. Now that it's here, students are just itching for Fridays to come. The bright lights, the loud cheers, the face paint, the school traditions – it's too exhilarating! To make the season...

Sugar Hill Native Propels Submarine Legacy into the Future

By Chief Mass Communication Specialist Erica R. Gardner, Navy Office of Community Outreach As citizens of Sugar Hill go about their daily lives, members of the U.S. Navy’s “Silent Service” work beneath the ocean’s waves, continuing a tradition that only a small fraction...

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...

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...