Danny Carter

Managing Editor



Danny Carter is managing editor of The Albany Herald. He is the newspaper's primary assignment editor and is in charge of news, sports, desk and photography operations.

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Albany Briefs - April 18, 2014

News briefs from the Albany area

A communitywide Easter egg hunt is planned at 4 p.m. Sunday at Renaissance Cultural Arts Center, 950 N. Maple St.

Religion Bulletin - April 18, 2014

Weekly religion news

Former President Jimmy Carter will teach Sunday School at Maranatha Baptist Church in Plains on Easter Sunday.

Metro Albany Briefs - April 16, 2014

News briefs from the Albany area

Albany Briefs - April 11, 2014

Formwalt to present new book at Civil Rights Institute

Dr. Lee Formwalt, former executive director of the Albany Civil Rights Institute, will be at the facility Tuesday to to read excerpts from his new book, “Looking Back, Moving Forward: The Southwest Georgia Freedom Struggle, 1814-2014.”

Religion Bulletin April 11, 2014

Weekly news about area churches

Former President Jimmy Carter is scheduled to teach Sunday School on Sunday at Maranatha Baptist Church in Plains.

Alzheimer's caregivers conference set Thursday

Two nationally-known authorities will speak at the Albany event

Two nationally-known authorities on caring for people who have dementia and memory loss will be in Albany on April 10 for the third annual Caregivers Conference and family and professional caregivers.

Southwest Georgia Briefs - April 6, 2014

News briefs about Southwest Georgia events

Benefit for cemetery near Climas features food

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Business Portfolio - April 6, 2014

News about business people in Southwest Georgia

Jessica Lancer has joined Southwest Georgia Farm Credit as a Client Relations Specialist.

Religion Bulletin - April 4, 2014

Carter to teach Sunday school in Plains on Sunday

Religion Bulletin is a weekly column on religion meetings and events in Southwest Georgia. Items may be submitted to news@albanyherald.com by 5 p.m. Wednesday before Friday publication.

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Leadership Lee grads hear from existing leaders (Video)

State Rep. Ed Rynders, County Commission Chairman Rick Muggridge, Commissioner Greg Frich and Chamber CEO Winston Oxford speak to the group

State Rep. Ed Rynders challenges the Leadership Lee grads to become engaged in local government, to appreciate the quality of life that Lee County offers and to have “civilized debate” about issues.

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