Katie Austin is a Buford, GA native and has been with Jacobs Media since 2006. She is involved in social media, news, and is the first person you meet when entering Jacobs Media Corporation. Katie reports from North Georgia's newsroom, is a staff writer for Accessnorthga.com and is also handles fill-in anchor duty on WDUN TV newscasts . Contact her at email@example.com or 770-531-6500. Visit her blog at http://thequarterofmylife.blogspot.com
Recent Articles by Katie Austin
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“I’m just a farm girl from Wisconsin and I went to a technical college,” says Dr. Martha Marquardt, the newest faculty member on the Blairsville Campus of North Georgia Technical College.
Federal regulators have been working closely with the nuclear power industry to keep the nation's aging reactors operating within safety standards by repeatedly weakening those standards, or simply failing to enforce them, an investigation by The Associated Press has found.
The Supreme Court on Monday blocked a massive sex discrimination lawsuit against Wal-Mart on behalf of female employees in a decision that makes it harder to mount large-scale bias claims against the nation's biggest companies.
The Avenue Forsyth will soon be home to five new restaurants, retailers and businesses. Increasing its business service offerings for added convenience for Cumming residents.
Department of Transportation District Engineer, Todd McDuffie announces Justin Lott has earned his Professional Engineer License.
No stranger to the demands of serving a slew of discerning guests, Rick Whorf brings three decade’s worth of experience in the hospitality industry to his new role as Head Chef at Lake Lanier Islands Resort.
The Longstreet Clinic, P.C., is pleased to announce a partnership with The Advisory Board Company through the Crimson Practice Management Initiative.
As a business leader and involved citizen in the Dawsonville area, Allstate exclusive agency owner Chris Gaines of The Gaines Agency, LLC has been designated an Allstate Premier Service Agent for 2011.
Alabama's governor on Thursday signed a tough new illegal immigration crackdown that contains provisions requiring public schools to determine students' immigration status and making it a crime to knowingly give an illegal immigrant a ride.
The Cumming-Forsyth County Chamber of Commerce has selected Anna Brostrom, as the first Director of Tourism Development for the chamber.
Public groundbreaking for 11 new model homes at Cresswind at Lake Lanier will be help on June 11 at 11:30.
The Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce will host Business After Hours on Thursday, June 9 at Port Royale Marina & Lakeside Community, 9200 LanMar Road in Gainesville.
Jack M. Chapman Jr., M.D., an ophthalmologist with Gainesville Eye Associates, attended the 16th Annual International Meeting of the American Telemedicine Association in Tampa recently.
Ansley Communications announces that Justin Gilleland has joined the Ansley Communications family of employees.
The Center for Women’s Health at The Longstreet Clinic, P.C., is pleased to announce that W. Thomas “Tommy” Jenkins, M.D., recently was honored with the Alpha Omega Alpha Volunteer Clinical Faculty Award presented by the Medical College of Georgia.
Gainesville State College Business Division Earns Re-accreditation from the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP).
The Atlanta Business Chronicle Market Report on Friday, May 27 will feature the Gainesville-Hall County MSA as the edition’s sole focus.
Dawson County Manager Kevin Tanner was named chairman of the Board of Trustees for the Lanier Technical College Foundation in an election held Wednesday, May 18, 2011.
CVS Caremark All Kids Can and VSA, the international organization on arts and disability, have announced that Brent Crader and Brantley Crossfield have been selected to represent Georgia in the 2011 All Kids Can CREATE national touring exhibition, featuring artwork submitted by students, ages 5–15, from each state and the District of Columbia.
The Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce Agribusiness Awards program shows appreciation of the agribusiness community in Hall County.
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