Volunteers make $13,000 donation to Wounded Warriors Project
Thanks to the success of the Run for Wounded Heroes fundraiser a proud group of volunteers is able this holiday season to present a generous gift the Wounded Warriors Project.
Event set for Jan. 15 at UGA Tifton Conference Center
UGA economists, pathologists and entomologists from the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences will also be on hand to provide industry updates.
Albany residences shine during the holiday season
These are scenes of decorated homes suggested by readers of The Albany Herald and visitors at albanyherald.com.
NAMI Family to Family Education Program coming to Albany Jan. 12
The class will meet weekly on Monday evenings from 6 p.m.-8:30 p.m, and is open to family members and close friends who have a loved one living with mental illness.
Disease can devastate Georgia peanut crop
Because of its ability to produce oxalic acid and enzymes that can kill peanut crops, white mold disease is an annual concern, not only in Georgia but throughout the Southeast. The disease was not as widespread this year as in years past, said UGA College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences professor and scientist Tim Brenneman, but the disease’s impact will continue to be felt statewide.
Metro Albany and Southwest Georgia region each improve to 7.9%
Metro Albany has 200 fewer jobs in October than a year ago, but its unemployment rate declines from 8.6% to 7.9% during the same 12-month period.
Local group hosts weekly rides, advocates for bicycle safety
The Pecan City Pedalers have any number of reasons to take part in cycling, dating back to their childhood days.
Farmers ahead of schedule in harvesting crop
Depending on the severity of the frost, cold temperatures can cause nearly mature bolls to open, and also can lead to bolls burning and rotting in the field.
First half of the month packed with Yuletide events
Christmas starts rushing in this weekend before the turkey gets warm on the plate and November says good-bye.
Roll call votes for U.S. lawmakers from Georgia
Here is how Georgia’s delegations to the House and Senate voted on roll-call issues from Nov. 14 to Nov. 20.
Southwest Georgia Beat will cover entertainment events across the region
With the publication of Southern Community Newspapers Inc.’s latest monthly tabloid, the company hopes to change the Beat for Southwest Georgia.
National Weather Service calling for low of 20 tonight and Wednesday morning
Albany, region, bracing for freezing temperatures
Albany area to see 23 percent drop for second-lowest silver plan
During this current year, southwest Georgia had the second-highest premiums in the nation.)
Georgia farmers lead the nation in producitng peanuts, pecans and poultry
The top ten commodities grown in Georgia are broilers, cotton, peanuts, eggs, beef, timber, corn, horses, dairy and greenhouse/nursery plants.
Arctic air is pushing its way down to the Gulf Coast
An early arctic blast brings chillier-then-normal temperatures to Southwest Georgia.