Having trouble finding the right scented candle for your home? A unique family-owned shop in Little Five Points allows shoppers to create their own.
Young men, trying to move past their own criminal history are now getting help from local business owners.
A Dunwoody small business owner decided to open his own restaurant during the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic, and it paid off. He is celebrating one year of success, with the city's mayor and other leaders by his side for a soft opening ceremony
A portion of the Old Fourth Ward in Atlanta will soon be closed off to traffic on weekends.
In April, the business started receiving letters from the Georgia Department of Labor indicating men and women were seeking unemployment benefits--people who have never worked for Mason Super Dogs.
The state president of the restaurant association says many establishments are on the verge of being overwhelmed.
Kaushik Govani's family said he suffered severe injuries to several organs during an armed robbery. Cobb County police are still looking for the shooter.
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Zesto vice president Lee Ann Livaditis said the tree fell Friday early afternoon while she and her husband were out of town for their son's college graduation.
Teenagers are able to enroll at The Pink Hotel and learn how to use their hands to do everything from cooking to nails to landscaping.
A local DIY studio makes "crafting" a memorable Mother's Day gift fun and easy.
But a key ingredient to a successful comeback is having enough employees, and for many, that’s a problem. Restaurants are not only working to fill tables, they’re working to fill positions.
The curtain is closing on a longtime attraction in downtown Atlanta.
Restaurants across the country are dealing with staffing shortages and the impact is being felt here in Atlanta.
After successfully launching Kings and Gents accessories in 2018, brothers Christopher and Jabez Jenkins are now hosting virtual workshops to teach other young men the steps to successfully start their own business venture.
Georgia’s signature sweet onions may be a little smaller and a little more expensive this year.
Laurin Hinson created a pre-shampoo detangler after not finding a product that worked on her thick hair. She hopes her product will be useful to other girls facing a similar issue.
President Joe Biden singed an extension of the Paycheck Protection Program a day before it was poised to expire, giving small businesses until May 31 to apply.
A Fayetteville man said his last paycheck from his former employer came in the form of over 90,000 oil- or grease-covered pennies dumped on his driveway.
Businesses within half a mile of the BeltLine will soon be paying more in taxes with the approval of the Beltline Tax District.