Johnson comes to Albany after more than 25 years with the Clayton News Daily
Doffice Johnson has been named the Circulation Manager at The Albany Herald. He comes to Albany from The Clayton News Daily in Jonesboro, where he was a district circulation manager.
Albany and Southwest Georgia see declines in number of unemployed, labor officials say
Labor officials said this is the lowest the Albany and Southwest Georgia rates have been since August 2008 when they were at 6.8 percent.
Sen. Freddie Powell Sims speak to the Dougherty Kiwanis Club
Ecomonic development, education and health care are the three major areas of focus for State Senator Freddie Powell Sims (D-Dawson) as she reviews legislation and policy that affects Southwest Georgia.
Band claims three Georgia Music Awards: Country Band of Year (twice), Entertainers of Year
Albany-based Highway 55 may be the next Southwest Georgia act to find its way to Nashville.
A compilation of House and Senate votes by Georgia's congressional delegation.
Postal workers will collect non-perishable foods left in bags of boxes by mail boxes
Led by letter carriers, the annual drive has delivered more than one billion pounds of food to the needy over the past 22 years.
Georgia peanut producers OK commission with 92.4 percent of the vote
More than nine out of 10 Georgia peanut farmers reaffirmed the Georgia Peanut Commission in a referendum conducted every three years on the group charged with education and promotion of one of the state’s leading row crops.
When planting in April, farmers run the risk of drastic temperature changes, high thrips pressure and higher occurrences of tomato spotted wilt virus (TSWV).
A recap of last week's Capitol Hill votes by lawmakers from Georgia
Here's how Georgia's congressional delegation voted last week.
An alphabetical listing of summer camps and workshops for children and youth
These are summer camps set for the Albany area, with ages ranging from pre-kindergarten to high school seniors.
March unemployment rates are 7.2 percent in metro Albany, 7.1 percent in Southwest Georgia
The metro area rate declined as the number of unemployed residents decreased by 200 from 4,928 in February. The rate declined in the region as the number of unemployed residents decreased by 409 from 10,685 in the month prior, partially because employers laid off fewer workers, officials with the Labor Department said.
Input sought from more than 3,500 peanut producers
The survey can be accessed online through a link on the Georgia Peanut Commission’s website at www.gapeanuts.com.
Winner of congressional art contest will travel to Washington, D.C.
U.S. Rep. Sanford Bishop announces Friday the 2nd District winners of the Congressional Art Competition at the Albany Museum of Art.
Resolution co-sponsored by U.S. Rep. Sanford Boshop, D-Albany, passes House
The Brady-Bishop Act would repeal the federal tax levied on estates. Currently estate inheritances over $5.4 million for an individual or $10.8 million for a couple can be taxed at rates as high as 40 percent.
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.