Reggie Kelly, a former NFL player who retired after 13 seasons playing for the Atlanta Falcons and Cincinnati Bengals has started a line of food products with his wife based on family recipes.
Henry Friedman, a Holocaust survivor who moved to Atlanta in 1950, spoke to students at Creekland Middle on Monday morning about how he survived, and the message he has for the Germans.
The Atlanta-area pollen count skyrocketed to 944 on Monday, with trees in the high range. Elm, cedar, and maple were the major contributors. This is by far the highest count on March 10 in the last five years.
A colorful 5K run is scheduled for Town Center Park on March 29. The race benefits the Georgia Green Industry Association, the Atlanta Habitat for Humanity ReStores, Trees Atlanta, The State Botanical Gardens of Georgia and The Atlanta Botanical Gardens.
Two Lanier High students placed in the top seven in Georgia and represent Lanier DECA at the International Career Development Conference and Competition with other winners from around the world.
The Georgia Association of Secondary School Principals recently visited North Gwinnett Middle to surprise Principal Wanda Law with the news that she is the 2013-14 Georgia Middle School Principal of the Year.
Georgia Gwinnett College was awarded a national grant to help recruit and retain women in technology.
Riverside Elementary third graders have written “thankful journals” to someone outside of their family that has left a positive impression on them.
The best young artists from throughout Gwinnett will be spotlighted in March, known nationally as Youth Art Month, during Gwinnett County’s 2014 Tapestry Display.
AT&T gave $50,000 to the Gwinnett County Public Schools Foundation to help at-risk students at Phoenix High to help them successfully complete high school and prepare for college.