Paint Gwinnett Pink 2023 Photos!
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Gwinnett County to Celebrate Earth Day with Community Recycling Event
Over the last six years, Gwinnett Clean & Beautiful (GC&B) has hosted a community-wide Earth Day-themed recycling event on a Saturday in April for the convenience of Gwinnett County residents. For the first time since 2017, Earth Day will fall on a Saturday – giving the Keep America Beautiful affiliate the perfect opportunity to host […]Read More
Gwinnett State of the County Hosts 800+ Attendees
The Gwinnett Chamber and Council for Quality Growth hosted Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners Chairwoman Nicole Hendrickson this morning for the annual State of the County Address, presented by Axis and HNTB. The program, held at 12 Stone Church in Lawrenceville, brought together business and community leaders to celebrate collective successes while learning the vision for Gwinnett’s future. “To serve with intention is to […]Read More
Gwinnett Chamber Promotes Lisa Sherman to Senior Vice President of Marketing and Communications
The Gwinnett Chamber announced the promotion of Lisa Sherman to Senior Vice President of Marketing and Communications. Sherman will now oversee a consolidated team of marketing, communications, and design professionals for the Gwinnett Chamber. She was hired back to the Gwinnett Chamber in November of 2021 to develop strategic communication plans for both Gwinnett Chamber […]Read More
Murals to Remember : The Mansions Communities
Artists of all ages and skill levels will collaborate on a four-day project to paint a “memory” mural at The Mansions at Gwinnett Park Assisted Living & Memory Care from October 10 – 14. Open to the public, this free event is designed to bring residents, family and members of the general community together in […]Read More
All About Buford City Schools
Melanie Reed is a lifelong resident of Gwinnett County and superintendent of Buford City Schools. She was expecting her firstborn when she and her husband decided they wanted to raise their family in Buford. A Buford graduate himself, Reed’s husband appreciated the academic edge he’d been afforded at his alma mater district, and he and […]Read More
Gwinnett Cities By Personality Type!
Hey Gwinnett! What’s your opinion? Listen to this story! Have you ever thought about what personality type your city has? Probably not.But with all the different personality tests that get circulated these days, it was a question that recently came up here at Gwinnett Magazine and it led to a pretty fun conversation amongst our […]Read More
Crusin’ For A Cause at Buford High School
Buford-based Classic Auto Rides car club. “CARS” is a nonprofit organization started in January 2021 as a charity to give back to the community. Many car clubs come together over their love of cars, but this group wanted to do more and make their events about giving back. If that kinda fuel doesn’t fill up […]Read More
Leaders & Legends: Phillip Beard
On an August day in 1984, a man from Memphis, Tennessee came to town. He was doing the business of the federal government, charged with selling an old post office building in the downtown Buford square. City Commission Chairman Phillip Beard greeted him, and they walked across the street together. It was blistering hot outside. […]Read More
Peggy Slappey Properties: Celebrating 40 Years in Business!
2022 has marked quite the milestone for Peggy Slappey Properties. Not only is it their seventh consecutive year winning Best of Gwinnett, but it’s their 40th year bringing exceptional service and making homebuying dreams come true in and around Gwinnett! For the past four decades, the family-owned real estate agency with offices in Buford and Dacula has […]Read More