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Farmers’ Almanac tips help you get ready for spring

Re-invigorate your houseplants by removing the top Ú inch of soil and top-dressing with fresh potting soil.

February 28, 2008 | | Business


Kitchen Inspections

The following are among the food service establishments inspected from Jan. 24-30 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 shall be determined by the menu items served, the food preparation processed performed, and the previous food safety history in the food service establishment.

February 28, 2008 | | Business


Chamber to hold marketing seminar

The Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce will hold a small business seminar from 8 to 9 a.m. Tuesday at the chamber offices at 230 E.E. Butler Parkway.

February 27, 2008 | From staff reports | Business


Learn to control camera’s canvas

Picture this. You line up your shot and frame it in your viewer, taking careful aim. You hold your breath and gently squeeze. You could be shooting a gun or a picture. Taking the shot with either is similar. With a camera, try not to jerk the shutter release, which results in a blurred picture. Although taking pictures may have changed with the digital age, the basics remain the same.

February 27, 2008 | Arthur Glazer | Business


CVS coming to North Hall

CVS, the nation's largest retail pharmacy chain, has acquired the first parcel of an 80-acre development located at the intersection of Thompson Bridge and Price roads in North Hall.

February 27, 2008 | Harris Blackwood | Business


Bank buys building, lot

Peach State Bank & Trust has announced the purchase of a building and lot at 320 Spring St.

February 27, 2008 | From staff reports | Business


Skaggs: UGA engineers work to turn chicken fat into money-saving fuel

That pack of skinless, boneless chicken breasts at the grocery store came from fully feathered birds. The fat that used to be on those birds isn't appetizing, but it's a valuable commodity, University of Georgia researchers say.

February 25, 2008 | Billy Skaggs | Business


Golden Nail Award given to businesses

Main Street Gainesville honored 13 downtown business and property owners as well as the City of Gainesville and Brenau University for the investment of more than $4.5 million in new and renovated projects in the downtown area.

According to data from the group, the investments accounted for 229 new or retained jobs, six new businesses, four expanded businesses and a property acquisition

February 24, 2008 | From staff reports | Business


Smith: No more one size fits all: Consumers demand customized products

Once upon a time when businesses wanted to reach customers, their method was quite simple. Cast a broad net and bring in as many people as possible. After all, back then people were people.

February 23, 2008 | J.C. Smith | Business


South Hall coalition meeting Thursday

The Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce South Hall Business Coalition will meet 8 a.m. Thursday at Oakwood City Hall. The meeting will focus on educational issues and discussion, including updates on new programs and new school construction. Will Schofield, superintendent of the Hall County school system, will be guest speaker at the event.

February 21, 2008 | From staff reports | Business


Newsmakers in business

Gram receives Benham Award

February 21, 2008 | | Business


Infant play yards recalled after child’s death

In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, Kolcraft Enterprises Inc., of Chicago is voluntarily recalling about 425,000 infant play yards following the death of a child.

February 21, 2008 | | Business


Economic forecast: Hall retail may rebound

An erosion of retail dominance in Hall County began with the opening of Gwinnett Place Mall in 1984.

February 21, 2008 | Harris Blackwood | Business


Kitchen inspections, Nov. 16-19

The following are among the food service establishments inspected from Nov. 16-19 by the Hall County Health Department. The department scores on a 100-percentile scale, with 85 and above considered passing. Kitchens are inspected at least every six months and are required to post their score sheets in public. A new establishment that has never served food must score a 100 to receive an initial report. When a restaurant changes ownership, another inspection is required. The establishment must score a 94 or higher to receive a new permit. To register a complaint against a restaurant, call the health department at ...

February 21, 2008 | | Business


Kitchen inspections

The following are among the food service establishments inspected from Jan. 16-25 by the Hall County Environmental Health Department. New rules and regulations for food service began on Dec. 1. 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. The frequency of a restaurant's inspections will be based on risk categorization, based on the menu items served, the food preparation processed performed and the previous food safety history in the food service establishment.

February 21, 2008 | Bianca Bruno | Business


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Seasonal factors drive Gainesville jobless rate to 7 percent

The unemployment rate in metro Gainesville for July rose to 7 percent, up six-tenths of a percentage point from 6.4 percent in June, the Georgia Department of Labor announced today.

August 21, 2014 | Times staff reports | Business


Newsmakers in business, Aug. 10

Gainesville dialysis center earns award

August 10, 2014 | Times staff reports | Business


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