The SOWEGA Council on Aging says that the organization provided $10.3 million in community based care services during 2012.
U.S. Sen. Saxby Chambliss says anti-tax lobbyist Grover Norquist has no plan to pay down the national debt.
Officials say traffic at a local hospital's emergency center has increased by 20-30 percent over the last two weeks.
A Pine Avenue building in Albany is expected to be bustling with activity this week as it accepts donations from churches.
U.S. Rep. Sanford Bishop says getting the country's fiscal house in order is the top priority.
The Marine Corps was officially established on Nov. 10, 1775.
This is a periodic column updating information on Southwest Georgians in the military and service personnel who have family connections to the region
The planned start date for The Albany Herald to be printed at the Tallahassee Democrat is Oct. 25.
Thirty regional and national artists are added to the lineup of the music and arts festival scheduled in Albany Oct. 12-14.
Experts expect the spike in prices that accompanied Isaac to head back down in coming weeks. Metro Albany pump prices were below the state and national averages on Labor Day.
Twelve West Nile Virus cases have been reported in Southwest Georgia this year.
Easter Seals Southern Georgia plans 2nd annual Heels and Wheels Challenge
Jeanne Robertson will headline the Southwest Georgia Council on Aging’s Comedy Night benefit.
A hearing has been set for 4 p.m. today in Fulton Superior Court.
The Democratic Party of Georgia is asking for an emergency hearing today on the secretary of state's decision to remove Democrat Richie Smith from the House District 151 race in Tuesday's party primary elections.
Producers of a series of reality shows are looking for the stars of their next planned production.