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Good Morning Gwinnett Podcast

Audrey Bell-Kearney

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Good Morning Gwinnett Podcast
Good Morning Gwinnett Podcast

Good Morning Gwinnett Podcast

Audrey Bell-Kearney

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Good Morning Gwinnett is a 4 day a week podcast all about people and places around Gwinnett County Georgia. The show is hosted by Audrey Bell-Kearney. On the show Audrey talks about news and current events happening around Gwinnett County. Occasionally she will interview movers & shakers as well as community and government leaders from Gwinnett County. She also uses her platform to provide much needed publicity for the small business owner by showing them the power of podcasts.

Latest Episodes

EP: 183 Gone, But Not Forgotten, Remembering Officer Antwan Toney 1 Year Later

www.GoodMorningGwinnett.com Gwinnett County police Officer Antwan Toney was slain on Oct. 20, 2018 — one year ago Sunday.Toney, just 30 years old and three years into the law enforcement career he’d envisioned since he was a child, was a man held up as a guiding light and an inspiration to those who knew him. His life ended at the hands of a teenager he never met. SOURCE: www.AJC.com#Podcast, Georgia, #DailyHoroscopes, #GwinnettNews

54 MIN12 h ago
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EP: 183 Gone, But Not Forgotten, Remembering Officer Antwan Toney 1 Year Later

EP: 182 People Living In Extended Stay Hotels Deserve To Be Safe Too

www.GoodMorningGwinnett.com “There are people who live there who have children,” said Travis Gatson, chief investigator for the solicitor’s office. “They have to have a safe place just like any other neighborhood.”Solicitor General Brian Whiteside sent letters this week to the corporate offices of five hotels, asking for a meeting within a month to work on solutions to “multiple criminal issues” at the hotels.The five hotels have been the source of 300 misdemeanor cases between September 2018 and September 2019, with one hotel accounting for 99 — nearly a third of those cases.The solicitor general’s office has requested meetings with corporate leaders from Wyndham Hotels and Resorts, Red Roof Inn and Extended Stay America regarding the following hotels:SOURCE: www.GwinnettDailyPost.com#Podcast, #Horoscopes,

56 MIN4 d ago
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EP: 182 People Living In Extended Stay Hotels Deserve To Be Safe Too

EP: 181 Northside Hospital Maybe Expanding Near The Mall Of Georgia

www.GoodMorningGwinnett.com Northside Hospital wants to build two 100,000-square-foot buildings near the Mall of Georgia, according to documents filed with Gwinnett County.The hospital, which recently merged with Gwinnett Medical Center, cites the surrounding community’s need for convenient medical services as a reason to build in its application filed with Gwinnett’s zoning office. Northside also points to its merger with Gwinnett Medical Center as a reason the new buildings are needed.SOURCE: www.AJC.com#Podcasting, #DailyHoroscopes

51 MIN5 d ago
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EP: 181 Northside Hospital Maybe Expanding Near The Mall Of Georgia

EP: 180 Gwinnett Tech Add Two New Members To The Leadership Tem

www.GoodMorningGwinnett.com Gwinnett Tech announced it has promoted Stephanie Rooks to vice president of adult education, and hired Ebony Starks as executive director of the Gwinnett Tech Foundation.“I welcome Stephanie and Ebony in their new roles, our adult education programs and Foundation play vital roles in our mission to support our community in Gwinnett and North Fulton counties,” Gwinnett Tech President D. Glen Cannon said.Rooks was previously Dean of Adult Education for the college. In her new position, she will oversee all Adult Education and ESL services for Gwinnett Tech. She is also responsible for implementing adult education programs for 17 preparation locations in Gwinnett and North Fulton counties.Rooks has 18 years of professional experience in higher education. She received a bachelor of liberal arts and sciences from Oglethorpe University and a master of science in organizational leadership from Brenau University. She serves as Gwinnett Tech’s representative f...

51 MIN6 d ago
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EP: 180 Gwinnett Tech Add Two New Members To The Leadership Tem

EP: 179 Should Georgia Make Marijuana Legal? Inquiring Minds Wants To Know

www.GoodMorningGwinnett.com While many would say there’s no chance of that happening any time soon, new laws signal attitudes are changing in metro Atlanta and around the state. What’s less clear is how quickly more widespread changes could come.Since 2016, 12 cities or counties in Georgia have passed local laws reducing the penalty for possession of an ounce or less of marijuana. Almost 1.2 million Georgians, about 11% of the state population, now live in a place where, in most cases, they won’t be jailed if found with less than an ounce of pot.SOURCE: www.ajc.com

61 MIN1 w ago
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EP: 179 Should Georgia Make Marijuana Legal? Inquiring Minds Wants To Know

EP: 178 Beyond Gwinnett: Interview With Actor Levenix Riddle In The Movie Animator

www.GoodMorningGwinnett.com Today is Friday and I'm interviewing Levenix Riddle on my beyond Gwinnett special show. Levenix is the leading actor in the movie Animator which can be found streaming on Tubi TV.

51 MIN1 w ago
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EP: 178 Beyond Gwinnett: Interview With Actor Levenix Riddle In The Movie Animator

EP:177 Only 2 People Of Color Are On The New Transit Committee Now Eyebrows Are Being Raised

www.GoodMorningGwinnett.com Gwinnett’s new transit review committee — a group with the weighty task of helping shape the future of public transportation in the county — held its first meeting Tuesday night.And the group’s composition has already raised at least a few eyebrows.With appointments made by the county commission and a number of different community groups, a variety of perspectives will be represented on the 13-person committee. But only two current members are people of color.SOURCE: ww.AJC.com#PodCast, #DailyHoroscopes

23 MIN1 w ago
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EP:177 Only 2 People Of Color Are On The New Transit Committee Now Eyebrows Are Being Raised

EP: 176 North Gwinnett Co-Op Gets A New Home

www.GoodMorningGwinnett.com Since the co-op was founded, it has grown quite a bit, moving through a few homes before landing on at a space 4395 Commercial Drive in Buford. It celebrated new growth Tuesday with the ribbon cutting for a major expansion of that space, taking it from about 6,100 square feet to about 14,200 square feet.The event drew a large amount of excitement from co-op officials about what they will be able to do with the additional space.“This expansion means we’re going to be able to meet more needs in the community, serve more people and be a better community partner in serving those in need,” North Gwinnett Co-Op Executive Director Kim Phillips said.The expansion was built on a spot that had previously been a grassy space next to the co-op’s existing space, which will continue to house its thrift store.SOURCE: www.GwinnettDailyPost.com#PodCast, #DailyHoroscope

48 MIN1 w ago
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EP: 176 North Gwinnett Co-Op Gets A New Home

EP:175 Gwinnett County Public Schools Receive Federal Grant Career & Technical Education

www.GoodMorningGwinnett.com The U.S. Department of Education announced Gwinnett County Public Schools is one of nine school districts in the country to be awarded grant money to fund career and technical education programs.U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos announced the grantees of the Innovation & Modernization Grant, a Perkins V program that funds career and technical education, on Thursday.“We know that access to high-quality Career and Technical Education options can open up new pathways to success for students,” said U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos. “It’s gratifying to see each of these grantees rethinking education and modernizing workforce training in their communities to ensure students have the skills they need for in-demand, high-paying jobs.”SOURCE: www.GwinnettDailyPost.com#Podcast, #DailyHoroscopes

58 MIN1 w ago
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EP:175 Gwinnett County Public Schools Receive Federal Grant Career & Technical Education

EP: 174 1 Million Meals For The Hungry

www.GoodMorningGwinnett.com Somewhere in Atlanta, people in need are going to get a meal prepared by legends U.S. Rep. John Lewis and NBA star Vince Carter.The civil rights icon and 22-season ballplayer were among the more than 5,000 volunteers who filled State Farm Arena on Saturday to prepare a million meals that will be distributed to locals through seven organizations.SOURCE: www.AJC.com#Podcast, #DailyHoroscope

52 MIN2 w ago
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EP: 174 1 Million Meals For The Hungry

Latest Episodes

EP: 183 Gone, But Not Forgotten, Remembering Officer Antwan Toney 1 Year Later

www.GoodMorningGwinnett.com Gwinnett County police Officer Antwan Toney was slain on Oct. 20, 2018 — one year ago Sunday.Toney, just 30 years old and three years into the law enforcement career he’d envisioned since he was a child, was a man held up as a guiding light and an inspiration to those who knew him. His life ended at the hands of a teenager he never met. SOURCE: www.AJC.com#Podcast, Georgia, #DailyHoroscopes, #GwinnettNews

54 MIN12 h ago
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EP: 183 Gone, But Not Forgotten, Remembering Officer Antwan Toney 1 Year Later

EP: 182 People Living In Extended Stay Hotels Deserve To Be Safe Too

www.GoodMorningGwinnett.com “There are people who live there who have children,” said Travis Gatson, chief investigator for the solicitor’s office. “They have to have a safe place just like any other neighborhood.”Solicitor General Brian Whiteside sent letters this week to the corporate offices of five hotels, asking for a meeting within a month to work on solutions to “multiple criminal issues” at the hotels.The five hotels have been the source of 300 misdemeanor cases between September 2018 and September 2019, with one hotel accounting for 99 — nearly a third of those cases.The solicitor general’s office has requested meetings with corporate leaders from Wyndham Hotels and Resorts, Red Roof Inn and Extended Stay America regarding the following hotels:SOURCE: www.GwinnettDailyPost.com#Podcast, #Horoscopes,

56 MIN4 d ago
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EP: 182 People Living In Extended Stay Hotels Deserve To Be Safe Too

EP: 181 Northside Hospital Maybe Expanding Near The Mall Of Georgia

www.GoodMorningGwinnett.com Northside Hospital wants to build two 100,000-square-foot buildings near the Mall of Georgia, according to documents filed with Gwinnett County.The hospital, which recently merged with Gwinnett Medical Center, cites the surrounding community’s need for convenient medical services as a reason to build in its application filed with Gwinnett’s zoning office. Northside also points to its merger with Gwinnett Medical Center as a reason the new buildings are needed.SOURCE: www.AJC.com#Podcasting, #DailyHoroscopes

51 MIN5 d ago
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EP: 181 Northside Hospital Maybe Expanding Near The Mall Of Georgia

EP: 180 Gwinnett Tech Add Two New Members To The Leadership Tem

www.GoodMorningGwinnett.com Gwinnett Tech announced it has promoted Stephanie Rooks to vice president of adult education, and hired Ebony Starks as executive director of the Gwinnett Tech Foundation.“I welcome Stephanie and Ebony in their new roles, our adult education programs and Foundation play vital roles in our mission to support our community in Gwinnett and North Fulton counties,” Gwinnett Tech President D. Glen Cannon said.Rooks was previously Dean of Adult Education for the college. In her new position, she will oversee all Adult Education and ESL services for Gwinnett Tech. She is also responsible for implementing adult education programs for 17 preparation locations in Gwinnett and North Fulton counties.Rooks has 18 years of professional experience in higher education. She received a bachelor of liberal arts and sciences from Oglethorpe University and a master of science in organizational leadership from Brenau University. She serves as Gwinnett Tech’s representative f...

51 MIN6 d ago
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EP: 180 Gwinnett Tech Add Two New Members To The Leadership Tem

EP: 179 Should Georgia Make Marijuana Legal? Inquiring Minds Wants To Know

www.GoodMorningGwinnett.com While many would say there’s no chance of that happening any time soon, new laws signal attitudes are changing in metro Atlanta and around the state. What’s less clear is how quickly more widespread changes could come.Since 2016, 12 cities or counties in Georgia have passed local laws reducing the penalty for possession of an ounce or less of marijuana. Almost 1.2 million Georgians, about 11% of the state population, now live in a place where, in most cases, they won’t be jailed if found with less than an ounce of pot.SOURCE: www.ajc.com

61 MIN1 w ago
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EP: 179 Should Georgia Make Marijuana Legal? Inquiring Minds Wants To Know

EP: 178 Beyond Gwinnett: Interview With Actor Levenix Riddle In The Movie Animator

www.GoodMorningGwinnett.com Today is Friday and I'm interviewing Levenix Riddle on my beyond Gwinnett special show. Levenix is the leading actor in the movie Animator which can be found streaming on Tubi TV.

51 MIN1 w ago
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EP: 178 Beyond Gwinnett: Interview With Actor Levenix Riddle In The Movie Animator

EP:177 Only 2 People Of Color Are On The New Transit Committee Now Eyebrows Are Being Raised

www.GoodMorningGwinnett.com Gwinnett’s new transit review committee — a group with the weighty task of helping shape the future of public transportation in the county — held its first meeting Tuesday night.And the group’s composition has already raised at least a few eyebrows.With appointments made by the county commission and a number of different community groups, a variety of perspectives will be represented on the 13-person committee. But only two current members are people of color.SOURCE: ww.AJC.com#PodCast, #DailyHoroscopes

23 MIN1 w ago
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EP:177 Only 2 People Of Color Are On The New Transit Committee Now Eyebrows Are Being Raised

EP: 176 North Gwinnett Co-Op Gets A New Home

www.GoodMorningGwinnett.com Since the co-op was founded, it has grown quite a bit, moving through a few homes before landing on at a space 4395 Commercial Drive in Buford. It celebrated new growth Tuesday with the ribbon cutting for a major expansion of that space, taking it from about 6,100 square feet to about 14,200 square feet.The event drew a large amount of excitement from co-op officials about what they will be able to do with the additional space.“This expansion means we’re going to be able to meet more needs in the community, serve more people and be a better community partner in serving those in need,” North Gwinnett Co-Op Executive Director Kim Phillips said.The expansion was built on a spot that had previously been a grassy space next to the co-op’s existing space, which will continue to house its thrift store.SOURCE: www.GwinnettDailyPost.com#PodCast, #DailyHoroscope

48 MIN1 w ago
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EP: 176 North Gwinnett Co-Op Gets A New Home

EP:175 Gwinnett County Public Schools Receive Federal Grant Career & Technical Education

www.GoodMorningGwinnett.com The U.S. Department of Education announced Gwinnett County Public Schools is one of nine school districts in the country to be awarded grant money to fund career and technical education programs.U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos announced the grantees of the Innovation & Modernization Grant, a Perkins V program that funds career and technical education, on Thursday.“We know that access to high-quality Career and Technical Education options can open up new pathways to success for students,” said U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos. “It’s gratifying to see each of these grantees rethinking education and modernizing workforce training in their communities to ensure students have the skills they need for in-demand, high-paying jobs.”SOURCE: www.GwinnettDailyPost.com#Podcast, #DailyHoroscopes

58 MIN1 w ago
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EP:175 Gwinnett County Public Schools Receive Federal Grant Career & Technical Education

EP: 174 1 Million Meals For The Hungry

www.GoodMorningGwinnett.com Somewhere in Atlanta, people in need are going to get a meal prepared by legends U.S. Rep. John Lewis and NBA star Vince Carter.The civil rights icon and 22-season ballplayer were among the more than 5,000 volunteers who filled State Farm Arena on Saturday to prepare a million meals that will be distributed to locals through seven organizations.SOURCE: www.AJC.com#Podcast, #DailyHoroscope

52 MIN2 w ago
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EP: 174 1 Million Meals For The Hungry