HISTORY: Songs about mothers
Musicians have written and recorded hundreds of songs about their mothers. Here is a look back at just a few of those tunes.
HISTORY: See what was the Albany headlines in May 1901.
The new century was marked by a cornerstone at Albany’s new Methodist Episcopal Church on the northwest corner of Jackson and Flint.
HISTORY: Free DDT spraying was available for rural homes in Southwest Georgia.
Phoebe Putney Hospital was suffering financial woes while the Albany Undertaking Company was thriving.
HISTORY: A look back at Confederate history.
People could (and did) pay 15 cents to observe the suffering and often dying Confederate prisoners at Camp Elmira, NY.
HISTORY: From the poorhouse to public works, see what Albany was like in 1906.
The Carnegie Library officially opened and kerosene deliveries were available daily in 1906.
HISTORY: Cleaning house in days gone by.
The chores of the housewife are not what they used to be.
HISTORY: Looking back at movies with green in their titles.
In honor of St. Patrick’s Day, here is a look at four “green” movies.
HISTORY: See what was making the news this week in 1915-69.
From cabbage plants to convicts, there is always news to report.
HISTORY: Albany and Southwest Georgia felt the effects of a world at war in March 1943
Learning to live with rationing was just one adjustment Americans made during WWII.
HISTORY: See what was making the news in Albany and Southwest Georgia this week in years gone by.
From meatless days to Will Rogers to the Sassy Fox, there is plenty of news from the past.
From apples to stop signs, red is the color of many things.
The color red represents the heart, bloody battle fields and warnings.
From food to fans, here is a hodgepodge of information about the Super Bowl.
Super Bowl XLVIII will be broadcast in 30 different languages.
HISTORY COLUMN: Quotes from three celebrities born this day
Paula Deen, Janis Joplin and Dolly Parton were all born this day.
HISTORY COLUMN: Area news from January 1896.
Known at the time as The Albany Daily News, a bound copy of the pages from January 1896 tell the story of life at that time.
FEATURES COLUMN: Looking back at years gone by.
The fine for being “plain drunk” more than doubled in January 1916. See what else was happening in the first month of the year in other years.