With gas about $1 cheaper a gallon than last year, experts think about 35.5 million people, including 30.4 million motorists, will take a trip of 50 miles or more over the long holiday weekend. Meanwhile, DOT is restricting lane closures and the Georgia State Patrol will be out in force all weekend.
Full cast for the 21st season of the show is announced
The contestants, which includes Albany native Paula Deen, were announced Wednesday morning.
Monthly Albany Area Arts Council exhibit to feature works from MillerCoors employees
While employees from Albany’s MillerCoors plant have proven they have a talent for making beer, this month they’ll be showing off skills of a different kind by providing art work for the September exhibit at Albany Area Arts Council’s Carnegie Library headquarters.
Veteran commissioner offers harsh words for Albany Utility Board member
Ward VI Albany City Commissioner Tommie Postell became the final announced candidate Tuesday to qualify for the city’s Nov. 3 municipal election.
The Albany Symphony and guest Tom Fain will open the performing arts season
Opera, jazz and dramatic performances based on works from Shakespeare and Mozart are all included in this year’s “ABAC Presents! Performing Arts Series” at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College.
Camilla native Alana McNair returns home to film trailer for Tennie and the Videotape
Camilla residents visiting some familiar haunts last weekend might have noticed something a little different as actors, cameras and a film crew descended on the sleepy south Georgia town as native daughter and filmmaker Alana McNair worked to bring bring her latest creation to life.
The organization sets a goal to raise $1 million in 2015-16
The United Way of Southwest Georgia officially kicked off its annual fundraising campaign at Darton State College’s Student Center Ballroom on Tuesday in front of a packed house of supporters.
Warbington has been serving on the Albany utility board and the Economic Development Commission
Chad Warbington, who is running to unseat Ward IV City Commissioner Roger Marietta, said in an email Tuesday that he is resigning from the city of Albany’s utility board and from the Albany-Dougherty EDC, where he serves as treasurer.
City Manager Sharon Subadan acknowledges further multimodal issues
Albany city commissioners get an update from Albany Police Department Chief Michael Persley during a commission work meeting.
Casey visiting to support Albany Region College and Career Academy
Georgia Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle is scheduled to visit Albany Technical College Thursday afternoon to show his support for the newly-approved Albany Region College and Career Academy.
Public safety roundup for Albany and Dougherty County
The Albany Police Department responded to at least 16 calls on Monday and the early hours of Tuesday, available reports show
Mayoral hopeful Henry Mathis denied civil, political rights restoration
All announced candidates for the Nov. 3 municipal election but one complete qualifying requirements on the first day.
Kendrick film opens in 1,135 theaters, more expected to show it
In the weeks ahead, War Room is set to open in Peru on Sept. 10, Sept. 17 in the Dominican Republic, Sept. 18 in Canada and Paraguay, on Oct. 15 in Colombia and Chile, on Oct. 22 in Argentina and on Nov. 6 in South Africa.
Microneedle flu patches studied at Emory; Nicholls grandfather wins $1 million in lottery; Georgia Prescribed Fire Council to meet in Tifton this month; Driver Services announces holiday closings; South Georgians named to two state boards; Trailer manufacturing opening facility in Georgia.
Victim stated fiancee cut him with a kitchen knife during an altercation
Phyllis Banks, spokeswoman for the APD, said officers responded to 2736 Pradera Court — the site of Meadowlark Commons — in reference to an aggravated assault case at around noon on Saturday.