Saturday marks Small Business Saturday — a day created to shift consumers’ attention to the stores that call their communities home.
A section of Cheshire Bridge Road was severely damaged in an overnight fire in August and has been closed ever since. It could take at least a year before it's finished.
U.S. regulators say Americans who work at companies with 100 or more employees will need to be vaccinated against COVID-19 by Jan. 4 or get tested weekly.
Labor shortages are impacting some local businesses in the Atlanta area.
Atlanta City Council votes to study whether the city should create an Office of Nighttime Economy and Safety. The office would advise leaders on issues impacting Atlanta after dark like crime and transportation.
Federal regulators say they are cracking down on what they're calling an explosion of businesses’ use of fake reviews and other misleading messages to promote their products and services on social media.
A South Fulton restaurant has lost its liquor license following a raid last week.
Business owners in the Atlanta neighborhood say a man wielding a machete and other knives is terrorizing their clients and that his threats are escalating. He says his daily routine of swinging weapons is a religious practice.
This comes after the huge fire underneath a bridge which caused city officials to shut down a portion of the roadway and stopped traffic to businesses.
Carl E. Smith and Sons Building Supply offered a $10,000 reward for information on the person who shot into their offices.
Some store owners in downtown Athens fear their shops won’t survive much longer unless they receive some help from the city.
It's never too early to get started on holiday shopping -- especially at a place that supports the work of local artists and makers!
Major interstates are closed because of debris from Hurricane Ida, threatening restaurants in metro Atlanta's ability to receive food with short shelf lives.
Simon and William McLane are the brothers behind Yōm Ice Cream, an Atlanta-based artisanal ice cream company launched in December of 2019.
Georgia Department of Labor Commissioner Mark Butler met with members of the Georgia Chamber of Commerce on Wednesday on the Georgia Tech campus to discuss developments in the workforce and economy, including how to attract workers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Painting on a canvas can be a relaxing pastime -- but painting your home? That's a different story.
A growing number of complaints have people asking the same question these days: how much can you trust the Post Office to deliver important packages on time?
The “New Black Wall Street Market” is set to open Labor Day weekend and is based on the legacy of “Black Wall Street” in the early 1900s in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
An automotive business in Cartersville was destroyed by flames over the weekend. The owners suffered a devastating loss, but they're pushing aside their own troubles and doing something to help their employees.
The Sky Barre is a local fitness studio where instructors say "hanging around" is the best way to burn calories and build strength.