The Circling the Elements conference will explores the genres historical evolution and societal impact
The Albany State University community will celebrate Hip-Hop music and culture at the the 2nd annual “Circling the Elements Hip-Hop Conference” this weekend.
The three-day performance will feature Elvis Presley songs
Deerfield-Windsor School to perform annual spring musical at at the Albany Municipal Auditorium this weekend.
Proceeds go to benefit Lily Pad Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner Center
The walkers help to raise funds by reaching out to family and friends willing to sponsor them and give to the cause, and then present the donations the day of the event.
Dorian Richards is accused of aggravated assault, armed robbery
Albany police arrested two suspects for armed robbery of a grocery store and attacking the clerk with pepper spray.
Event is aimed at workers and retireees who want to pursue a second career
Albany Technical College and the city of Albany will offer a Career Transition Fair 5:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m. Thursday and 10 a.m.-noon Saturday at the Albany Civic Center.
Authorities found an electronic device that may have produced bogus prescriptions
Two metro Atlanta men are charged in connection with using false prescription forms to purchase controlled drugs.
Cleanup project cleaned up 28 tons of trash last year
Keep Albany-Dougherty Beautiful will hit the roads with its annual Great American Cleanup for Albany and Dougherty County on Friday and Saturday.
A change-of-command event is planned for MCLB-Albany in late May
Officials with the base confirmed Wednesday that Col. Don Davis, commanding officer of MCLB-Albany, would be leaving following a change of command that is to take place in late May. he is to continue his career with U.S. Northern Command in Colorado Springs, Colo. A formal announcement from the installation is expected in the coming days regarding the change of command.
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MillerCoors, Sasco, Thrush, Central Monitoring all pick up EDC industry awards
Business and community leaders gathered Wednesday morning as the Albany Dougherty Economic Development Commission presented its annual Industry Awards at a special breakfast hosted by the Albany Area Chamber of Commerce.
Technical college president asks EDC board to support educational opportunity
Albany Technical College President Anthony Parker asks the Albany-Dougherty Economic Development Commission board to support the creation of a career academy in Dougherty County.
Public safety roundup for Albany and Dougherty County
The Albany Police Department responded to at least 28 calls on Tuesday and the early hours of Wednesday, available reports show.
Long-time commissioner says Albany is in vital transition period
Tommie Postell tells The Albany Herald he is healthy and ready to serve four more years on the Albany City Commission.
Dougherty County Teacher of the Year finalist is committed to teach all children
Sherwood Acres Elementary fifth-grade Science and Social Studies instructor Mona Tarver knew early in life that she was meant to be an educator. She envisioned herself in the role.
First-year culinary arts student takes top honors in Albany Technical College cookoff
Thanks to the strength of his final two dishes, first-year culinary arts student Kenneth Wright walked away with the title of Next Titan Chef at Friday’s second ever Albany Technical College cooking competition.
Commissioner Anthony Jones: A traffic light not an option at dangerous intersection
A Dougherty County commissioner says the state Department of Transportation is is saying no to a traffic signal at the Liberty Expressway/Nelms Road intersection. A petition floating around in the Putney area will not get DOt officials to change their minds, he says.