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Little Vine Vineyards in Carroll County has first grape harvest

Special to SEGAZINE

It’s the county’s first harvest in nearly 100 years.
Source: Carrollton Times-Georgian

 International agriculture event highlights Claxton Fruitcake business
Source: Statesboro Herald

Fresh Frozen Foods LLC of Jefferson to be sold for $38 million
Inventure Foods Inc. of Phoenix will buy the processor and supplier of frozen vegetables and fruits.
Source: Atlanta Business Chronicle

Northeast Georgia’s unemployment rate drops to 7.3% in August

• Metro Dalton’s unemployment rate drops to 10.3%
Source: Dalton Daily Citizen 

• Jobless rate in Gainesville drops to 6.6%
Source: Gainesville Times 

Outdoor recreation, wildlife activities bring more than $5.5 billion to state’s economy
A survey showed the number of people participating in Georgia’s outdoor recreational activities has increased by more than 400,000 since 2006.

USPS wants a three-cent increase in first-class postage stamps

Makerspace Albany a haven for DIYers
Makerspace Albany has grown into a 20-member collective bent on absorbing and sharing skills required for various creative endeavors.
Source: Albany Herald

Carrollton’s Greenway Medical Technologies to go private
Greenway Medical Technologies will combine with private equity owned Vitera Healthcare Solutions LLC in a $644 million deal.
Source: Atlanta Business Chronicle

Plum Creek Timber Co. buys interest in four metro Atlanta quarries
Plum Creek Timber Company Inc. plans to buy an interest in about 255 million tons of production at four metro Atlanta quarries from Vulcan Materials Co. for $154 million.
Source: Atlanta Business Chronicle

FBI probing ‘intrusion’ targeting LexisNexis data
LexisNexis’ databases, built from public records and proprietary sources, are used for identity checks, employee screenings, debt collections and other uses. Its clients include government agencies, insurers, banks, media companies, corporate personnel offices and private investigators.
Source: Anderson Independent-Mail/AP

Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce launches Dine In Gwinnett
The program offers a website portal and online community calendar where dining establishments can showcase their menus and upcoming events.
Source: Gwinnett Daily Post


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