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A 23-year-old died from injuries sustained in a Sunday car wreck in west Cobb, police announced. Amarjeet S. Ranhotra of Acworth was killed in the crash, which occurred on Due West Road near its intersection with Lanesborough Drive, according to the Cobb County Police Department. Ranhotra was driving eastbound in a 2002 silver Honda Odyssey, police said. At around 7:30 a.m., while negotiating a left curve, Ranhotra lost control and crossed into the westbound lane. The right side of the Honda collided with the front of a brown 2012 Ford F-250. Ranhotra was fatally injured and pronounced dead at the scene, police said. The driver of the Ford was taken to Wellstar Kennestone Hospital with injuries described as non-life threatening. A Smyrna man was arrested Saturday evening, accused by police of causing a crash at South Cobb Parkway and Spinks Drive that left another man seriously injured. Selvin De Jesus Herrera-Lopez, 31, is charged with seven misdemeanors, including DUI, open container and reckless driving, according to jail records. Marietta police say his 2021 Toyota Tacoma struck the rear of 62-year-old Christopher Okabah's Toyota Camry around 6:50 p.m. Saturday. Marietta police said Herrera-Lopez was speeding, traveling south on Cobb Parkway, when he failed to yield for Okabah. After being struck by Herrera-Lopez, Okabah's vehicle struck the rear of a stopped 2020 Jeep Gladiator driven a 41-year-old man from Florida. According to police, Herrera-Lopez's truck rolled over once before landing back on its wheels and coming to rest on the side of the road. Okabah sustained serious injuries and was transported to Wellstar Kennestone Hospital for treatment, police said. Herrera-Lopez and the Florida man sustained minor injuries. Hat tricks are usually kept for soccer or hockey. It's not often you find one on the football field, but that is exactly what happened over a 7 minute period in McEachern's 26-0 victory over Alpharetta in the second round of the Class 7A flag football playoffs on Tuesday. Senior Kye Giddens intercepted three passes on three consecutive Alpharetta drives. She set up two short touchdown drives on the first two, but on the third, she returned it 25 yards for a touchdown with 40.3 seconds left in the first half. The effort helped the Indians remain undefeated at 18-0, and they will host Milton, which they beat 7-6 in the season opener, in the state quarterfinals on Thursday. Giddens, who is mainly a wide receiver on offense, made one of her few times on defense count against Alpharetta. Crunch time came with 7:39 to play in the first half. Amber Kirkpatrick had just thrown her first touchdown pass of the game to give the Indians a 7-0 lead. On the first play of the ensuing Alpharetta drive, Giddens grabbed her first interception to set the offense up with a short field. Two plays later, Kirkpatrick connected with De'Aysia Williams for a touchdown with 3:48 to play for a 13-0 lead. The win was the 12th shutout of the season, and now the Indians will try to do something they haven't done before. All three years they have advanced to the state quarterfinals, but they have yet to advance to the semifinals. Of the eight teams remaining in the Class 7A playoffs, McEachern is one of four Cobb County teams still alive. Marietta advanced to quarterfinals by beating Wheeler 26-0 in opener, then defeated Archer 6-0. Allatoona downed Westlake and Centennial by identical 26-7 scores, and Pope (beat Osborne 27-7 in Round 1 and followed by rolling past Grayson 32-12. The Blue Devils will host North Gwinnett, the Buccaneers will host Roswell and the Greyhounds will travel to Blessed Trinity on Thursday. The winners will advance to the semifinals December 5 at the Atlanta Falcons training facility in Flowery Branch A new bike station in Cobb's commercial hub was unveiled Tuesday, now the eighth of the network. The station is next to the Battery's Silver Deck on Circle 75 Parkway, steps from Truist Park. Riders will have direct access to the Cobb Galleria across the pedestrian bridge over I-285, along with dozens of miles of trails around the area. With the launch of the station by the Cumberland Community Improvement District (CID), it brings the program's total fleet up to about 40 bikes. As with the rest of Cumberland's fleet, the bikes are unlocked using a QR code printed on their body. The first hour of a ride is free, followed by a fee of $3 per hour. Ali Nuckles of Georgia Commute Options, a group that aims to reduce pollution by encouraging alternative transportation modes, said the bike share program would help reduce emissions and traffic. Other stations are located near the Galleria, Cumberland Mall, the Rottenwood Creek trailhead, and on the far side of the Battery. The CID hopes to soon open a ninth station along Akers Mill Road, between Cumberland Boulevard and Powers Ferry Road. That expansion will bring the fleet up to 45 bikes. Interested residents can look up the full trail network along with bike station locations at cumberlandtrails.org. On Giving Tuesday, the day of charitable giving that follows the commercial holidays of Black Friday and Cyber Monday, a Cobb County YMCA distributed food to local families at Smyrna's Brumby Elementary. The Northeast Cobb Family YMCA distributes food every week. This Tuesday, each family could receive fresh onions, apples, cabbage, cucumbers and bread, along with canned goods. Gayle Battersby, the director of operations at the Northeast Cobb Family YMCA in east Cobb, said they partner with the Atlanta Community Food Bank to provide the produce. YMCAs across the country scaled up their food distribution programs in March of 2020. Battersby said when the pandemic hit, the number of families requiring help shot up. At one point, the Northeast Cobb YMCA was providing food to about 475 Cobb families weekly. That number declined as the pandemic receded, but she said it recently spiked again to around 270 as the cost of rent and gas has increased. The food is distributed almost entirely by a team of volunteers, and the funds for the program are raised entirely by the Northeast Cobb YMCA. According to volunteer Joan Cotter, the crowd of people receiving food on Tuesday was small compared to the usual turnout. She said last week, before Thanksgiving, the volunteers had to organize the cars into five separate lines. On Giving Tuesday, the Journal counted 15 cars in line 30 minutes after the event began. Troop 353 held an Eagle Scout ceremony on November 19 at Burnt hickory Baptist Church. The scouts were: Tyler Clement, a senior at Hillgrove High School, whose project was a Tranquility Garden at Cobb Hospital. Jacob Fisher, a senior at Allatoona High School, whose project was building a Gaga Ball pit at Due West United Methodist Church. Luke White, a senior at Living Science Academy, whose project was a playground fence at Cobb Vineyard Church in Kennesaw. Sean Cauffiel, a senior at Harrison High School, whose project was a Butterfly Garden at Ford Elementary. Daniel Hurley, a senior at Harrison High School, whose project was an outdoor clasroom at Ford Elementary. All of these scouts started together as Cub Scouts, rose through the ranks and crossed over to Troop 353. They all stayed in their own patrol and made Eagle together. #CobbCounty #Georgia #LocalNews - - - - - The Marietta Daily Journal Podcast is local news for Marietta, Kennesaw, Smyrna, and all of Cobb County. Subscribe today, so you don't miss an episode! 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On Tuesday afternoon, the Cobb Board of Elections certified the results of the November 8 election, declaring Madelyn Orochena the winner of a tight special election for Post 1 of the Kennesaw City Council. That result, however, stood for about 24 hours. Orochena now appears to have lost. Cobb's certified results had shown Orochena leading the seven-candidate field, 16 votes ahead of Lynette Burnette in second place. In the brief period after certification, the city had invited the apparent winner to come in for an orientation, and a swearing-in ceremony was being planned, Orochena said. She had spoken with the city clerk, who was ordering business cards and name tags. But then, around 4 p.m. Wednesday, Orochena got a call from Cobb Elections Director Janine Eveler. There had been a mistake. While preparing for an audit, Cobb elections staff discovered that one of the two memory cards from precinct Kennesaw 3A — containing 789 votes — had not been properly uploaded before certification. The new results flipped the election, putting Burnette ahead by 31 votes. At a special-called meeting scheduled for 2 p.m. Friday, the Board of Elections plans to recertify the updated results. Orochena, meanwhile, has requested a recount from the county, and filed a complaint with the secretary of state's office. The Atlanta Braves and their real estate arm will split from owner Liberty Media to become a publicly traded company. If the deal is approved by Major League Baseball and the Internal Revenue Service, the team will be held by a new firm, Atlanta Braves Holdings. The company will include under its umbrella the Braves' assets and liabilities for the team, Truist Park, the Battery Atlanta, and its cash holdings. The Braves organization was estimated this year to be worth around $2.1 billion by Forbes. The team would join others like Manchester United as among the few publicly traded sports franchises, per the Wall Street Journal. The Braves move is part of a larger financial reclassification by Liberty of its various entertainment holdings, the company said, as it reorganizes its holdings in Formula 1 racing and Sirius XM. A Marietta church will kick off a new digital literacy program for formerly incarcerated people on Saturday, and the program has a major tech company attached to it. Pleasant Grove Missionary Baptist Church is partnering with Google through the Grow with Google Fund for Justice Impacted Communities, which the Rev. Dr. Sammie Dow, the church's senior pastor, said will aim to engage more than 2,000 people around Marietta and Cobb over the next two years. Pleasant Grove's program will begin Saturday with the “Digitize Your Day” seminar at 12:30 p.m. The seminar will introduce participants to the program and the digital skills necessary to everyday living. Dow told the MDJ the program will serve as a resource for people impacted by the justice system, empowering them to acquire digital skills post-incarceration. He said the program will also enable the church to establish its own workforce development and training center, with the hope that it will help close digital literacy gaps and serve as a launchpad for participants to gain employment or promotions in their jobs. Cobb police said Thursday they have made an arrest for a murder this summer at the Highlands of West Village apartments in Smyrna. Decatur resident Tavis Crankfield, 20, was apprehended Wednesday afternoon after a “brief foot chase,” the department said, near Powers Ferry and Delk roads. Crankfield has been charged with the murder of Jason Escoffrey in July. Escoffrey, 21, was found shot multiple times near the apartments' swimming pool on the night of July 17. Crankfield fled the scene before officers arrived, police said. In August, the department issued a public call for assistance in solving the murder. Crankfield is currently being held at the Cobb jail without bond. A new Southern fast food joint opened near Town Center mall this week. Cozy Coop, which serves fried chicken, ribs and Southern sides, opened Tuesday. The restaurant is on Barrett Creek Boulevard, just off Barrett Parkway, near Interstate 575. The new restaurant is the invention of cousins Mike Madonna and Ricky Navas. Madonna, who is a restaurateur, said he had always wanted to do a better fried chicken that elevates the fare of national brands like Popeye's and KFC. Navas said that to do that, Crazy Coop will use better ingredients and methods. Navas is a Georgia native and chef whose resume includes Atlanta restaurants like Storico Fresco, Paces & Vine, and Murphy's. He said the store's suburban location feels like a return to his old stomping grounds of Alpharetta and Kennesaw. Every meal at Cozy Coop comes with cornbread and one of their Southern sides — mac and cheese, collard greens, candied yams, crispy okra, french fries or coleslaw. The menu also features large family-style meals. An employee of Cobb Superior Court Clerk Connie Taylor has accused Taylor of ordering her to destroy records related to her collection of passport fees, according to documents obtained by the MDJ. In a letter sent to the Board of Commissioners and other county staff Thursday, Taylor is alleged to have told accounting manager Maya Curry, “We're just going to Donald Trump this thing,” after her office received an open records request related to her fee collections. The letter was drafted by Curry's attorney, State Rep. Stacey Evans, D-Atlanta, and comes amid scrutiny of passport fees retained by Taylor as personal income. Taylor has reportedly personally collected over $425,000 in fees since taking office in January 2021. The Board of Commissioners was set to take about $83,000 of those collections back into the county coffers at their meeting Thursday night, which Taylor said she had mistakenly collected due to a system "error." But the agenda item was abruptly pulled at the top of the meeting. After receiving the open records request on October 11, Taylor allegedly told Curry she did not have to comply with the request, instructing her to delete electronic records related to the fee collections. Curry, who was “scared, intimidated, anxious, and shocked by what Ms. Taylor was demanding,” complied with the demand, per the letter. #CobbCounty #Georgia #LocalNews - - - - - The Marietta Daily Journal Podcast is local news for Marietta, Kennesaw, Smyrna, and all of Cobb County. Subscribe today, so you don't miss an episode! 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LIVE from the GNFCC 2022 Women in Leadership Summit: Gloria Mattei, Nothing Bundt Cakes (North Fulton Business Radio, Episode 569) Gloria Mattei, Owner of two Nothing Bundt Cakes stores in North Fulton, joined North Fulton Business Radio host John Ray LIVE from the GNFCC 2022 Women in Leadership Summit. They talked about the growth of […] The post LIVE from the GNFCC 2022 Women in Leadership Summit: Gloria Mattei, Nothing Bundt Cakes appeared first on Business RadioX ®.
LIVE from the GNFCC 2022 Women in Leadership Summit: Dr. Malika Reed Wilkins, Atlanta Regional Commission (North Fulton Business Radio, Episode 567) Dr. Malika Reed Wilkins, Chief External Affairs Officer at the Atlanta Regional Commission, joined host John Ray on North Fulton Business Radio LIVE from the GNFCC 2022 Women in Leadership Summit. Dr. Wilkins […] The post LIVE from the GNFCC 2022 Women in Leadership Summit: Dr. Malika Reed Wilkins, Atlanta Regional Commission appeared first on Business RadioX ®.
Welcome to The Big Impact Ep 250 - Us In Mind - Changing Your Marriage w/ Ted Lowe as we visit with best-selling author Ted Lowe to explore his new book, "Us In Mind." You'll hear about 5 powerful thoughts for improving your marriage. Research shows happy couples think in a way unhappy couples don't. What if you could ensure your thoughtswere setting you up to love well? You can. In Us In Mind: How Changing Your Thoughts Can Change Your Marriage, Ted Lowe will help you and your spouse discover through Scripture, research, and neuroscience a simple way of rethinking your marriage. He'll lead you to focus on specific intentional thoughts that are designed to help you love well, even when it's not easy. Be assured, this book is not a stuffy lecture. It's full of humor, real-life examples, and practical application. Whether you love marriage books or hate them, this one holds a fresh perspective on marriage for everybody, offering even the biggest skeptic a relevant takeaway. You can change your marriage by changing how you think, and it's simpler than you think. About Ted Ted Lowe is a speaker, author, and the director of MarriedPeople.org, an organization with the mission of helping you do marriage better. Prior to founding MarriedPeople, he served for almost 10 years as the director of MarriedLife at North Point Community Church in Alpharetta, Georgia. Ted's latest book for married couples is Us In Mind: How Changing Your Thoughts Can Change Your Marriage. He is a graduate of Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, California. He lives in Cumming, Georgia, with his five favorite people: his wife, Nancie, and their four children. ---- BIG IMPACT VIDEO CHANNEL - You'll find free VIDEOS of our podcast interviews HERE SUBSCRIBE to the Big Impact Podcast for free! Apple - Google - Stitcher - Spotify - iHeart
Welcome to Marriage Talk Ep 146 - Us In Mind - Changing Your Marriage w/ Ted Lowe as we visit with best-selling author Ted Lowe to explore his new book, "Us In Mind." You'll hear about 5 powerful thoughts for improving your marriage. Research shows happy couples think in a way unhappy couples don't. What if you could ensure your thoughtswere setting you up to love well? You can. In Us In Mind: How Changing Your Thoughts Can Change Your Marriage, Ted Lowe will help you and your spouse discover through Scripture, research, and neuroscience a simple way of rethinking your marriage. He'll lead you to focus on specific intentional thoughts that are designed to help you love well, even when it's not easy. Be assured, this book is not a stuffy lecture. It's full of humor, real-life examples, and practical application. Whether you love marriage books or hate them, this one holds a fresh perspective on marriage for everybody, offering even the biggest skeptic a relevant takeaway. You can change your marriage by changing how you think, and it's simpler than you think. About Ted Ted Lowe is a speaker, author, and the director of MarriedPeople.org, an organization with the mission of helping you do marriage better. Prior to founding MarriedPeople, he served for almost 10 years as the director of MarriedLife at North Point Community Church in Alpharetta, Georgia. Ted's latest book for married couples is Us In Mind: How Changing Your Thoughts Can Change Your Marriage. He is a graduate of Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, California. He lives in Cumming, Georgia, with his five favorite people: his wife, Nancie, and their four children. - Please support Marriage Talk with a 1-time donation via Paypal Have a question or comment? Email us: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Ted Lowe is a speaker, author, and the director of MarriedPeople.org, an organization with the mission of helping you do marriage better. Prior to founding MarriedPeople, Ted served for almost 10 years as the director of MarriedLife at North Point Community Church in Alpharetta, Georgia. And I invited back on the show to talk to us about his latest book for married couples, called “Us In Mind: How Changing Your Thoughts Can Change Your Marriage.” To contact Ted, please visit please visit TedLowe.com and MarriedPeople.org. -------------------- If you want to help us transform the lives of even MORE MEN for God's glory, please take a minute to leave us a helpful REVIEW on iTunes: http://www.rmcpodcast.com and SHARE this podcast with any young man (or men) you're mentoring or discipling. And make sure you don't miss an interview episode by signing up for our Man-to-Man eNewsletter at http://www.RealMenConnect.com, and grab your FREE copy of the Real Men Victory Tracker. Are you stuck? Want to go to the next level in your marriage, career, business, or ministry? Then maybe it's time you got a coach. ALL CHAMPIONS have one. Let me coach you to help you strengthen your faith, improve your marriage, spiritually lead your family, achieve more, balance your time, grow your ministry, or even stop an addiction. Click here for details: http://www.RMCfree.com Also join us on: Join the Real Men 300: http://www.RealMen300.com Facebook Group: http://www.realmenuniversity.com/ YouTube: http://www.RealMenTraining.com Facebook: @realdrjoemartin Instagram: @realdrjoemartin Twitter: @professormartin
Hear the message from Ps Josh Greenwood live from our 10am service at our Alpharetta campus on Sunday, November 6th! We stream our services live every Sunday at 10am ET on our YouTube channel so make sure you subscribe to our channel and get notifications to join us live.
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Collins Hill athletic director Scarlett Grantham is headed for a new challenge after recently accepting the athletic director position at Alpharetta in neighboring Fulton County. Grantham has worked at Collins Hill since 2007, and has been athletic director since 2016, overseeing an athletic program that won 10 region titles and the high school's first state football championship in 2021. She also serves on the Georgia High School Association's Executive Committee and has served on the GHSA Board of Trustees. She was the Georgia Athletic Directors Association's Region 8-AAAAAAA Athletic Director of the Year in 2021. #GwinnettDailyPost #Georgia #LocalNews -- - - The Gwinnett Daily Post Podcast is local news for Lawrenceville, Norcross, Duluth, and all of Gwinnett County. Register Here for your essential digital news. This podcast was produced and published for the Gwinnett Daily Post and GwinnettDailyPost.com by BG Ad Group For advertising inquiries, please email email@example.com For more information be sure to visit www.bgpodcastnetwork.com For Atlanta Gladiators tickets, please go to https://www.atlantagladiators.com/ To listen to games live, please go to http://mixlr.com/gladiators-broadcast-network https://www.lawrencevillega.org/ https://www.foxtheatre.org/ https://guideinc.org/ https://www.psponline.com/ https://www.kiamallofga.com/ https://www.milb.com/gwinnett https://www.fernbankmuseum.org/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Pepe Fundora, Cork & Glass and Casa Nuova Italian Restaurant (North Fulton Business Radio, Episode 555) Pepe Fundora of sister businesses Cork & Glass and Casa Nuova Italian Restaurant joined host John Ray on North Fulton Business Radio. Pepe discussed his Restaurant Manager of the Year award from the Georgia Restaurant Association, his father Tony’s […] The post Pepe Fundora, Cork & Glass and Casa Nuova Italian Restaurant appeared first on Business RadioX ®.
Today on the Laser Source Podcast we're hosting Home Bound Custom Decor, Sumita and Anuj a self described South Asian Husband and Wife duo from Alpharetta, GA! They have over 33,000 followers on Instagram and they're in the business of educating people on laser engraving and are an Aeon Laser partner. They have a ton of great info to share with you guys and we're so excited to have them on the show! More Laser Everything! ►Access to all my settings, livestreams, bonus episodes and more HERE ►Join us on Discord ►Shop the 2022 Buying Guide ►Shop the Merch ►Visit the Podcast Website ►Visit the YouTube Channel Follow Home Bound Custom Decor! ►Instagram ►Facebook Page ►Facebook Group ►Website ►Home Bound Laser Class Want to mail me something? Laser Everything 320 N Washington Street Suite 112 Rochester, NY 14625 WARNING: Do your own research before purchasing your machine. I have done extensive research before making my purchases and spoken at length with the manufacturers before placing my order to be absolutely sure what I was getting could be imported, would work with my electrical setup and performed the tasks I wanted to perform. A NOTE: Links above include affiliate commission or referrals. I'm part of an affiliate network and I receive compensation from partnering websites. The podcast is accurate as of the posting date but may not be accurate in the future. Settings used in the podcast are for machines of my design and wattage, mileage may vary depending on your machine. Always test your settings on your laser before working on items in a professional capacity. :G
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Have you ever wondered what it is like training, working with, and living with a police dog? If so, then this is the episode for you! I have the opportunity to chat with Alex and Will Sessa for this episode of Fresh Bites on The Bitey End of the Dog. Alex is an experienced and successful dog trainer who owns Peach On a Leash, and Will is a an experienced and successful police canine trainer with over 15 years of service. Talk about a dynamic duo! I am sure you will enjoy hearing about what life is like in the Sessa home, living with a blend of working and pet dogs, and two young children as well!For additional resources on helping dogs with aggression, visit:https://aggressivedog.comHere is the special link to The Aggression in Dogs Master Course and Expert Webinar Bundle. Offer expires on 11/1/22.https://aggressivedog.thinkific.com/bundles/the-aggression-in-dogs-master-course-and-expert-webinar-bundleAbout Alex:Peach on a Leash® is a full-service dog training company based in Alpharetta, Georgia and serving Metro Atlanta and its northern suburbs, from Midtown to Cumming.Utilizing the most modern, science-based training techniques, head trainer and pet behavior expert Alex Sessa, CPDT-KA, CDBC and her team of certified, highly experienced trainers will deliver the results you're looking for.We provide your dog with a positive and effective learning experience that provides quick results and dramatically improves behavior while strengthening your bond with your dog.Regardless of your dog's breed or behavior issues, you'll be amazed at how quickly your dog responds to our training.https://peachonaleash.com/Support the show
Welcome to The Northside Neighbor's From a Backyard in Brookhaven. Today we revisit our conversation with Brad Israel. Brad is the President of Warrior 360, where he coaches leaders and consults with organizations that desire to pursue growth and intentionally develop their team . To learn more about Brad and his message we would encourage you start with his Ted Talk - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sUUULZjetEs A figure that is referenced numerous times throughout this podcast is General Sam Wilson - if you have an interest in learning more about this man - https://www.hsc.edu/wilson-leadership/general-sam-wilson or https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qqNjhenhzRY We ask that you please subscribe to this podcast and give us a 5 star review on your preferred podcast platform if you feel so inclined. From a Backyard in Brookhaven is made possible by the support of a family-owned business, Lights Over Atlanta. Lights over Atlanta is Atlanta's best outdoor lighting company and can be found on the web at https://www.lightsoveratlanta.com/. Our second supporting sponsor is the team at Human Canvas, Atlanta. Andrea and her team at Human Canvas offer Atlanta's best men's haircut, conveniently located on East Andrews in the heart of Buckhead. To find out more or to book an appointment https://www.facebook.com/HumanCanvasLLC/ State Farm Buckhead, led by Zac Gresham makes this podcast possible. Zac, and his team's, mission is to help people manage the risks of everyday life, recover from the unexpected and realize their dreams. Offering Home Insurance, Auto Insurance, & Life Insurance and more to the Buckhead, Brookhaven, and Sandy Springs community, there is no better option for insurance products - for more on Zac and the team at State Farm Buckhead https://www.zacgresham.com/auto/?cmpid=GB777 Thank you and we will be back with another conversation for you next week. #Buckhead #Atlanta #NorthFulton #Georgia #LocalNews - - - - - - The Northside Neighbor Podcast is local news for Roswell, Alpharetta, Sandy Springs, and the entire Northside. Northside Neighbor Register Here for your essential digital news. This podcast was produced and published for the Northside Neighbor by BG Ad Group For advertising inquiries, please email firstname.lastname@example.org For more information be sure to visit https://www.bgpodcastnetwork.com/ https://www.drakerealty.com/ https://www.esogrepair.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
It's hard to believe that I have been doing interviews for over 12 years. My very first big interview too place on July 15, 2010 and it was with former Quiet Riot and current (at the time) Ratt guitarist Carlos Cavazo. It was after Ratt's opening set with the Scorpions at the Verizon Wireless Amphitheater in Alpharetta, GA. After waiting about 20 minutes backstage, Carlos made his way to the corner of the room and took a seat. I didn't approach him right away because I really didn't know what the etiquette for doing this was. I was totally flying blind here. Carlos managed to lock eyes with me, he smiled, and then motioned for me to come over to him. I walked over and he says, “Hey man. You must be Don.” I asked him how he knew and he said, “Well, the printed out interview questions and the recorder in your hand kinda gave it away.” We both laughed and all of a sudden he wasn't a rock god to me. He was a really nice, funny, and humble guy. This is the interview that started it all and here it is, unedited in all it's glory. I hope you'll enjoy this blast from the past!
Ken Adcox, Palmer House Properties (North Fulton Business Radio, Episode 550) Ken Adcox, “Realtor Guy Ken” and Realtor with Palmer House Properties, joined host John Ray to discuss the current residential housing market, specifically in North Fulton. Ken talked about how to evaluate schools, the downsides of downsizing, points for sellers to consider, interest rates, […]
Ken Adcox, Palmer House Properties (North Fulton Business Radio, Episode 550) Ken Adcox, “Realtor Guy Ken” and Realtor with Palmer House Properties, joined host John Ray to discuss the current residential housing market, specifically in North Fulton. Ken talked about how to evaluate schools, the downsides of downsizing, points for sellers to consider, interest rates, […] The post Ken Adcox, Palmer House Properties appeared first on Business RadioX ®.
Hear the message from Ps Ashley Evans live from our 10am service at our Alpharetta campus on Sunday, October 9th! We stream our services live every Sunday at 10am ET on our YouTube channel so make sure you subscribe to our channel and get notifications to join us live.
Scott Hilton/Republican Candidate for Georgia House of Representatives (District 48) Scott Hilton is running as a Republican for Georgia State House District 48, which includes portions of Peachtree Corners, Johns Creek, Alpharetta and Roswell. Scott has worked with the small business community in Georgia for over 15 years. He currently serves as Senior Vice-President of […] The post Scott Hilton, Republican Candidate for Georgia House of Representatives (District 48) appeared first on Business RadioX ®.
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Welcome to The Georgia Politics Podcast! The panel talk about Herschel Walker's latest scandal, the response, and whether THIS one will be the one that makes a difference in November. This past Wednesday, the Daily Beast published a story saying that they had made contact with a woman who claims Herschel Walker paid her to have an abortion in 2009. The story was released on top of the pre-existing abusive history Walker his with women, and the recently revealed children that even people inside his team were not aware of. In response to this, Christian Walker, Herschel Walker's son, who up until the latest story had been public about his support for his father's campaign, took to social media with several posts about his father. One included “You're not a ‘family man' when you left us to bang a bunch of women, threatened to kill us, and had us move over 6 times in 6 months running from your violence.” In response to the story, Walker denied all allegations and claimed to have never heard of or met the woman in question. Later in the week, the Daily Beast acquired text messages shared between the woman and Walker's wife, causing Walker to change his response. The texts also lay out the relationship between Walker and his son with the same woman, which in short is complicated and distant. The Georgia Republican Party has continued to back Walker wholeheartedly, stating on twitter that “regardless of this latest attack by liberal activists, Herschel Walker will become a Senator, and Georgians' lives will become better. Everything else is a distraction and should be treated as such.” Next up, the Democratic Nominee for State School Superintendent, Alisha Thomas Searcy, took to Facebook recently to claim that she has been “ostracized and excluded” by the other Democrats on her ticket. Recently, at the Democratic Party convention, pictures taken of the statewide ticket notably excluded Searcy. The rift dates back to her time in the State Legislature, where she served alongside Abrams. Searcy was one of a few democratic outliers in that time who embraced Republican proposals on education to expand charter school and voucher programs. Since leaving the legislature, she has worked in a Gwinnett based Charter School operation. Underhyped/Overhyped, Play-Along-At-Home and much, much more on today's episode! Connect with The Georgia Politics Podcast on Twitter @gapoliticspod Megan Gordon @meganlaneg Preston Thompson @pston3 Hans Appen @hansappen Proud member of the Appen Podcast Network. #gapol
Welcome to another special “political history” episode of The Georgia Politics Podcast. Professor Stone joins the show again, this time to discuss the life and legacy of longtime Republican Senator from Kansas and Presidential candidate, Bob Dole. Prior to his 27 years in the Senate, Dole served in the United States House of Representatives from 1961 to 1969. He was also the Republican presidential nominee in the 1996 election and the vice presidential nominee in the 1976 election. Craig and the Professor start at the beginning, with Senator Dole's modest upbringing and military service during World War II, and take listeners all the way through his political career, which was capped with the 1996 Republican nomination for President that he would eventually lose to incumbent Bill Clinton. Clips used in this episode: 60 Minutes with Steve Kroft, 1993 1976 Vice Presidential debate Senator Bob Dole farewell address George H.W. Bush 1988 “straddle ad” 1988 campaign ad – “the difference is leadership” 1988 campaign ad – “deficit ad” “Stop lying about my record” The Late Show with David Letterman, 1998 About Professor Adam Stone Adam Stone is an Associate Professor of Political Science and Associate Department Chair for Social Sciences at the Alpharetta Campus of Georgia State University's Perimeter College. Adam was born in San Francisco, California, and he grew up in Los Gatos, California. He graduated from the University of California, Berkeley, with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and earned a Master of Arts degree in Politics from Brandeis University in Waltham, Massachusetts. Professor Stone has followed politics since his childhood. His “first” election commentary and analysis were delivered in 1966, 56 years ago, at the age of four. He is in his thirty-first year of teaching at Perimeter College. His areas of research and writing include the U.S. Courts of Appeals, the Electoral College, Presidential Greatness, Southern Politics, and Georgia Politics. His most recent research examines U.S. Senate confirmation votes for nominees to the federal Courts of Appeals. Adam was a contestant on the Jeopardy! episode that aired on May 20, 2019. He came in third and the game was won by “Jeopardy!” James Holtzhauer, the second greatest player in the history of the game. Connect with The Georgia Politics Podcast on Twitter @gapoliticspod Proud member of the Appen Podcast Network. #gapol
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Apr 26, 2022 Public officials are consistently working to find innovative solutions to complex issues. Invest:Insights sat down with Jim Gilvin, mayor of the City of Alpharetta, to discuss how he creatively approaches his community's more divisive issues and what it takes to try and find solutions that can appease the majority. He also spoke on the ways in which his city is addressing local infrastructure needs while considering the recent passing of the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act.
Wednesday on Political Rewind: Gov. Brian Kemp has declared a state of emergency as Hurricane Ian lands in Florida. Voters will closely watch how the state government reacts to storm damage. Plus, in one of his first stops in the suburbs, Kemp campaigned in Alpharetta with Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin. The panel: Amy Steigerwalt, @DrSteigerwalt , professor of political science, Georgia State University Donna Lowry, @donnalowrynews, host, GPB-TV's Lawmakers Greg Bluestein, @bluestein, political reporter, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Timestamps: 0:00 - Introductions 1:00 - Gov. Brian Kemp held a press conference ahead of Hurricane Ian's arrival to the U.S. The state's storm response might shape voters' minds. 28:00 - Kemp campaigned with Virginia Gov. Youngkin in Alpharetta. 38:00 - New reaction to polling information. 44:00 - Large swaths of voters have been challenged by Republicans in order to find alleged fraud. Sign up for our newsletter coming out later this afternoon: https://www.gpb.org/newsletters.
Donna Choate has a low tire. It is regularly low, in fact, even after attempts to fill it. So, Donna made her way over to one of those oil change and new tire in-and-out drive thru shops. Unfortunately though, Donna didn't drive through. Hear the story on how the mechanic ended up behind the wheel and Donna and her heels were guiding him in and out of the pit. We hope he still has a job. On a more serious note, Caddy shares the story of the Cherokee Casket Company in Griffin, GA, and the recent Community Service award they received. Cherokee Casket is one of the only casket companies in the world that makes caskets exclusively for children, and after the massacre in Uvalde, Texas, they sent 19 custom caskets to the families of the victims at no charge. It is a touching story and Caddy shares with listeners the little things they do to make a tragic event in families' lives a little less heavy. Ever been arrested for making terroristic threats if your college football team didn't beat their opponent? Me neither, but a young lady at the University of Utah just got cuffed for it and her mama CANNOT be happy with her right now. Oh, and Utah won anyways. I repeat: If you want Caddy to run the Mayor's Corporate Challenge 5k you MUST text or leave him a voicemail and encourage him. He is on the fence. 770-464-6024.
Hear the message from Andy Smith live from our 10am Sunday service at our Alpharetta campus on Sunday, September 25th, 2022! We stream our services live every Sunday at 10am ET on our YouTube channel so make sure you subscribe to our channel and get notifications to join us live.
LIVE from the GNFCC Grand Opening Celebration: Lisa Amundsen, Le Macaron French Pastries Alpharetta (North Fulton Business Radio, Episode 526) Lisa Amundsen is the owner of Le Macaron French Pastries Alpharetta, with locations at North Point Mall and at Avalon. She joined host John Ray at the Greater North Fulton Chamber of Commerce Grand Opening […] The post LIVE from the GNFCC Grand Opening Celebration: Lisa Amundsen, Le Macaron French Pastries Alpharetta appeared first on Business RadioX ®.
Let's catch up on the state of play this week on The Georgia Politics Podcast. This past week Georgia voters got the results of two statewide polls, one from the AJC in partnership with UGA, and one from Marist. It's worth noting that these two polls were VERY different in sample and result, but the panel focus on the AJC poll, what it means, and who has some catching up to do. The panel also get into some election consequences theory on what would happen if/when Dems regain at least one of the chambers of government under the Gold Dome and wrap up with some general observations from the campaign trail. Underhyped/Overhyped, Play-Along-At-Home and much, much more on today's episode! Connect with The Georgia Politics Podcast on Twitter @gapoliticspod Megan Gordon @meganlaneg Preston Thompson @pston3 Hans Appen @hansappen Proud member of the Appen Podcast Network. #gapol
Luke Combs gets rowdy on college game day. It paid off. And the Cadillac Jack – My Second Act is here for it. But first, Donna has been a bit tired lately. So much so, she has been trying sleep apps she has found while scrolling the App store at night while lying awake in bed. The research may have paid off, and she'd here to start the show with a recommendation. Part of the reason Donna may be so tired is she had to deal with Caddy on a roundtrip…together…in the same car! Long time listeners of the show will know that that is something the Jacks just don't do. However, it happened when they recently made a 4.5 hour drive to Asheville to visit Olivia and Wil. A little Jack family reunion if you will, now that they have two living in Knoxville. They all survived, with Charlotte's help on the trip back home. Have you ever wondered why the ATM, or the check out person when using your debit card, gets to see your balance when its negative?! Or is it just Caddy? Well, regardless, Caddy has a bone to pick and you are just going to have to come along for the ride. Making a guest appearance on the podcast is Alpharetta Mayor Jim Gilvin! He joins the show to talk about the upcoming Alpharetta Mayor's Corporate Challenge 5k and the new PR he is about to set. Donna also tries to convince Caddy that he should join the Mayor and well, let's just say Caddy has a conflict. Should Caddy run in the Alpharetta Mayor's Corporate Challenge 5k? Let us know what you think. Text or call 770-464-6024.
Hear the message from Ryan Rolls live from our 10am Sunday service at our Alpharetta campus on Sunday, September 18th, 2022! We stream our services live every Sunday at 10am ET on our YouTube channel so make sure you subscribe to our channel and get notifications to join us live.
Have you thought about transitioning out of your business and passing your company down to the next generation? The next generation might be your daughter or your son or it might be the great young leaders at your company. Our guest today, is Russ Clemmer, a legacy planning expert. He shares with us his company's 3-Win Formula to ensure all stakeholders of the business are part of the transition. Russ is the President of Legacy Advisory Partners and helps business owners successfully transition out of the business to the next generation of company leaders. Russ has a great background as an investment advisor, company leader, a former school teacher, and now helping owners transition out of their business. . Russ has his MBA, Series 7 and Series 66. LINKS FROM THE EPISODE:You can visit our guest's website at: https://www.legacyadvisorypartners.com/Download the 3-Win Free eBook: https://www.legacyadvisorypartners.com/signup-for-free-book-download.html If you are ready to franchise your business or take it to the next level: CLICK HERE.ABOUT OUR GUEST:Russ Clemmer is President of Legacy Advisory Partners. Russ is a Registered Representative with Cambridge Investment Research, Inc., a broker-dealer member FINRA/SIPC. He joined the firm in 2014 as an investment adviser and leads Legacy's business consulting services in addition to working closely with David and Marc on retirement plan management. Previously, Russ served in a private school near Charlotte, NC for eight years as a teacher, administrator, and coach. He also founded and directed the 4-Key Leadership Program for high school students. Legacy provides private, one-on-one financial consultation to members of the Alpharetta Safety Department as a complimentary service. Russ lives in Alpharetta, GA with his wife, Lauren of Atlanta, GA. Russ is a Lowcountry native growing up on Hilton Head Island. Together they have four children, Hobie, Johnny, Caroline, and Beau. Russ and Lauren are members of First Baptist Church Alpharetta. Russ enjoys spending time with his family, Clemson football, and lazy days at the beach.He is a graduate of Columbia International University (B.A.) and Gardner-Webb University (M.B.A.). He holds a Series 7 (General Securities Representative) and Series 66 (Uniform Combined State Law Examination).ABOUT BIG SKY FRANCHISE TEAM:This episode is powered by Big Sky Franchise Team. If you are ready to talk about franchising your business you can schedule your free, no-obligation, franchise consultation online at: https://bigskyfranchiseteam.com/ or by calling Big Sky Franchise Team at: 855-824-4759.
On the Cadillac Jack – My Second Act podcast today, Caddy and Donna share some observations and funny stories about the Queen and her underlings. But first, have you been to a college football game recently, looked around in the bleachers, and wondered where the heck these people came from? Donna opens by discussing dramatic change in attire the young kids are wearing these days to the games. Certainly a lot different than when she was a young Evan Williams mule on the campus of the University of Georgia. Go Dawgs! Over the weekend we saw a lot of tributes on TV to Queen Elizabeth, may she rest in peace. Caddy and Donna have a little chat about the latest, the new royal lineage, and Britain's new King. They also talk about some gaffs by former American Presidents and First Ladies in their encounters with the Queen. As always though, Her Royal Highness always had a great sense of humor. Anyone watch any football over the weekend? Did you catch Texas A&M and Notre Dame going down to Appalachia State and Marshall?! My goodness. I mean, good for these smaller schools for showing up to play, but how embarrassing would it be to be an alumni of one of the losing schools? Again, Go Dawgs. I know Donna is not the only one who has been caught sneaking something into a football game. Any of our listeners out there have their own humorous experience to share? Text or call us. 770-464-6024.
Kicking off The Georgia Politics Podcast today, the panel discuss the potential Warnock/Walker Senate debate(s). Senator Warnock has agreed to Walker's preferred Savannah Debate on the condition that there be a second event next month and that the topics not be provided in advance. How much, if at all, would the debates make a difference? Who is winning the debate about the debates? In a bit of a Candidate Corner segment, the Libertarian candidate for Georgia Governor has challenged the constitutionality of leadership committees and Lieutenant Governor Geoff Duncan refuses to endorse the man looking to succeed him, Burt Jones. And is Stacey Abrams' campaign for Governor in trouble? Well, the New York Times seems to think so. The panel discuss the scathing article that was published over the weekend calling into questions the likelihood of her November election and hints at “Democrats in disarray.” But are they? And finally, the Atlanta Medical Center announced that it plans to close its doors in November and Grady seems to be in some trouble as well. What the heck happened and more importantly, how do we fix it? Underhyped/Overhyped, Play-Along-At-Home and much, much more on today's episode! Connect with The Georgia Politics Podcast on Twitter @gapoliticspod Megan Gordon @meganlaneg Preston Thompson @pston3 Hans Appen @hansappen Proud member of the Appen Podcast Network. #gapol
Hear the message from Ps Ashley Evans live from our 10am Sunday service at our Alpharetta campus on Sunday, September 11th, 2022! We stream our services live every Sunday at 10am ET on our YouTube channel so make sure you subscribe to our channel and get notifications to join us live.
In this segment, we feature Berkshire Manor in Alpharetta in our Neighborhood Spotlight, and I received listener questions asking, "We are trying to decide on whether or not to jump into the home buying market. We hear you talk about increasing inventory but we are still unsure if now is the right time." and, "Last year you did a segment on the Joro Spiders, those dinosaur-like things hanging from the trees. Are they still invading GA?"
Your clients want to take the path of least resistance. In sales, resistance might mean too many clicks, too many questions, or too many steps. When your ideal client is already excited to work with you, you want to be mindful that you don't put a barrier in their path. Learn which next step to offer your clients so that it doesn't feel like a barrier. Your very own Sales Maven, Nikki Rausch, is here to offer tips, techniques, and strategies to master your sales conversations. Discover methods to place yourself in the position to thrive in business and produce true value for your audience. Today, learn about when and when not to use a proposal in your sales conversations during this on-air coaching call on this episode of the Sales Maven Show. Samantha Smith is the founder of Samantha Smith Creative, a digital content marketing company in Alpharetta, Georgia. With more than eight years of experience, her favorite part of working with service-based business owners is taking their message and making it stand out online! Clients will tell you that Samantha supports them to level up their online visibility and reach their target audience without using paid ads. They love her ability to think big picture for strategy, as well as her attention to detail for execution. Her done-for-you services include social media management, email marketing, and professional blog post writing. In today's episode, Nikki and Samantha discuss when and when not to offer a proposal in sales conversations. In discovery calls, you may think that offering a proposal is the polite and professional way to go. The reality is that you could be breaking your client's momentum, and sabotaging a potential closed sale. Nikki talks about why entrepreneurs should close while on the discovery call. She also explains what to do if the client asks for a proposal first. Listen as Nikki and Samantha set a clear intention for closing on discovery calls without pressuring clients. Nikki invites you to join the Sales Maven Society, don't miss this opportunity for you and Nikki to work together. Bring your questions, concerns, sales challenges, and she provides answers and guidance to boost your confidence. Join the Sales Maven Society here, click add to cart, and then checkout and use coupon code: 47trial to get your first month for $47.00! In This Episode: [00:29] - Welcome, and thank you for listening! [02:47] - Samantha Smith is a big believer of strategy. [04:56] - Samantha's blogs are SEO-primed. [07:52] - What does Samantha want to ask Nikki? [09:50] - Close the sale on the call. [12:19] - If you don't close, schedule a circle-back call in that moment. [15:20] - What is the “Closing the Loop” approach? [18:10] - Sometimes people feel bad saying “No.” [20:54] - Samantha shares what she enjoys about the Sales Maven Society. [22:46] - Thank you for listening. Nikki is so grateful you are here! Find Nikki: Nikki Rausch email@example.com @yoursalesmaven Facebook | Twitter | LinkedIn | Instagram Sales Maven Society To download free Resources from Nikki: www.yoursalesmaven.com/maven Find Samantha: Samantha Smith Facebook | Instagram | LinkedIn
Let’s get right to it, the boys break down some of the key insights from the 2022 Replant Summit held in Alpharetta at The North American Mission Board. Also, a challenge has been issued to take on the hosts from Revitalize and Replant to a 2 on 2 hoops contest! Now, on to the Summit […]
Hear the message from Ps Ashley Evans live from our 10am Sunday service at our Alpharetta campus on Sunday, September 4th, 2022! We stream our services live every Sunday at 10am ET on our YouTube channel so make sure you subscribe to our channel and get notifications to join us live.
If you are on TikTok, you may have seen the latest from Bulldog Nation on Stetson's Bennett and it's…well, not great. On today's episode of Cadillac Jack: My Second Act, Donna shares the background on the story that involves Stetson, his girlfriend, sneaking out of the house and…Ring cameras. Breaking News Alert: Caddy's undies have gone missing. More specifically, they've been stolen. Caddy tells the story about how his little blue luggage bag full of his leather boots and clean undies went missing from his car while he was out in the world doing good deeds. Of course, Caddy has a theory, and needless to say there WILL be a full investigation. Did you catch the inaugural “Third Episode”, Saturday pod release on YouTube? Caddy gives a recap on how it went and where he still has room to iron out the kinks. We promise to be back better than ever this Saturday so make sure to smash that subscribe button. Last, but not least, Brittany Aldean is embroiled in some drama with Maren Morris and Cassadee Pope over what they are calling transphobic comments from Aldean on her Instagram account. And THEN Candace Owens jumped in and it just spiraled out of control from there. Have you ever had something stolen out of your house or car and care to admit it? What was it? Text or call and let us know. 770-464-6024.
This episode is presented by Recteq @recteq_official! The live show at Truck and Tap in Alpharetta was AWESOME!!! Thank you to all who came out to join us or listened to the show! Drew Butler and Jake Fromm got 3 & Out! The preseason AP Poll is out and the guys give you their thoughts on the newest top 25. Myles Brennan's time at LSU is done, so Jake weighs in on that. They also get into some season predictions around college football. Finally, Drew and Jake go Inside The 5. We get some Braves, golf and Hard Knocks talk. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Everyone welcome in Jake Fromm, as the new co-host of the show! Jake and Drew Butler recorded their first episode from Truck and Tap in Alpharetta. They start with 'The Team Meeting' where we get caught up on what Jake has been up to recently. He's quite the fixer upper, if you catch our drift. Then, we go 'Three and Out' where we look at the storylines in college football and preview the SEC West/East races this season. We finish by going 'Inside The 5.' See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.