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First, today’s weather forecast:
A few clouds, then sunshine. High: 74 Low: 47.
Here are the top three stories in Duluth today:
- Gwinnett County Public Schools Expected to See Highest Enrollment Ever in August this year, with nearly 183,000 students. This comes after a halt in the increase in student numbers during the pandemic. Gwinnett County Public Schools Chief Financial Officer Joe Heffron predicts the student population will grow by 3,284 students, bringing the district’s total enrollment to 182,865. (Atlanta Newspaper Constitution)
- Gwinnett County Clerk Opened Passport Officeso Gwinnett County residents can now apply for a passport in town. Court Clerk Tiana Garner’s office is located in the Gwinnett Justice and Administration Center in Lawrenceville, approximately 25 minutes from Duluth. Passport services are available at Windows 1 and 2 in the lobby, and passport photos are available for a fee. (Atlanta Journal Constitution)
- Bob Malone, “The Keyboard Wizard,” arrives in Duluth in April. Malone, who has been in the music business for over 25 years, will perform at The Red Clay Music Foundry on Sunday, April 3. (Patch)
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- The Gwinnett County Sheriff’s Office provided footage from its Q1 2022 awards ceremony, organized on Monday afternoon. The department recognized deputies who have recently moved into new leadership positions within the sheriff’s office. (Facebook)
- Join the Gwinnett County Public Library for a new episode of Spill Lit, which comes out every two weeks and is available on Spotify, Apple Podcasts and all other podcast apps. (Instagram)
- Don’t Miss the Community Foundation for Northeast Georgia’s Upcoming Gift Planned Giving Workshop with Columns Fundraising! Register now at cfneg.org. (Facebook)
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You are now aware and ready to go out this Thursday! See you tomorrow for your next update.
— Nicole Tess Kazora
About me: Nicole is a freelance writer who graduated from the University of Maryland with a Bachelor of Arts in Economics. Deep down, she enjoys painting portraits in acrylics, listening to political and social commentary, and examining social science research.