Whether you're going by plane, train or automobile, the trip to grandma's house, or wherever you might be going for the holidays later this year, it is going to require digging a little deeper in your pocket.
Cantrell, a poultry equipment, service and parts provider, has been named the exclusive U.S. sales representative for Frost Links, a company that specializes in stainless steel overhead conveyor chain assemblies and other attachments for food processing automation.
There are some great programs on the market to help keep your computer in working order. Some cost up to $30, yet many do not. Surprisingly so, these inexpensive or free programs work just as well as the costly ones.
During the last two years, the landscape industry has suffered tremendously due to the ongoing drought, and many green industry companies have gone out of business. For those still in business, fall planting and over-seeding season is upon us, and hopefully, expenditures on such services will rebound.
As I turned my computer on recently, I was greeted by that omnipresent Microsoft logo. Half a minute later I was still staring at it. Nothing else happened and I realized that was all I was going to see.
The Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce will hold a small-business seminar from 8-9 a.m. Tuesday at the chamber. Madeline Wirt, an attorney with Whelchel, Dunlap, Jarrard and Walker in Gainesville, will present "Immigration Law." The program will focus on the new I-9 form required for all employees and the status of the Social Security no-match regulation.
The Wm. Wrigley Jr. Co., which operates its largest chewing gum factory in Flowery Branch, has announced it will team up with pop sensation Chris Brown, rising country star and reality show champion Julianne Hough and hip-hop artist Ne-Yo to re-record three of the Wrigley's brands well-known jingles: the unforgettable Doublemint "Double Your Pleasure" (1960); the famous Juicy Fruit "Taste is Gonna Move Ya" (1983); and the Big Red "Kiss a Little Longer" (1979).
A new biosecure necropsy building opened last week at the Georgia Poultry Laboratory in Oakwood. The $100,000 facility allows post-mortem examination of chickens without the possibility of introducing disease into the main laboratory building.