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This week, Gov. Nathan Deal ordered the return of Bibles to cabins and lodges at state parks. A citizen complaint prompted the state Department of Natural Resources to remove them.
Government, The Neighborhood Files, Local Connections, Awareness
Officials said the center must leave its Duluth location by July 1.
Government, The Neighborhood Files, Going Green
The event promotes healthy family lifestyles, and it takes place May 18.
Government, Schools, Going Green
Gwinnett County Public Schools will split a $10,000 prize with Cobb County's Ford Elementary.
Gwinnett County Public Schools leads the nation for K-12 building space that is ENERGY STAR-certified.
Government, Local Connections
Councilman Thomas Wight is taking a six-month sabbatical to hike the Pacific Crest Trail.
Government, Local Connections, Going Green
Both former mayor Diana Preston and the late Diane Bronk, a city volunteer, will be honored.
The pending federal cuts, also known as sequestration, are set to take effect March 1.
In this second article of a two-part interview, Patch talks to Jose Perez, a Gwinnett County resident and commission member, about the process of getting group started, hiring a director and reviewing applications.
Jose Perez, a Peachtree Corners resident, is a member of the newly re-established Georgia Charter Schools Commission. In this first article of a two-part interview, Patch talks to Perez about serving on the commission and his thoughts on public education.
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