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Pike Nurseries to hire 150 seasonal employees

Pike Nurseries to hire 150 seasonal employees

ATLANTA -- Employment opportunities are in full bloom this fall for the nation’s largest independent garden retailer. Pike Nurseries will add approximately& 150 seasonal associates in the coming weeks.

Whether applicants are experienced sales professionals, retail managers or hobby gardeners, Pike Nurseries has a position for anyone who loves plants, people and playing in the dirt – no green thumb required! Interested candidates are encouraged to attend the Pike Nurseries Career Fair on Thursday, Sept. 18 from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. at the Lindbergh store on 2410 Camellia Lane NE or apply at any Pike Nurseries location.

The garden center is seeking applicants at every skill level, from high school students to those with a rooted background in horticulture. Employees must be prepared to proactively engage with customers, take the guesswork out of gardening, care for the store’s plants and more.

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On The Border offering free queso Tuesday

On The Border offering free queso Tuesday

(WXIA) -- On The Border is celebrating Mexico's Independence Day by offering free queso.

On Tuesday, Sept. 16, customers can take advantage of a free cup of Original Queso ($4.99 value), $3 House Margaritas and $3 Lunazul shots.

On The Border has five locations in the Atlanta area and one in Athens.

Grito de Dolores, the Mexican Independence Day, marks Mexico's independence from Spain in the 19th century.

PROBE College Fair coming to Alpharetta

PROBE College Fair coming to Alpharetta

ALPHARETTA, Ga. -- The popular PROBE College Fair will stop in north Fulton County next week, giving high school students an opportunity to speak directly to representatives from their favorite colleges and universities.

The fair will be Tuesday, Sept. 23 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. at North Point Mall in Alpharetta.

A number of schools in several states, including Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Ohio, Tennessee, Virginia and the Carolinas, will be represented. See a complete list of participating colleges.

Learn more and register to attend the fair at gaprobe.org.

Vehicle smashes into clubhouse and runs


ALPHARETTA, Ga -- Police have seen vehicles smash into homes or businesses before. But rarely do they see those drivers smash and run. That's what happened Thursday night at a condominium complex in Alpharetta.

Sometime around 8:30PM, during the height of a thunder storm, a vehicle plowed into the clubhouse at the Seasons. Residents who heard a noise thought it was part of the storm. By the time they realized what happened, the vehicle backed out of the clubhouse and ran.

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Weekend roadwork: I-285 and other sad stories

Weekend roadwork: I-285 and other sad stories

(WXIA) -- Another weekend, another series of road projects -- it's a familiar tune in metro Atlanta.

Crews will be on Interstate 285 and other highways throughout the weekend. As always, all work is weather permitting.

Scheduled projects include:

Cobb/Fulton counties
* Two southbound lanes of I-285 will be closed between South Cobb Drive and Bolton Road from 9 p.m. Friday to 5 a.m. Monday for concrete slab replacement.

DeKalb County
* Two northbound lanes of I-285 will be closed between Glenwood Road and Covington Highway from 9 p.m. Friday to 5 a.m. Monday for sign work.

Alpharetta students create tribute to lives lost on 9/11


ALPHARETTA, Ga. -- The students of Alpharetta High School were only toddlers on September 11th, 2001, but that didn't stop them from creating a touching memorial for those who died that day.

A group of students from Alpharetta High School placed flags alone Webb Bridge Road to serve as a reminder of the lives lost on 9/11. Each flag represented a life lost. The tribute stretched two miles.

While the students may have been too young to remember that day, they were determined to honor every last hero.

Fulton County offers advice for planting backyard garden

Fulton County offers advice for planting backyard garden

ALPHARETTA, Ga. -- Fulton County Cooperative Extension will teach a “Gardening Made Easy” class to assist residents with starting a backyard garden.

The free class is offered to county residents wanting to plant their own vegetable gardens. The class will be held Saturday, Sept. 13 from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the Ellard Farmers Market located at 8400 Holcomb Bridge Road, Alpharetta. Call 404-613-7670 to reserve your space.

Participants will learn the fundamentals of planting a back yard vegetable garden that yields beautiful crops.  They will be taught the newest techniques for planning a garden, preparing the soil and much more to produce delicious, fresh vegetables at harvest time.