Linemen are to receive recognition today with the first Georgia Lineman Appreciation Day.
The metro Gainesville unemployment rate decreased to 5.6 percent in February, down three-tenths of a percentage point from 5.9 percent in January, Georgia Department of Labor announced today.
Georgia ports are busy. There is no doubt it is a big part of the economic engine in the Southeast.
The last dozen computers that I've worked on all had two things in common: They were all incredibly slow and all had severe malware infections. A coincidence perhaps? I think not. When I encounter a sluggish system, I immediately suspect malware. It's what I habitually remove from computers when I repair them.
North Georgia Community Foundation names new board members
Bradley Anderholm has joined Lake Lanier Islands Resort as its new chief operating officer.
Growing up in the Gainesville City School System, I did not participate in Georgia 4-H, but over the years of being a county agent I have seen the impact 4-H has on students.
Gravitt joins Norton Insurance Division as operations manager
There is a new phishing scheme currently circulating on the Internet. Its objective is not just to steal your money but your identity as well.
Stowe joins insurance division at The Norton Agency
A week ago, I was attending the Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce's Economic Development Council monthly meeting. We were all updated on the great things that are happening in Hall County. Expansions, new jobs and optimism are setting Hall County on a course of economic growth that tops most areas in the nation.
The last time we spoke, I warned you of the demise of Windows XP and the upcoming end of its support from Microsoft this coming April. I've since gotten many emails and questions from concerned clients and readers who were confused as to what they should do. So let's address that.
This spring Windows XP will be 13 years old. Considering my car is almost that old, it's not a big deal except for the fact that my car won't get an infection, but XP might.
Gainesville-based Peach State Bank announced last week its net earnings rose by more than $1.25 million in 2013.
Developing the latest farm bill has become a marathon of sorts with farmers wondering if it would ever come to fruition.
Wood joins Lakeside OB/GYN
Local craft beer lovers now have a way to take bottles of their favorite brew home.
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