News about business people in Southwest Georgia
Jessica Lancer has joined Southwest Georgia Farm Credit as a Client Relations Specialist.
State seeking veterans to fill fulltime jobs
The job fair is free and open to the public. Department of Juvenile Justice recruiters will be seeking candidates for jobs including administration, transportation, communications, probation, IT, engineering, counseling, maintenance and correctional officers.
These establishments were inspected by the Dougherty Environmental Health Offices March 31-April 3, 2014.
Research in Tifton may lead to control methods
Prionous root borers, the larval stage of the beetle, damages pecan tree roots by depriving trees of essential water nutrients. This makes them vulnerable to heavy winds. The larvae can also move through the soil and feed on an irrigation system if they encounter a pipe between pecan roots.
Surgeons Stephen Allen, Kelvin Lane will be in new office beginning Monday
Stephen Allen, MD, and Kelvin Lane, MD, urological surgeons, will now be seeing patients at their new facility at 1950 Palmyra Road.
A former employee of the restaurant sued Deen and her brother, Bubba Hiers, in a suit settled last year
Deen family says Earl "Bubba" Hiers closed Uncle Bubba’s to explore development of the waterfront property on which it is located in Savannah.
More than half of motorists surveyed by AAA say they will alter driving habits, a drop from the 66 percent in 2013
Georgia motorists are seeing lower prices than the national average, but Albany is already above the 2013 average for the same period in 2013 and the state average is less than 3 cents below its 2013 average.
New running gear retailer having success in Albany
The owners of new Albany business, Wildside Running, are hoping not only to outfit the areas runners but also inspire more residents to get involved in the hobby.
An agreement between the FTC, the Hospital Authority of Albany-Dougherty County and Phoebe Putney has not been finalized
The FTC is asking the Department of Community Health whether certificate of need laws would prevent the break-up of Phoebe North from Phoebe Putney.
Two Albany icons -- one a former restaurant, the other a world-famous restaurateur -- top this weeks list.
These are the 10 most-viewed articles on albanyherald.com for the week of March 21-28, 2014.
Work will be done between 7 p.m. and 7 a.m. to lessen the impact on businesses and motorists
Those traveling through the work area this spring should allow for slower speeds, some lane closures and traffic channeling markers.
Unemployment rate for Southwest Georgia region declines to 7.9 percent
Labor officials say Albany employers created 300 jobs and reduced the number of layoffs by 24.9 percent in February.
Stewbos Group owners say they will have a new name on their soon-to-be sixth restaurant, a drive-thru on Dawson Road
Bo Henry, co-owner of Stewbos, says the use of the Arctic Bear name, while it fit their concept, wasn’t worth the division it was causing in the family of the founders of the original restaurant.
Leadership Albany spearheads a customer service training seminar
Leadership Albany is heading community training designed to provide better customer service skills to area businesses and the their employees.
While prices have risen, it has been less than normal and is below 2013 prices
A lack of ethanol on the East Coast has fuel producers mixing in a more expensive grade of gas to keep adequate supplies flowing for motorists.
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On the Job
- On the Job with Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital VP of Emergency Services Victor Garcia
- On the Job with Mona Qaqish
- Business Portfolio - March 2, 2014
- On the Job with Julie Miller
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- Georgia ports provide jobs in metro area
- 'Treat Place' now a calling
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- Hardy expanding meat business
- Positive signs for Synovus
- Deen gone, but not forgotten
- New growth for Albany
- Changes ahead at Chick-fil-A
- QU seeking boost from area backers
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