Gainesville attorney Brim named Fellow by American College of Trial Lawyers
Free programs are great and the Internet is full of them. The problem is that many of these so-called freebies come with a price called malware that piggyback the application or utility you are trying to download.
Haynie named account manager for Fockele Garden Co.'s Atlanta customers
The preliminary unemployment rate in metro Gainesville declined to 6.7 percent in September, down five-tenths of a percentage point from a revised 7.2 percent in August, Georgia Department of Labor announced today.
Chicken has done something that most cattlemen thought was not possible: Americans are eating more chicken now than ever before.
Milton Martin earns spot on Top 100 Dealer to Work For list Milton Martin Toyota-Scion of Gainesville has been cited by Automotive News as one of its Top 100 Dealers to Work For for 2012. Milton Martin was chosen among the best medium-sized dealerships in a ranking of those who have between 50 and 99 employees. The selection was from among some 20,600 companies nationwide. Mike, Ricky and Tommy Martin received the award last week ...
Passwords are part of computing; there is no way around that. If you use a computer and the Internet, you will eventually need to use them. You may or may not need a password to log onto your computer, but one was needed to get your email this morning. Even if you didn't have to manually type one in, your computer recalled it for you.
The visitor center at the Mayfield Dairy Farms in Braselton will reopen its doors in November.
Mansfield Oil Co. now holds the distinction of being the first Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design certified building in Hall County.
Sloan appointed to Teachers Retirement System board William G. Sloan Jr. of Gainesville has been appointed to the Board of Trustees of the Teachers Retirement System of Georgia. Sloan has been the executive director of the Georgia Retired Educators Association since 2005. He retired in 2005 after serving as principal of East Hall High School for more than 17 years. He was named state High School Principal of the Year in 2004 by the Georgia ...
About 300 people were on hand Wednesday as the Belk at Lakeshore Mall in Gainesville held its grand reopening after remodeling.
If you've ever had to call tech support for a networking issue, they most likely asked you at some point to type your router's IP address into your computer. That address would have looked something like 192.168.0.1.
OAKWOOD - Luxury items typically don't sell in an economic downturn, but Camping World is more than defying the odds - it has finished up a nearly $1 million expansion of its South Hall business and is looking at further improvements.
Advance Auto Parts store to open on Monday in Cleveland Advance Auto Parts Inc. will open its first store in Cleveland at 381 Donald E Thurmond Parkway next to Walmart on Monday. Martin Guzman is the store's general manager with nine employees. A veteran of the automotive and retail sales industries, he has been with Advance Auto Parts for seven years. He is certified by the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence. "This new store's ...
There's good news on the local jobs front going into the last quarter of 2012. The preliminary unemployment rate in metro Gainesville declined to 7.2 percent in August, down five-tenths of a percentage point from 7.7 percent in July, the Georgia Department of Labor announced today. The local jobless rate was 8.1 percent in August 2011. The rate decreased because there were 425 fewer layoffs in manufacturing and administrative and support services. Also, the metro ...
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.
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.
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