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The first phase of the project begins Thursday in downtown Norcross.
Georgia Department of Labor experts offer job-search tips and advice.
Ross Kaul, the original go-getter for the ordinance, announced that he will ask the council to put the repeal on its June policy work session.
Many downtown businesses started a petition Friday against the tobacco free ordinance in the city of Norcross.
Six licenses were issued for Norcross-area businesses during the past week.
A weekly report on road closures in Norcross and the surrounding areas.
Government, Local Connections
Memorial Day ceremony honors fallen heroes and all men and women who have served honorably in the military during wartime and peacetime.
Candidates qualify to run for three Gwinnett Superior, State and Probate Court vacancies created by retiring judges.
Candidates Mark Gorman, Mark Williams to face each other in July 31 GOP Primary. Winner to challenge incumbent Democratic State. Rep. Pete Marin in November General Election. Incumbent State Rep. Brooks Coleman draws challenger in Republican Primary.
The District V school board chairwoman talks to Patch about why she switched over to running as a democrat and what keeps her motivated to stay on the school board after 40 years.
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