ARC Board Chairman Kerry Armstrong said housing is a major issue facing Gwinnett County, and the Atlanta region as a whole, as he addressed the Gwinnett Chamber this week.
The City of Norcross recently announced that it has awarded $65,000 in American Rescue Plan Act Small Business Grants to six local small businesses.
Florida-based Tex-Mex restaurant chain, Capital Tacos, announced it is preparing to expand into Georgia with locations in Peachtree Corners and Johns Creek that are set to open this spring.
AGCO Corporation, a Gwinnett County-based worldwide manufacturer and distributor of agricultural machinery and precision ag technology, recently announced it is donating $650,000 to the United Nations Children’s Fund in direct support of its earthquake response in Turkey.
Sixteen students from the eighth grade fundamentals of engineering class from Duluth's Coleman Middle School were recently given a very unique experience.
Central Bank, a community bank headquartered in Tampa, Florida, with branches in Winter Park and St. Augustine, Florida, has opened a new branch in Suwanee, bank officials said.
I recently had the chance to work with a couple of investors who were in a unique position. They are in their early 60s, he just retired, and she is still working. They wanted to start converting part of their traditional IRA to a Roth IRA to minimize their required minimum distributions in roughly 10 years. The catalyst is that in 10 years, she would likely be a single taxpayer as he was facing serious health problems.
Gwinnett County commissioners voted on Tuesday night to approve the Gwinnett Place Mall Revitalization Strategy that the Gwinnett Place Community Improvement District worked on last year.
Jackson EMC recently donated $50,000 to the Food Bank of Northeast Georgia for the food bank’s new facility expansion project, slated to open in 2024.
Auburn officials recently celebrated a milestone in their plans to redevelop their downtown area: the cupola was placed on the top of the new City Hall building.
For the second time in four years, Primerica officials have donated a vehicle to the American Red Cross to help with blood collections across the metro Atlanta area.
Explore Gwinnett Chief Executive Officer Stan Hall said a major step announcement on the planned mixed-use development at the Gas South District could be coming this spring, or at least by the end of this year.
The Georgia Manufacturing Alliance, founded in 2008, celebrated 15 years of serving Georgia’s manufacturers, and manufacturing executives and personnel, during a Feb. 21 Gala at Sweetwater Brewing Company in Atlanta.
Shoppers can expect The Forum Peachtree Corners to become a little dusty this spring as ground starts turning for its redevelopment, or rather its rejuvenation.
Gwinnett County's government leaders are involved in some significant economic development projects that will grab headlines for years to come, including the redevelopments of Gwinnett Place Mall, the OFS site and the former Olympic Tennis Center property.
Two Tuesday Morning stores in Gwinnett County, located in Buford and Snellville, are among the 12 Georgia stores that the home decor retailer plans to close soon as it goes through bankruptcy proceedings.
The first 100 customers at Japanese cream puff restaurant chain Beard Papa's newest location in Duluth will receive a free gift when the pastry shop opens later this month.
A topping out ceremony is a builder’s tradition held when the last beam is placed atop a building during its construction. But, during Thursday’s ceremony for the new Westin Atlanta Gwinnett hotel, it was another rooftop attraction Stan Hall touted.
The Westin Atlanta Gwinnett, the new hotel located on the campus of the Gas South District in Gwinnett County, celebrated its official topping off on Thursday.
Tammy Shumate — who is the director of corporate development at her husband, Greg's, comapny, Capital City Home Loans LLC — was feted at the Gwinnett Chamber's 75th Annual Dinner at the Gas South District on Friday night as she was named the chamber's Citizen of the Year.
Andy Maughon may have retired from nearly five decades of fixing automobiles, but he’s planning to stay more than active.
Gwinnett Chamber officials announced on Monday that its head of communications and marketing has gotten a promotion.
Suwanee resident and Southern Company Gas/Nicor Gas Director of Corporate Safety Brian Thomas was the recent recipient of the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity — Alpha Upsilon Lambda Chapter’s Martin Luther King, Jr. Legacy Award for Governmental and Military Service.
The Jackson EMC Foundation board of directors awarded a total of $82,500 in grants for organizations during its December meeting, including $33,000 to organizations serving Gwinnett County.
Workforce-related issues are expected to be topics lawmakers at the will have to tackle this year, according to officials from the U.S. and Metro Atlanta Chambers of Commerce.
The first installment of the series in 2023 was held on Wednesday and it marked the introduction of Porter Steel as the series new presenting sponsor.
Alexandra Edgar of the Wesleyan School was honored at the Southwest Gwinnett Chamber’s First Friday breakfast last week with the organization’s Character Award for the month of January.
Thanks to the communities’ support, InsuranceHub has awarded a $10,000 donation to Home of Hope at Gwinnett Children’s Shelter, a local organization dedicated to helping children and their young moms move from homeless to a home of their own.
Academy stores across the state of Georgia reopened late Monday night to sell UGA fans the first pieces of national championship gear as soon as the title game ended just before 11 p.m.
A company that specializes in nuclear fuel cell technology and consulting solutions has signed a lease for an office in Peachtree Corners.
As we close out 2022, it’s a prime time to perform a financial checkup. Dr. Cathy McCrary, assistant professor of accounting at Georgia Gwinnett College, said many people have been pulled in several directions during the holidays and may not know where to start.
The owner of Sugarloaf Business Center, which is located near the Gas South District, announced the office park is now fully leased out after a series of lease agreements were recently reached.
Peach State Federal Credit Union members and employees will be helping ensure toys will be under a lot of Christmas trees this weekend for children in need.
The Jackson EMC Foundation board of directors awarded a total of $114,919 in grants for organizations during its November meeting, including $87,500 to organizations serving Gwinnett County.
The Gwinnett Chamber will celebrate its Diamond Anniversary in February at the 75th Annual Dinner with Tammy Shumate highlighting the honorees.
The Gwinnett County Chamber of Commerce is among the top 1% of chambers in the nation when it comes to business practices, according to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.
The Council for Quality Growth recently held its 13th Annual Community Improvement District Recognition reception, with Emory Morsberger receiving one of the top honors.
Gwinnett County and Suwanee officials formally opened the new Fire Station 13 in the city during a ribbon cutting ceremony on Monday morning.
The long lines to get into the new Whataburger location in Kennesaw could be a look into what can be expected at The Exchange @ Gwinnett next year when the Buford Whataburger location opens its doors.
Primerica employees strove to not only collect 100,000 cans of food for the Salvation Army's Can-A-Thon for the second year in a row, but to increase their contribution during their annual drive-thru food drive at the company's headquarters in Duluth on Wednesday.
A luxury vinyl flooring company is expanding its production efforts by moving into a new facility in Buford, according to Partnership Gwinnett officials.
The Jackson EMC Foundation board of directors awarded a total of $106,200 in grants for organizations during its October meeting, including $101,200 to organizations serving Gwinnett County.