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ALBANY HERALD EDITORIAL BOARD: Good news to start the week.
Thumbs Up! is a weekly editorial focusing on the positive news from Albany and Southwest Georgia.
OPINION: Musical nostalgia strengthens father-son bond
Son’s return of long-lost CDs is like being reacquainted with old friends.
THE DIXIE DIVA: Christmases and birthdays may blend in memory, but each Easter is distinct
It is the parade of Easter suits, dresses and hats that I have worn over the years that ground me to a specific Easter. When I look at the photos or videos of our family’s Easter parade, I remember so clearly that moment in time. I recall the sorrows or joys of that season of my life and all that was happening.
FEATURE COLUMN: The internet is convenient for shopping, but short on creating memories
Saturday-before-Easter trips to the shoe store a prized memory.
No other group or solo act either before or since has had all five songs at the same time in the Top 5.
HISTORY: Free DDT spraying was available for rural homes in Southwest Georgia.
Phoebe Putney Hospital was suffering financial woes while the Albany Undertaking Company was thriving.
The following is a list of meetings happening inthe area this week.
The 50-unit apartment complex would be located near the city’s post office
The Planning and Zoning Board recommended the land be rezoned from C-2 General Business District to R-2 Multiple Family Residential. The Leesburg City Council will conduct a public hearing on the issue at 6 p.m. on May 6 during its regular monthly meeting.
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