Happy New Year! Is it just me or do you find it hard to believe that 2011 has come and gone? As we forge ahead into 2012, I want to share some of the accomplishments of the Sheriff’s Office during last year.
SHELLMAN BLUFF — This coastal fishing village has not changed very much since the forties when it had its beginnings.
The three-day event recalls life in the frontier days.
The text from my friend, Stevie, popped up on my phone. “We made the Hall of Fame! Woo Hoo!!!”
Residents say hundreds of black turkey vultures have invaded their south Georgia neighborhood.
A man convicted in August of killing Roosevelt Cooley in a downtown crash has been ordered to serve 10 years of a 20 year sentence, officials say.
irst Baptist Church of Albany will be offering several new courses beginning today.
A Camilla man was arrested after a wreck in East Albany just before 1:30 p.m. Tuesday.
One squawker says the running roosters in their fancy tennis shoes are adding to our population. This fancy tennis show is by far the most comfortable type of shoe.
When you reach a certain age, you contemplate about the past and selected people of your youth or younger days.
I have long wondered why there is always so much paper and trash along the Dawson Road.
America is not what it used to be -- people locking up its citizens in the streets, 14 million out of work, people losing homes and can't pay their taxes.
Forgive my handwriting. I stumbled and fell on the carpet, injuring my right hand slightly. However, my pain is nothing compared to my disgust for the Iowa caucus.
The Georgia General Assembly is set to convene for its 2012 session on Jan. 9.
Lee County’s sheriff has drawn opposition from a former deputy as the county’s top lawman seeks a second term in office.
They just don't make Iowa caucuses like they used to.
Further proof that our take on things is all about perspective, skewed though it sometimes may be: I was talking with a guy I know over the holidays about the end of 2011 and the challenges we face as a community, as a state, as a nation, even as a race of people, in 2012.
Albany police responds to at least 25 incidents
The Albany City Commission will appoint members to staff positions and its various citizen boards on Jan. 25.
There have been a string of break-ins in a northwest Albany neighborhood over the last several days.
A gathering of business people, co-workers and friends is held to honor outgoing Albany Area Chamber CEO Catherine Glover.
Debra Long is named mayor pro tem at the Leesburg City Council's first meeting of 2012.
Check out today's squawk of the day!
Ruth Butzin Schultz Ohmart, 95 of Albany, GA died peacefully at home on Saturday, Dec. 31, 2011
Mrs. Scarlett Elese Tucker Childers, was called home by her Heavenly Father on Sunday, January 1, 2012
Edna Bledsoe Johnston, 78, passed away Wednesday, December 28, 2011
Mary Swann Nicholson, 90, of Dawson passed away on Tuesday, January 3, 2012
Julie A. McClung, 39, of Leesburg, GA died Tuesday, January 3, 2012
Mr. Charlie Greene, Jr., 76, of Pelham, GA died Wednesday, December 28, 2011
Mrs. Tracey A. Bowen, 37, of Anderson City died Monday January 2, 2012
Mr. William Jerry Snead, 68, of Albany died on January 3, 2012
Mr. Aaron Taylor, Jr., 87, of Tuscaloosa, AL died on January 2, 2012
Mrs. Lori Ann Moore Adams, 27, of Ashburn died Tuesday January 3, 2012
Mrs. Wilma J. Loyd, 71, of Oakfield died Tuesday January 3, 2012
Kate Pendleton Lenhardt Owens, 83, of Albany, GA, died Sunday, January 1, 2012
CRCT report, tribunals and other fallout expected to be discussed.
The Dougherty County School System’s school board plans to discuss tribunals and fallout from the CRCT scandal at a called meeting.
Ms. Epsie Love, 48, of Albany died on January 2, 2012
John E. Dutch, 86, of Fitzgerald died January 2, 2012
Clyde Johnson 75 of Newton,GA passed away Dec 29, 2011
A Camilla ethanol plant’s president says the company is looking forward to a bright future.
Deacon Joe Hilton Franklin, Sr. of Plains died on December 31, 2011
Mrs. Nichols passed away Monday in Snellville