Medical Center manager chosen president of state association
Computer cookies, just as baked cookies, contain small bits in them. Instead of chocolate chips or raisins, computer cookies have in them bits of data. Usually innocuous and helpful, cookies may on occasion be detrimental to safe computing.
Cattlemen in Georgia are working to organize a state commodity commission for beef, a step other states are considering as well.
Abernathy Cochran Group cited by Fellowship of Realty Professionals
When you buy your next electronic gadget during the next few months, whether for yourself or a gift, chances are the salesperson will ask if you want to add an extended warranty to the purchase. You're under pressure to decide in a few seconds whether or not to spend about 15 percent of the device's value to protect it. I almost always decline these offers.
University of Georgia Cooperative Extension from the College of Agriculture is hosting a series of income tax courses for tax return preparers.
Longstreet neurosurgeon Grunch chosen as Becker's '29 Women to Know' in field
Agent McClure earns statewide honor
Every afternoon when my mail gets delivered, I can't help but notice how few junk letters I receive. I get a couple of bills, a magazine, the occasional package and maybe a solicitation from a local business or two. That's it. A few years ago I got piles of paper every day. The bulk of junk mail today is sent electronically.
American farmers and ranchers literally help feed the world by producing a bounty of agricultural products.
Tymchuk honored as '40 Under 40,' and area featured in Georgia Trend
Back in the day, if you wanted Internet access, you needed an Ethernet connection; you were tethered to a cable. Then came wireless Internet or Wi-Fi. It's also called WLAN or Wireless LAN, which is Wireless Local Area Network. The technical term for it is 802.11, which is the set of standards for wireless in the 2.4-5 GHz frequency bands.
The end of summer has brought a big drop in metro Gainesville's unemployment rate, down almost a full percentage point to 6.6 percent.
It seems no matter where you are in Georgia, solar power is getting more popular. I was recently with co-workers in Habersham County and we took a look at a farm where solar panels had been installed. It was a great operation, and the farmer seemed well pleased with his investment.
Small Business Center offers workshops for new ventures
NGHS adds 2 to administrative team
Michelle Jeffries wanted to eat at a good salad bar, but in the past she had to drive to Dawsonville to find one.
Page 1 of 1