City official pushes education for employees she calls 'backbone' of city government
Albany City Clerk Sonja Tolbert is named president of the 400-member Georgia Municipal Clerks & Finance Officers Association.
Albany traffic officers say teen drivers too distracted
A study by AAA and the University of Iowa finds teen driver distractions to be four times worse than earlier believed.
Guitars and Golf to feature Highway 55, Cole Taylor and Adam Sanders
In what could also be called country concert for a cause, next weekend’s Guitars and Golf fundraiser will feature three country music talents coming together to help raise money for a good cause.
Albany Audubon Society heading south in April to greet migrating birds
The Albany Audubon Society is preparing for its annual spring field trip to the Gulf Coast to spot birds migtating north from their winter homes in South and Central America.
Bad weather last month delayed her receiving her award for being an inspiration to the Y family
Dan Gillan, Albany Area YMCA CEO, honored Annette Bullard at the monthly meeting of “the breakfast club,” a group of YMCA seniors who meet monthly for fellowship and birthday celebration.
Seabaugh said that every dollar saved today will help offset education expenses tomorrow
Mitch Seabaugh, executive director of Georgia’s Path2College 529 Plan, touts early college savings plan and $30,000 sweepstakes.
Changing oil industry leads to sale of long-standing Albany business
Knowing when things have run their course is often difficult to ascertain, especially when it comes to how you make your living, but for businessman Chuck Darsey making the decision to sell long-standing Albany business Darsey Oil Company came as clearly as the writing on a white board.
Kiwanis event planned April 25 in downtown venues
The event is also seen as an opportunity to highlight Albany and its downtown area.
Some Albany scams originate with Russian mafia, investiagtor says
Capt. Craig Dodd speaks to Exchange Club members about common scams on senior citizens.
The school will be seeking funds to send the ASU Marching Band to the Tournament of Roses Parade
Tournament of Roses Parade President Mike Matthiessen to visit Albany next week to get a first-hand look at the ASU Marching Band
Champions included Lacey Coleman, Helena Augenstein, Taylor Richter, Hadden Kelley, Reed Reynolds, and Ryan Williams, and Steven Feng.
The Deerfield-Windsor School Literary Team won the GISA AAA State Literary Championship at Valdosta State University on Thursday.
Kevin Dawkins of Cut N Run named Friday JAM poll favorite bassist
When Cut N Run bassist and area music scene fixture Kevin Dawkins found out he had been chosen as Albany’s favorite bass player in the recent Friday JAM music polls, he was overwhelmed that his lifelong passion had made such an impact on local fans and music lovers.
Herald’s Friday JAM Poll favorite has a long love affair with drumming
Herald Friday Jam favorite Tim Davis started his musical career young, and he’s vowed to keep playing drums as long as he can hold sticks.
Dr. Chirag Jani wins first Phoebe Physicial Group award
Having completed medical school in India at age 22, Jani brought his knowledge to the United States. He went on to earn board certifications in internal medicine, geriatrics, hospice and palliative care and hematology and oncology. He serves as the medical director of the Phoebe Cancer Center.
Array of speakers at Albany town hall meeting
Jon Howard’s town hall meeting will present programs for low to moderate income residents.