( Gwinnett County , Ga. , October 12, 2010) - Alternative Home Care for Seniors (AHCS) is the official presenter of Sweaters for Seniors. This is the third year AHCS is partnering with schools such as JC Magill to collect sweaters and blankets to warm the older population.
"This year, we have brought on schools as our key collection point partners to not only collect sweaters, but to raise funds through our "Create-A-Sweater" pinup program. Being able to connect Gwinnett's youth with its elder population is the way it should be as we are all one," said Sharna Fulton, Director of Marketing for AHCS.
(Lawrenceville, Ga., Oct. 5, 2010) Six Gwinnett residents will serve on the Chairmans budget review committee to help set priorities and seek ways to prioritize spending in county government operations and capital improvement plans. Board of Commissioners Chairman Charles Bannister announced the six members on Tuesday, saying he increased the number from two in previous years in response to rising public interest.
Please help the county of Gwinnett County in recognizing two of the most active couples in the county. They are just a couple of couples who have ever been awarded "The Couple Lifetime Acheivement Award " !
PELHAM A Pelham gas station is listed among those businesses fined for bilking customers following a statewide gas gouging investigation, authorities say.
Adens Minute Mart on U.S. Highway 19 South in Pelham was ordered to pay a $1,000 fine and pay restitution to customers the state says it improperly preyed upon after Gov. Sonny Perdue issued an executive order Sept. 12 in the wake of damages from Hurricanes Ike and Gustav, Shawn Conroy, spokesman for the Governors Office of Consumer Affairs said.
WASHINGTON The Justice Department announced today that former Atlanta Police Department (APD) Officer Arthur Bruce Tesler pleaded guilty in federal district court to conspiring to violate the civil rights of Kathryn Johnston, 92, in connection with her fatal shooting during the execution of ...
ATLANTA -- Commuters heading to work or school on Tuesday morning better have gas in the tank when they head out. Many of the gas stations they pass will have little or no gas. If they do stumble across a station that's still pumping any grade of fuel there's sure to be long lines of drivers waiting