DALTON — Three rival Georgia carpet companies took a break from their floor-covering competition to focus on a foe that united them: COVID-19.
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Gwinnett, Newton and Rockdale health director Dr. Audrey Arona said there has been an alarming trend emerging as the COVID-19 vaccine has begun to be distributed to health care workers and people over 65: Not enough African-Americans or Hispanics are getting it.
Joe Biden may have won the presidency, but Democrats plainly lost the election.
Georgia Gwinnett College political science professor Linda Mancillas said voters don't have to look very far to see signs of how much Georgia's political landscape. They only have to look at the two north metro Atlanta congressional districts, the 6th and the 7th.
Carlos Llorens, who is the Georgia Gwinnett College deputy police chief, says his background as a first-generation American has given him a unique perspective to better connect with the community he serves.
In a year that has been dominated by the COVID-19 pandemic, equity in Gwinnett County Public Schools, including its Student Code of Conduct, has been a big topic facing the district.
A presentation to the Gwinnett Chamber from officials the Georgia and U.S. chambers of commerce touched on diversity-related issues, among other issues facing state and federal lawmakers.
The Georgia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and the Gwinnett Chamber have reached an agreement to work together to serve not only each organization's respective members, but also the diverse population of Gwinnett and Georgia.
Future generations of Georgians will be able to visit the University of Georgia and study the work of two Gwinnett legislators who made state history with their respective elections to public office.
The fact that Gwinnett County is a majority minority county is likely no secret as county leaders have long touted Gwinnett's diversity as an asset — but the county is expected to get a lot more diverse over the next 31 years.