The following are among the food service establishments inspected from Feb. 25-28 by the Hall County Environmental Health Department. New rules and regulations for food service began on Dec. 1, 2007. Food service establishments will now be given a letter grade that coincides with a percentile: "A" (90-100), "B" (80-89), "C" (70-79), "U" 69 and below. Inspections (frequency of) a food service establishment will be conducted based on risk categorization. The risk type ...
Hall County's largest funeral service company has begun renovations on what will be their third location. Memorial Park Funeral Home purchased the former Providence Church building at 989 Riverside Drive in September. The church remained in the building until earlier this year.
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Century 21 purchases Waters Realty Century 21 Community Realty of Clarkesville has acquired Waters Realty Group in Gainesville. The firm, with its main office at 332 Washington St., has begun operating as a Century 21 agency. "As respected and innovated real estate brokerage companies in their own right, the coming together of these companies means a heightened level of service for area home buyers, sellers and ...
Q: How do community banks differ from larger regional banks?
Global warming, the greenhouse effect, Mother Nature. No matter what you care to blame it on, during the past year or so, the weather has been interesting. Look at any lake in North Georgia and the evidence of the drought is clear.
For some number of years comedian Jeff Foxworthy has entertained audiences with his brand of redneck humor. Lines such as "You know you're a redneck if your momma served SPAM shaped like a possum at your after rehearsal dinner" conjure up vivid images.
Cotton farmers have gotten what they wanted: The price for their commodity has skyrocketed. But there's a catch. Nobody will buy their crop at such a high price, says a University of Georgia agricultural economist.
An increase in rainfall and a slight relaxation of outdoor watering restrictions has given a ray of hope to those in the plant and landscape business.
The following are among the food service establishments inspected from Feb. 15-22 by the Hall County Environmental Health Department. New rules and regulations for food service began on Dec. 1, 2007. Food service establishments will now be given a letter grade that coincides with a percentile: "A" (90-100), "B" (80-89), "C" (70-79), "U" 69 and below. Inspections (frequency of) a food service establishment will be conducted based on risk categorization. The risk ...
Mullis joins The Longstreet Clinic's surgery department
For many years, I have believed that history is an excellent teacher to anyone who is involved in business.
Have you ever noticed that tiny little hole on your CD/DVD drive tray?
ATLANTA - The nation's economic woes are trickling down to North Georgia. The Georgia Department of Labor reported Thursday that the unemployment rate in the metro Gainesville area rose to 4.2 percent in January, up six-tenths of one percent from 3.6 percent the previous month.
In recent months, the landscape industry has been at the center of many news stories - primarily as it relates to the drought and its effect on business. However, with recent rains and the loosening of some water restrictions, many in the Green Industry are hopefully optimistic about their futures.
Attorney Pope honored as Georgia Trend's 'Legal Elite'
When I was a kid, I would create things in my dad's workshop that would revolutionize society. They were futuristic and impressive looking - only they didn't do anything.
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.
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