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Engineering firm picks Gwinnett for U.S. operations

Validation and Engineering Group plans to bring 20 jobs to the Duluth area.

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Norcross’ RockTenn merges with Virgina firm to create packaging giant

Packaging companies RockTenn MeadWestvaco Corp agreed to form a combined $16 billion company to take on market leader International Paper Co in theUnited States and abroad.

Average Ga. gas prices drop below $2, expected to continue falling

According to atlantagasprices.com, a gallon of regular unleaded gasoline currently costs as little at $1.88 in Lawrenceville, $1.81 in Buford and $1.94 in Norcross.

Weekly restaurant health inspections for Jan. 26

Each week the Daily Post takes a snapshot of recent health scores from around the county that have been released by the Gwinnett County Health Department.

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Lawrenceville businessman wins award at Georgia Entertainment Gala

Jason Moss, founder and CEO of the Georgia Manufacturing Alliance, took home the “Georgia Community Leadership Award.”

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Maxwell High receives $2,000 donation for auto collision repair

For the second straight year, the Georgia Collision Industry Association donated $2,000 to the school in hopes of supporting an industry that is starving for quality young employees. The average age of a technician is 48-years-old, according to members of the GCIA who visited Maxwell.

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State: Unemployment numbers positive for December

The unemployment rate fell below 7 percent for the first time since April 2014.

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Von Maur to open in Nordstrom location at Mall of Georgia

The department store announced plans to open in fall 2016, employ close to 200 people.

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At Gwinnett Chamber, Atlanta Regional Commission chairman outlines optimism, concerns

The Gwinnett resident and chairman of the Atlanta Regional Commission is still aware of the main issues that concern residents in the metro Atlanta, but he said things are improving.

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Lawrenceville businessman wins award at Georgia Entertainment Gala

Jason Moss, founder and CEO of the Georgia Manufacturing Alliance, took home the “Georgia Community Leadership Award.”

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Work begins on Duluth mixed-use development

Sugarloaf Market will be located at the intersection of Peachtree Industrial Boulevard and Sugarloaf Parkway.

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For home appliances, the ‘good old days’ are now

They’re cheaper, better and more energy efficient than ever before

Thanks to advances in technology and worker productivity, American consumers get cheaper and better manufactured goods (appliances, cars, clothing, food, and household furnishings) year after year, which translates into a higher standard of living for all Americans, especially for lower and middle-income households.

Gwinnett Tech to offer tech classes for business pros

The classes in the continuing education division are designed for business professionals and will be offered in Alpharetta starting on Tuesday. The classes are short-term — three sessions and eight sessions — and offered in the evenings at the North Fulton Center of Reinhardt University at 4100 Old Milton Parkway.

Duluth officials working to cultivate new city image

As part of ongoing revitalization efforts, officials are working to up the city’s “cool” factor.

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NCR relocating headquarters from Gwinnett to midtown

Plans for the Duluth campus unclear.

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