Sen. Gloria Butler (D – Stone Mountain) was awarded an Honorary Doctorate degree from Trinity International University of Ambassadors, Organization of World Leaders and Trinity Girls Network. The award and hooding ceremony was held on Georgia’s Humanitarian Day, Wednesday, November 15, 2017, at the state
Meet Peachtree Corners resident LC Johnson once and it is pretty much a given you won’t forget him. From his engaging smile to his firm handshake, LC can capture the attention of the smallest child to the most imposing person in the room. Catching someone’s
Commissioner Nash Lauds County’s ‘Remarkable’ Achievements, Diversity In State of the County Address
“Many Voices, One Gwinnett.” In her seventh annual State of the County Address, Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners Chairman Charlotte Nash declared the county’s condition to be “remarkable,” highlighting multiple accomplishments while acknowledging challenges in the future. Nash said Gwinnett’s brand is one of excellence
As a national leader in advanced cancer treatment and research, Georgia Cancer Specialists (GCS) is uniquely positioned to offer patients cutting-edge cancer care in the communities in which they live. The practice’s clinics in Gwinnett and Johns Creek are proud to welcome Dr. Kathleen Laveaux
Evening features panel of experts, Q&A, networking The City of Peachtree Corners is partnering with Georgia Tech’s Enterprise Innovation Institute to study the community’s readiness for a business incubator. To help launch the study the City has organized a community event, An Evening of Entrepreneurship
Excitement filled the area as Dunkin Donuts held their officials ribbon cutting ceremony Saturday, March 7th. Mayor Nancy Harris conducted the ribbon cutting ceremony along with store owner Stephen Attard who said Duluth was an ideal location for his store.
Quantum National Bank recently hired Scott Coleman as Vice President/Business Development Officer of the Bank’s Small Business Lending Division.
Patricia and Moses A. Mawa have been recognized for transforming lives. The CNN crew traveled from their global headquarters in Atlanta to interview Patricia and Moses at their studio as well as at their residence in Canada.
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