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One of less than 20 schools nationwide selected by top accrediting body.Parsippany, NJ, Aug. 02, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Lincoln Educational Services Corporation (NASDAQ: LINC), a national leader in specialized technical training for more than 75 years, announces that its Marietta, GA campus has been selected as a School of Distinction by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC). Each year ACCSC recognizes a handful of schools across the country that meet its highest standards for de...
One of less than 20 schools nationwide selected by top accrediting body.
Parsippany, NJ, Aug. 02, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Lincoln Educational Services Corporation (NASDAQ: LINC), a national leader in specialized technical training for more than 75 years, announces that its Marietta, GA campus has been selected as a School of Distinction by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC). Each year ACCSC recognizes a handful of schools across the country that meet its highest standards for delivering quality career-focused education and training to students.
Lincoln Tech’s Marietta campus has a long history of providing career training to students entering the Electrical/Electronics, HVAC, and Medical Assisting industries. Last year, 4 out of 5 graduates from the campus were hired for positions in their fields*.
“We are excited and honored to be selected by ACCSC for this recognition,” says Scott Shaw, Lincoln Tech’s President and CEO. “This accolade is further confirmation of our commitment to student success and to helping employers bridge the Skills Gap that’s challenging them as they attempt to build stronger, competitive workforces. We thank ACCSC for recognizing our efforts, and we look forward to continuing to meet and exceed their standards and the expectations of our students and employer partners.”
“Our team here at the Marietta campus works tirelessly to ensure career success for our graduates and an ongoing supply of skilled, trained hands-on workers for the state’s workforce,” says Chris Biddle, President of the Marietta campus. “Lincoln campuses nationwide are renowned for operating with integrity and transparency, and it’s an honor to have our campus recognized by one of the top accrediting bodies in our industry.”
The U.S. Department of Labor’s Bureau of Labor Statistics projects tens of thousands of jobs in Georgia to become available in fields for which Lincoln Tech’s Marietta campus provides career training**. The campus collaborates with top employers such as Johnson Controls International, Marriott International and many others.
* As Reported to the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges on the 2022 Annual Report.
** Career growth projections can be found at onetonline.org for the years 2021-2031 and are current as of July 31, 2023.
About Lincoln Educational Services Corporation
Lincoln Educational Services Corporation is a leading provider of diversified career-oriented post-secondary education. Lincoln offers recent high school graduates and working adults career-oriented programs in five principal areas of study: automotive technology, health sciences, skilled trades, business and information technology, and hospitality services. Lincoln has provided the workforce with skilled technicians since its inception in 1946.
Captain D’s announced the conversion of a former Dunkin’ to its newest franchised location in Marietta, Georgia, at 725 Cobb Parkway North. This is the fourth Atlanta-area Captain D’s for local owner Anil Dossani, who began franchising with the brand in 2018 and already has a fifth location on tap for Ellenwood later this summer. The Marietta grand opening comes on the heels of two other Captain D’s conversions this spring in Georgia, including a former Bojangles in Savannah and a Huddle House in Glennville.At ...
Captain D’s announced the conversion of a former Dunkin’ to its newest franchised location in Marietta, Georgia, at 725 Cobb Parkway North. This is the fourth Atlanta-area Captain D’s for local owner Anil Dossani, who began franchising with the brand in 2018 and already has a fifth location on tap for Ellenwood later this summer. The Marietta grand opening comes on the heels of two other Captain D’s conversions this spring in Georgia, including a former Bojangles in Savannah and a Huddle House in Glennville.
At just 33 years old, Dossani is already one of the most successful franchisees in the Captain D’s system. He grew up in a franchising family and got an early start in his 20s as a Steak & Shake owner. Attracted to Captain D’s strong presence in the Atlanta area, he began developing with the brand five years ago and has grown quickly. Dossani started with traditional 44-seat dining room locations in Acworth and Norcross, then opened Captain D’s first franchise-owned Express prototype in South Fulton, featuring drive-thru and walk-up service only. Later this summer, he will be opening his fifth restaurant in Ellenwood, which will also be the first Captain D’s in-line with a convenience store. Together with this Dunkin’ conversion in Marietta, he will soon be operating every prototype the brand currently offers.
“My team and I continue to grow with Captain D’s because the company knows how to be innovative both with its menu and its real estate development,” said Anil Dossani, owner of the new Captain D’s in Marietta in a statement. “Converting a former restaurant location like this one helps us save significantly on start-up costs, while smaller footprints like Express give us more flexibility when looking at potential sites or tough real estate markets.”
Dossani is looking forward to being part of the thriving Marietta community. He added, “Marietta is growing incredibly fast. Fortunately, the city’s leaders emphasize smart growth that has the best interests of the residents in mind. Captain D’s is the same way, focusing on operational enhancements that make it easier for owners like me to serve my customers well and keep expanding my business in great neighborhoods like this one.”
The new Marietta restaurant features Captain D’s coastal design, serving high-quality seafood with warm hospitality at an affordable price. With dining room seating for 30, the restaurant also has drive-thru, carry-out and call-ahead ordering options. Hours of operation are Sunday – Thursday from 10:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. and Friday – Saturday from 10:30 a.m. to 11 p.m.
New dispensary provides first patient access to medical cannabis in the stateTrulieve will host a grand opening celebration on Friday, April 28 at 9:30 AM with a ribbon cutting, food trucks and merchandise giveaways."Today is a new beginning for the over 27,000 registered medical patients Georgia," said ...
New dispensary provides first patient access to medical cannabis in the state
Trulieve will host a grand opening celebration on Friday, April 28 at 9:30 AM with a ribbon cutting, food trucks and merchandise giveaways.
"Today is a new beginning for the over 27,000 registered medical patients Georgia," said Kim Rivers, CEO of Trulieve. "Trulieve is equally thrilled and humbled to bring the first two medical cannabis dispensaries in the state serving both Macon and Marietta communities in their health and wellness journey."
The Company also opened Georgia's first medical cannabis dispensary in Macon at 3556 Riverside Dr and will open three more dispensaries this year located at:
"I'm proud to open two dispensaries in both Macon and Marietta for patients to begin receiving the medicine they need," said Lisa Pinkney, President of Trulieve Georgia. "I also want to congratulate the commission along with the whole Trulieve Georgia team on reaching this milestone after the hard work to date and thank both teams for moving expeditiously to approve the dispensary application and conduct the dispensary inspections."
For more information on how to become a registered patient in Georgia and to sign-up for updates, please visit www.trulieve.com/how-to-get-medical-marijuana-card/georgia.
Trulieve is an industry leading, vertically integrated cannabis company and multi-state operator in the U.S. operating in 11 states, with leading market positions in Arizona, Florida, and Pennsylvania. Trulieve is poised for accelerated growth and expansion, building scale in retail and distribution in new and existing markets through its hub strategy. By providing innovative, high-quality products across its brand portfolio, Trulieve delivers optimal customer experiences and increases access to cannabis, helping patients and customers to live without limits. Trulieve is listed on the CSE under the symbol TRUL and trades on the OTCQX market under the symbol TCNNF. For more information, please visit Trulieve.com.
Investor ContactChristine Hersey, Vice President of Investor Relations+1 (424) 202-0210Christine.Hersey@Trulieve.com
Media ContactNicole Yelland, Executive Director of Corporate Communications+1 (248) 219-9234Nicole.Yelland@Trulieve.com
SOURCE Trulieve Cannabis Corp.
MARIETTA, Ga. - City leaders in ...
MARIETTA, Ga. - City leaders in Marietta have imposed a six-month moratorium on new apartment construction. The move comes as the city attempts to evaluate the impact of high-density housing on the community.
Mayor Tumlin says the moratorium will give them time to step back and take a closer look at their current code, if anything needs to be changed and what is most beneficial to the community.
"This review of our code is if you have downtown development what all does that mean? We found we don't know," said Mayor Tumlin.
The decision to impose a moratorium was driven by a surge of building applications that included a 322-unit building at the intersection of Delk and Powers Ferry roads, 300 apartments near Powers Ferry and Roswell roads, and a 135-unit, seven-story complex a few blocks off the square on Polk.
The moratorium does not affect these projects since it was not in effect when developers submitted their applications.
Some city leaders think it is all too much.
"It's inevitable we're becoming a nation of renters, big corporate buys, subdivisions," said Mayor Tumlin.
At a meeting before the vote on the moratorium, some residents expressed support for high-end apartments and urged city leaders not to impose a moratorium.
"We have to move beyond the notion that all apartments are bad," said one man.
"The entire metro Atlanta area is growing, people are coming in, please don't turn them away," said another man.
Mayor Tumlin says Marietta may be going against the trend of building large apartments, but he says he believes in moderation.
"Every city deserves to have its own personality," said Mayor Tumlin.
The moratorium is scheduled to last for six months.
Sinkhole keeps growing in Cobb CountyThis weekend storm are raising the concerns of some Cobb County neighbors. FOX 5 first report abo...
This weekend storm are raising the concerns of some Cobb County neighbors. FOX 5 first report about a massive sinkhole in a Marietta condo complex earlier this month. That sinkhole has just continued to grow in size. Neighbors say nothing's been done to fix it and they're fed up.
MARIETTA, Ga. - Residents of the Bently Ridge Condominiums in Cobb County are still dealing with a sinkhole that has been growing for nearly three weeks. Dozens of resident are having to walk a long way to their units to avoid it since the road remains closed off.
Curtis Williams’ mom lives at the complex. He says the sinkhole has caused her a lot of stress. The walk to her unit has been tough on her.
"I kind of got sad a little bit because she was actually crying on the phone like hey I’m hurting I’m hurting I’m gonna have to keep going around the stairs I don’t know where to go I don’t know if I’m gonna have to move they don’t have no hope," Williams said.
The sinkhole has grown substantially since it was first discovered earlier in March. A makeshift path residents made is now closed off, and the new one is much further away.
"She has to pick my sister up from school she has to go make her errands for the house so just imagine she has to leave come all the way down come all the way around the trail and come here probably about two to three times a day," Williams said.
A sinkhole continues to grow with no fix in sight at the Bently Ridge Condominiums in Cobb County on March 31, 2023. (FOX 5)
FOX 5 spoke with Dawn Hardy who oversees the complex’s HOA. She says they have hired a project manager and construction crew and are working on getting the necessary paperwork to the county to get the sinkhole fixed. She says that’s taken time, and they don’t know how much longer it will take.
Williams says her his mom and other residents, he hopes a solution comes sooner rather than later
"I’ve just been praying. I’ve just been praying it don’t get worse because we don’t know what’s to happen, so I just pray it don’t get worse," Williams explained.