Applications are being accepted through March 4 for the Small Business Administration’s free Emerging Leaders program.
Keith Parker, MARTA general manager and CEO, keynotes the 78th Annual Meeting & Business Luncheon of the DeKalb Chamber of Commerce on Feb. 18
Eligible Georgia residents can use IRS and Georgia Free File programs to save money and time during this tax season.
Contractors and small-business owners can learn about upcoming and current maintenance projects in DeKalb, Fulton, Cobb, Clayton, Rockdale and Douglas counties at GDOT’s 2015 Transportation Funding Act and Disadvantaged Business Enterprise outreach session on Feb. 3.
The Internal Revenue Service and Free File Alliance have launched Free File with many changes and updates for 2016, including more free state tax return options and easier Form W-2 imports.
Admiration Lodge No. 25’s second annual Job Fair drew 232 job hunters to the Community Achievement Center in Decatur on Jan. 20, surpassing the 150 who showed up at the first fair in 2015.
Chiedu “George” Chukwuka of Stone Mountain, five co-defendants, and a co-conspirator are going to prison for their involvement in a $5.8 million massive property-flipping scheme between 2006 and 2011.
It’s all about the customer in a class offered by ULGA: The Entrepreneurship Center on Jan. 19.
New and aspiring business owners can attend “Entrepreneurship 101” on Jan. 30 at the Stonecrest Library in Lithonia.
Homeowners who want to improve and spruce up their homes can apply for funding from the $25 million FHA Title I Home Improvement Loan Fund.
DeKalb Commissioner Mereda Davis Johnson will present the “State of Business in East DeKalb Address” at the Greater Lithonia Chamber of Commerce’s Third Wednesday luncheon on Jan. 20.
More than 19 employers already have confirmed for the Diversity Job Expo and Job Fair on Jan. 20 at the Community Achievement Center in Decatur.
Residents can get pointers on how to take charge of their finances, housing, health and well-being at a series of fairs hosted by the city of Lithonia.
Minority and women business owners have until Jan. 31 to apply for the Workshop at Macy’s that will be held in April.
Eligible low-income families can apply for a one-time payment of up to $350 for help with home heating bills through LIHEAP.