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Treasury winds down bank bailouts with $29M outlay
The Treasury Department said Thursday it has pumped $29.3 million into 10 banks, which will be the last to receive investments as part of the taxpayer-funded program to shore up the financial system.
2:25PM ( 5 years ago )
Pilgrim's Pride pays $4.5M to end immigrant probe
The U.S. Attorney's Office says it will not prosecute Pilgrim's Pride Corp. for immigration violations and has dropped an investigation into workers at the chicken producer's plants.
12:59PM ( 5 years ago )
Jobless claims fall unexpectedly as layoffs ease
The number of newly laid-off workers filing claims for unemployment benefits dropped unexpectedly last week, a sign the job market is healing as the economy slowly recovers.

9:31AM ( 5 years ago )
Business News
2009... year in review
A state budget crisis, continued local government cutbacks, the end of the drought and a judge's ruling sharply curtailing the state's access to water in Lake Lanier were among the top stories in the state and Northeast Georgia duirng 2009.
11:55PM ( 5 years ago )
House Fire in Gainesville
Firefighters responded to the scene of a mobile home fire in the 6000 block of Hummingbird Court in Timber Ridge Estates Subdivision this evening.
7:07PM ( 5 years ago )
INK brings in New Year, kids celebrate
Around 300 youngsters celebrated New Year’s Eve early Thursday at Gainesville’s Interactive Neighborhood for Kids, (INK), in the Featherbone Communiversity Center on Chestnut Street.

3:51PM ( 5 years ago )
Local/State News
Sentencing handed down for two former Hall Co. Sheriff Office employees
Federal Judge Richard Story handed out two similar sentences in U.S. District Court in Gainesville Friday afternoon but called each case unique to itself.
6:41PM ( 27 minutes ago )
More attempted political comebacks set for Nov. 3; Clermont special election likely in March
As the books closed on qualifying for the Nov. 3 city elections Friday,the number of former office-holders seeking a political comeback in northeast Georgia increased.
6:36PM ( 32 minutes ago )
Hall deputies arrest suspect in 2014 molestation case
Acting on a tip, Hall County Sheriff's Office warrants deputies arrested a man this week, suspected of child molestation in 2012.
1:17PM ( 5 hours ago )
Alto man arrested for growing pot
An Alto man is behind bars after authorities say he tried to cut down and dispose of marijuana plants while authorities were searching for pot growers from a helicopter.
12:38PM ( 6 hours ago )
Alto man injured after motorcycle leaves road near Unicoi Gap
An Alto man was injured Thursday when he lost control of his motorcycle and crashed near Unicoi Gap on Highway 75 north of Helen
12:12PM ( 6 hours ago )