Job seekers looking for holiday work should be on the alert for job scams.
More than 150 residents networked with business owners, vendors, county officials and potential employers at the Renaissance 2.0 Economic Development Forum: Breaking Through How We See Our Community.
The corner of Candler Road and Kelly Lake Road will be getting a new look with DeKalb County’s approval of a new 3,300-square-foot Citgo convenience store, gas station and takeout restaurant.
The new Walmart Supercenter on North Decatur Road in Decatur is hosting A Big Family Welcome on Nov. 14 with fun family activities and free food samples in celebration of the store opening.
Henry K. Mitchell, a certified public accountant, is hosting a series of tax seminars starting Nov. 21 to help taxpayers downgrade their tax rate and maximize their tax refund.
Dennis Lockhart, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta president and CEO, will speak to the DeKalb Chamber of Commerce about the future of the local and national economy on Nov. 19.
mployment workshop and career coach Jerry T. Myers will share his concise strategies for job seekers on Nov. 16 at the Stonecrest Library in Lithonia.
The DeKalb Initiative for Children & Families Inc. and the Stone Mountain Community Center are among 12 DeKalb nonprofits honored with $1,000 Days of Giving grants by Wells Fargo team members.
Pick up pointers to protect your identity at a Nov. 7 workshop at the Covington Library.
Aspiring deputies and police officers can attend a Nov. 3 career fair at Georgia Piedmont Technical College Law Enforcement Academy in Covington.
Resources for voters, entrepreneurs, parents, youth, educators, congregations and policy-makers will be available at the 16th annual Creating Opportunity Conference on Oct. 29-31 in Atlanta.
Developers, entrepreneurs and residents can exchange ideas at a Nov. 6 economic development forum at the Porter Sanford III Performing Arts Center in Decatur.
Five defendants – Julius C. Appling, Taj J. Tillison, Tal V. Tillison, Aryonne Johnson, and Andrew Smith, all of Atlanta – have been sentenced to federal prison for conspiracy to commit bank fraud and ordered to pay more than $1 ...
The Georgia Department of Labor is helping online retailer Amazon recruit 850 part-time workers for seasonal jobs handling electronic and apparel merchandise at its East Point distribution center.
Anthony Lepore, John Rife and Brian Domalik, all former employees of a janitorial services company, have been indicted on charges that they conspired to bribe Patrick Jackson, a public official employed by DeKalb County and the Georgia World Congress Center, ...