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Our cover story is about a Pinckneyville Middle student, Maya Robinson, who portrays Rapunzel as part of a collection of dolls across the African diaspora—photo courtesy of WDW, photography by CreativeSoul Photography.

Also, in the issue:

  • Inflation, Supply Chain, Employment — The Worst Is Almost Over
  • Places to eat healthy food in Peachtree Corners, Norcross and Duluth
  • Real Estate Stays Hot in Southwest Gwinnett
  • Local Duluth resident film premiere with “The Stream”
  • Special Edition Disney Doll Based on Local Teen’s Likeness
  • T-Mobile, Curiosity Lab Partner to Fuel Young Minds – through a Hackathon
  • A Job of Challenges and Rewards for Gwinnett County Lifeguards
  • Religious Services and Events for Easter, Passover and Ramadan
  • The Duluth Church Cemetery and its history
  • Gwinnett Native Steps into West Precinct Commander Role
  • Gwinnett County City Ranks Wealthiest in State
  • Never Too Early to Learn (Building Babies’ Brains)
SWG Staff
SWG Staff