Prince Chevrolet Cadillac Buick GMC completes its move to Lee County
A Tifton-based auto sales company moves its Albany operation to Lee County.
2013 a monumental year for many Southwest Georgians
The Albany Herald filled its readers in on the meteoric rises and the precipitous falls during the past 365 days.
Job increases, insurance claims drop results in jobless rate decline
Officials with the Georgia Department of Labor said Thursday that the unemployment rate for metro Albany last month was at its lowest since it was 8.1 percent in March 2009.
Albany families flock to the theater on Christmas Day
A Christmas Day movie is becoming a tradition among America’s families.
Health behaviors cited as areas needed for improvement in recent report
A recent report showed that things such as childhood poverty and obesity are the things that still need to be improved on to help the overall state of health in Georgia.
Albany was one of four Georgia metro areas to see pump prices increase over the past week
Officials with AAA The Auto Club expect gas prices in general to rise shortly after the new year begins.
These establishments were inspected by the Dougherty, Lee and Worth County Environmental Health Offices Dec. 12 through 18.
Major work will continue at Dougherty High over the Christmas/New Years break
School maintenance is slowing for Christmas holiday break, but work continues on Dougherty High renovations.
Decorations brighten up the Christmas holidays
There are several places in metro Albany that display the beauty of Christmas in light. Tour the gallery. If you have a photo you'd like to add to it, email it along with the address to email@example.com.
Albany area job gain points toward lower unemployment rates for November
The Georgia Department of Labor announce that the Georgia unemployment rate declined to 7.7 percent in November, its lowest point in the last five year.
Area legislators hear Albany, Dougherty wish lists prior to opening of General Assembly
City, County officials present area lawmakers with a list of items they’d like to see moved upon in the next legislative session.
About three out of 10 Americans will travel over the Christmas and New Year’s holiday period
When it comes to holiday traveling, about 91 percent of Americans plan to drive.
Many local retail stores feel business has been good this year
With the Christmas shopping season in full swing many Albany area retailers say business has been steady and on par with, if not better than, last year.
County manager picks Bobby Watkins to direct EMS, fire operations
The purpose behind the creation of a public safety department is to cross train all employees to be both a firefighter and an EMS technician. When training and certifications are complete, each dually trained employee will become a “first responder” who can fight a fire or treat a patient.
Lee superintendent touts system's academic success
Dougherty Kiwanis Club is told that parental and community support. is a big reason for Lee County School District's success