Gaining clarity on Georgia's job front

Gaining clarity on Georgia's job front

Georgia Commissioner of Labor Mark Butler is reshaping the way the state views the operations of a labor department and its relationship to economic development and the private sector.

Georgia's Innovation Crescent a hub for life science and technology

Georgia's Innovation Crescent a hub for life science and technology

Inception, relocation and expansion: Georgia's Innovation Crescent

Youfit opens fifth Gwinnett club

Youfit opens fifth Gwinnett club

Of the 10 Youfit Health Clubs operating in Georgia, eight are in North Fulton and Gwinnett. Its latest venture has opened at 1630 Pleasant Hill Rd., in Duluth, joining clubs in Alpharetta, Buford, Norcross, Peachtree Corners, Roswell, Sandy Springs and Suwanee.

Alpharetta debut for popular restaurant concept

Alpharetta debut for popular restaurant concept

Chicken Salad Chick, the nation's newest, fast-casual restaurant concept, is scheduled to open its second Georgia franchise location in Alpharetta on August 19.

Johns Creek campus produces Alcon's VisionCare lines

Johns Creek campus produces Alcon's VisionCare lines

Expanding its Johns Creek operations to meet worldwide demand, Alcon is fueling the local economy in unique and compelling ways.

Cultivating the next generation of researchers and practitioners

Cultivating the next generation of researchers and practitioners

The Gwinnett School of Mathematics, Science and Technology (GSMST) makes it possible for high school students to test drive a career path.

Fulton is transforming teacher selection

Fulton is transforming teacher selection

Earlier in this spring, Fulton County Schools' Teacher Selection Model officially opened to potential teacher candidates wanting to join the district for the 2014-2015 school year.

Focus on the art of what's possible

In the old days on the sea, at the onset of the battle the ships' colors were flown proudly at the top of the mast – the pinnacle of success. Only when forfeiting, giving up or admitting defeat were the flags lowered.

But then there were those driven, never-say-die sailors who didn' more ...

August 25, 2014

TCSG State Board Approves the Appointment of Dr. D. Glen Cannon as the Next President of Gwinnett Technical College

Commissioner Ron Jackson informed the state board that oversees the Technical College System of Georgia that he selected Dr. D. Glen Cannon, the president of Chattahoochee Valley Technical College in Phenix City, Alabama, to become the next president of Gwinnett Technical College.

Jackson more ...

August 7, 2014

Successful brand transition for local real estate office

In July, the Suwanee-Duluth office of the residential real estate firm Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices celebrated a grand re-opening with clients and local dignitaries.

Senior Vice President and Managing Broker Andy Willis explains that, "Since Prudential Georgia was acquired by Berkshire more ...

August 4, 2014

From "Captain, she's sprung a leak" to "Congratulations, she's a girl"

A message from Dr. Daniel J. Kaufman, president & CEO, Gwinnett Chamber

Imagine the excitement of finding out a new baby is on the way.

Ultrasound photos have become the preferred method for breaking the news to relatives and friends of a wonderful new addition to the more ...

August 4, 2014

New owner for The Shoppes at Webb Gin

This vibrant 351,000 square foot mixed-use retail center located in Snellville has been acquired by
Olshan Properties.

Olshan Properties, formerly known as Mall Properties, Inc., has purchased The Shoppes at Webb Gin, from a joint venture between institutional investors advised by more ...

August 4, 2014

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