Jackson Electric Membership Corporation (EMC) awarded 10 middle schools in Gwinnett County $27,578 in Bright Ideas grants to fund 18 innovative classroom projects.
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- Republican legislators get Gwinnett commission redistricting bill reassigned, Democrats say it's tantamount to a 'state takeover'
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- Appeals court upholds conviction of notorious drug kingpin 'El Chapo'
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- Gwinnett's Piedmont Eastside Medical Center will no longer permit cloth masks for visitors; medical masks now required
- Trickum Middle School honors former teacher by dedicating walking trail in her honor
- Man involved in standoff with Gwinnett SWAT officers at Norcross-area apartment complex arrested early Tuesday
- Tarece Johnson chosen to be Gwinnett school board's chairwoman, Steve Knudsen will be vice-chairman
- Former Norcross police officer arrested for pandering for sex, improperly using databases while in uniform
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