The October Gardener
As the temperatures get cooler, planting, rearranging and prepping work in gardens heats up.
Richard Grebel has thousands of busy workers, and what they produce for him could sweeten any life.
The September Gardener
In our fast paced stressful world it is hard to overestimate the enjoyment of a butterfly garden. Whether large or small, in your backyard or on your balcony, at your business, church or school, you’ll find butterflies will flock to your garden if you follow a few simple guidelines.
The August Gardener
I have long been fascinated with Bigleaf Hydrangeas. I am not sure if it is the huge blooms, the color, or just the fact that the “snow balls” are so Deep South looking. What a beautiful display from just a few blooms.
The July Gardener
Blueberries are an excellent ornamental shrub for the yard with pretty blue-green leaves and, if you are lucky, a little fall color.
A roundup of notable faces, places and things to do in Albany.
Lori and Wayne Holley's home is selected as the June Yard of the Month; Strive2Thrive plans to "grill" poverty in July; Albany Area Arts Council sets Chinese cultural workshop; Albany sculptor Josh Rosen opens show at Valdosta gallery.
The June Gardener
If you neglected to fertilize your shrubs in April or May, June is not too late to get the job done.
Here are a list of activities for Southwest Georgia.
Here is a list of events scheduled for Southwest Georgia.
Master Gardener Day is slated for Saturday from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m.
The Dougherty County Cooperative Extension office continues spring garden series.
The waistline isn't the only thing that creeps up at Christmas with the holiday season usually increasing household waste by 25 percent.
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This is the second of a five-part series on nutrition.
Contractors have demolished a building next to the Carnegie Library in downtown Albany.
Health and Wellness
- Southwestern State Hospital to close Dec. 31 3 comments
- Keep kids healthy over the summer
- Cardio team leader named Nurse of the Year 1 comment
- Jolie undergoes preventative double Mastectomy 15 comments
- Be smart when asking for help
- Two area dancers win top prize
- Mental health month under way 1 comment
- Albany gathering documents for Justice investigation 4 comments
- Lee County woman given new lease on life 1 comment
- 'Anchor Open' benefit golf tournament nears
- Spring Fest to make downtown debut Saturday
- Majesty of Albany Theatre endures 26 comments
- New winner named in Congressional Art Competition 1 comment
- Albany Museum of Art unveils newly-renovated spaces (WITH VIDEO)
- Sasser venue to host country star Cagle 3 comments
- Annual Daylily Show this weekend at mall 2 comments
- Former Lee actor brings Civil War play to State Theatre
- Two area dancers win top prize
- Kiwanis club honors art show winners
- Child actor with Albany ties finds success as country icon