People To Know

Meet the 2014 People To Know

Each year, we feature many of the top Gwinnett businesses and leaders who make our community a great place.

Pie

Pie: Any Way You Slice It, It's Comfort Food for All

People come in and enjoy it. Even if they're in a bad mood, no matter what kind of financial trouble or issue they're going through, there's something about pie that brings a smile to their faces.

Gwinnett Venues

Gwinnett Venues and Meeting Places

The hospitality industry is big business in Georgia, and Gwinnett County is a significant contributor to the mix of event facilities, venues and meeting rooms offered throughout the area.

Be the Best You

Be the Best You

As a society, we are always looking to better ourselves.Whether you want to change your eating and sleeping habits or take time to relax more, we strive to be happier, healthier and better human beings because we always see room for improvement in our lives.

Hyunjin Son

Hyunjin Son – 2014 GCPS Teacher of the Year

When you don't yet know your own talents and abilities, it's not always easy to believe in yourself.

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Fill 'Er Up! And Hold the Mustard

If only there was somewhere to get a bite. Nothing around except this gas station and...wait a minute!

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Your guide through North Georgia's Wine Country

One of the best ways to start exploring the world of wine is by participating in wine tastings. What better place to start than our own North Georgia Wine Country.

The Power of the Written Word

Publisher’s Letter

I am a great believer in the power of the written word. As a writer, words are both my tools and my products. I take immense satisfaction at being able to deploy exactly the right word to convey a thought or feeling, although if I can’t settle on just one &n more ...

November 18, 2014

Being Principal for a Day

by J. Alvin Wilbanks

During one week in November, 132 Gwinnett County business and civic leaders will go from being “People to Know” to being “people IN the know” as they participate in the 11th annual Principal for a Day Program. A joint venture of the Gw more ...

November 18, 2014

Help clear up the FOG

by Charlotte J. Nash

Pouring a little bacon grease down the drain may not seem like a big problem, but every little bit adds up and can create major blockages in sewer lines. Fats, oils and grease, known as FOG, cause hundreds of thousands of dollars in damage to residential prop more ...

November 18, 2014

Duluth Tree Lighting is Dec. 6

The City of Duluth’s signature event of the year is right around the corner.

The 36th annual Duluth Tree Lighting is scheduled for Saturday, Dec. 6. The event kicks off at 4 p.m. with fun activities for children such as arts and crafts, letters to Santa, inflatables, and City Hall O more ...

November 18, 2014

Local Gingerbread Contest Begins Nov. 30

The Gwinnett Environmental and Heritage Center (EHC) will host its fifth annual Sustainable Gingerbread House Competition and Exhibit. Designers are asked to create environmentally friendly houses that highlight sustainability and green building design using edible and natural materials.

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November 12, 2014

Gwinnett County Parks & Recreation Named Number One Agency in the State

The Georgia Recreation and Park Association recognized Gwinnett County Parks and Recreation as the number one park agency in the state serving populations of 150,001 during the group’s annual conference held Nov. 3-6 in Jekyll Island, Ga.

Gwinnett County Commission Chairman Charlott more ...

November 11, 2014

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