If you’ve been on the beach this week with your toes firmly dug into the sand, then chances are you’ve not been able to keep up with everything going on around Grayson. So for those of you returning from Spring Break, here’s what happened in Grayson and Gwinnett while you were away.
The Weekly TOP 10:
- Beth Volpert-Johansen shares how The Path Project is making strides in early-childhood literacy.
- Grayson High’s David Stinson wins the Gwinnett Daily Post’s fan choice for Male Athlete of the Week.
- Jennie Dittmar debuts her new Grayson Friday Nights series with a great post on Graft.
- The AJC shares the story of how Gwinnett Police nabbed a bank robbery suspect in his hotel room.
- Grayson resident Ryan Brooks will sing the national anthem at April 14th Gwinnett Braves game.
- The Gwinnett Daily Post shares some spring fun activities throughout Gwinnett County.
- Gwinnett Commissioners table development plan for property near 316 and Sugarloaf (via AJC).
- Gwinnett Chamber will offer free small business essentials April 23 (via AJC).
- Snellville City Council Member Tom Witts announces his campaign for mayor.
- Southeast Gwinnett Co-Op in need of cereal and other items.