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Red Cross Urges Healthy Individuals to Give Blood Amid...

https://youtu.be/qQgNraziKdI Low donor turnout could hurt U.S. blood supply The American Red Cross strongly urges healthy, eligible individuals who are feeling well to give blood or platelets to help maintain a sufficient blood supply and prevent shortages as concerns about the outbreak...

COVID-19 Facts and Symptoms

Despite what you have probably read, very little is known about COVID-19 with a lot of certainty. It's new, unique, and what research has been done hasn't been properly reviewed by other scientists yet. We've seen articles about COVID-19 targeted at pretty specific groups...

City-By-City COVID-19 Response

It's early days and things are evolving fast, so please verify anything you read here before acting on it. We've tried to provide links to make it easy for you to do just that. We have started collecting information for each city on the...

Emergency Planning that Holds Water

Planning for a pandemic might not be as different as you'd expect from planning for relatively common disasters like hurricanes. A joint project of FEMA and the Department of Homeland Security, Ready.gov has you covered with information about preparing for everything from avalanches to volcanoes, with stops...

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...

Economic Development Report 2020

Coming soon to a county near you... We're already thinking about next year and what the future of Gwinnett is going to look like. Gwinnett County already proposed a 2020 budget that totals $1.83 billion, which includes a $1.43 billion operating budget plus another...

#LoveGwinnett. It’s Our Mission.

Maybe you’ve seen the signs around town? Or on social media? On a t-shirt? Or a billboard? In Gwinnett, when it comes to love, you’ve probably seen it everywhere. At least we hope so. For...

You Can Afford to Give.

Click here and check out the full Guide To Giving Flipbook! HOW TO BE AN ACTIVE PHILANTHROPIST ON ANY BUDGET SURVEYS TELL US MOST AMERICANS believe charitable giving is important, but few of us are able to give as...

Getting young girls interested in STEM at school isn’t...

In December 2008, I was flying from Atlanta to spend Christmas with my family in Kennewick, Washington, where I grew up and later attended Washington State University. The visit was particularly special because we were also celebrating that I had just passed my professional engineering license. Growing up,...

Red Cross Urges Healthy Individuals to Give Blood Amid...

https://youtu.be/qQgNraziKdI Low donor turnout could hurt U.S. blood supply The American Red Cross strongly urges healthy, eligible individuals who are feeling well to give blood or platelets to help maintain a sufficient blood supply and prevent shortages as concerns about the outbreak...

COVID-19 Facts and Symptoms

Despite what you have probably read, very little is known about COVID-19 with a lot of certainty. It's new, unique, and what research has been done hasn't been properly reviewed by other scientists yet. We've seen articles about COVID-19 targeted at pretty specific groups...

City-By-City COVID-19 Response

It's early days and things are evolving fast, so please verify anything you read here before acting on it. We've tried to provide links to make it easy for you to do just that. We have started collecting information for each city on the...

Emergency Planning that Holds Water

Planning for a pandemic might not be as different as you'd expect from planning for relatively common disasters like hurricanes. A joint project of FEMA and the Department of Homeland Security, Ready.gov has you covered with information about preparing for everything from avalanches to volcanoes, with stops...

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...

Economic Development Report 2020

Coming soon to a county near you... We're already thinking about next year and what the future of Gwinnett is going to look like. Gwinnett County already proposed a 2020 budget that totals $1.83 billion, which includes a $1.43 billion operating budget plus another...

#LoveGwinnett. It’s Our Mission.

Maybe you’ve seen the signs around town? Or on social media? On a t-shirt? Or a billboard? In Gwinnett, when it comes to love, you’ve probably seen it everywhere. At least we hope so. For...

You Can Afford to Give.

Click here and check out the full Guide To Giving Flipbook! HOW TO BE AN ACTIVE PHILANTHROPIST ON ANY BUDGET SURVEYS TELL US MOST AMERICANS believe charitable giving is important, but few of us are able to give as...

Getting young girls interested in STEM at school isn’t...

In December 2008, I was flying from Atlanta to spend Christmas with my family in Kennewick, Washington, where I grew up and later attended Washington State University. The visit was particularly special because we were also celebrating that I had just passed my professional engineering license. Growing up,...