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Business, Patch's House & Home, Awareness, Public Safety, Going Green
Davina Cates sells sells vintage antiques and home accessories in her shop in historic downtown Duluth.
Government, Going Green
The Saturday, May 18, event at Shorty Howell Park promotes healthy family lifestyles.
Gwinnett Department of Water Resources to host open house at Shoal Creek Water Filter Plant.
Business, Local Connections, Going Green
The family business opened in 1973 and is considered the most established nursery in Gwinnett County.
The Georgia EPD's annual ban continues through Sept. 30.
Here are some family activities you can do to foster environmentalism. Sponsored by Sony.
Awareness, Going Green
This week is a reminder that metro Atlanta and Duluth commuters can make an impact on air quality.
Government, Schools, Going Green
Gwinnett County Public Schools will split a $10,000 prize with Cobb County's Ford Elementary.
Police & Fire, Going Green
Citizens are encouraged to dispose of prescription (RX) and over-the-counter (OTC) drugs that are out of date or not needed any more.
Each year since 1969, April 22 has been celebrated as Earth Day. It's recognized as a day to focus on ways to support and protect our environment.
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