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The supplier of the bagels informed Publix about the situation. No illnesses or injuries have been reported in regards to this recall.
Now hiring technical writers, designers, analysts, and more.
The $600 mixed-use development in Alpharetta will open on Oct. 30, and the company has lined up four days of fanfare and entertainment.
The company's fourth store in metro Atlanta area will open to shoppers at 7 a.m. Wednesday, Sept. 17.
Customers of the pharmacy chain, which has more than 300 stores in Georgia, can still buy products to help them kick the habit.
The company is expecting to fill between 50 and 100 positions at the store, which will be located in Phase 1 of Avalon in Alpharetta.
The state's banking industry is recovering from the Great Recession, which saw more banks fail in Georgia than any other state in the U.S.
Monte' Bella Boutique, New Verizon locations also welcomed by Johns Creek Chamber of Commerce. More on the way.
A woman gave birth before paramedics could arrive at a Walmart in Roswell.
Check out the new restaurant that opened downtown.
Heading out to lunch or dinner this week. Check out the most recent north Fulton County food inspection scores.
Now hiring front office assistants, team leaders, delivery drivers, staff auditors and more.
The grand opening of Phase I of the $600 million mixed use development in Alpharetta is set for Oct. 30.
Is the increase in Georgia's unemployment numbers a seasonal blip or the continuation of a trend tied to a lack of skilled workers?
Georgia film and TV productions include “The Walking Dead,” “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 & 2,” and more.
The city's rate climbed to 6.6 percent in June.
The city's unemployment rate for April is lower than the metro Atlanta, state and national rates.
Here are the jobs we've found in north Fulton county this week. Send available positions to email@example.com.
The city and the Johns Creek Chamber of Commerce are participating in a nationwide effort to encourage business to invest in websites.
The city's rate still remains lower than the metro Atlanta region's jobless rate.