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Wednesday July 6th, 2022 7:04PM

Ken Stanford

Contributing Editor
Ken  Stanford
Initials, Inc. celebrates 9 years
Initials, Inc., founded by sisters Britney Vickery and Ivy Hall, celebrated its 9th anniversary recently with a birthday party at the corporate office in Clarkesville. What started in a spare bedroom and home office has grown through the years to support over 14,000 independent consultants nationwide.
11:43AM ( 8 years ago )
Hall retiree 'indie-publishes' ebooks in pursuit of second career
Flowery Branch retiree and writer Patrick McWhorter is vying for a new career. He has entered the indie publishing arena with the introduction of five multi-format ebooks, four of which are novels.
11:26AM ( 8 years ago )
Minn. lawmakers boost minimum wage to $9.50
Minnesota workers earning the minimum wage will see yearly raises under a bill given final approval Thursday that pushes the hourly rate to $9.50 by 2016 and enables automatic increases in the future.
11:13AM ( 8 years ago )
La. congressman rebuffs calls for his resignation
Louisiana Rep. Vance McAllister stayed out of sight as calls grew louder from Republicans back home demanding the GOP congressman's resignation after he was caught on video kissing the wife of a friend.
10:54AM ( 8 years ago )
Gainesville police seek public's help in locating thieves
Detectives with the Gainesville Police Department have released surveillance video of two thieves who swiped a purse from a customer at Publix on Dawsonville Highway.
9:49AM ( 8 years ago )
Group wants to broaden UGA's family leave policy
Some faculty and staff members are trying to get the University of Georgia to broaden its family leave policy.
9:30AM ( 8 years ago )
Commercial, industrial assessment notices to be mailed today
The Hall County Tax Assessors office will mail commercial and industrial real property notices of current assessment today to all owners of real property.
9:09AM ( 8 years ago )
Georgia's share of NFL stadium costs could grow
Georgia officials are preparing to spend more than $30 million to buy land and build parking for the new stadium that would be home to the Atlanta Falcons.
8:53AM ( 8 years ago )