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It’s a Holiday Special! Top Interview Moments from Season 2 of the Gwinnett Podcast

As this year comes to a close and holiday season is in full swing, we’re taking a moment to reflect on all the most memorable moments from Season 2 of the Gwinnett Podcast. For over a year, we’ve had the honor of sitting down with so many amazing community leaders and entrepreneurs and getting to […]

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The Comeback of a Lifetime! The Story of Good Landing Recovery Center

On a muggy evening in the outskirts of Clarksdale, Mississippi, fourteen-year-old Trey Lewis clutched his first bottle of alcohol. He never imagined the first sip would be the precipice of a vicious, downhill cycle that would nearly destroy his future. Or that one day, he’d draw on his harrowing experiences with alcohol and later drugs […]

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Lawrenceville Marks 200 Years with Big Celebration

Lawrenceville Marks 200 Years with Big Celebration Lawrenceville’s Bicentennial celebration went off with a bang Wednesday night, as residents packed a brand-new venue built by the city on the historic downtown square. The recently opened Lawrenceville Arts Center played host to the evening’s festivities, which included speeches from current and former leaders in the facility’s […]

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200 Years of Lawrenceville Excellence! Best Podcast Moments of 2021

Throughout 2021, we’ve taken a deep dive into Lawrenceville’s fascinating past, thriving present and promising future as we commemorate the city’s 200th year. We’ve sat down with city leaders, community changemakers, entrepreneurs, students and even a couple of mayors! We’ve explored their stories, celebrated their accomplishments and learned about the exciting new projects they have […]

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Making Lawrenceville More Vibrant with the Power of Art!

The power of art and creative expression brings fun and enrichment to our daily lives, schools and communities. It can even make the places we love feel like home! The beloved City of Lawrenceville is a shining example of how leaning into the arts and expressing ourselves can create real connections and foster amazing opportunities […]

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Congratulations to the Gwinnett Chamber’s 2021 Small Business Superstars!

Showcasing those that dare to start, sustain and succeed, the Gwinnett Chamber held its Small Business Awards on November 3, at the Gas South Convention Center. Presented by Regions Bank, ten category recipients were recognized for exhibiting best business practices and embodying the entrepreneurial spirit. “At the Gwinnett Chamber, we believe small business is big business,” said Nick Masino, President […]

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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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Empowering Lawrenceville Students & Businesses Through Community-Building!

These days, we tend to stick to our bubbles more than we’d like to admit (and not just ‘cause of the pandemic). Whether it’s Gen X-er’s or Gen Z-er’s, high schoolers or retirees, small business owners or community organizers, there’s so much untapped potential that we’re missing out on due to a lack of interaction […]

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Satisfeed: Tackling Food Insecurity in Gwinnett, One Saturday at a Time

Did you know that one in seven Gwinnett residents is experiencing hunger or food insecurity? Or that 53% of students at Gwinnett County Public Schools (GCPS) receive free or reduced lunch? Many are surprised to learn about the scope of food insecurity in our county, especially considering its reputation as a prosperous metro Atlanta hub. […]

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Hey, Honey! Roy Rush is the Bee’s Knees

Nothing says springtime in Georgia like azaleas and dogwoods. We’ll put up with a fine coating of pollen on our cars and patio furniture if it means we can enjoy a month-long feast for the eyes, itchy and watery though they may be. And when those blossoms open up, watch for the honey bees––and the […]

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