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.
Belk has announced its annual "Our Heart to Yours" campaign in February during American Heart Month.
Elton Maddox, of Wayne Farms in Oakwood, was elected chairman of the board of directors of the U.S. Poultry & Egg Association.
New technologies, along with innovative equipment and services for the poultry, feed and meat industries - ranging across 400,000 square feet of exhibit space - greeted visitors to the 2014 International Production and Processing Expo here this week.
In the world of computing, the biggest headache used to be a virus. By definition it is a self-replicating piece of code in the form of an application that destroys data on your computer and spreads rapidly.
Chamber seeks Leadership Hall nominations
The deep freeze we all experienced resulted in more than just frozen pipes.
Israeli-based innoBots, a manufacturer of robotics technology used to find explosive weapons for the military and law enforcement, plans to locate its U.S. headquarters in Hall County.
What do you get when you cross a mobile phone with a tablet? A phablet; really, that's what the new hybrids are called, and you'll be seeing them on store shelves soon in 2014, if you haven't seen them already on YouTube.
Norton Agency acquires Gold City Insurance
The lure of after-Christmas sales was strong for Belk customers last week, particularly on Dec. 26.
Metro Gainesville's unemployment rate decreased to 5.9 percent in November, down seven-tenths of a percentage point from 6.6 percent in October, the Georgia Department of Labor announced Thursday.