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Proposal would allow for purchase of downtown property to spur inner-city economic development
The joint Albany City Commission/Albany Utility Board Long-Term Financial Planning Committee votes to move forward with a downtown development funding proposal.
Harvey's Supermarkets will maintain three other Albany stores
Southeastern Grocers, parent company of Harvey’s Supermarkets, announced Thrusday that the company will close two Harvey’s locations in Albany.
Albany and Southwest Georgia see declines in number of unemployed, labor officials say
Labor officials said this is the lowest the Albany and Southwest Georgia rates have been since August 2008 when they were at 6.8 percent.
Briar Patch Music Festival headliner Adam Hood ready to play South Georgia again
At this weekend’s Briar Patch Music Festival, Saturday headliner Adam Hood hopes to achieve three things: re-introduce himself to south Georgia music fans, share the stage with old friends, and share what the singer/songwriter loves the most, a good tune.
Defendant will spend more than 17 years in prison
Douglas Roseth, 23, is sentenced to 210 months in federal prison for production of child pornography.
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Albany shooting victim listed in critical condition
Quaza Young, 35, is in critical condition after being shot by unidentified gunmen.
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President Carter is not on schedule in Plains this weekend
A wrap-up of religion events in Albany and Southwest Georgia.
OPINION: Teen pop star provides his own accompaniment at Valdosta show
Canadian singing sensation Shawn Mendes draws the adoring shrieks of teens and tweens during his Wild Adventures performance.
Temperatures, rainfall, and sun and moon information for the Albany area
Temperatures, rainfall, and sun and moon information for the Albany area.
The organization has reduced staff and curtailed summer programs
A shortage of funding has left Girls Inc. of Albany with one staff member and no on-site summer programs as the organization attempts to restructure its operations.
Utility rates topic of Albany Town Hall Meeting
Commissioner Jon Howard’s monthly Town Hall Meeting is planned for Saturday at 10 a.m.
Suspect’s bond deferred to Superior Court
Robert Edward Dean remains in jail following a standoff with Lee County law enforcement.
Injured driver in Worth County accident taken to hospital
An early morning accident in Worth County leaves one person dead.