first_img Whole Foods Market will close one of its Atlanta locations, just as it opens a new flagship store in Midtown.Whole Foods (NASDAQ:WFM) confirmed it will close its store on Briarcliff Road, which had been the company’s very first location in Atlanta.It plans on April 5 to launch a new flagship store at 14th and West Peachtree streets in Midtown. That location will feature four levels, including a rooftop terrace.“Whole Foods Market is excited to be growing in the Atlanta with our brand new 70,000-square-foot multi-level flagship Whole Foods Market Midtown opening on April 5,” the company said in a statement to Atlanta Business Chronicle.Read the full story at the Atlanta Business Chronicle >> Legal Advocate Discusses Medical Abuse At Shut Down Georgia ICE Facility For Whom The Bell Rings Share Add to My List In My List Related Stories ‘It’s Fractured’: Georgia Lt. Gov. Geoff Duncan On Healing Republican Partylast_img read more

first_imgDART By KILA NAO [email protected] The Kauka Darts Association received new dart boards from Motu Koita Assembly member for Kira Kira village Arutu Bake over the weekend. The presentation was made on time as Kauka also paid its affiliation fee to the PNG Darts Federation. President Goasa Geita said it was way forward for the association which is into its maturity status and look forward to participating in sanctioned tournaments organized by the federation. “I want to thank the councillor for his continuous support to sports. This is first time for darts in the village. “We are glad that we can be able to use the boards during the competition and also take us to the next level,” Geita said. Bake said sports play an important role in human development and the only way to get everyone is to help them in whatever necessary ways that enable them to change their attitudes and behavior in the village. He also watched the Team game knock out challenge which had 16 teams participating. In the challenge, Hunters were too good against other teams when they defeated Rome two in the grand final. Hunters went through the race undefeated with good wins against Gadota 2/1, Koura one 2/0 before beating their nemesis. It was superb shooting from new recruit John Tau and Rabura Mahuru, Peter Bake, Madia Rabura and Hoge Ginate that ensured they won the K400 prize money.last_img read more

first_imgSee also:Rangers play out goalless draw at Southend Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook Rio Ferdinand was left out of QPR’s pre-season friendlies this week on the advice of the club’s medical staff.The veteran centre-back, 35, was initially expected to play at Southend on Wednesday rather than the game at Leyton Orient the previous evening.In the end Ferdinand, who recently moved to Loftus Road following his departure from Manchester United, featured in neither game.AdChoices广告He made his R’s debut during last week’s trip to Gemany and is likely to be involved in Ireland, where the team play Shamrock Rovers on Saturday and Athlone Town next Tuesday.“He’s fine. He joined us later than everybody else and what you don’t want is him getting a niggle,” assistant manager Kevin Bond said after Rangers’ 0-0 draw at Southend.“The medical and fitness guys just need to make sure he’s ready to take part.”Yun Suk-Young, back after an extended break following his involvement with South Korea at the World Cup, played the first half at Roots Hall.And former West Ham midfielder Jack Collison, who has been training with Rangers, played the whole 90 minutes.Bond added: “Yun came back but the younger guys can just come straight in and he got 45 minutes straightaway.“With the older, senior players who have [injury] history, you need to take care.”last_img read more