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The threat of flooding may have passed, but concern over contamination of E.coli and other harmful bacteria increases.
What will Peachtree Corners residents need over the next two decades, different types of housing, better transportation, more parks? It's all part of the ongoing Comprehensive Plan.
Building plans for a new restaurant have been submitted to Peachtree Corners City Hall.
Peachtree Corners Business Association members and guests mixed and mingled for an evening filled with fine art at Objet d'Art Gallery and Studios.
Through a series of meetings and online surveys, the city is gathering data and input from residents to help direct policies for the next 20 years.
Business, Restaurant Reviews, Going Green
Peachtree Corners diners now have another eatery to enjoy, for seafood lovers, this one is a real treat.
Bob Cheeley, who sits on the board of directors of Piedmont Bank in Peachtree Corners, had planned to develop the acreage across from The Forum.
Despite a rainy start in 2013, the Greater Gwinnett Championship's final two days were picture perfect for the Champions Tour event.
Students, faculty, parents and school supporters gathered Tuesday afternoon to officially dedicate the newly constructed student courtyard.
TPC Sugarloaf is hosting the inaugural Greater Gwinnett Championship with a field that includes Tom Watson, Ben Crenshaw, Hale Irwin and Curtis Strange.
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