July 5, 2011
Albany celebrated the Fourth of July with a fireworks extravaganza. Thousands of people attended the event which took place downtown.
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In a memo released to city employees and the media, City Manager James Taylor says that the city will renew efforts to make community gatherings more safe and is asking for public's support and input to make it so in light of Wednesday's fights that led police to abruptly end the Independence Day fireworks show.
Southwest Georgia communities plan to ring in the nation's birthday in style today.
Three big events will join a plethora of smaller backyard celebrations of the nation's birthday.
Grills are lit; watermelon is on the grocery store shelves and thermometers are stuck in that tiny area between hot and scorching. We must be close to Independence Day.
Albany's celebration of America's 235th birthday also honors emergency first responders as we near the 10th anniversary of 9/11 .Pete Skiba, staff writer