News Nearby: Kennesaw Jobs Coming; Child Abuse Suspects Denied Bond
A roundup of metro Atlanta headlines for Friday, Oct. 5.
A company with operations in Kennesaw announced Thursday that it plans to hire 600 temps by end of the November.
Alorica, which specializes in customer management outsourcing solutions, said it needs full-time and part-time customer service representatives to handle incoming calls "for a reoccurring seasonal project."
The company will hold hiring job fairs Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at its call center, 2120 Barrett Park Dr., Kennesaw.
For more details visit Kennesaw Patch.
The parents of the Dallas teen who last month had been found malnourished in a Los Angeles bus station were denied bond, according to published reports.
Paul and Sheila Comer now await an Oct. 25 hearing after being denied bond during a hearing in a Paulding County courtroom Thursday.
Get the details from Dallas-Hiram Patch.
Charter schools and HR 1162 were the subjects of a forum Thursday sponsored by the Smyrna Education Roundtable.
Elected officials and charter school advocates were on hand for the discussion. Learn more at Smyrna-Vinings Patch.