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Best of Gwinnett 2023

Best of Gwinnett. There is just nothing like the spirit of our local businesses.  Take a quick look at this video and let’s pause a minute to be grateful.  Together, let’s think about the incredible impact our local businesses have on our lives. Their dedication and hard work make our community a better place every […]

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Gwinnett Leaders Support Community’s Nonprofits and Strengthen Partnerships

On November 1, 2023, community and nonprofit leaders gathered at the recently refreshed Gwinnett Coalition offices for an Evolution Event, Preview Party and Ribbon-cutting Ceremony. The events highlighted the nonprofit sector’s critical role in the community, the need for continued cross-sector partnerships, and the future of collaboration in Gwinnett. Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners Chairwoman […]

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Guven Fine Jewelry: Your Gwinnett Premium Jeweler

A sparkle on the wrist. A dazzling reflection of light off the finger. A quick glance at the time on your watch. Every moment of beauty is usually tied to something more. It can symbolize a special occasion, or a memory made with a person dear to your heart. The right jewelry is more than […]

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Gwinnett State of the County Hosts 800+ Attendees

The Gwinnett Chamber and Council for Quality Growth hosted Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners Chairwoman Nicole Hendrickson this morning for the annual State of the County Address, presented by Axis and HNTB. The program, held at 12 Stone Church in Lawrenceville, brought together business and community leaders to celebrate collective successes while learning the vision for Gwinnett’s future. “To serve with intention is to […]

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Murals to Remember : The Mansions Communities

Artists of all ages and skill levels will collaborate on a four-day project to paint a “memory” mural at The Mansions at Gwinnett Park Assisted Living & Memory Care from October 10 – 14. Open to the public, this free event is designed to bring residents, family and members of the general community together in […]

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Total Pro Roofing: ‘It’s Our Goal to Earn Your Trust’

Whether you need a simple leak repair, roof damage restoration or full-on roof replacement, Total Pro Roofing brings the total package: comprehensive, quality services, fair and square prices and renowned customer service you can trust. Based in Grayson and serving homeowners from Atlanta to Athens, Total Pro Roofing has been proud to call Gwinnett home […]

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Gateway85’s Emory Morsberger Discusses Future of the CID, Unveils Big Plans!

When Emory Morsberger took the helm as Executive Director of Gateway85 CID in April 2019, he did so with a lifetime of experience already under his belt, working on and completing large visionary community projects and real estate developments like the rebirth of the City of Lawrenceville, involvement launching Ponce City Market and founding two […]

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Healing, Heart and Overall Health with LaVida Massage of Grayson!

An amazing massage… It’s a welcome opportunity to set your daily stresses aside and drift into deep relaxation. It’s when all those aches and pains that have bothered you for weeks are released. It brings a sense of true rejuvenation that leaves you feeling uplifted for the rest of your week. Massages provide so many […]

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It’s Time to Paint Gwinnett Pink

Northside Hospital’s 5th Annual Paint Gwinnett Pink event will look a little different this year. Every October, Northside Hospital hosts the largest 5k event supporting breast cancer in Gwinnett. If you have witnessed it before, you know that it is way more than just a walk – it is a movement and a celebration of […]

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Georgia United Credit Union

Today, Cindy Robbins of Georgia United Credit Union joins us on the podcast to talk about what it looks like when your financial institution has your back. SUBSCRIBE & LISTEN WHERE EVER YOU LISTEN TO PODCASTS: Over 60 Years of Community-Based Service It was March of 1958. Vernon Carne, principal at Hooper Alexander Elementary School, […]

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