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Collins Hill Junior Wins 2018 State Diving Championship

Collins Hill Junior Wins 2018 State Diving Championship

Collins Hill Junior Wins 2018 State Diving Championship

On February 1st, Peter Smithson, Junior at Collins Hill High School successfully defended his 2017 title in the Class AAAAAAA and Class AAAAAA division of the state dive meet. Smithson scored a 602.00, which put him above the 600 mark for the second time, not far off the state record of 629.80. Colquitt County’s Parker

Gwinnett Braves are now the Gwinnett Stripers

Gwinnett Braves Rebrand as Gwinnett Stripers

After a six-month creative process that included input from the Atlanta Braves, sports marketing firm Brandiose and submissions from fans, the Gwinnett Baseball Club unveiled its new name, logos and uniform to the public in December. The Triple-A International League team will now be known as the Gwinnett Stripers. “We are excited to begin a

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5 Web Design Trends Making an Impact in 2018

The landscape of the digital world is always changing. New advancements in technology continue to roll out, shifting the direction of web design at the drop of a dime. What was hot last year may be old-fashioned by the time the new year comes around. By: Alicia Carter Businesses not only have to adjust their

Coopers Crew Foundation Scholarship 2018

Cooper O’Brien Sportsmanship Award Awarded to North Gwinnett Students

On January 13th, Kevin and Donna O’Brien awarded two deserving students from North Gwinnett the Cooper O’Brien Sportsmanship award. The Cooper O’Brien Sportsmanship award is about how you conduct yourself on the court but more importantly, off the court. The award goes to athletes who demonstrate characteristics such as being respectful of their teammates and

Roberts Elementary School Celebrates MLK Day

Roberts Elementary School celebrated Martin Luther King, Jr. Day with their first school-wide service project. Through a grant from the Just Energy Foundation and Hands On Atlanta, they were able to build six garden beds and an outdoor classroom. With the help of over 70 volunteers including parents, students, staff, Principal Dr. Dion Jones’ fraternity

Matt James Solutions for Hair Loss

A Passion for Helping Others

Matt James Solutions for Hair Loss may have just officially opened its doors last year, but the company was born out of a true passion for helping people struggling with medical hair loss and 40 years in the professional hair industry. By: Rachel Pillow | Photos by Karl Lamb Dee Borders-Cannon owns Details Salon Professionals

Greater Atlanta Christian New Performing Arts Center

Greater Atlanta Christian New Performing Arts Center

The greater Atlanta arts community gained a new performance venue this winter. The Performing Arts Center (PAC) at Greater Atlanta Christian School opened on February 1st, ushering in new opportunities for larger productions and stage performances on their campus. Combining the best of traditional stylings with state-of-the- art acoustics, video and lighting, the facility can

OMG!!! Kids and Social Media

Here are some helpful questions to ask yourself to help decide if your kids are ready for social media profiles. By: Laura Lebovitz | LAMFT at Grow Counseling If you are the parent of a teenager, or your kid just wants to be a teenager, you’ve probably been asked about a variety of social media apps.

My favorite inspirational quotes

We just got back tonight from a quick trip to the beach (Miramar Beach, Florida). I needed that badly! Thank you Mom, Dad, and Keith! The beach is my happy place and the perfect place to destress. We enjoyed the sun, sand, Gulf, seafood, playing cards, and watching Michigan State basketball clinch the Big10 Championship.

 The 4th annual Gwinnett Beer Fest returns to Coolray Field on May 5th 2018

Cinco De Mayo Fiesta Grande at the Stadium

 The 4th annual Gwinnett Beer Fest returns to Coolray Field on May 5th By: RACHEL PILLOW  Coolray Field, home of the Gwinnett Stripers MiLB team and Atlanta United 2 will again host the “Beer Fest at the Ballpark”: The Gwinnett Beer Fest. Tickets for the event include unlimited samples of over 150 craft beers! Live

Investment Strategies with Aileron

Investment Strategies with Aileron

By: Bill and Cindi Porter, AILERON INVESTMENT ADVISORS Q: Why did the stock market become so volatile? A: Multiple factors can be cited, but it can primarily be attributed to the fear of inflation. After the 2008 stock market meltdown, the federal government responded with a heavy dose of corporate regulations and taxes. Their combined weight resulted

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