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Monday, October 29, 2012
Tuesday, September 18, 2012
The following arrest information was supplied by the Milton police department. It does not indicate a conviction.
A Roswell woman's business had suffered multiple check forgery incidents in her city, so she was prepared when another attempt was made in Milton. The businesswoman had placed a fraud alert on her account, so when someone tried to cash a forged check at a Milton bank branch on Sept. 11, she was alerted and police were called. When Milton police arrived at the Chase Bank branch on Windward Parkway, they encountered a suspect who said he was trying to cash a check. He became upset when asked where he got the check. The teller approached by the suspect said the check presented was counterfeit. While it appeared to be printed on bank paper, it was not the correct format for Chase Bank checks. She told the officer she stalled the transaction …
Monday, August 27, 2012
The combined Synovus divisions will retain the Alpharetta bank's name.
Synovus Bank plans to consolidate two of its bank divisions – Alpharetta-based Bank of North Georgia and the Bank of Coweta in Newnan. Synovus, a Georgia-chartered, FDIC-insured bank, today announced in a news releaste that it expects the consolidation to be completed early next year. Alpharettans won't notice much change, as the combined division will use the Bank of North Georgia trade name. The newly expanded Bank of North Georgia division will have a total of 41 branches in 16 counties. Don Howard will continue in his role as chairman of Bank of North Georgia and Synovus Regional CEO. Rob Garcia will remain as president and COO of the Bank of North Georgia division. Following the consolidation, Anne Bell, president of Bank of Coweta, …
Friday, September 30, 2011
Bank of America says it will impose a $5 a month charge on customers who have a debit card and use it to make a purchase, as nearly all do... Wells Fargo and Chase are testing similar fees while Region's Financial and SunTrust are also adopting debit card
Wednesday, August 24, 2011
Habitat for Humanity benefits from bank's donations,
Habitat for Humanity–North Central Georgia was presented with a $7,500 check by Bank of North Georgia to help build a Habitat home for the Blackwell family. Veronnica Blackwell is a mother of three children, ages 11, 8 and 7. She has endured many challenges over the years, including helping her son overcome a serious health issue. The First Baptist Woodstock teacher said she is looking forward to becoming a homeowner and being able to provide a stable home for her children. Construction on the Blackwell home will begin Sept. 17. According to Don Howard, chairman and CEO of Bank of North Georgia, "We feel very honored to be able to participate in this meaningful home build by making a monetary contribution and providing a team of bank …
Saturday, March 26, 2011
The Bank of North Georgia holds its annual PB&J Food Drive during the month of April.
Bank of North Georgia wants a different kind of deposit this April. Instead of cash, payroll checks, 401(k) rollovers or other monetary deposits, the bank employees will be looking for PB&J. It's the fourth annual Peanut Butter and Jelly Food Drive. The 42 branches of Bank of North Georgia will accept donations from April 2- 30 during normal banking hours. Those donations will be given to 30 food pantries near the branches. Those include North Fulton Community Charities just south of Alpharetta in Roswell, and The Place of Forsyth County, according to a news release from Lauren Muzzy, the bank's communications manager. "Recognizing that there is an urgent need for food that offers good nutrition to children, the bank is once …