Coffee shop that hires special needs adults, facing more pandemic problems
Black women are up to four times more likely to die before, during, or a year after childbirth, according to the CDC.
Restaurants across the country are dealing with staffing shortages and the impact is being felt here in Atlanta.
White Claw announced it will be launching White Claw Surge — which contains 8% alcohol as opposed to the traditional 5% — this summer.
The act would reportedly revoke the CDC's current no-sail order on cruises and require the agency to provide guidance for cruises to resume safely.
Alpharetta city leaders gathered alongside famed hospitality expert and “Bar Rescue” star Jon Taffer Monday to celebrate the opening of Taffer’s Tavern.
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 House Bill 231 is focused on protections for dating violence victims. The bipartisan bill got final, unanimous approval from the State House March 31st. Exactly one week later, it's heading to Governor Kemp's desk.
Georgia's COVID-19 restrictions loosened significantly on Thursday, most notably the order restricting capacity inside restaurants and bars.
However, the new cancellations exclude sailings onboard Quantum, Spectrum, Voyager, Anthem, Adventure, Vision, Jewel, and Odyssey of the Seas.
On the lawn of the old courthouse in downtown Cartersville, there are hundreds of pinwheels. Pinwheels have long been a symbol of child abuse awareness month.
The Samuel Adams brewing company is offering the first 10,000 people who share photo proof that they received the COVID-19 vaccine $7 to redeem a free beer.
Kamryn Gardner, a student at Evening Star Elementary in Bentonville, Arkansas, penned a letter to Old Navy asking the retailer to make girls' jeans with "real pockets."
Beginning Thursday, many of Georgia's COVID-19 restrictions will no longer be in place. Gov. Brian Kemp made the announcement last week by signing three new executive orders.
For those with tentative plans to fly this year, change fees on some fares that were waived by airlines during the pandemic have been reinstated or will be soon.
Ketchup is the latest pandemic-fueled shortage following flour, pepperoni and aluminum cans.
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.
Firehouse Subs is hosting a three-day hiring event in hopes of recruiting 12,000 restaurant workers.
Taco Bell is converting thousands of its parking lots into job fairs on April 21 for a nationwide hiring event.
According to the Georgia Environmental Protection Division, the system was shut down after their testing technology vendor detected and stopped a malware attack.