Business Briefs

Jeff Lindsey named one of "top 20" home builders

Jeff Lindsey Communities is on the Atlanta Business Chronicle's list of the Top 20 Homebuilders, based on the total number of homes closed in 2012.

Jeff Lindsey Communities, headquartered in Senoia, has more than 20 neighborhood developments in the metro-Atlanta area, as well as developments in eastern Alabama, and continues to grow in response to the ongoing demand for quality, value-added family homes.

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Twisted Peelz opens on Bullsboro

Twisted Peelz has opened at 300 Bullsboro Drive. In addition to fruit smoothies, the restaurant offers a variety of Jamaican patties, including vegetarian options, with jerk wings on Fridays.

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