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The Albany Convention & Visitors Bureau uses application technology to bring tourists to the area.
More firefighters and additional training are among the needs to reduce insurance rates for Lee residents.
A new Lee County school set to open in August, which will add another middle school to the county.
Budget cuts are the order of the day as city and county officials consider their Fiscal Year 2014 budgets.
There are $22.7 million in projects currently underway at MCLB-Albany, many of which have been prompted by energy-efficiency efforts.
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A drop in government spending dragged more on the U.S. economy than initially thought in the first three months of the year, a sign of increasing pain from Washington's austerity drive.
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.
CareerCast has ranked the top 200 jobs of 2013 based on a variety of factors and topping the list? Actuaries.
During his time with the Albany chamber, Lamar Clifton helped bring a number of large industries to the region.
A group of Albany State University students uses a unique strategy to boost sales at an Albany restaurant.
The construction of a new Walmart complex in 2011 was the biggest new retail development in East Albany in decades.
Albany State University is exploring health care professions partnership with Georgia Regents University.
Bed capacity for the NICU is expected to be at least 20 percent greater at Phoebe North than it is now at Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital.
An emergency center overhaul at Phoebe Dorminy Medical Center in Fitzgerald is among the projects the Phoebe Putney Health System will be engaged in this year.
The Chamber of Commerce believes 2013 will be filled with great excitement and anticipation both within our own organization and within the business community.
University of Georgia officials predict improved outlook statewide in 2013.
Various law enforcement agencies promise to protect and serve the community in 2013.