A national atheist group said it plans to donate enough books on its views to be placed in all Georgia state park cabins after the state’s governor said Bibles should remain at the vacation properties despite an atheist’s recent complaint.
Presiding Judge Herbert E. Phipps, of Albany, will be sworn in to his new position on June 25.
The State Department of Education on Tuesday released Georgia's most recent public high school cohort graduation rates, which included a surprise locally.
A national atheist group said it plans to donate enough books on its views to be placed in all Georgia state park cabins after the state's governor said Bibles should remain at the vacation properties despite an atheist's recent complaint.
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For the second year in the last three, Albany Tech is a finalist for the state's top technical college.
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These were the most-read stories at albanyherald.com for the week of May 10-17,2013.
Melissa Childs, the 2013 Teacher of the Year for the Dougherty County School System, recently sat down with J.D. Sumner to talk about her job and her strategy for winning over students in the classroom.
The graduation speaker reminds graduates that everything that happens in their lives is a gift from God.
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Brittaney Schwing, of Chula, receives the Student MVP award during graduation ceremonies.
The only sitting member of the Darton Foundation's original board of trustees, Joe Powell is stunned by the unexpected award.
From left, Merry Acres Middle School 12-year-old Armon Garner shakes hands with Albany Mayor Dorothy Hubbard, and writing strategies teacher Rhonda Harden, center, as he receives a certificate for participating in the Georgia Municipal Association’s “If I Were Mayor I Would ... “ essay contest.
The Albany-Dougherty Economic Development Commission OKs a proposal from a firm that lines up business prospects.
The Albany-Dougherty Ec0nomic Development Commission OKs a proposal from a firm that lines up business prospects.
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