Managers appointed at local health club
Steve Nix and Leah Vann have been promoted to management positions with Tony’s Fitness Group on Westover Boulevard.
These establishments were inspected by the Dougherty and Lee Environmental Health Offices Feb. 12 through 19.
Event benefits church-supported ministeries
St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church of Albany is supporting two worthwhile causes on March 15 with an event the whole family can enjoy.
Allison Goddard, a homeschooled student, is the American Legion Georgia District II Oratory Contest winner
Allison Goddard will represent Albany Post 30 in the Area II district competition today
Allison Goddard is American Legion Georgia District II Oratory Contest winner. She will represent Albany Post 30 in the Area II competition this afternoon at Darton State College.
The Albany Area Chamber of Commerce looks to unveil new retail website in 2014
The Albany Area Chamber of Commerce hopes to enhance its Shop Local campaign by introducing a new digital presence this year.
OUTLOOK 2014: EDC shows residents why they should love their city
An EDC task force discovers an Albany self-image problem and sets out to correct it.
OUTLOOK 2014: EDC set to unveil next phase of We Are Albany rebranding campaign
The Albany-Dougherty Economic Development Commission is excited this year to be unveiling the organization’s new re-brand of Albany.
OUTLOOK 2014: A-West Enterprise says employees are key
A-West Enterprise overcame the great recession to become a multi-million dollar company.
OUTLOOK 2014: Ongoing, potential projects reason for optimism in Albany’s inner city
A number of projects and potential projects in downtown Albany has local officials planning for a significant 2014.
OUTLOOK 2014: Pay raises, insurance costs, city utility among priority issues for city leaders
Albany leaders go into 2014 with a number of vital issues prominent on their to-do list.
OUTLOOK 2014: Budget concerns, countywide efficiencies among vital issues facing Dougherty County government
With an election promising a significant shakeup of the county government, Dougherty leaders can’t look too far ahead.
An Alabama prison inmate has been charged in an elaborate business scam
At least two Albany businesses have been called by scam artists placing bogus orders.
A SPLOST-funded tennis center has been in planning stage for 20 years
A long-delayed special tax-funded community tennis center may actually be back on the drawing board after two decades.
Leesburg race honors fallen military heroes
Leesburg’s second 9/11 Heroes Run attracted 150 runners, up from the initial event’s 120..
OUTLOOK 2014: CVB hopes 2014 will continue area's recent tourism growth
The Albany Convention and Visitor’s Bureau looks toward increased activity in 2014.