These establishments were inspected by the Dougherty, Lee and Worth County Environmental Health Offices Nov. 26 - Dec. 4.
Albany attorney Charles Lamb is owner of the Lamb Law Firm PC
Albany attorney Charles Lamb shares his thoughts on a variety of subjects during an On the Job interview with Albany Herald reporter Brad McEwen.
The Outstanding Georgia Young Peanut Farmer Award is based upon the applicant’s overall farm operation; environmental and stewardship practices; and leadership, civic, church, and community service activities.
Peanut economists expect Georgia peanut production to hit close to a two tons per acre
Georgia peanut acreage, at 430,000 acres this year, could increase by 15 percent in 2014, forecasters say.
Pipeline to plant could bring $1.1 million annually to utility
Albany’s Water, Gas and Light Commission votes to become part of the Municipal Gas Authority of Georgia collective.
Weddings are expected to be among events conducted on former Cypress Pond Plantation land
More than 98 percent of the 1,638 acres of land on a Southwest Albany plantation will remain in agricultural use.
Norton Johnston co-founded the original restaurant with brother Clarence Johnston in 1950
The family of Arctic Bear co-founder Norton Johnston expresses concern about the return of the restaurant’s name on a new business set to open next year on Dawson Road.
True Love would spend more than $27,000 for gifts mentioned in The Twelve Days of Christmas
PNC Wealth Management’s holiday price index based on The Twelve Days of Christmas carol marks its 30th year.
Metro Albany gas rises nearly a nickle in a week while state and national averages decline
Gas price experts expect average prices to decline in the coming weeks, though it may be slower in the Southeast where there was a fuel supply disruption in mid-November.
Stewbo's Restaurant Group to open new Arctic Bear in old Wagner's drive-through location on Dawson Road
A new restaurant with a familiar name will soon be reappearing in Albany, when the Arctic Bear opens early next year.
Contracts pending on several area properties
A local real estate agent says she is looking at a number of potential business moves on property throughout Dougherty County.
These establishments were inspected by the Dougherty and Worth County Environmental Health Offices Nov. 20-26.
The effects of the water mold sometimes are not evident until after shipment
Georgia watermelon farmers found Phytophthora to be a hit to the wallet after heavy rains in mid summer made the disease more widespread than normal.
Claire Leavy is director of Lee County Library
Lee County's Library director looks forward to breaks at St. George Island, Fla.
Locally-owned Albany businesses say they have a lot to offer
Local small businesses are optimistic that their quality service and products can pull in customers.
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On the Job
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