Saturday, May 18, 2013
Oconee Patch gives you info on jobs with a planned Banana Republic factory store.
Employer: Banana Republic factory store set to open in August General manager Description: The job post reads, "Our Banana Republic Factory Store General Managers guide team members who are genuine, optimistic, joyful and responsible. They have an in-service mindset and are dedicated to doing what’s right for our customers. They are passionate about working for Banana Republic Factory Stores and growing their career at Gap Inc. This position reports to the District Manager." Qualifications: Click here for more job details. How to apply: Click here You can also view a job posting for an assistant store manager position at the new Banana Republic factory store by clicking here. View more job opportunities in the Oconee area.
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Friday, May 17, 2013
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The Oconee Veterans Memorial Day Foundation is presenting a ceremony Memorial Day, Monday, May 27.
Vince Dooley, a former Marine, will be the honorary guest speaker at an event Memorial Day remembering those who have died in military service. Oconee residents are invited to attend the ceremony, which will held at 11 a.m. Monday, May 27, at the Oconee Veterans Memorial. A Hot Thomas BBQ lunch will follow the ceremony and will be held at the senior center. The ceremony is free to attend, but if you would like to have lunch, reservations are required and the cost is $10, of which proceeds will be returned to the foundation. Guests are also asked to consider making a tax-deductible contribution to the Oconee Veterans Memorial. Residents can register online at www.regonline.com/memorialday2013 or call 706-769-3965.
The job openings is with the county court.
Employer: Oconee County government Deputy clerk Description: Prepares and supports the court in all its functions and provides information and assistance to individuals having dealings with the court. This position reports to the clerk of courts. Qualifications: High school diploma or GED supplemented by one to two years of previous experience and/or training involving legal and computer experience How to apply: Complete and submit this employment application to human resources Deadline: Open until filled View more job opportunities in the Oconee area.
The following information was supplied by the Oconee County Jail. An arrest does not mean a conviction.
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Mr. Pasta & Il Gelato is run by Juan and Diana Rubin.
Parents and students are invited to share with the community senior class pictures, and high school or college graduation photos in the gallery below.
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It was for a man recently arrested in a Loganville Walmart.
You're out shopping -- wearing some new jeans you bought at another store and forgot to remove the tag from. A store employee gets suspicious, and police ask you to step into the loss-prevention office so they can check out your pants to make sure you're not shoplifting them. You're not shoplifting, so you say no, you can't check out my pants. And out come the handcuffs. The charge for not cooperating, you're warned, is disorderly conduct. What do you do? A Loganville man recently opted for the disorderly conduct charge rather than agree to take his tag-on jeans to the loss-prevention office. A review of security tapes showed he hadn't been shoplifting the pants, but the disorderly conduct charge stuck. Did he commit a crime? Share your …
Three other Oconee County facilities showed no critical violations.
The following is a list of school cafeterias in Oconee County that have undergone routine health inspections recently. All information was obtained from the Northeast Georgia Health District's health scores website. Each cafeteria is given a score, and any violations are listed online. The cafeteria is categorized as low risk if there are no critical violations and a score of 90 or more is achieved. For a food establishment to be categorized as high risk, one or more critical violations must be found. Any food establishments with a failing grade — a score of 70 or less — receives a follow-up inspection within 10 days. Rocky Branch Elementary School at 5100 Hog Mountain Road, Watkinsville Score: 90 Inspection date: May 3, 2013 High risk…