Congressman says American people have a right to be mighty fed up.
Albany and Southwest Georgia unemployment continues to steadily decline. Decrease in rates can be attributed to a reduction in the labor force.
Among the lowest qualified health plan rates to come out of the market place under the Affordable Care Act shows that the lowest rates will be in the north Georgia area.
A forum presented by state Sen. Freddie Powell Sims, District 12, presented a forum featuring Pamela Roshell from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to discuss the Affordable Care Act in relation to the market place.
The Walmart SuperCenter in East Albany today will be the first of seven to partner with district health officials as locations for flu shots.
Fundraising continues for the massive new center for senior citizens in the metro Albany area.
Lynda Sue Wright serves as the director for the weapon systems management center at Marine Corps Logistics Command at Marine Corps Logistics Base-Albany.
This technology will not be available for commercial use until 2015.
Stung by “tastes like vomit” critiques from some students, the USDA looks to make school meals more palatable.
The goal for the 2013 United Way campaign comprises of the agency’s campaign and a combined federal campaign, officials say.
Women can expect frank talk Saturday when Pamela Miller hosts “Woman Talk,” a program that promises “enlightenment” for attendees.
The 27th annual Georgia Peanut Tour will be held in south Georgia, Sept. 17-19. Started as an effort to attract more buyers to the state, the tour is an opportunity for industry leaders and farmers to showcase the crop’s quality and planting and how peanuts are handled post-harvest.
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