Gainesville's Pro View Foods honored for global growth The Atlanta chapter of the Association for Corporate Growth recently presented Pro View Foods of Gainesville with an award as one of Georgia's fastest growing companies. The Association has presented its Georgia Fast 40 awards since 2008 to honor companies headquartered in Georgia. Pro View Foods ranked 10th in the upper-middle market honorees, encompassing companies with revenues exceeding $60 million. Pro View Foods was founded in 2007 ...
Girardeau, 2 sections earn honors at State Bar of Georgia gathering Senior Superior Court Judge John E. Girardeau of Gainesville was honored with the 2013 Chief Justice Thomas O. Marshall Professionalism Award, presented during the State Bar of Georgia's annual meeting June 21 in Hilton Head, S.C. Under Girardeau's leadership, the Hall County Drug Court was formed in 2001. It now serves as a mentor court and is seen as a model throughout the United ...
Agriculture is the largest industry in the country and the pulse of the economy can generally be gauged by how well the industry is functioning.
DAWSONVILLE - An Atlanta-based development company has announced plans to build a commercial "power center" that will bring national retail and restaurants to Dawson County.
Hall County's unemployment rate bumped back up slightly in May to 6.9 percent, up one-tenth of a percentage point from 6.8 percent in April, the Georgia Department of Labor announced today.
Soybeans in Hall County have gained back some popularity by farmers as prices have stayed firm at decent levels. I guess over the past four or five years, soybean acreage has increased by three- or fourfold.
Stephens joins Hall Chamber staff as project manager Josh Stephens has joined the Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce staff as project manager for the Economic Development Division. He manages the Gainesville-Hall County Economic Development Council events and meetings, compiles research and reports, and coordinates prospective business and industry visits. A Gainesville native, Stephens graduated from North Hall High School in 2004. He was a member of the University of Georgia basketball team and graduated in ...
My dad was into gadgets. He liked to be on the cutting edge of electronics. OK, this was the late 1960s so nothing was really small or cheap yet. But when pocket calculators initially arrived on the market, they were about three-quarters of an inch thick and about the size of a cellphone.
More than 1,000 Kubota employees, along with area and state political and business leaders, braved drenching rain Thursday to celebrate the company's 25 years of success in Hall County.
U.S. broiler meat production is forecast to total 38.9 billion pounds in 2014, up 2.9 percent from 2013, according to the "Livestock, Dairy and Poultry Outlook" report from USDA's Economic Research Service.
ZF celebrated the opening of its third facility in the Gainesville area on Wednesday. The newest plant, located in Oakwood Industrial Park, will serve as a manufacturing site for clutches and other powertrain components for midsized and heavy trucks, helping the company localize production in the United States. The new Oakwood plant brings the number of ZF's North American production sites to 22, including 16 sites in the U.S., three located in Gainesville. The remaining ...
Bitzer celebrated its newest Oakwood facility on Tuesday, with company leaders guiding tours through a warehouse where compressors for refrigeration and air conditioning are manufactured and holding a ceremony with leaders from the German company and the Hall County community.
Longstreet's McDuffie honored by association Cheryl T. McDuffie, practice administrator of The Longstreet Clinic's Center for Women's Health, has been honored by the Georgia Medical Group Management Association with its Distinguished Service Award. The award represents a current GMGMA member and their significant achievement or expertise. It was presented last month at the group's annual conference at Lake Lanier Islands. GMGMA's Elaine Cook said McDuffie ...
Every few weeks I hear a panicky plea from across the house, "Honey, the printer's not working." So I bellow back, " Did you try rebooting the computer?"
Metro Gainesville's unemployment rate rose to 6.9 percent in April, up one-tenth of a percentage point from 6.8 percent in March, Georgia Department of Labor announced today.
This is especially true for producers in South Georgia. We still have some cotton grown in North Georgia in counties such as Oconee, Bartow, Gordon and Floyd.
The unemployment rate in metro Gainesville increased to 6.6 percent in October, the Georgia Department of Labor announced today.
Got an old computer and you're not sure what to do with it? Put it in the kids' room or the basement? Give it to Grandma?
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