Dougherty County elections supervisor to speak at Albany Civil Rights Institute
The Lee County Chamber of Commerce is accepting applications for the 2014 Leadership Lee program.
Luke Bryan and Jennifer Nettles have concerts scheduled for Atlanta and Jacksonville this year
Phillip Phillips appears to be focusing on song writing and studio work, while the Kendrick brothers are writing a script for their production company’s first film.
The two-part concert tour includes a July 25 performance at the Lakewood amphitheater in Georgia
Luke Bryan’s That’s My Kind of Night Tour includes stadium shows in Pittsburgh, Philadelphia and Chicago.
Chehaw festival challenged by cold and rain
Hurt by rain and a previous cold snap, the Chehaw Frontier Festival carries on.
Rick Muggridge will serve a second year-long term as chairman of the board
Dennis Roland was elected by his fellow commissioners to serve another year-long term as vice chairman of the Lee County Commission.
New evidence leads to arrest in 6-year-old homicide case
Charges are pending against a suspect in the Jan. 15, 2008 slaying of A.J. Mosely, 82, of Smithville.
The long-time U.S. representative from the 2nd District says he is cancer-free
Rep. sanford Bishop, D-Albany, says he will remain bald for an indefinite time as a show of solidarity with fellow cancer survivors.
Oxford has two years to complete the road, which will start just north of Leesburg schools on State Route 195, connect to Old Smithville Road and then continue westward over the railroad tracks and U.S. Highway 19 before looping back to U.S. 19.
Hospital CEO, congressmen named in latest edition of Georgia Trend
Joel Wernick, president and CEO of Phoebe Putney Health System, has made the list now for eight consecutive years.
2013 will go on the books as the least expensive year for motorists since 2010
Experts expect pump prices to continue to rise slowly until later in the month, when they traditionally decline because of low demand.
Temperatures expected to be the coldest in more than 20 years
Most of the country endures sub-freezing temperatures, and Albany is no exception.
An arctic blast is bringing lows to the mid-teens tonight
Two of the coldest days in recent memory have animals at the zoo at Chehaw taking cover.
Rain, pecan scab reduces pecan crop this season
The disease affected two of Georgia’s most common pecan cultivars — Desirable and Stuart trees — but the disease is not uniform across tree varieties.
Pay, long shifts and dangerous conditions all contribute to the high correctional officer changeover at Georgia's adult and juvenile justice systems.
Health screenings, education to be done at Jan. 25 health fair
A husband and wife team is coordinating a health fair for men late this month in Lee County.