The Albany service organization is planning a benefit fundraiser in December to end a year of activities.
The visit offers a 25-minute train ride to little engineers from Southwest Georgia.
These are church news items from Southwest Georgia.
The dinner theater production on Fridays and Saturdays the next two weekends features “As the Chair Turns” and a low country boil.
The average Dougherty County school police officer supplements his salary with $11,000 in overtime, School Board officials learned Monday night.
Services are planned at 11 a.m. Saturday in Tampa, Fla.
The 100-mile yard sale includes a stop in Sylvester.
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Alexander has experience in municipal planning with both Lee County and the city of Albany
The Albany-based financial company is No. 84 among Georgia’s public companies, based on revenues in 2012.
The work will include a new elevated water tank and installation of new transmission lines.
In addition to keeping the same tax rate, the Leesburg City Council approves to resolution for the financing of its new public works building.
Church and religion news from Southwest Georgia
A blueprint for development in Leesburg over the next decade is being considered by the City Council.
The shopping center is among several pieces of property that may be sold by Sept. 11.
Albany’s foreclosure and 90-day delinquency rates are below the state and national average
The City of Albany has issued the following licenses recently.
OTJ: A question-and-answer session with Albany businessman Dale Richter.
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The city will no be required to have an election since none of the incumbents have opposition.
Two former students attain recognition
These are special religion services being conducted over the next several days in Southwest Georgia.
Tax Commissioner Susan Smith hopes to get bills in the mail by mid-September.
Five candidates are being checked out initially by the full Lee County Commission.
Two former students attain recognition
VFW leaders honored by state; seek to increase membership in local unit
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A dozen top girls from Lee and Dougherty counties learn how government works during Girls State at Georgia Southern University.
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Lee County official Bob Alexander is the only local finalist
The merger of the Lee County Fire Department and Lee Emergency Medical Services became even more real to EMS personnel this week as they began their firefighter training.
Jim Boyd Construction Co. submits low bid for paving of Lee County road
Three days of activities were planned for the dozens of Monroe High School graduates attending their 45th reunion.
Four candidates are expected in Leesburg today and Saturday to interview for the newly-created city manager’s position.
Concerns about possible violations of Georgia’s Sunshine Law has led Lee County Commission Chairman Rick Muggridge to resign as a member of the board’s two-person budget committee.
You could attribute it to a presentation to institutional investors on Wall Street a couple of weeks ago.Another possible answer might be an earnings report for the second quarter that reflected net income of $2.7 million. Another suspect is a 35 percent growth rate in the past year, not counting acquisitions. Whatever the reason, Heritage Financial Corp. Inc., the holding company of HeritageBank of the South, has seen its stock climb from the $14 range to more than $19 in recent days.
This week's On the Job is with Kevin White, the department chair of the Civil Engineering Technology Department at Albany Technical College.
City Council members also approve a contract for site preparation work at the city's new public works facility.
Other benefits — including a retirement plan, disability and dental coverage — will continue.
The advertisement for the city's first city manager calls for a salary ranging from $50,000 to $80,000.
This week's On the Job features Lee County Commissioner Rick Muggridge.
Elliott Minor covered Southwest Georgia for more than two decades for The Associated Press.
Hospital officials hope to fill about 15 vacancies at a recruitment event planned for Aug. 15 in Bainbridge.
Thirty volunteers are needed to staff three fire stations under a plan being considered by Lee County commissioners.
A Lee Commission vote creates a new Public Safety Department in an effort to improve firefighting services and lower insurance rates.
County Commissioners are expected to vote July 23 on establishing an agency to manage fire and EMS services.
The job advertisement for Leesburg's first city manager is expected to be approved by the City Council at its August meeting.