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Robot Battles Returns to MomoCon this Week

May 21, 2018

Guess what, Animaniacs! Robot Battles is back at MomoCon 2018! Robot Battles promises an exciting weekend of mechanical mayhem. It will feature four different weight classes

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Experience Fun and the Joy of Giving at MomoCon 2018 with Richard Epcar...

May 20, 2018

If you haven’t made plans to attend MomoCon, you probably should. This year, MomoCon is having its first official charity partnership in support of the Boys and Girls Club

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Students from Simpson Elementary and Pinckneyville Middle Witness Governor Deal Sign Bill 832...

May 13, 2018

On Monday, May 7th, students from Simpson Elementary and Pinckneyville Middle Schools were invited to the Office of the Governor to attend the signing of House Bill 832. In

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Interview: Tracey Mason, Candidate for Gwinnett Superior Court Judge

May 11, 2018

Gwinnett County Superior Court Judge candidate – Tracey Mason joined me for a conversation about what drives her, what she’s passionate about and why you should

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Learn All About MomoCon 2018 with Renee Cooper

May 11, 2018

My interview with Renee Cooper from Momocon. We talked about anime, manga, music, cosplay, gaming, family events and workshops, and everything in between. This is a con that

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Mayor Mason: Why the City is Investing in Autonomous Vehicle Technology

May 11, 2018

Those of us who have lived in Peachtree Corners for a number of years know that Technology Park has long been synonymous with cutting-edge technology.  Four decades ago Tech

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Explore Gwinnett’s Lisa Anders talks about the movie industry and tourism in Gwinnett...

May 3, 2018

Our noontime show on May 3 was hosted at Prototype Prime with Explore Gwinnett’s Lisa Anders talking about the movie and TV industry, international tourism, new things

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Prime Lunchtime with Brian Johnson: autonomous vehicles, possible city hall purchase and more...

April 29, 2018

In this month’s interview with City Manager Brian Johnson, we discussed the 1.4 mile autonomous test track at Technology Park, the possible purchase (with a grant) of

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Three Show Guests this week, Explore Gwinnett’s Lisa Anders, Candidate Wesley Person and...

April 29, 2018

With so much going one I decided to have three guest interviews this week that covers tourism, politics, and MomoCon: Lisa Anders,  Explore Gwinnett Executive

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Multistate Outbreak of E. coli O157:H7 Infections Linked to Romaine Lettuce

April 26, 2018

The CDC recently put out a warning on Romain Lettuce. Please read below, go to their site for fuller details. I did check Fresh Express which is sold through Ingles and the

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City moves to create a 1.4 mile autonomous vehicle test track at Technology...

April 26, 2018

City officials unveiled project plans to begin construction of an autonomous vehicle test track on Technology Parkway at a press conference on Wednesday. Mayor Mike Mason and

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City Council Moves to Apply for $1.8M EDA Grant

April 25, 2018

The City Council approved for consideration an application to an Economic Development Administration Grant Program during the city council meeting Tuesday night, April 24.

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Autonomous Vehicles, 900 Unit Retirement Community and Entertainment District on Agenda for Next...

April 22, 2018

The next city council meeting on Tuesday, April 24 has a full agenda. Presentations and reports will include an Arbor Day proclamation and a presentation on the Autonomous

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State Growth, Taxes, Adoption issues with Matt Reeves

April 19, 2018

Candidate for State Senate District 48, Matt Reeves speaks with me about issues close and dear to him and about his ties to Peachtree Corners, Duluth, sports, and

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The ED Hour: School Safety – What does it take to keep our...

April 19, 2018

A talk about Gwinnett County’s school safety plans. Joining us was Major Kirk Williamson, of Gwinnett County Sheriff’s Department and Lt. Tony Lockard, of Gwinnett

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