Sunday, October 7, 2012
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These are the 10 most viewed stories on albanyherald.com for the week of Sept. 28 - Oct. 10, 2012. Click on the headlines to view the stories.
ALBANY, Ga. — After struggling with ordinances that restrict flags and other roadside signs, the Gieryic family performed a sad duty -- it lowered its two flags in honor of a flag-bearing friend killed in Afghanistan.
ALBANY, Ga. — On the run since Jan. 1, Cedric Demond Pittmon sat in the Dougherty County Jail Wednesday after carelessly crossing a street in Clayton County, according to reports.
ALBANY, Ga. — According to a report from the Dougherty County Coroner's Office a 46-year-old man died of natural causes on Pointe North Boulevard.
ALBANY, Ga. — On Nov. 6, Georgia voters will decide the fate of the controversial Amendment 1, which would allow the creation of state charter schools without the approval of local school boards.
ALBANY, Ga. — The Albany Herald has entered into a new printing agreement with Gannett Co. that will result in a reduction in the newspaper's press and mailroom departments.
ALBANY, Ga. — A group of Southwest Georgians managed to earn a spot in Georgia Trend’s coveted “40 under 40” class for 2012.
ALBANY, Ga. — For 100 years, the U.S. Post Office at 345 West Broad Ave. has been moving letters and packages in and out of Albany. That will end on Dec. 2 when the United States Postal Service closes the facility.