This week's On the Job features Lorie Farkas, the assistant general manager for customer relations and marketing for Albany’s Water, Gas & Light Commission.
DOSSIER NAME; Amber Love AGE: 26 JOB: Veterinarian TIME ON THE JOB: One month. PERSONAL: Originally from Ochlocknee, Love currently lives in Albany with her three labs, miniature pinscher and two cats.
In a recent interview with J.D. Sumner, Jessica Owens talks about what she believes is the most important trait of anyone thinking of entering the field why she’s just as much at home on the river as anywhere else.
In a recent interview with Herald reporter J.D. Sumner, Stewart talks about life in the banking industry, her reliance on God and the most important things young people need to keep in mind when pursuing a corporate job.
Melissa Childs, the 2013 Teacher of the Year for the Dougherty County School System, recently sat down with J.D. Sumner to talk about her job and her strategy for winning over students in the classroom.
Albany Herald writer J.D. Sumner holds a Q&A with Richard Brown of the Flint RiverQuarium.
Today's On the Job features Ken Boler, general sales manager of The Albany Herald.
U.S. employment rose more than expected in April, pushing the unemployment rate to a four-year low of 7.5 percent, which could help ease concerns of a sharp slowdown in the economy.
Suzanne Perrine talk about her role managing the army of volunteers who help keep Phoebe functioning.
During his time with the Albany chamber, Lamar Clifton helped bring a number of large industries to the region.
Businessman Lonnie Ballard recently participated in a question-and-answer session with The Herald’s J.D. Sumner.
Staff writer J.D. Sumner held a Q&A with Liz Gilmore, CEO of Members United Credit Union.
Phoebe is expected to lose close to $2 million annually through 2017 as a result of Medicare cuts, officials say.
An Albany hospital is expected to lose close to $2 million annually through 2017 as a result of Medicare cuts.
While Haryl Dabney's profession may technically involve working at L2Networks, you might as well add professional juggler to his list of skills.
Deputy Dougherty County Emergency Management Director Jim Vaught is an interesting character. After 27 years in the Marine Corps, the Harley Fatboy-riding leatherneck continued his public service in a variety of different ways — ending in his current role as the county’s top disaster planning specialist.
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