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4JG Enterprises Truck Driver Solutions-CDL Driver Services

50 Floor 

Hiring: Lawn Maintenance Workers
Lawn Maintenance Worker's Needed 
Roswell area - hiring experienced & non-experienced. Reliable transportation and working cell phone needed. Please send resume to:

AAA Car Care Plus

Call hiring manager Jeff at 404-768-0965 or visit to apply 

Ace Truck Body and Trailer Repair
Call 770-447-8434 for information on how to apply. 

Email or visit

Air Logic Heating & Air Conditioning LLC

All 1 Service Inc
Hiring: Janitorial 
Janitorial warehouse cleaning. To apply visit

Alpha & Omega Automotive

American TeleCenters

Angel Heart Homecare

Animal Medical and Surgical Center
Hiring: Veterinary Technician/Assistant
AMSC is a full service veterinary hospital in Canton, Georgia, dedicated to helping our clients enjoy the health and companionship of their pets for many years. We believe in client service, hard-work, and dedication to our clients, patients, and team. 
About the Job: As Veterinary Technician/Assistant you will be responsible for: 
-Admitting patients and managing clients throughout their visit. 
-Obtaining and processing laboratory samples such as blood, urine, and free fluid.  
-Prepare surgical suite and ensure it is safe, sanitary, organized and prepared for surgical procedures.
-Ensure that all equipment, instruments, tools, and dressing are sterile and prepared for surgery.
Visit to apply.

Apalachee RV Center
RV Service, chassis, generator plumbing, climate control, propane, all appliances and systems, stocked parts department. Fully equipped collision center. Specializing in all aspects of RV service and repair since 2005. No sales just service. We are taking all precautions to keep you safe during this difficult time. Call hiring manager Tracy at 770-868-0999 or visit to apply.

Arrow Exterminators

Art Design Promotions 

Atlanta Auto Works


Atlanta Carpet And Air Duct Cleaning
Hiring: Carpet and Air Duct Cleaning Technicians- We will Train!
Call  hiring manager Amanda 770-806-6006 for more information on how  to apply.

Atlanta Kubota, JCB & Yanmar

Atlanta Pro Movers

Atlantic Sign & Graphics Inc 
Hiring: Experienced Fabricators and Installers

Hiring: Utility/Forklift Operators
The Production Utility position is assigned to a shift to generally assist with the wrapping, counting, stacking, and sorting of material (roofing shingles) that have been made on the production line.
Visit to apply. 

Austell Dental Associates
Hiring: Registered Dental Hygienist
Call hiring manager Tracy 770-948-8888 or email to apply 

Automation Personnel Services 


Batchelor Chiropractic Clinic of Roswell Georgia 
Email or visit 

Belco Electric, Inc 

Bento Cafe 
(770) 300-9798

Best National Services Inc
Hiring: Warehouse / Food Processing
Call hiring manager Joe at 404-254-0655 or visit to apply .

Bin There Dump That Dumpsters

Breda Pest Management 

Briar Patch BBQ 

Bright Futures Academy
Hiring: High School and Middle School English, Math, & Science Teachers. 
Forward resume to

Brilliant Bilingual 

BriteBox Electrical 

Brown's Custom Furniture
Hiring: Furniture Upholstery Technician,  Marine Upholstery Technician,  Upholstery Seamstress 
Must have at least 3 years experience. 
Call hiring manager Randy 706-342-2404 or visit

Bruster’s Real Ice Cream Mall of Georgia
Hiring: Scooper and Ice Cream Maker
Visit to apply. 

Butler Lexus of South Atlanta

C2H Air and Electric
Hiring: Electricians, HVAC Technicians, Customer Service Coordinator


Camp Gladiator
Hiring: Personal Trainer 
We are seeking a Certified Personal Trainer to join our team! The ideal candidate thrives in a fast paced environment and is committed to health and fitness. 
• Instruct groups of individuals in fitness activities 
• Offer support to help clients achieve their fitness goals 
• Demonstrate proper form and technique 
• Develop and implement specialized training programs for clients 
• Ensure fitness programs are effective, safe, and fun 
• Outgoing personality 
• Ability to train at all fitness levels 
• Passion for health and fitness 
• Ability to build rapport with clients 
• Ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment

CKK Industries Inc
Hiring: Assistant to Vice President
CKK Industries is looking for an assistant to our VP. The primary job will be gathering data for reports and weekly ordering of product. When we don't have office work to do, they will be in our warehouse, pulling orders, pre-packing product, running labels, etc. We are a small family-owned company so we all pitch in when and where we are needed. This person needs to be proficient with QuickBooks Enterprise and Microsoft Office and able to learn other software quickly. They also need reliable transportation, attention-to-detail, and a history of coming to work on-time. 
Call hiring manager Steve at 770-599-8012.

CaraVita Home Care

Care4All Children Services, Inc 

Casteel Heating, Cooling, Plumbing, & Electrical 


Carpet Depot
Hiring: Sales
Experienced Sales team member - currently hiring in Roswell and Douglasville. For more information on how to apply visit 

Champion Windows and Home Exteriors
Hiring: Sales and Installations
Call hiring manager at 678-630-0190 or visit Champion Window Careers to apply. 

Chattahoochee Shower Doors
Hiring: Installers, Superintendents, Administration
Call 770-576-5214 or visit to apply.

City Barbeque
Hiring: Various Positions in: Decatur, Suwannee, Sandy Springs
In addition to following City Barbeque’s cultural guidelines, principal responsibilities include, but are not limited to: 
• Assembles and delivers all food and supplies for catered functions to their scheduled locations. 
• Arranges tables and decorations. 
• Arranges buffet tables with food, beverage and service items according to standards and now CDC
• Ability to be able to work with a schedule that is changes and is updated daily 
• Open availability 
• Ability to lift 50 lbs. 
• Passing a Motor Vehicle Background Check 
• Possess a valid driver’s license for at least 2 yrs 
• Have Reliable transportation to transport catering deliveries 
• Must show proof of insurance
Visit to apply.


Clarity Development
Hiring: Brand Ambassadors, Sales & Marketing, Customer Service.
During these days, EVERYONE needs access to quality legal services. We provide that service for more than 80,000 in Georgia. Part Time AND Full Time available. 
Call the hiring Kim 404-465-3333 or visit 

Clarity Psychological Group
Hiring: 2 Independent Contract Clinicians 
The Clarity Psychological Group is currently seeking 2 independent contract clinicians to provide psycho-social assessments and ongoing counseling in an outpatient private practice setting. ideally someone willing to work evenings and some weekends. 
Qualifications: Master’s degree, Psy.D or PhD in Social Work, Psychology, Counseling or related field 
Independent license in the State of Georgia, required 
Please submit resume and cover letter to or visit

Coolray Heating, Cooling, Plumbing and Electrical 

Crawford's Auto Repair 

Crye Leike Real Estate Services 

CSI Erosion Control 
Visit or email 


Dave Bradberry ceramic tile inc 

Defined Contours and Wellness

Desert Dry Waterproofing

Dickerson Heating & Air LLC 

Diverse Staffing
Hiring: Warehouse, Forklift, Production 
Diverse Staffing in Norcross has immediate openings for Warehouse, Forklift, Production positions.
Call 770-662-8005 or visit to apply

doTERRA International
We are inspired by incredible women every day. Women who are raising kids and building businesses. Women who are hiring their neighbors and transforming communities. Women like you, or your mother, daughter, sister or friend. Contact Claudia Worley if you are interested in learning about and earning with doTERRA essential oils. Visit to apply 

Dr. Roof 

East Cobb Barbershop
Email or visit

Eggs Up Grill
Hiring: Day Time Grill Cook 
Day time grill cook for a breakfast and lunch only concept. Restaurant hours are 6:00 am-2:30 pm everyday.  Restaurant is located in the Roswell/East Cobb area. 
Call hiring manager Mike at 678-243-9085 or visit to apply 

Efficient Stylz Salon
Hiring: Stylist
Efficient Stylz Salon is currently looking for licensed stylist for booth rental only. Call the hiring manager Erica Pulley at 404-644-1692 for more information.

Epic Pets Salon
Hiring: Groomer\ Bather Assistant
Call hiring manager Tammy 770-694-1999 at or visit

E.R. Snell Contractor

Escape & Evade

Everdry Waterproofing 

Executive Auto Glass

Fairbanks Construction Services 

Fire Systems, Inc. 

Foundation Worx 

G Force Plumbing, LLC 

G.F.C. Painting & Renovations 

Gee Heating and Air 

Georgia Expo Manufacturing Corporation 

Georgia Farm Bureau - Newton County
Hiring: Two Insurance Agents (great pay & benefits)
Call 770-786-7201 or visit

Georgia Spa Company 
Hiring: Two Retail Sales Clerk 
Georgia Spa Company is seeking a Retail Sales Clerk for our Buford Showroom. We are looking for friendly, customer-service oriented candidates that are passionate about retail sales and teamwork. This is a full-time position selling great at-home relaxation products and backyard grilling products including Big Green Eggs. Position will also assist customers with hot tub and swim spa water care and water care products. To apply visit: 
Retail Sales Clerk - Alpharetta -
Retail Sales Clerk - Buford -
Contact Brooke Richardson for further information 678-400-7950

GK Tire 

GoalPoint Behavior Group 

Golden Rule Automotive
Hiring: Master Technician 
Now hiring ASE certified Master technician with minimum 4 years experience. Must have tools, drug free and clean driving record.
Call hiring manager Gregory 770-788-8863 or visit to apply

Gordons automotive 

Golden Touch Sunroof
To apply visit

Graphic Ragz
Hiring: Industrial Sewing Operators, Digital Printing Operator, Packers, Shipping/Warehouse Manager
Fabric Spreading and Layer Cutting with vertical knife.
Call hiring manager Billy 404-299-7563 or visit

Grey Fox Renovations 

Handyman Connection of Alpharetta
Hiring: Handyman, General Contractor & Carpenters in Roswell area for various home repairs & remodeling.
Call Hiring Manager Aneliese at 770-870-5200 to apply. 

Health Plus Wellness, Dr. Joe Esposito,  
770-427-7387 option 3

Hemma Lighting Solutions
Hiring: Lighting Technicians
Hemma Lighting Solutions is currently seeking Lighting Technicians for our growing business. We install and/or retrofit light fixtures and lighting controls across the US. This is a travel position that requires staying out of town in hotels for up to 21 days at a time. We are looking for motivated individuals who want to be part of a team. There are opportunities for advancement and plenty of overtime. Transportation to and from the job site, hotel, and daily per-diem provided. Call hiring manager Robin Dishmon at 770-847-7624 or visit

Hobby Lobby
Hiring: PT Sales Associate, Cashier
Call hiring manager Stephen at 770-503-9395 for more information on how to apply. 

Home Instead Senior Care 

Home Nature Atlanta 

Honest-1 Auto Care of East Cobb 

Installed Building Products 

Inspire Health
Hiring: Client Service Representative
As an Inspire Health Client Service Representative, your primary role will be to provide an excellent client experience to every client that walks through our studio. You will be an integral part of the studio team, working with management to maintain the facilities, uphold all processes and procedures, provide an excellent client experience and contribute to day to day sales.
-Provide exceptional client experience to all clients 
-Handle phone calls and emails from clients 
-Check-in clients and review client rosters for accuracy 
-Maintain studio facility cleanliness (daily cleaning of studio) 
-Communicate with staff, instructors and managers 
-Schedule appointments 
-Promote company culture 
-Uphold all company policies, procedures and processes
Call the hiring manager Terese at 404-605-9091 or visit to apply

J&M Roofing, Inc 

Jayida Ché Herbal Tea Spot 

Jimmy Johns in Sandy Springs

  • Freaky Fast Sandwich Line positions Monday - Friday 11-2 
  • JJ Delivery Driver (auto & bike) Monday - Friday 11- 2 and 4 - 8

Call hiring manager Jeannie 4044252-5801 for more information on how to apply.

Johnny’s New York style pizza 

Junk B Gon 

JWC Real Estate 

Kalahari Electrical Services 
Hiring: Electrician 
- Install, maintain, modify and repair all electrical distribution systems and associated electrical equipment
-Remain in compliance with current National Electric Code
-Inspect and test components of electrical systems, including transformers, transfer switches and switch   gears
-Complete work orders and record material utilized on jobs
-Utilize blueprints, wiring diagrams and manufacturer’s installation manuals to complete assigned projects (will be an advantage).
-Survey electrical systems, circuits and plans  

Electrician qualifications and skills
-High school diploma/GED required 
-5+ years’ experience in the electrical trade
-Experience in both Residential and Commercial electrical services
-Able to work well on a team
-Capable of lifting and carrying a minimum of 50 pounds without assistance
-Ability to bend, climb, squat, reach and kneel
-Excellent hand-eye coordination
-Comfortable reading and understanding electrical blueprints, schematics and diagrams
-Demonstrate ability to operate hand and power tools associated with electrical work
-Demonstrable knowledge and skills for electrical installation, maintenance and repair of electrical systems and equipment
-Strong interpersonal communication skills
Email resume to

Kelly+Co Real Estate Advisors with Keller Williams 

King Pizzeria

Lightning Auto Glass 

Lightning Bug Electric 

LLS Staffing
Hiring: General Labor / Warehouse/Food Processing
Call hiring manager David at 404-305-2267 or visit to apply.

Loving Touch Animal Center
Hiring: Part-time Physical Therapist Technician
Loving Touch Animal Center is in search of an experienced Part-time Physical Therapist Technician to aid in the rehabilitation of dogs via water treadmill therapy, agility props, and more. If you are an experienced Physical Therapist or Vet Tech interested in Physical Therapy, email your resume with pay requirements and availability to with the subject: PT Tech

Maaco Collision Repair & Auto Painting - Kennesaw 

Madison Telecom
Hiring: Install Technicians
Call hiring manager Tony at 770-607-0052 #102 or visit to apply.

Maple Leaf Lawn and Pest 
(770) 845-0558

Marco's Pizza 
Hiring: 2 Drivers, 3 CSR/Crew Members 
Starting pay is $7.25 a hour plus tips daily for drivers. Csr starting pay 7.25 depending on experience. I will work with you. If you are motivated, dependable and a fast learner then come in and apply today in person to fill out an application. Just ask for the hiring manager Shamiya. 

Mark Spain Real Estate
Hiring: Listing Agent
If you're ready to work hard, care for customers and earn an income that matches your hard work, we want to talk to YOU! We are seeking professional, self-motivated, consultative team members in our residential real estate sales department. Candidates should be accustomed to performing at a high level, effective in a sales environment, outgoing and customer service focused. We have a proven system to make you successful as an agent! No cold calling. We provide booked appointments, mentorship and all the training and education you need to be successful.
Visit to apply

Meadows Montessori School
Hiring: Lead Toddler Teacher
Call hiring manager Vanessa 770-218-6347 or email to apply 

Mercedes-Benz of Buckhead

Merry Maids 

Mission Foods, Inc.
Hiring: Production Line workers, Production Line Supervisors, Machine Operators, Quality Assurance, Specialists, Warehouse workers, Forklift Operators, Clerical personnel
Call hiring manager Cesar at 706-693-2005 or visit to apply. 

Monster Construction, LLC
Hiring: We are hiring laborers. 
Experience preferred but not required-willing to train the right person. Pay based on experience. Own transportation required. Call 678-593-5790 or visit to apply. 

Mr. Clean Car Wash + Jiffy Lube 

Mr. Handyman of Roswell, Alpharetta and Johns Creek 

Mr. Plumber Atlanta 

Murphy Law Firm, LLC
Hiring: Receptionist
To apply, submit a cover letter and a resume. In your cover letter, state why you want to work at Murphy Law Firm, LLC and include a few facts you learned by researching our website. Apply by visiting

Nelson Exteriors 

New Leaf Arbor 

Newco Construction of America, Inc
Hiring: Traveling Superintendents
National General Contractor looking for Traveling Superintendents for Open Retail Remodel Construction. Walmart and/or CVS Experience preferred. Call 770-772-6963 or visit  to apply. 

 Noreen Sells Atlanta 

Octapharma Plasma 

Option Signs & Enviromental Graphics 

Packard, Inc.
Hiring: Payroll & Benefits Coordinator 
The primary function of this role will be to provide support to the work of the Human Resources and Finance departments to handle tasks related to employee benefits, business operations and taxes (especially in regard to filing and distribution of audits, payroll, and W-2’s). This includes processing payroll, taxation forms and benefits, as well as maintaining employee data, handling payroll questions, and completing other tasks necessary for monitoring and overseeing Packard’s payroll and benefit processes. Secondary duties will include the support of various tasks for other management teams by performing a variety of requests. ADP and Excel proficiency required.
Send resumes to:

Hiring: Entry Level: Installation and Copper Installations, Experienced: Startups,  Office: Project Coordinator.
Visit Facebook page to apply

Parker Young Construction 

Penske truck rental 


Perfection Professional Installation
Hiring: Professional Furniture Installer and Artwork Hanger 
We need a professional furniture installer and artwork hanger with the ability to work closely with interior designers. Call hiring manager Pat at 678 -201-8893 for more information on how to apply.

Phone Tech 


Pine Enterprises Sewer and Water lines 

Pink Plumber 

Polish Dental Center

Precision Lawn Care
Lawn care company, weekly pay, experience a must. 
Call hiring manager Jackie at 770-979-5171 for more information on how to apply. 

Radwell International 

Ragsdale Heating, Air and Plumbing 

Rapid Lube 
Resume in person 

RDK Fabrication llc 

Reliable Heating & Air
Hiring: Service and Repair Technicians, Installers, Install helpers, Electricians and Customer Service representatives, Licensed Journeyman Plumbers and Master Plumbers. 
Reliable Heating & Air is continuously seeking top-notch service and repair technicians, installers, install helpers, electricians and customer service representatives. Reliable is currently hiring licensed journeyman plumbers and master plumbers. We enjoy low turnover and a high degree of employee satisfaction due to our competitive wages, benefits packages and fun but hard-working atmosphere. 
Call hiring manager Amanda 770-594-9969 or visit to apply. 

Remodel Republic - Atlanta Kitchen and Bath 

Rhinehart Equipment 
(800) 489-3305

Rocco’s European Garage
Hiring: European Auto Technician
Looking for an experienced technician with ample experience diagnosing, repairing, and servicing European makes & models. Competitive pay in the industry and potential for sign on bonus based on experience. Family owned and operated company, very clean shops and state of the art tools, but we have fun while we work. We’re growing, and you’ll have opportunity to grow with us. Contact Rocco Lionetti today 404-476-6617, apply at

Rock Staffing
Hiring: General Labor, Forklift Operators, CDL Class A, General Warehouse, Welders (Mig/Tig), Clerical/Office work. 
We have offices in: 

  • Kennesaw: 678-856-7570 
  • Locust Grove: 678-856-5260 
  • Marietta: 678-861-4310 
  • Jonesboro: 678-856-6320 
  • Duluth: 678-456-5770 

Please call the office closest to you, so we can help you get started with a new career!

Rub Away the Day Massage
Hiring: Licensed Massage Therapist full or part time
Visit to apply

Sagon Trucks and Equipment 

St. George Village
Hiring: Server, Concierge, Housekeeper, Floor Technician
Part Time Server position. Available 4 pm to close Monday - Sunday. 
Concierge - Part Time Reception - Monday - Sunday 8 am - 8 pm 
Housekeeper - Monday - Friday 7:30-4:30 
Floor Technician - Monday - Friday 7:30-4:30
Call hiring manager Suzanne at 678-987-0427 or visit to apply

San Pedro Mattress Manufacturing Co.
Hiring:  San Pedro Mattress Mfg. is currently looking for the following positions for its plant located in South Fulton/Atlanta: 

  • Experienced Mechanic specializing in Industrial Cut and Sew Machinery such as but not limited to : Industrial Sewing machines, Quilting machines, bagging machines, Tape edge machines, surges, minor electrical a plus 
  • Experienced Tape Edge Machine Operator 
  • Experienced Mattress and Box Spring builders 

We are located in South Fulton County off Fulton Industrial Blvd in Atlanta. Call 494-344-1111 for more information on how to apply. 

Savory Gourmet Market 

Scout & Cellar Clean Crafted Wines 

Sequium Asset Solutions
Sequium Asset Solutions, a H.E.R.O (Highly Effective Recovery Operation) has engineered the most sophisticated and technologically advanced collections program in the entire industry....turning results into monthly bonus payments! 
Atlanta's fastest growing 3rd party collections agency seeks the area's best collectors and customer service reps- new Credit Card, DDA, Auto, and Cable business available. 
All qualified candidates will have experience handling 100+ calls/day, great negotiation skills and the ability to achieve monthly goals. 
Apply at




Soho Bagel Company

Sonny’s Barbecue B-Q
Hiring: Servers,Cooks and Dishwashers 
We have immediate positions available for Servers,Cooks and Dishwashers. Competitive salaries.
Call the hiring manager Louvain at 770-428-1534 or email to apply. 

Snellville Auto Center 

Southeastern Pressure Washing 

Southeastern Roofing Company 

Staffing Resources
Hiring: Executive Administrator - Duluth- 65k-70k 
Call hiring manager Jeanne at 678-987-2308 to apply
Human Resources - Lawrenceville 65-70K 
Collections - Buford $17 hr plus bonus 
Sales Tax Assistant - Buford $17 hr
Call hiring manager Christine at 678-987-2311 to apply

Stanton Law 

Streamline Fabrication, LLC 

SuperiorPRO, LLC 

Team Roofing and Construction, LLC

Tech-Gas Solutions
Hiring: Warehouse, Shipping, Receiving, Build Steel Cylinders, Pump Industrial Gases Into Steel Cylinders, Forklift Operator, Load and Unload Trucks, Build and Ship Orders.
Call hiring manager Eddy at 404-557-7684 to apply. 

Treoss Cleaning Services 

True Source Family Chiropractic - MaxLiving 

U-Haul Company of Georgia Corporate Locations 

Urban Beauty By Mane Tease Salon
Hiring: Hair Stylist - booth rental
Call hiring manager Tammy at 404-593-1087.

Unique Installations
Hiring: Door Installers
Compensation: $50,000 to $110,000 Annually. We are currently recruiting residential door installers. We are a general contracting company providing residential installation services on behalf of the home improvement retailers. 
Applicants must have proven installation experience and be willing to train on processes. This position requires high volume appointments and a considerable amount of driving. Appointments are scheduled back to back - punctuality and communication are key to being successful. 


  •  Must pass a criminal background check 
  • •Own your own transport & tools (Table and miter saw, basic hand tools, etc.) 
  • •Access to a computer, internet, tablet or a smart phone 
  •  3-5 yrs. Door or related installation experience, Will train the right candidate 
  •  Install products; clean, neat, insulated, plumb, square and watertight 
  •  Certified in lead standard (RRP) – we can assist with obtaining certification 
  •  Excellent oral and written communication skills 
  •  Send a resume to

Valet Living
Hiring: Part Time Night Trash Collector; 10-15 hours per week 
Valet Living currently has an opening for a Part Time Night Trash Collector in your local area. This is a great paying, part time night job!! We have an immediate start date and provide hands on, paid training. 
What You Get: 
Paid Training 
Great hourly pay: up to $14.00 / hour 
Up to 15 hours per week available. 5 day work week, enjoy Friday and Saturday off. Employee Referral Bonus Program. Rewards and Recognition
Program. Tuition Reimbursement .
What You’ll Be Doing: 
-Collect trash bags and recycling door to door within a local apartment community and transfer to the trash compactor onsite. 
Call 404-398-3241 or visit

Vinings Barber
Hiring: Experienced Barbers or Cosmetologist
Upscale men’s barbershop/salon. Hiring experienced barbers or cosmetologist licensed in Georgia. Must be experience using both clippers and scissors and experienced in all men’s grooming. Very busy shop with great customers and awesome work environment!
Call 770-435-1670 or visit

 Volo Press Books 


Waffle House 
Hiring: Sales Associates, Grill Operators, Door Corps
Call 864-245-1186. Email 

Willis Chiropractic Center
Hiring: Front office administrator with medical billing experience. 
31 hours per week. Paid holidays, vacation. Retirement plan. No health insurance. Must live near downtown Alpharetta. Call hiring manager Janet 770-262-6607 or visit to apply.

World Beverage 400 
Apply in store 

Zerorez of Atlanta
Hiring: Residential Carpet Cleaning Technicians, Commercial Carpet Cleaning Technicians, Air Duct Leads and Assistants.
Call hiring manager Sarah 770-242-1313 or visit to apply

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  • Dozens of tombstones dating from the 19th century were found near a North Carolina neighborhood. A Piedmont Natural Gas worker told WSOC-TV that he found dozens of what appeared to be decades-old tombstones in a wooded area behind the Crestdale Crossing neighborhood. The stones appear to be from the 19th century and have what looks like dates and initials carved in them. The discovery piqued the interest of local historian Jeff Houser who said burial grounds are often lost to developments. Houser believes they are footstones created for a family grave. “These were either pulled up from someplace and set into the woods for some reason,” he said. He said the stones might have never been used, but it would take some time to uncover the truth. “We’d like to know why are these are here, how they got there and who are they for,” Houser said. Historians are working to compare the initials on the stones with census records from that time. Houser said that as of now, there is no official record of a cemetery in the area.
  •  A restaurant owned by rapper 2 Chainz has been cited by the state for violating social distancing guidelines. According to an incident report from the Department of Public Safety, a manager for Escobar Restaurant and Tapas was cited after public safety officials received complaints that there were too many people inside the restaurant and bar, violating the state’s executive orders over the coronavirus. DPS said it responded to the first complaint early Saturday after people called them saying that the restaurant and bar were too full. “When I enter the establishment, the entire facility was full of patrons, shoulder to shoulder, and was unable to enter safely,” the DPS officer wrote in the incident report. The public safety officer said he gave a warning to the manager on duty that night and the manager had everyone leave for the evening. The next night, DPS said it received another social distancing complaint about Escobar. “Once I entered the facility, I observed the same violations as I did when the warning was issued,” the officer wrote in the incident report. The on-duty manager, Rasheed Gaines, had security personnel make everyone leave, and the DPS officer cited Gaines for violating the state’s executive order. “When speaking to Mr. Gaines, he was aware of my previous warning as he was at the location the time it was given,” the DPS officer wrote in the report. Escobar Restaurant and Tapas, owned by Tauheed “2 Chainz” Epps and Mychel “Snoop” Dillard, is in Atlanta’s Castleberry Hills neighborhood near Mercedes-Benz Stadium and State Farm Arena. Epps delayed the reopening of the restaurant when Gov. Brian Kemp originally announced that dine-in service could restart. He originally was going to reopen at that time but opted to hold off. He also contacted Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms to tell her about the decision. Bottoms spoke about it on the Tamron Hall Show last month. “I know that 2Chainz and his wife, Keisha, have a loving heart for a community which is unparalleled. For them, you’re talking about laying off 80% of his employees,” Bottoms said. “I was so glad that he reached out to me and told me that he would not be opening because he is listening to reason and logic. What he is saying is, ‘I’m not going to risk putting my employees in harm’s way because we are opening up too soon.’” Instead of reopening right away, Epps helped feed the area’s homeless. The restaurant later reopened after Kemp signed a new executive order that said restaurants could have limited dine-in service and allowed up to 10 people at one table. The order also said occupancy was limited to 10 people for every 300 square feet inside the restaurant. According to its website, Escobar features “a beautiful bar, elegant lounging, and a menu featuring a choice wine and champagne selection, innovative cocktails, craft beers and undoubtedly the most desired tapas and entrees.”
  • An inebriated man passed out on a raft and floated 7 miles down an Indiana river before he was rescued by authorities as he approached a dam. The man, who has not been identified, was passed out with a bottle of rum on his lap, MLive reported. Department of Natural Resources officers first found the man but were unable to awaken him while they shouted and blew a whistle from an embankment along the Blue River. Officers later used a boat and set up a tagline in order to stop the man from going over the Milltown Dam. However, the man had washed ashore a few miles before the dam. Authorities found the man. After a medical evaluation, he was arrested. Charges were not released.
  • Veteran actor Richard Herd, who played Mr. Wilhelm on the television sitcom “Seinfeld,' died Tuesday at this Los Angeles home, Variety reported. He was 87. The cause of death was cancer-related, Herd’s wife, actress Patricia Crowder Herd, told The Hollywood Reporter. On “Seinfeld,” Herd played Mr. Wilhelm, the New York Yankees executive who was the boss of George Costanza (Jason Alexander), was who the team’s assistant to the traveling secretary. Herd was the second “Seinfeld” character actor to die this month. Comedian Jerry Stiller, who played Costanza’s father on the show, died May 11. Stiller was 92. Some of Herd’s movie credits include roles in “The China Syndrome” (1979) “F.I.S.T.” (1979), “The Onion Field” (1979), “Planes, Trains and Automobiles” (1987) and “Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil” (1997). He also starred as the Klingon L’Kor on “Star Trek: The Next Generation,” and Admiral Owen Paris on “Star Trek: Voyager” and “Star Trek: Renegades.”
  • U.S. Sen. Kelly Loeffler’s office has confirmed that the U.S. Department of Justice has closed an investigation into recent stock trades made on her behalf. The Wall Street Journal first reported that Loeffler is among the senators who are no longer under scrutiny. The others are Sens. Jim Inhofe of Oklahoma and Dianne Feinstein of California. U.S. Sen. Richard Burr of North Carolina remains under investigation, according to that report. Loeffler’s portfolio came under scrutiny when a large amount of stocks that she or her husband owned were sold off shortly after she attended a senators-only briefing on the coronavirus and during the time that the virus began to spread across the country. She said that the Jan. 24 meeting included no private information and all stocking trading on her behalf is handled by financial advisers who act independently and without her input.  Loeffler denied that any trading on her behalf had broken laws or U.S. Senate rules. A campaign spokesman said Tuesday that the investigation has shown that the criticism was fueled by politics. “Today’s clear exoneration by the Department of Justice affirms what Senator Loeffler has said all along– she did nothing wrong,” spokesman Stephen Lawson said. “This was a politically-motivated attack shamelessly promoted by the fake news media and her political opponents. Senator Loeffler will continue to focus her full attention on delivering results for Georgians.” A spokesman for the Department of Justice declined to comment on the investigation. Loeffler initially refused to admit she was under investigation. Earlier this month, she said  she had turned over documents to federal investigators. But she would not say if she had volunteered or was asked to supply information or if she had been questioned.  Loeffler and her husband, Jeff Sprecher, have already taken steps to address the controversy about stock trading on their behalf during the COVID-19 pandemic. They directed their consultants to sell off stocks they own in individual companies. The only company’s shares they still own are Intercontinental Exchange, the conglomerate that Sprecher founded and now leads.  Loeffler worked for the company until she was appointed to the U.S. Senate. Although the threat of an investigation seems to be over, Loeffler should still expect to face questions about her portfolio on the campaign trail, a spokesman for U.S. Rep. Doug Collins said. Collins is challenging Loeffler for her Senate seat in November’s special election. 'Her expensive lawyers might keep her from going to prison,” Collins spokesman Dan McLagan said, “but she's not going back to the U.S. Senate because we all know what she did.” This article was originally published on the
  • The video is heartbreaking and chilling. Security footage from a Florida condominium complex shows the moment a woman, identified by authorities as 45-year-old Patricia Ripley, first tried to drown her son Thursday evening in a canal in West Kendall, an unincorporated area of Miami. Alejandro Ripley, 9, had severe autism and was nonverbal. Ripley holds Alejandro’s hand in the video, which was first obtained by Spanish-language television station Univision. She appears to caress his face and head and rub his back. Moments later, the footage shows Ripley take the boy by the arm and shove him into the canal, located behind the Kendall Acres Condominiums, before running away. She looks back several times over her shoulder as she vanishes out of the camera’s view. Watch the video of Alejandro Ripley’s near-drowning below, courtesy of Univision. Warning: The footage may be disturbing to some viewers. Several seconds later, she returns into the video frame with one of multiple bystanders who authorities later said rushed to Alejandro’s aid after hearing screaming. The man is seen lowering himself into the water to pull the boy to safety. Alejandro appeared unhurt, so no one called police or paramedics, authorities said. He and his mother walked away. About an hour later, Alejandro was dead. According to Miami-Dade County detectives and prosecutors, Ripley took the 9-year-old to a second canal near the Miccosukee Golf & Country Club and, with no witnesses to save him that time, shoved him once again into the water. Alejandro’s body – clad in a blue Captain America T-shirt and a diaper – was found floating in the canal Friday morning. The boy had previously been a student at Great Heights Academy, a Miami-area school for children with special needs. Miami-Dade County civil court records show the school sued Patricia Ripley and her husband, Aldo Ripley, in 2016 for more than $4,000 in unpaid tuition for their son. It was not clear when Alejandro had last attended the school but the Miami Herald reported that he was being tutored at home at the time of his death. The school’s administrators shared on Facebook both the news of his alleged abduction and the subsequent news of his slaying. “Ale, we will forever miss you,” a post on the school’s Facebook page read. It was accompanied by a video of Alejandro working with a teacher. “Praying you rest in peace.” A Miami-Dade County medical examiner told WPLG in Miami on Tuesday that the boy’s autopsy confirmed he drowned. His mother has been charged with first-degree murder and attempted first-degree premeditated murder, prosecutors said. A witness who lives at the condo complex told WPLG he saw Alejandro in the canal behind his home but didn’t think much of it. “Kids fall in the canal all the time,” said the witness, who declined to speak on camera. “Usually, you grab them, yank them out and away you go.” Alejandro appeared to be seated in water that was chest deep, the man said. “The only odd thing was she kind of started screaming and called his name, and then turned around and ran off screaming,” the man told the news station. 'He was just sitting there, and I tried to speak to him a couple of times and he looked at me, and that’s when she returned with an older couple. ”At the time, I thought they were together because that woman was giving it to her, screaming, ‘What are you doing? Why’d you leave the kid there?‘” The witness described the bystanders pulling Alejandro from the water. Video footage shows them drying the boy off before he and his mother leave. “Unfortunately, when she took him to the second canal, there was no one there,” Miami-Dade State Attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle told The Associated Press on Saturday. “She tried it once, and people rescued him. He was alive. He could have stayed alive. She intended, from all the facts of the case, to kill him.” Because he was nonverbal, Alejandro could not tell his rescuers how he ended up in the canal near the condo community, Fernandez Rundle said. “We talk about children being voiceless. This is another level of voicelessness,” the prosecutor told the AP. “He was incapable of saying, ‘Mommy put me in the water.’” Miami-Dade County Jail records show Ripley is being held without bond. Aldo Ripley sobbed Friday as he spoke to reporters following his wife’s bond hearing. “We love Alejandro, and we don’t agree with whatever they said about my wife,” a masked Aldo Ripley said through tears. “It’s not real.” Watch Aldo Ripley speak below and hear from Patricia Ripley’s attorney, courtesy of the Herald. It was not immediately clear if the boy’s father has seen the evidence against his wife. Patricia Ripley’s attorney, Nelson Rodriguez-Varela, told reporters outside the courtroom that he would not discuss any evidence in the case but would “leave that for another day.” “There is obviously a great deal of support for her,” Rodriguez-Varela said. “Everybody’s very concerned about her situation. “By all accounts, she has been an excellent mother, an excellent person, a great family as you can see from the people who are here.” The defense attorney said he is amassing a legal team to ensure his client’s rights are protected and she has the “opportunity to vindicate her good name.” Alejandro’s killing has provoked outrage in Florida and across the country, not only because of the circumstances of his death but also because of the nature of Ripley’s initial story to police. She claimed two black men had run her off the road and abducted her son at knifepoint, authorities said. “The only voice in his life that he depended on to get through this world was his mom’s,” Miami-Dade police Director Alfredo Ramirez said Friday during a news conference. “To think that voice would be the one that would harm him the most. “As a parent and as a member of this community, I’m deeply saddened for what happened to that young boy. And then for her to displace blame of her crime on another community, it’s just … well, another crime that was committed. It is very disappointing.” According to an affidavit in the case, Ripley called 911 shortly before 9 p.m. Thursday and reported that she and Alejandro had been traveling near a Home Depot in West Kendall when her vehicle was sideswiped, causing her to crash. She claimed the driver of the other car got out and approached her vehicle with a knife, demanding drugs before opening the front driver’s side door and stealing her cellphone and tablet. “She stated this male then removed her 9-year-old autistic child and fled in an unknown direction,” the affidavit says. Ripley was taken to the police station for questioning, according to the document. Meanwhile, law enforcement officials issued an Amber Alert for Alejandro. The alert described Ripley’s alleged assailants as “two unknown black males driving an unknown light blue four-door sedan.” “One of the abductors may be wearing all black clothing and a black bandanna as a face mask,” the alert said. “He may also have cornrows in his hair.” At the police station, Ripley gave “conflicting statements” to missing persons detectives, the affidavit states. The case was transferred to homicide detectives when Alejandro’s body was found, about 11 hours after he was first reported missing and 4 miles from the scene of the alleged abduction. Ripley was taken from the missing persons bureau to the homicide division for additional questioning. Again, she gave conflicting statements, the affidavit says. “These statements contradicted the statements of witnesses and the video footage obtained from the area of SW 103rd Avenue and Kendall Drive,” the document states. The footage described in the affidavit matches the surveillance video obtained by Univision. The Herald reported that security camera footage from outside the Home Depot near where Ripley claimed Alejandro had been kidnapped showed Ripley sitting alone in her car for 20 minutes before she called 911 to report him missing. Witnesses also told police they’d seen Ripley with her son near the canal where he was eventually found dead, CBS Miami reported. When confronted with the evidence, Ripley admitted she had not been robbed, the affidavit says. “She admitted that she drove to SW 62(nd) Street and SW 138(th) Court at approximately 8:30 p.m. and parked near a canal,” the document states. “She then led the victim to the canal, where he drowned. “She stated he’s going to be in a better place.” The CBS affiliate reported that a law enforcement official said Ripley told detectives she’d been thinking about killing her son for a while because the older he got, the more difficult he was to physically control. According to the Amber Alert, Alejandro weighed 120 pounds and was 4 feet, 11 inches tall. Miami-Dade County Jail records show that Ripley weighs 138 pounds. She is 5 feet, 5 inches tall. Since Alejandro’s death, at least one Miami-area support group for special needs children and their families has seen an uptick in calls from parents whose children are in crisis. Rabbi Yossi Harlig, co-director of Friendship Circle Miami, told the Herald the boy’s killing has rippled through the community as the nation deals with the deadly COVID-19 outbreak, which had killed more than 98,000 Americans as of Tuesday morning. The social distancing required to help stem the spread of the virus has placed already-struggling families in even more tense situations as they shelter in place and parents homeschool their children. “One of the concerns is that when someone acts like that, it could trigger other people. You never know,” Harlig told the Herald. “Typical families are feeling overwhelmed. Imagine if you’re raising a child with special needs.” In a Facebook video posted on the Friendship Circle’s profile, Harlig described the love and caretaking provided by the parents of most special needs children as “something that is like the work of angels.” With that love, however, comes pain, worry and an often overwhelming challenge. He begged those feeling that challenge to reach out for help. Friendship Circle Miami, which held a memorial service for Alejandro on Friday and has an online town hall meeting planned for Wednesday night, is implementing a hotline service for overwhelmed parents, the rabbi told the Herald. The group is also hoping to establish group therapy or child care centers to help families cope. “One thing that people always tell us is that they feel very isolated and alone, and there’s nowhere to turn to,” Harlig said. “One of the big things that people need is a respite, to have a place where they can drop off their child for a few hours and they can take a break.” The Lifeline Project will be launched in the days and weeks ahead, Harlig said on the organization’s Facebook page. “If anyone who cares for a person with special needs feels they are in crisis, they can reach us at 305-234-5654 or,” the page states. In Friday’s news conference outside Fernandez Rundle’s office, the prosecutor said nothing is worse than the death of a child. “The death of a child is tragic; the killing of a child is horrific,” the prosecutor said. Fernandez Rundle praised the work of Miami-Dade County detectives, who she said combed the community for evidence and witnesses and quickly established the truth of the case. “The tragic loss of the life of a 9-year-old boy, and the loss, really, of any young life, leaves all of us grieving,” Fernandez Rundle said. “This boy’s senseless, senseless death will stay with all of us, just as his bright smile that shines out from the photographs we’ve all seen.” Harlig said in a statement that his organization’s leaders are shocked and saddened by Alejandro’s death. “No child should ever be in this position, especially a child with special needs who cannot call out for help,” the rabbi said. “We all grieve for Alejandro and his family.”