Thursday, May 2, 2013
The winner will receive a pair of tickets to see the play on opening weekend at Aurora Theatre in Lawrenceville, Ga.
Thanks to everyone who entered our Lark Eden ticket giveaway contest! We asked you to tell us about your best friend. We then randomly selected a winner from all of the submissions. Our winner is Beth Farr! Here's what Beth said about her best friend: "My daughter is my best friend as we have fought some tremendous battles together theses past few years. She has always loved live theater as does her mom, her grandpa and his mom before her. She blesses my life both on stage and off." Congratulations Beth! Check your email for instructions on how to claim your prize, two tickets for the Saturday, May 8th performance of Lark Eden at 8pm at Aurora Theatre in downtown Lawrenceville, Ga. Enjoy the show! If you didn't win, you can still buy …
Wednesday, May 1, 2013
Submit your entry by Thursday at noon.
Tuesday, May 22, 2012
You have until 11:59am Wednesday to enter to win tickets to see "The Fox on the Fairway" at the Aurora Theatre.
- On Patch
Tuesday, May 22, 2012
Wednesday, May 9, 2012
The Gwinnett Patches recently held a contest giving away tickets to a baseball game, and now the nine winners have been determined.
The nine Patch sites in Gwinnett County recently held a contest giving away a Family Four Pack of tickets to the Gwinnett Braves game on June 1st. We randomly selected a winner from each site. Their Patch usernames are: Dacula Patch - Betsy Duluth Patch - Anita Smith Lawrenceville Patch - JoAnn Fuller Lilburn Patch - Diane Altonen Loganville Patch - Denise Beam Norcross Patch - Tim Suggs Peachtree Corners Patch - Gene Reinold Snellville Patch - Sherry B. Cown Suwanee Patch - Alicia Allen Congratulations to all of our winners! We look forward to seeing you at Coolray Field. Even if you did not win, you still can buy tickets for the game at a discounted price by using promo code LAWRENCEVILLE.
Tuesday, May 8, 2012
Lawrenceville Patch's contest to win a family four pack of tickets ends at 6pm.
Tuesday, May 1, 2012
Patch is giving away tickets to Lawrenceville Night at Coolray Field.
Baseball is America’s pastime. And now Lawrenceville Patch is giving you and your family or friends a chance to join us at the ballpark to watch the Gwinnett Braves take on the Charlotte Knights. You could win a Family Four Pack of tickets to the game on Lawrenceville Night-- Friday, June 1st at 7:05 p.m. at Coolray Field in Lawrenceville. Entering is easy. Just scroll down and comment on this article by Tuesday, May 8th at 6 p.m. telling us why you love baseball or going to ballgames. We’ll randomly choose a winner from the comments. All nine of the Gwinnett Patches are participating, so visit your neighbor sites and enter on each site. Each Patch will choose a winner, but you can only win one set of tickets. Now, Play Ball!
Monday, April 2, 2012
Tickets are still available for the Atlanta Braves All-Stars vs. Future Stars baseball game at Coolray Field.
Those hoping to see their favorite Atlanta Braves players and the next generation of Gwinnett Braves stars have one last chance. Tickets are still available to Tuesday night's All-Stars vs. Future Stars game at Coolray Field. Prices start at $10. You can purchase tickets at the Box Office at Coolray Field. They are open from 10am until 5pm today and re-open Tuesday morning at 10. You may also buy them online or by calling the Box Office at (678) 277-0340.
Friday, July 22, 2011
New technology will enable officers to issue electronic tickets to offenders and upload their citations to central servers over a cellular modem.
- POLICE & FIRE
Friday, July 22, 2011
Gone is the hope that a ticket won’t hit your record for a few weeks – that is if you get it in Gwinnett County. Now it is likely to just take an e-second. Gwinnett County officials announced Thursday that new technology coming soon to Gwinnett County’s public safety vehicles will enable police officers, code enforcement, animal control and fire marshals to issue electronic tickets to offenders and upload their citations to central servers over a cellular modem. When an officer enters a Georgia driver’s license number into a handheld computer, the device will fill in information about the drivers involved in an incident. According to officials, this will eliminate time-consuming copying and ensuring accuracy and legibility - the officer …