Rep. Austin Scott, R-Augusta today announced he has signed onto the Government Shutdown Fairness Act (H.R. 3160), which would prohibit Members of Congress from receiving a salary during a government shutdown.
A group of stations in East Albany continue to pace the market for motorists.
Several agencies from Southwest Georgia participated in a checkpoint that resulted in dozens of citations, including five DUIs, officials with the Georgia State Patrol say.
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.
A multi-county car chase that originated in Macon on Monday ended nearly 100 miles later and included a trip through in a Worth County pecan orchard.
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.
Sasha, a police dog, died in a Warwick police officer’s vehicle in September 2012 when she was unable to get out.
The Albany-based financial company is No. 84 among Georgia’s public companies, based on revenues in 2012.
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Two Worth County men are injured while cleaning a pistol
Stung by “tastes like vomit” critiques from some students, the USDA looks to make school meals more palatable.