Start-up entrepreneurs and familiar business faces alike mingled Friday at the Buy Local, Safe and Green Expo held at the Gainesville Civic Center.
Hasty Pope partner named Georgia 'Super Lawyer'
The Georgia Ag Tax Exemption program, or GATE, has been well received by producers from across the state.
The Gainesville Planning and Appeals Board on Tuesday night recommended approval of a rezoning proposal that would clear the way for a developer to build a 245,000-square-foot shopping center off Ga. 53/Dawsonville Highway.
National Business Honor Society opens chapter at Brenau University
Gainesville resident Linda Cash says she has been a customer of Riverside Pharmacy on Green Street for 14 years. But she's afraid she will have to change pharmacies after her Medicare insurance prescription plan moved to having a network of preferred pharmacies that doesn't include Riverside.
There are good places to go on the Internet for downloads and there are not-so-good places. Often when you think you are navigating to a certain website, you end up somewhere else, possibly on a rogue site. You have been redirected.
The Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce is seeking nominations for its annual agribusiness awards.
A local attorney is the newest member of the Lake Lanier Islands Development Authority.
Gainesville was the best-performing small city in Georgia in 2012 and ranks in the top 10 small cities in the U.S. for job growth, according to a recent Milken Institute study.
HTI opens Gainesville office to support ZF industries
Once every five years, farmers get a chance to be counted through the national Census of Agriculture. As more and more people leave the farm and choose to do something different, the census proves to be an important tool to account for this ever-shrinking population.
Dunkin' Donuts may be coming soon to Ga. 400 just north of the North Georgia Premium Outlets.
With the Falcons out of the Super Bowl, another type of bird is on Georgians' minds.
Chickens might be small animals, but they're the backbone, wing, thigh and breast of a huge industry and a tight-knit community.
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.
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