The Meals on Wheels program of the SOWEGA Council on Aging is one of 10 programs to get a $10,000 grant Friday.
A nature camp for children with special needs at Chehaw makes for a fun Saturday.
Chiquita Rivers of Sylvester pleaded guilty to stealing more than $19,000 that was paid into her dead grandmother’s bank account from Teachers’ Retirement System of Georgia, stated a Georgia Department of Law report.
The majority of confirmed flu cases in the Southwest Georgia area this season have been Type A, officials say.
A meeting in Albany is the fifth held since 2011 as part of an effort to reach every service region in the state.
The SOWEGA Council on Aging says that the organization provided $10.3 million in community based care services during 2012.
U.S. Sen. Saxby Chambliss says anti-tax lobbyist Grover Norquist has no plan to pay down the national debt.
The Worth County School district has been named among only seven other districts in the state as an Advanced Placement Honor Roll school system.
Officials say traffic at a local hospital's emergency center has increased by 20-30 percent over the last two weeks.
A Pine Avenue building in Albany is expected to be bustling with activity this week as it accepts donations from churches.
Jeff Hobby comes from behind to become the first new sheriff in Worth county in three decades.
The Marine Corps was officially established on Nov. 10, 1775.
Incumbent members of the Worth County Commission and School Board are unseated Tuesday.
These are upcoming religion-related events in Southwest Georgia.
Jimmy Roddy of Sylvester was electrocuted Saturday while working on the appliance.