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10/6: $200 million Lawrenceville project; Peachtree Corners; Winn Festival

10/6: $200 million Lawrenceville project; Peachtree Corners; Winn Festival

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TODAY’S FOCUS: Lawrenceville Announces $200 Million Development for Downtown Area
EEB PERSPECTIVE: Peachtree Corners Cracks List of Top 20 Cities in Georgia
ANOTHER VIEW: Free Book Awaits When Visiting This Weekend’s Elisha Winn Festival
SPOTLIGHT: Walton EMC
FEEDBACK: Trump’s “Leadership” Is Pitiful on So Many Levels
UPCOMING: Lawrenceville Kicks Off $30 Million College Corridor Project
NOTABLE: October 15 Is Deadline for Paying 2017 Property Taxes
RECOMMENDED: Our Souls at Night by Kent Haruf
GEORGIA TIDBIT: Temple Bombing in Atlanta Sends Moral Shockwaves through City
TODAY’S QUOTE: One Way Albert Schweitzer Looked at the World
MYSTERY PHOTO: Something of a Mystery Inside a Mystery This Time
CALENDAR: Second Annual Paint Georgia Pink 5K Walk/Run on Saturday

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by · October 6, 2017 · Full issues
4/15: Cancer program; 900,000 Gwinnettians; Snellville’s naming

4/15: Cancer program; 900,000 Gwinnettians; Snellville’s naming

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TODAY’S FOCUS: Medical Center, YMCA Join in Program To Benefit Cancer Survivors

EEB PERSPECTIVE: As of Monday, Gwinnett Population Hits 900,000 Residents

ANOTHER VIEW: Who Named Snellville? Research at National Archives Clears It Up

SPOTLIGHT: Brand Banking Company

FEEDBACK: Assistance After Closing Brings Plaudits from Potential Customer

UPCOMING: Tuesday, April 26, Is Final Date To Register for May 24 Primary Election

NOTABLE: Finalists Told for United Way’s Spark Prize Event of April 28

GEORGIA TIDBIT: Dr. Samuel Nunes of Portugal among Jews Landing in Early Savannah

TODAY’S QUOTE: No Way Mason Brothers Could Lose in Early Business Dealings

MYSTERY PHOTO: Mountain Scene Begs for Identification

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by · April 15, 2016 · Full issues
BRACK: On Monday, Gwinnett County’s population will hit 900,000 residents

BRACK: On Monday, Gwinnett County’s population will hit 900,000 residents

By Elliott Brack, editor and publisher | On Monday, April 18, 2016, Gwinnett County will welcome its 900,000th resident. Becoming the second most populated county in Georgia, it’s closing in on Fulton County, with 1,010,562 persons (2015). Experts say that eventually Gwinnett should be the most populated county in the state about 2030.

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by · April 15, 2016 · Elliott Brack's Perspective