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Gateway85 Celebrates the Completion of the Beaver Ruin Midblock...

The Norcross community saw the need for another pedestrian crosswalk along Beaver Ruin. The two established crossings were nearly a mile apart, causing many pedestrians to cross between the two walkways and putting their safety in jeopardy. Gateway85 CID said no more. On Tuesday,...

Duck, Duck, Go! Sugarloaf Rotary Club Hosts 5th Duck...

Have you ever seen thousands of rubber ducks race down a water slide? Well here's your chance! The Rotary Club of Sugarloaf is hosting its 5th Annual Gwinnett Duck Derby to raise funds for children, youth, and the most vulnerable members of Gwinnett's community.

The next Mayor of Lawrenceville?

Lawrenceville City Councilman David Still’s bid to become the next mayor An easy-going humor and humility are the first things one notices about the fourth-generation Lawrenceville native who has announced his bid to be the city’s next mayor. At 58, current...

Peggy Slappey Inducted Into REALTORS PAC Hall of Fame

Braselton Town Councilwoman and Buford real estate broker Peggy Slappey was inducted into the REALTORS Political Action Committee Hall of Fame this spring. “I am honored and humbled to be inducted into the RPAC Hall of Fame!” Slappey said of the distinction.

People On the Move – July 2019

Dorinda (Dori) Garcia joined the sales team at Sonesta Gwinnett Place Atlanta. The Lilburn Community Improvement District appointed Tad Leithead as its new executive director, succeeding Emory Morseberger. Gwinnett...

Masino Now Leads Gwinnett Chamber

Nick Masino began his tenure as the Gwinnett Chamber’s president and CEO in July, after serving as the county’s lead economic development officer at Partnership Gwinnett for over a decade. That’s not the only headline for Masino this summer. He was also named of one of Atlanta’s 100 Most Influential People...

New Economic Development Leaders Announced

Partnership Gwinnett announced the promotion of two staffers effective immediately. Andrew Carnes, previously serving as the Senior Director of Economic Development for PG, accepted the role of Vice President of Economic Development, and Deven Cason has assumed the role of Director of Economic Development. “I am proud to...

Kaufman to Retire from Chamber’s Top Job

Dr. Daniel J. Kaufman is retiring from his role of president & CEO of the Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce. “It has been my honor to serve as the Gwinnett Chamber president for the past six years. Our goal has been to make the Chamber relevant and credible for the entire...

Above and Beyond: Gwinnett Chamber Honors Community Contributions

There are a host of factors that make Gwinnett the unique community that it is – from our world-class schools to vibrant city centers, affordable housing to award-winning parks, and so much more. But Gwinnett has also been shaped by one undeniable truth. There’s a special sense...

Celebrating a ‘Municipal Treasure’: Kathryn Parsons Willis

Gwinnett County recently adopted a new tag line but maybe county leaders should have checked with ­ Kathryn Parsons Willis first. The 2018 Gwinnett Chamber Citizen of the Year has a dead-on description for this community she loves so much: “Big and progressive,...

Gateway85 Celebrates the Completion of the Beaver Ruin Midblock...

The Norcross community saw the need for another pedestrian crosswalk along Beaver Ruin. The two established crossings were nearly a mile apart, causing many pedestrians to cross between the two walkways and putting their safety in jeopardy. Gateway85 CID said no more. On Tuesday,...

Duck, Duck, Go! Sugarloaf Rotary Club Hosts 5th Duck...

Have you ever seen thousands of rubber ducks race down a water slide? Well here's your chance! The Rotary Club of Sugarloaf is hosting its 5th Annual Gwinnett Duck Derby to raise funds for children, youth, and the most vulnerable members of Gwinnett's community.

The next Mayor of Lawrenceville?

Lawrenceville City Councilman David Still’s bid to become the next mayor An easy-going humor and humility are the first things one notices about the fourth-generation Lawrenceville native who has announced his bid to be the city’s next mayor. At 58, current...

Peggy Slappey Inducted Into REALTORS PAC Hall of Fame

Braselton Town Councilwoman and Buford real estate broker Peggy Slappey was inducted into the REALTORS Political Action Committee Hall of Fame this spring. “I am honored and humbled to be inducted into the RPAC Hall of Fame!” Slappey said of the distinction.

People On the Move – July 2019

Dorinda (Dori) Garcia joined the sales team at Sonesta Gwinnett Place Atlanta. The Lilburn Community Improvement District appointed Tad Leithead as its new executive director, succeeding Emory Morseberger. Gwinnett...

Masino Now Leads Gwinnett Chamber

Nick Masino began his tenure as the Gwinnett Chamber’s president and CEO in July, after serving as the county’s lead economic development officer at Partnership Gwinnett for over a decade. That’s not the only headline for Masino this summer. He was also named of one of Atlanta’s 100 Most Influential People...

New Economic Development Leaders Announced

Partnership Gwinnett announced the promotion of two staffers effective immediately. Andrew Carnes, previously serving as the Senior Director of Economic Development for PG, accepted the role of Vice President of Economic Development, and Deven Cason has assumed the role of Director of Economic Development. “I am proud to...

Kaufman to Retire from Chamber’s Top Job

Dr. Daniel J. Kaufman is retiring from his role of president & CEO of the Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce. “It has been my honor to serve as the Gwinnett Chamber president for the past six years. Our goal has been to make the Chamber relevant and credible for the entire...

Above and Beyond: Gwinnett Chamber Honors Community Contributions

There are a host of factors that make Gwinnett the unique community that it is – from our world-class schools to vibrant city centers, affordable housing to award-winning parks, and so much more. But Gwinnett has also been shaped by one undeniable truth. There’s a special sense...

Celebrating a ‘Municipal Treasure’: Kathryn Parsons Willis

Gwinnett County recently adopted a new tag line but maybe county leaders should have checked with ­ Kathryn Parsons Willis first. The 2018 Gwinnett Chamber Citizen of the Year has a dead-on description for this community she loves so much: “Big and progressive,...