A silent peanut pest is eating away at profits and has Georgia producers concerned. The burrower bug can wreak havoc on a farmer’s peanuts without him even knowing.
The Hospital Authority and Phoebe Putney Health System have agreed to settle Federal Trade Commission charges that the acquisition of Palmyra Medical Center violated federal antitrust laws.
Emergency management staffers believe the area will avoid major flooding unless heavy rains arrive
For the first time since 2000, The Albany Herald has a design change.
Michelle Nunn is looking to fill the U.S. Senate seat soon to be vacated by U.S. Sen. Saxby Chambliss, R-Moultrie.
Elliott Minor covered Southwest Georgia for more than two decades for The Associated Press.
Camilla native Krysta Harden rises to the No. 2 position in the federal agriculture department.
That Aug. 1 event will showcase ongoing UGA agricultural research.
The two institutions teamed up to generate more than 3,400 jobs in the southwest Georgia region.
Water and 4-H make for a good team. Together, they made a splash last week as children were entertained and educated about water's role in everyday life at the sixth annual 4-H2O Camp.
Georgia's delegation splits across partisan lines as well on the agricultural legislation.
Some 350 kayakers and canoers complete the first leg of a journey from Warwick to Bainbridge.
Brig. Gen. John Broadmeadow will formally assume command of Marine Corps Logistics Command in late July.
Warrants were taken for Eddie Lee Ballard Wednesday, documents show.
An Albany restaurant doles out more than $4,000 in scholarships to Southwest Georgia students in 2012-13.