I’m increasingly amused by the newest arguments over contraceptives. As everyone knows, the president has ordered insurance companies must provide contraceptive coverage for anyone being insured by an employer.
Police respond to at least 36 incidents
Walter James Chatman Jr., 31, is expected to make his first court appearance today.
Cost-of-living-adjustments for employees have been discretionary for several years, officials say.
In a letter to the editor, Sterling Fallin of Baconton says that feds are in cahoots with OPEC on gas prices.
In a letter to the editor, Dr. Art Brown of Albany says that Georgia needs to rethink the charter school idea.
State officials would regain the power to create charter schools even in communities where local school boards don't want them, under a constitutional amendment that won support Wednesday from the Georgia House but faces a challenge from Democrats in the Senate.
The Dougherty County grand jury hands down indictments on a variety of crimes including murder and incest.
Albany-Dougherty Drug Unit Maj. Bill Berry to discuss drug problems and teenagers at a Town Hall meeting Saturday.
Most everyone in the U.S. -- 21st century -- will say we have come a long way from where we were in the '40s, '50s and '60s in regards to race relations.
On Thursday, Feb. 16, Mrs. Dianne Daniels, assistant superintendent of Dougherty County schools; a group of local pastors and ministers, and I went on a bus ride to all four Dougherty County high schools. We spent the whole day visiting these schools.
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DCSS superintendent also gets a $7,000 raise.
Dougherty County School Superintendent Joshua Murfree has completed all requirements of a professional development plan (PDP) and has been issued certification through 2016 by the Georgia Professional Standards Commission.
Daisy Edwards, died February 22, 2012
Dolly Mae Langs, Albany, died February 22, 2012
Mr. Henry Lee Hall, Albany, died February 20, 2012
Maxine Dykes, 83, Albany, died February 22, 2012
John Moody, 49, Albany, died February 20, 2012
Monsignor Lawrence A. Lucree, 77, died February 20, 2012
Hazel Smith Tinsley, 87, Albany, died February 22, 2012
Jack A. Swanson, Albany, died February 21, 2012
James Leonard Collins, 98, Bainbridge, died February 21, 2012
Winifredlene Rodriguez Mitchell, 77, Omega, died February 22, 2012
Joseph Benjamin Rowe, 86, Albany, died February 20, 2012
Fred Elton Rackley, 76, Meigs, died February 21, 2012
Jennette Youngblood Swinford, 53, Heflin, AL, died February 21, 2012
George Wakefield, Arlington, died February 19, 2012
James Gibbs Patrick, Sr., 89, Omega, died February 21, 2012
With her significant other in jail awaiting trial, 23-year-old Amy Mein has not been seen since Sunday, her family says.
Police in Norcross spa shooting say gunman killed two sisters, their husbands before turning handgun on self.
Flannery, Travis Goodson and the G&S Band will all be featured at this week's Nights@Dtown celebration downtown.
Elections officials say 215 people have voted early in the Presidential Primary.
Dougherty County Elections officials are urging people who intend to vote in the presidential primary to take advantage of early voting opportunities, including the state's first-ever statewide Saturday voting.
Authorities in the Atlanta area say they are searching for two children who were reported kidnapped after a stranger offered to help the family when their car broke down on the side of an interstate highway.
Police were interviewing witnesses at a spa outside Atlanta where a gunman opened fire, killing five people.
President Barack Obama is proposing to cut the corporate tax rate from 35 percent to 28 percent.
Atlanta Hawks star guard Joe Johnson to miss two games with an injured knee.