Search engines are not just for searching anymore. Back in the day they were a simple device for finding things on the Internet. Sure, they still do that. But today's search engines are on steroids in comparison.
I have not addressed Vista, the current and latest Microsoft operating system in this column mainly because I don't like it. (Hey - my ball, my rules.)
Summer has finally officially arrived and so have potential employment opportunities at an upcoming job fair hosted by the Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce in conjunction with the Georgia Department of Labor. The job fair is scheduled for 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Georgia Mountains Center.
The job fair is scheduled for 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Georgia Mountains Center.
Like a lot of businesses, Northside Auto Sales gets unsolicited faxes offering all sorts of deals. Many end up in the trash can.
David, Rich join Bates, Carter & Co.
The Georgia Beef Board and the Georgia Cattlemen's Association have proclaimed June as Georgia Beef Month. The proclamation honors Georgia's 25,000 beef producers, who make up a significant portion of the state's biggest industry - agriculture. Beef Month highlights the economic role of the cattle industry and focuses on beef as an easy and versatile meal.
Wal-Mart Stores announced Friday that the Gainesville Supercenter located at 400 Shallowford Road will undergo renovations beginning Monday.
The newly named Lake Lanier Convention & Visitors Bureau, formerly the Gainesville-Hall County Convention and Visitors Bureau, held its annual meeting this week at Royal Lakes Golf & Country Club.
Steve Dunn has his "regulars," customers who eat breakfast at Jake's Cafeteria and then come back a few hours later for lunch. He began to notice a few months ago that some of them weren't coming for both meals.
Gainco makes trio of management appointments
Goody's Family Clothing, a moderately priced family apparel retailer operating in small to midsize markets primarily throughout the Southeast, announced Monday that it has filed a voluntary petition for reorganization under Chapter 11 of the United States Bankruptcy Code in the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware. The company plans to close 69 of its 355 stores, including the stores in Gainesville and Cumming. It is not known how many employees are affected.
The company plans to close 69 of its 355 stores, including the stores in Gainesville and Cumming. It is not known how many employees are affected.
The official term is "negative equity," but in car dealer talk the term is "upside down."
McCord, Pace named as partners at Norton Agency
A new University of Georgia institute will focus on creating new and improved plant varieties that are higher yielding, more disease resistant, nutritious or simply look better in landscapes.
2 employees promoted at Rushton & Co.
Wallis joins Norton's Commercial Acreage Group in North Georgia
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