The hospital is looking into ways for improving patient stays, officials say.
Census mailers should be received in mid-March, officials say.
Most of the damage at the Van Deman Street blaze was to a bedroom and hallway.
The institute is planning to hire a project manager to promote and oversee the property.
The board unanimously approves $22,000 in facade grants made to Subway by former downtown manager Don Buie.
A former Albany city commissioner wants to help prison inmates adjust to life outside the criminal justice system.
Under the city charter, Christopher Pike, who was elected Tuesday to the City Commission, would be mayor pro tem in January.
Leader of Westside Rattlers gang pleads guilty, with sentencing expected in a couple of weeks.
A parade, ceremony and party will raise money and awareness for Operation One Voice.- Carlton Fletcher, metro editor
The former state senator says higher taxes and deficit spending won't cure Georgia's economic ills.- Ricki Barker, staff writer
ALBANY -- The board members of the Albany-Dougherty Inner City Authority took the final steps Wednesday to rebuild a downtown grant program fraught with mismanagement and plagued with scandal.The much maligned facade grant program remains at the heart of an ongoing criminal investigation that, so far, has yielded four indictments, including that of former downtown manager and ADICA CEO Don Buie.
As sheriff, I am often asked questions about the sex offender registry process. I know that this is of great concern to many of you and I hope this article will both enlighten you and increase your confidence that we are doing what needs to be done to make this community safe.
The 17th annual event will include activities and rides for all ages, as well as a parade and entertainment this Saturday.
The event will benefit families in need this Thanksgiving holiday.
The four-day run of the troupe's fall production is a musical adapted from the classic O. Henry story of a self-sacrificing couple.
The 3rd annual event will feature readings and workshops with notable published poets.
Saturday's concert will feature guest conductor Manfredo Schmiedt of Brasil and the works of Latin composers.
The yearly exhibit featuring the works of Southwest Georgia artists begins Thursday night.
Sunday's concert will focus on romantic works by German, French and African-American composers.