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Four additions to the county’s leadership team

Gwinnett County Administrator Glenn Stephens has filled four senior management positions, including a new deputy county administrator. The other three appointments include new directors for Financial Services, Information Technology Services and Human Resources. Chief Finance Officer Maria Woods has added deputy county administrator...

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...

The Gwinnett Podcast – 2020 The Road So Far

As we get ready to Think Work and Rally our way into the next half of the year lets look back at some of the most inspiration advice that has come from the guests on The Gwinnett Podcast! Most...

Over 10 years of The Heroes Project.

The new year will bring the 10th Anniversary of the "We Light A Candle" song that benifited Relay For Life, the American Cancer Society and other cancer causes. Watch the making of the song: "We Light A Candle" from 2010 here.

It’s Hallie’s Place. Annandale Village.

Read Hallie's story on the Guide to Giving flipbook! On the surface, Hallie Hoffman is just another twenty-three-year-old, participating in races, enjoying time with her boyfriend, and wearing a warm, confident smile on a face that radiates pure joy. But the journey she’s endured to feel the contentment...

A School Where Educating Is Our Number One Goal

Alphonsa Foward grew up in a two-parent household with his five siblings in Dayton, Ohio. His parents taught him and his siblings early on about the importance of independence and leadership, and education was held in especially high regard. He earned his Bachelor of Arts Degree in...

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,...

I Love What I Do

"We will definitely be back for more. Not only beautiful but also delicious!!" "Beautiful and tasty cakes and desserts!" "Suli made an amazing cake for my daughter's party." Suliana Soto is the owner of Dulce Designs by Suli. She started her business in September...

Eight Students’ Dreams Coming True: Committing to College Sports...

Many kids grow up longing to be the next greatest college athlete. They want to be the next Trevor Lawrence or Tua Tagovailoa. Or maybe they dreamed of playing basketball and becoming the next RJ Barrett or Sabrina Ionescu. For these eight student-athletes from...

Restaurant Wow Poké and Juice is the perfect blend...

After almost two years since its inauguration, the owner of Wow Poké and Juice, Annie Kim shares her experience running her first restaurant. By living in California as a college student, Kim has noticed the ultimate growing food trend in the Golden Coast: Poké...

Four additions to the county’s leadership team

Gwinnett County Administrator Glenn Stephens has filled four senior management positions, including a new deputy county administrator. The other three appointments include new directors for Financial Services, Information Technology Services and Human Resources. Chief Finance Officer Maria Woods has added deputy county administrator...

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...

The Gwinnett Podcast – 2020 The Road So Far

As we get ready to Think Work and Rally our way into the next half of the year lets look back at some of the most inspiration advice that has come from the guests on The Gwinnett Podcast! Most...

Over 10 years of The Heroes Project.

The new year will bring the 10th Anniversary of the "We Light A Candle" song that benifited Relay For Life, the American Cancer Society and other cancer causes. Watch the making of the song: "We Light A Candle" from 2010 here.

It’s Hallie’s Place. Annandale Village.

Read Hallie's story on the Guide to Giving flipbook! On the surface, Hallie Hoffman is just another twenty-three-year-old, participating in races, enjoying time with her boyfriend, and wearing a warm, confident smile on a face that radiates pure joy. But the journey she’s endured to feel the contentment...

A School Where Educating Is Our Number One Goal

Alphonsa Foward grew up in a two-parent household with his five siblings in Dayton, Ohio. His parents taught him and his siblings early on about the importance of independence and leadership, and education was held in especially high regard. He earned his Bachelor of Arts Degree in...

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,...

I Love What I Do

"We will definitely be back for more. Not only beautiful but also delicious!!" "Beautiful and tasty cakes and desserts!" "Suli made an amazing cake for my daughter's party." Suliana Soto is the owner of Dulce Designs by Suli. She started her business in September...

Eight Students’ Dreams Coming True: Committing to College Sports...

Many kids grow up longing to be the next greatest college athlete. They want to be the next Trevor Lawrence or Tua Tagovailoa. Or maybe they dreamed of playing basketball and becoming the next RJ Barrett or Sabrina Ionescu. For these eight student-athletes from...

Restaurant Wow Poké and Juice is the perfect blend...

After almost two years since its inauguration, the owner of Wow Poké and Juice, Annie Kim shares her experience running her first restaurant. By living in California as a college student, Kim has noticed the ultimate growing food trend in the Golden Coast: Poké...