October 22, 2013
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OPINION: Ralph Hudgens applauds insurance exclusion for pre-existing illnesses
Georgia’s insurance commissioner suggests sick people are responsible for their own illnesses.
OPINION: Grassroots campaign could impact Albany holiday season
Albany small business owners are challenging their peers to help make the holidays brighter for struggling families.
OPINION: Tangibles, intangibles vital to one person's cancer survival
Promoting early detection is the goal that inspires cancer survivors to tell their stories.
OPINION: 'Cancer Chronicles' features survivors, medical heroes
Cancer survivors tell their individual stories in a special holiday series.
OPINION: Promise of help from minister comes at a cost
Despite a growing number of religious scandals, there are still righteous men and women who serve God.
OPINION: Architect's extra efforts snubbed by Aviation Commission
The Albany-Dougherty Aviation Commission didnt see a reason to reward architect for voluntarily going the extra mile when considering a project bid.
OPINION: Taxes collected from local sales impact services in a community
Local merchants are “dreaming green” as the holiday shopping season kicks into high gear.
OPINION: Congress continues to fail those who put its members in office
Republicans in Congress are using the food of poor people as a bargaining chip to exert control.
OPINION: Candidates strategy paid off in landslide victory
B.J. Fletcher won her seat on the Albany City Commission the old fashioned way: She earned it.
OPINION: An unbiased media is no longer the norm in 21st-century America
Much of the overall failure of our elected leaders lies at the feet of an unprincipled media.
Opinion column: Paul McCartney’s latest album is his best in years
Former Beatle Paul McCartney proves he’s no nostalgia act with his stunningly brilliant new album “New.”
Sorry guys, it’s a fact: Your musical heroes are in it for the chicks.
Businessman Bo Henry drove by Veterans Park while running some recent errands, and a thought hit him.