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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.

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EP: 161 Drug Stash House Causes Snellville To Pass New Regualtion For Short Term Rentals Like AirBNB

www.GoodMorningGwinnett.com The city had received reports of “illicit activity” at short-term rental properties that caused them concern, spurring the new regulation. In June, the Gwinnett Metro Task Force arrested a man accused of using a Snellville Airbnb as a drug stash house. The man was banned from the platform after the company became aware of the arrest. SOURCE: www.AJC.com #Podcast, Gwinnett County Podcast, #DailyHorscope

65 MIN14 hours ago
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EP: 161 Drug Stash House Causes Snellville To Pass New Regualtion For Short Term Rentals Like AirBNB

EP: 160 Self-Driving Car Makes Its' Debut In Peachtree Corners

www.GoodMorningGwinnett.com The opening of Peachtree Corners' 5G-enabled Curiosity Lab and autonomous vehicle test track will help put Georgia on the map as a technology hub, Lt. Gov. Geoff Duncan said. Duncan was one of the dignitaries who attended the ribbon cutting for the lab and test track, which was held Wednesday morning in connection with the opening of the Smart City Expo, which is being held in Atlanta. Peachtree Corners and its partners, including Spring and Georgia Power, developed Curiosity Lab as a place to test smart city innovations, particularly those that deal with transportation. The opening of the lab and the test track were greeted with excitement by government and business leaders, but the lieutenant governor pointed to them as examples of what the state is capable of in terms of technology innovation. SOURCE: www.GwinnettDailyPost.com Gwinnett County Podcast, #DailyHoroscopes

36 MIN5 days ago
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EP: 160 Self-Driving Car Makes Its' Debut In Peachtree Corners

EP: 159 Travel Back The 1920s To Support The Arts Council

www.GoodMorningGwinnett.com Peachtree Corners is throwing a birthday bash to celebrate Paul Duke, considered the city’s founding father, from 6 to 9 p.m. Sept. 28 at the Peachtree Corners Town Green, 5140 Town Center Blvd. Admission is free, but guests can help the city’s Arts Council raise money for a public art installation by participating in blackjack, roulette tables and a silent auction. Everyone attending ‘Duke’s Speakeasy Bash’ can join the fun by wearing roaring ‘20s attire, listening to live music by Blair Crimmins and the Hookers, viewing silent movies on the big screen, playing Paul Duke Jeopardy, or competing in a costume contest or dance off. SOURCE: www.ACJ.com Gwinnett County Podcast, #DailyHoroscope

38 MIN6 days ago
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EP: 159 Travel Back The 1920s To Support The Arts Council

EP: 158 The Accidental Football Punter Becomes One Of The Best In The Country

www.GoodMorningGwinnett.com In seventh grade, Albert Jang knew his dream school was West Point. In eighth grade, he accidentally got on a bus that gave him a route to the Army’s prestigious academy. “My teacher said if we were taking weight training, go onto the platform,” Jang said. “He forgot to say, ‘Only for football players.’ So I got on a bus not knowing where I was going. Then they took us on the field. My friend had a pair of cleats and I didn’t want to back out now. “They said, ‘Go to your positions.’ I played soccer so I thought, ‘I guess I can kick the ball.’ It worked out. It’s a blessing for sure.” Jang, now a senior at Peachtree Ridge, is rated among the top punters in the country. He was the first to commit to Army’s 2020 class in March. SOURECE: www.GwinnettDailyPost.com #Gwinnett County Podcast, #DailyHoroscopes

64 MIN1 weeks ago
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EP: 158 The Accidental Football Punter Becomes One Of The Best In The Country

EP 157 Free For All Fair On Thursday At Gwinnett County Fair

www.GoodMorningGwinnett.com The county fair is less than one week away, and interested attendees can save money by registering for tickets online and coming to the county fairgrounds for free admission on Thursday. The Gwinnett County Fair’s website is offering tickets at a discounted price. An unlimited ride stamp is $17, and single-day entry tickets range from $3 for children and seniors to $8 for adults. Prices will increase to $10 for adults and $5 for children and seniors. Children under 5 years old get in free with a parent. Guests over 12 years old are classified as adults. The fair opens Thursday and operates from 5 to 11 p.m. weekdays, 11 a.m. to midnight Saturday and 1 to 10 p.m. Sunday. SOURCE: www.GwinnettDailyPost.com #GwinnettCountyPodcast, #DailyHoroscopes

41 MIN1 weeks ago
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EP 157 Free For All Fair On Thursday At Gwinnett County Fair

EP: 156 Formere High School Football Star Who Was Paralyzed During A Game Shares His Story

www.GoodMorningGwinnett.com Arquevious “Que” Crane was on a hot streak. “The ball was constantly going toward me,” the former South Gwinnett High School wide receiver said. It was possibly going to be a career game for the troubled teenager, whose primary outlet was football. He might have been on fire, but the Comets were down in the fourth quarter and Crane wanted to score. That’s why Crane didn’t fall down easily when he caught a pass near the sideline about 15 feet from his coach, David Anderson. That and a mix of bad luck were why the game on Sept. 20, 2007, was Crane’s last. The game never actually finished. After catching a ball and stretching for a first down, Crane was hit and knocked out. He described a tingling sensation all over his body as he went in and out of consciousness. Crane had been paralyzed on the play, and his football career was over. That tragic night changed Crane’s life — a story he shares during his many speaking engagements. With the speeches, it seems Crane has found his calling. On Thursday, he spoke to several groups of Dacula Middle School language arts classes in the media center about adversity and resiliency. His message goes hand-in-hand with the themes of materials that Dacula eighth-graders are learning in class. SOURCE: www.GwinnettDailyPost.com #GwinnettCountyPodcast, #DailyHoroscopes

69 MIN1 weeks ago
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EP: 156 Formere High School Football Star Who Was Paralyzed During A Game Shares His Story

EP: 155 A Transit Committee Has Been Approved To Help With The Gwinnett County Transit Plan

www.GoodMorningGwinnett.com The Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners unanimously approved the new Transit Review Committee in a Tuesday meeting. The committee will review what Gwinnett’s existing transit system needs and the options for addressing those needs. SOURCE: www.AJC.com #GwinnettCountyPodast, #Podcast, #DailyHoroscopes

65 MIN1 weeks ago
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EP: 155 A Transit Committee Has Been Approved To Help With The Gwinnett County Transit Plan

EP: 154 Community Foundation Stretches Its' Support Across Georgia

www.GoodMorningGwinnett.com Those organizations reach across a number of areas, whether it be education, community service, the arts, health care or human services. The foundation writes plenty of checks each year to benefit the community, according to Redner, who is the foundation’s executive director, but the work goes beyond that. The community foundation also wants to raise public awareness of the needs of the community organization — awareness that could lead to members of the community donating money or volunteering their own time and resources to help those groups as well. SOURCE: www.GwinnettDailyPost.com #GwinnettCountyPodcast, #DailyHoroscopes

53 MIN2 weeks ago
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EP: 154 Community Foundation Stretches Its' Support Across Georgia

EP: 153 Gwinnett County Animal Welfare Receives $50,000 Grant

www.GoodMorningGwinnett.com Gwinnett County Animal Welfare and Enforcement recently received a $50,000 grant from Best Friends Animal Society to help the agency start a community outreach program. The program will allow Animal Welfare and their partners to provide additional resources from free supplies to veterinary care. “Gwinnett County Animal Welfare is thrilled about receiving the grant funding from Best Friends Animal Society,” said Alan Davis, manager of Gwinnett County Animal Welfare and Enforcement. “This last year has been a notoriously difficult one for our shelter due to the increase in intake. We believe this increase is attributed to the population growth of Gwinnett County; with more people comes more pets.” SOURCE: AJC.COM #GWINNETTCOUNTYPODCAST, #DAILYHOROSCOPES

48 MIN2 weeks ago
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EP: 153 Gwinnett County Animal Welfare Receives $50,000 Grant

EP: 152 Kirkland Carden Duluth City Councilman Rebukes Sheriff Butch Conway

www.GoodMorningGwinnett.com “I was shocked that our sheriff, who was elected to represent and serve all of Gwinnett, would invite D.A. King as a spokesperson to represent his department on such a controversial, significant (and) impassioned issue,” Carden said. “D.A. King should be able to enjoy the same First Amendment protections as we all are, as any other American. However, hateful xenophobic rhetoric has no place in our county and should never be elevated to a public platform by the sheriff.” Carden’s call for a public condemnation of Conway comes less than a week after King — who is from Cobb County — filed an ethics complaint against Fosque. The complaint was in response to a public rebuke against King that Fosque made at the Aug. 6 Board of Commissioners meeting. Fosque was the organizer of the 287(g) forum in late July where King was invited by Conway to sit on the discussion panel. Source: www.gwinnettdailypost.com #podcast, #dailyhoroscopes

58 MIN2 weeks ago
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EP: 152 Kirkland Carden Duluth City Councilman Rebukes Sheriff Butch Conway

Latest Episodes

EP: 161 Drug Stash House Causes Snellville To Pass New Regualtion For Short Term Rentals Like AirBNB

www.GoodMorningGwinnett.com The city had received reports of “illicit activity” at short-term rental properties that caused them concern, spurring the new regulation. In June, the Gwinnett Metro Task Force arrested a man accused of using a Snellville Airbnb as a drug stash house. The man was banned from the platform after the company became aware of the arrest. SOURCE: www.AJC.com #Podcast, Gwinnett County Podcast, #DailyHorscope

65 MIN14 hours ago
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EP: 161 Drug Stash House Causes Snellville To Pass New Regualtion For Short Term Rentals Like AirBNB

EP: 160 Self-Driving Car Makes Its' Debut In Peachtree Corners

www.GoodMorningGwinnett.com The opening of Peachtree Corners' 5G-enabled Curiosity Lab and autonomous vehicle test track will help put Georgia on the map as a technology hub, Lt. Gov. Geoff Duncan said. Duncan was one of the dignitaries who attended the ribbon cutting for the lab and test track, which was held Wednesday morning in connection with the opening of the Smart City Expo, which is being held in Atlanta. Peachtree Corners and its partners, including Spring and Georgia Power, developed Curiosity Lab as a place to test smart city innovations, particularly those that deal with transportation. The opening of the lab and the test track were greeted with excitement by government and business leaders, but the lieutenant governor pointed to them as examples of what the state is capable of in terms of technology innovation. SOURCE: www.GwinnettDailyPost.com Gwinnett County Podcast, #DailyHoroscopes

36 MIN5 days ago
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EP: 160 Self-Driving Car Makes Its' Debut In Peachtree Corners

EP: 159 Travel Back The 1920s To Support The Arts Council

www.GoodMorningGwinnett.com Peachtree Corners is throwing a birthday bash to celebrate Paul Duke, considered the city’s founding father, from 6 to 9 p.m. Sept. 28 at the Peachtree Corners Town Green, 5140 Town Center Blvd. Admission is free, but guests can help the city’s Arts Council raise money for a public art installation by participating in blackjack, roulette tables and a silent auction. Everyone attending ‘Duke’s Speakeasy Bash’ can join the fun by wearing roaring ‘20s attire, listening to live music by Blair Crimmins and the Hookers, viewing silent movies on the big screen, playing Paul Duke Jeopardy, or competing in a costume contest or dance off. SOURCE: www.ACJ.com Gwinnett County Podcast, #DailyHoroscope

38 MIN6 days ago
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EP: 159 Travel Back The 1920s To Support The Arts Council

EP: 158 The Accidental Football Punter Becomes One Of The Best In The Country

www.GoodMorningGwinnett.com In seventh grade, Albert Jang knew his dream school was West Point. In eighth grade, he accidentally got on a bus that gave him a route to the Army’s prestigious academy. “My teacher said if we were taking weight training, go onto the platform,” Jang said. “He forgot to say, ‘Only for football players.’ So I got on a bus not knowing where I was going. Then they took us on the field. My friend had a pair of cleats and I didn’t want to back out now. “They said, ‘Go to your positions.’ I played soccer so I thought, ‘I guess I can kick the ball.’ It worked out. It’s a blessing for sure.” Jang, now a senior at Peachtree Ridge, is rated among the top punters in the country. He was the first to commit to Army’s 2020 class in March. SOURECE: www.GwinnettDailyPost.com #Gwinnett County Podcast, #DailyHoroscopes

64 MIN1 weeks ago
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EP: 158 The Accidental Football Punter Becomes One Of The Best In The Country

EP 157 Free For All Fair On Thursday At Gwinnett County Fair

www.GoodMorningGwinnett.com The county fair is less than one week away, and interested attendees can save money by registering for tickets online and coming to the county fairgrounds for free admission on Thursday. The Gwinnett County Fair’s website is offering tickets at a discounted price. An unlimited ride stamp is $17, and single-day entry tickets range from $3 for children and seniors to $8 for adults. Prices will increase to $10 for adults and $5 for children and seniors. Children under 5 years old get in free with a parent. Guests over 12 years old are classified as adults. The fair opens Thursday and operates from 5 to 11 p.m. weekdays, 11 a.m. to midnight Saturday and 1 to 10 p.m. Sunday. SOURCE: www.GwinnettDailyPost.com #GwinnettCountyPodcast, #DailyHoroscopes

41 MIN1 weeks ago
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EP 157 Free For All Fair On Thursday At Gwinnett County Fair

EP: 156 Formere High School Football Star Who Was Paralyzed During A Game Shares His Story

www.GoodMorningGwinnett.com Arquevious “Que” Crane was on a hot streak. “The ball was constantly going toward me,” the former South Gwinnett High School wide receiver said. It was possibly going to be a career game for the troubled teenager, whose primary outlet was football. He might have been on fire, but the Comets were down in the fourth quarter and Crane wanted to score. That’s why Crane didn’t fall down easily when he caught a pass near the sideline about 15 feet from his coach, David Anderson. That and a mix of bad luck were why the game on Sept. 20, 2007, was Crane’s last. The game never actually finished. After catching a ball and stretching for a first down, Crane was hit and knocked out. He described a tingling sensation all over his body as he went in and out of consciousness. Crane had been paralyzed on the play, and his football career was over. That tragic night changed Crane’s life — a story he shares during his many speaking engagements. With the speeches, it seems Crane has found his calling. On Thursday, he spoke to several groups of Dacula Middle School language arts classes in the media center about adversity and resiliency. His message goes hand-in-hand with the themes of materials that Dacula eighth-graders are learning in class. SOURCE: www.GwinnettDailyPost.com #GwinnettCountyPodcast, #DailyHoroscopes

69 MIN1 weeks ago
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EP: 156 Formere High School Football Star Who Was Paralyzed During A Game Shares His Story

EP: 155 A Transit Committee Has Been Approved To Help With The Gwinnett County Transit Plan

www.GoodMorningGwinnett.com The Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners unanimously approved the new Transit Review Committee in a Tuesday meeting. The committee will review what Gwinnett’s existing transit system needs and the options for addressing those needs. SOURCE: www.AJC.com #GwinnettCountyPodast, #Podcast, #DailyHoroscopes

65 MIN1 weeks ago
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EP: 155 A Transit Committee Has Been Approved To Help With The Gwinnett County Transit Plan

EP: 154 Community Foundation Stretches Its' Support Across Georgia

www.GoodMorningGwinnett.com Those organizations reach across a number of areas, whether it be education, community service, the arts, health care or human services. The foundation writes plenty of checks each year to benefit the community, according to Redner, who is the foundation’s executive director, but the work goes beyond that. The community foundation also wants to raise public awareness of the needs of the community organization — awareness that could lead to members of the community donating money or volunteering their own time and resources to help those groups as well. SOURCE: www.GwinnettDailyPost.com #GwinnettCountyPodcast, #DailyHoroscopes

53 MIN2 weeks ago
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EP: 154 Community Foundation Stretches Its' Support Across Georgia

EP: 153 Gwinnett County Animal Welfare Receives $50,000 Grant

www.GoodMorningGwinnett.com Gwinnett County Animal Welfare and Enforcement recently received a $50,000 grant from Best Friends Animal Society to help the agency start a community outreach program. The program will allow Animal Welfare and their partners to provide additional resources from free supplies to veterinary care. “Gwinnett County Animal Welfare is thrilled about receiving the grant funding from Best Friends Animal Society,” said Alan Davis, manager of Gwinnett County Animal Welfare and Enforcement. “This last year has been a notoriously difficult one for our shelter due to the increase in intake. We believe this increase is attributed to the population growth of Gwinnett County; with more people comes more pets.” SOURCE: AJC.COM #GWINNETTCOUNTYPODCAST, #DAILYHOROSCOPES

48 MIN2 weeks ago
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EP: 153 Gwinnett County Animal Welfare Receives $50,000 Grant

EP: 152 Kirkland Carden Duluth City Councilman Rebukes Sheriff Butch Conway

www.GoodMorningGwinnett.com “I was shocked that our sheriff, who was elected to represent and serve all of Gwinnett, would invite D.A. King as a spokesperson to represent his department on such a controversial, significant (and) impassioned issue,” Carden said. “D.A. King should be able to enjoy the same First Amendment protections as we all are, as any other American. However, hateful xenophobic rhetoric has no place in our county and should never be elevated to a public platform by the sheriff.” Carden’s call for a public condemnation of Conway comes less than a week after King — who is from Cobb County — filed an ethics complaint against Fosque. The complaint was in response to a public rebuke against King that Fosque made at the Aug. 6 Board of Commissioners meeting. Fosque was the organizer of the 287(g) forum in late July where King was invited by Conway to sit on the discussion panel. Source: www.gwinnettdailypost.com #podcast, #dailyhoroscopes

58 MIN2 weeks ago
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EP: 152 Kirkland Carden Duluth City Councilman Rebukes Sheriff Butch Conway

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