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The Neighborhood Files
How did Mother's Day get its start?
Government, The Neighborhood Files
A look at veterans and current service members who have a place on the Snellville Veterans Memorial.
Arts, The Neighborhood Files
This is the last day to win tickets to the last show of the downtown Lawrenceville theatre's season.
With the help of Snellville citizens, the Gwinnett Sunrise Rotary club donated $5,000 to the gardens which will help them build a new pavilion in a future phase of the project.
The Neighborhood Files, Local Connections
Serving as a 'Local Voice' is easier and more fun than most people realize.
Opinion, The Neighborhood Files
Are you a native Gwinnettian? Share your story with us!
Updated: The church's main auditorium is open for people to come pray for Buddy Hoffman.
Groups from both sides of the aisle, including the former Snellville city councilman, have lauded the efforts of four girls to end the practice of segregated proms in Rochelle, Ga.
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