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30 Retail Job Openings In Gwinnett Area

GWINNETT COUNTY, GA — Businesses across the region are looking for new employees and Patch has partnered with ZipRecruiter to provide you with our searchable jobs board. Here are some recent job postings in Loganville. See hundreds of openings at our Patch jobs board. The Retail Merchandiser is a part-time position that performs service work in the Hallmark department of various retail stores such as grocery stores, drug stores, department stores and mass … You will be responsible for selling products, merchandise, and services in a retail setting in order to drive company revenue. Responsibilities: * Welcome and identify customer needs * Explain … Retail Sales Type of Job: Full-Time and Part-Time Days of the Week: Standard Retail Schedule (evenings/weekends) Help us help our customers realize their dreams of a beautiful home! Join The #1 … Great environment without the retail hours! We are the best at getting better and…

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2 Ex-Gwinnett Cops Indicted In Driver Brutality Case

GWINNETT COUNTY, GA — Two ex-Gwinnett County police officers were indicted Wednesday, after being arrested last April for punching and kicking a handcuffed driver. Former Gwinnett police officers Michael Bongiovanni and Robert McDonald are now facing charges including violation of oath of office, battery and aggravated assault, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. An indictment is a formal, written statement framed by a prosecuting authority and found by a jury, such as a grand jury, charging a person with an offense. In April 2017, Patch reported Gwinnett County Solicitor-General Rosanna Szabo announced that 63 cases in Gwinnett County Recorder’s Court and 26 cases in Gwinnett County State Court have been dismissed. In each of those cases, either Master Police Officer Robert McDonald or Sgt. Michael Bongiovanni was the principal officer or a necessary witness. Both officers were fired after videos surfaced showing them striking and kicking Demetrius Hollins during a traffic…

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Why Gwinnett County Multifamily May Have More Future Upset

The Reserve at Gwinnett, a 370-unit apartment property located in Norcross, GA, has traded hands. ATLANTA— The Reserve at Gwinnett, a 370-unit apartment property located in Norcross, GA, has traded hands. The sale price: $51 million. To continue reading, become a free ALM digital reader. Benefits include: Unlimited access to GlobeSt.com and other free ALM publications Access to 15 years of GlobeSt.com archives Your choice of GlobeSt.com digital newsletters and over 70 others from popular sister publications 5 free articles across the ALM subscription network every 30 days Exclusive discounts on ALM events and publications *May exclude premium content Source Article

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Killing Grandparents: Gwinnett Teens Plead Guilty

GWINNETT COUNTY, GA – Two Gwinnett teens pled guilty Friday to beating their grandparents with a tire iron, stabbing and killing Wendy and Randall Bjorge in April of this year, according to The Atlanta Journal Constitution. Cassandra Bjorge, 17, and Johnny Rider, 19 pled guilty to the murders. Bjorge is the granddaughter of Wendy and Randall Bjorge. According to the newspaper, Bjorge was living in the grandparents’ Lawrenceville home when she and Rider, her boyfriend, stabbed them and slit their throats. The grandparents were dead for about a week, according to police. During that time, Bjorge and Rider invited friends over for parties, not telling them about Bjorge’s grandparents dead upstairs, the newspaper reported. Judge Debra Turner said the case was one of the worst she had presided over in her career, The Atlanta Journal Constitution reported. For more details on this story, read The Atlanta Journal Constitution article. Subscribe…

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About 1,250 Gwinnett Seniors Given Needed Supplies For Holidays

LAWRENCEVILLE, GA – Gwinnett County Health and Human Services continued its annual gift bag program that helps local seniors in need during the holidays by working with partners to donate home and personal care items. Of the estimated 1,250 seniors served, 900 received services from Health and Human Services, 300 received services from the six local cooperative ministries, 70 received services from the Lawrenceville Housing Authority, and 50 reside in extended-stay hotels. The donations included new blankets, towels, socks, gloves, detergent, soap, shampoo and conditioner, lotion, toothpaste, toilet paper, paper towels, non-perishable food and more. Health and Human Services created the program more than 15 years ago when it recognized an increase in senior needs during the holidays. “Our seniors really appreciate how the community comes together to show that they care about them during this time of year,” said Centers Manager Vivian Gaither. Friends of Gwinnett Seniors, a nonprofit…