Namely, it has more sides than a political debate.
But the weather hasn’t been the top story this week. Lots of things have happened in Grayson and beyond, so to get you caught up, here’s your Weekly TOP 10:
- The Gwinnett Planning Commission puts a major Grayson-area development plan on hold, the Gwinnett Daily Post reports.
- Grayson will put its community spirit on display over the next few days, with a Jazz concert in the park and community meeting on Tuesday night.
- The State of Georgia will resume the proceedings for the execution of Kelly Gissendaner, reports the Gwinnett Daily.
- The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports that Gwinnett County’s school board voted to close down one of the county’s Special Needs schools.
- The AJC also reports potential for MARTA expansion into Gwinnett is finding traction among residents.
- The Gwinnett County Sheriff’s Department arrests one of their own after allegations of sexual assault, per the Gwinnett Daily Post.
- The Gwinnett Citizen shares the story of a Wages Funeral Home employee, Don Railey, receiving certification as a John Maxwell Team coach.
- The Citizen also shares some great tips for local fishermen looking to hit the lakes in the next few weeks.
- Jennie Dittmar highlights Johnny’s Pizza Grayson in part two of her Grayson Friday Nights series.
- And finally, the Grayson Arts & History will kick off May’s Digital History Month with a community-wide project.