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Kaitlyn King will represent Lawrenceville abroad as a People to People Student Ambassador.
City’s Alcohol Ordinance is being totally rewritten. GGC requests same smoking restrictions as imposed in the city. Southern Cross gets green light for two change orders totaling $17,700. And election results are now official.
Thanks to the county, Lawrenceville water rates will increase starting next month in the new year. Councilman Tony Powell wants to eliminate public water rate ordinance; City Manager Bob Baroni voiced concern.
Two companies get the green light to proceed with Jackson Street Park design and development.
City transfers SPLOST funds and approves a SPLOST funded drainage improvement project.
The Neighborhood Files
Customer Service reigns supreme for employment opportunities.
Business, The Neighborhood Files
Work around animals, assist and greet visitors at a senior living facility or become a management trainee…these and more opportunities await you.
A Lawrenceville man and his fraternity brothers lead local efforts to help build the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial in Washington, DC.
Gwinnett Medical Center continues to live up to its history as one of the largest employer in the county. Way to go GMC in putting people to work!
“It does not take a title to do great things in your community,” said Councilwoman Katie Hart Smith.
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