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A three-day music festival in a small Southwest Georgia community will kick off Thursday.
The loud bang startled me and made me jump. What just fell from behind the door? A bat. Another baseball bat. How many bats can one family have, I thought as I picked it up from where it had rolled on the hardwood floor.
Each week Albany Herald researcher Mary Braswell looks for interesting events, places and people from the past. You can contact her at (229) 888-9371 or email@example.com.
Unless otherwise noted, the following births took place at Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital in Albany from May 12-19.
Today, a large number of people are being exposed to or affected by to some type of traumatic event in some form or fashion.
How many of these signature lines from classic TV shows do you recall?
The HealthTeacher program is in more than 100 schools in a 16-county area of Southwest Georgia.
A 26-member agency established new leadership recently by electing two executive officers and three members at-large.
Dogs at Wynfield Plantation in Albany are trained to find fungal delicacies growing in pecan groves.
Donations and a signed banner will be sent from an Americus hospital to hospital staffers in Moore, Okla.
A traditionally toothy problem is addressed by veterinarians, letter carriers and municipalities.
The business of healing is not a passive, inactive process in which we can simply sit back and watch time pass us by, expecting that we will somehow be restored to our pre-wounded selves. Healing is an active process.
The free event will be conducted Saturday in downtown Albany.
A few weeks ago I promised some more thoughts on the religious problem behind too much stuff.