The Weekly TOP 10: May 25 – 29

TOP10 cardI guess I should’ve titled this the Semi-Weekly TOP 10, huh? After a couple of week’s of dropping the ball, the Weekly is back and just in time. Between development drama, weather-related incidents, and the beginning of summer, who can keep up with everything that’s going on in this crazy world?

That’s why we’re here to help.

And if you’re looking for a way to keep yourself busy this summer, the Grayson Arts & History Center has an idea for you.

But, enough stalling. On to the big news, beginning with Grayson Local’s story on the Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners’ vote to approve the massive development. This week’s TOP 10 includes another perspective from the Gwinnett Daily Post, as well as some info on Grayson’s millage rates, an update on the Victor Hill shooting case, a great piece on Grayson by a Snellville Council member, and another Falcons’ player charged with killing a dog.

Here’s your links:

  1. Read Curt Yeoman’s report on the Commission’s vote to approve the Highway 20 development
  2. Randy Cox summarizes the Grayson City Council meeting
  3. The victim in the Victor Hill shooting says it was an accident
  4. A lightning strike burns down a vacant house in nearby Lawrenceville
  5. The Snellville City Council will appeal judgment ordering the city to pay Mayor Kelly Kautz’s attorney fees
  6. Carole Townsend offers a little humor to lighten up your summer
  7. Dave Emmanuel has a great post about Grayson’s history on The Road to Atlanta
  8. Grace Fellowship is hosting a Father’s Day golf tournament (and you can play!)
  9. Local lawyer is sent to prison for stealing $2 million from clients
  10. Falcons player accused of killing ex-girlfriend’s dog, is cut by team

 

Author: Jason

Jason Brooks is the owner and editor of Grayson Local. A resident of Grayson for over 14 years, he loves the Grayson community and the potential it holds. A former pastor, Jason now works as a freelance writer. He has written for The John Maxwell Company, North Point Ministries, The Ford Motor Company, Catalyst, and several regional magazines as well. You can follow Jason on Twitter (@JasonMuses).

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