Eric Johnson says water and next year's redistricting are major issues of interest tor Southwest Georgia voters. - Jim Hendricks, editor
Everyone complains that despite hundreds of TV channels these days that there's nothing worth watching. Well, there are shelves filled with books worth your while. And a slow, lazy summer day -- whether you're sitting by your umbrella at your patio table or under an umbrella at the beach -- is a perfect time to catch up on what you've been missing.
After a visa problem keeps a Russian professor grounded, the Albany Symphony Orchestra finds a replacement performer.- Jim Hendricks, editor
After taking concert goers on a trip to various places and time periods, the Albany Symphony Orchestra is returning to its roots with "Classical Vienna."
Fifty years after "Bye Bye Birdie" hit the Broadway stage, the Lee County High Palladium Players -- with help from the community -- are bringing it to Southest Georgia.
Two women with disparate backgrounds find mutual healing and humor as they get to know each other in Theatre Albany's coming production.
As the arts struggle nationwide, the Albany Symphony Orchestra has found its 46th season to be one of its most difficult.
High-energy entertainment that combines music, song, dance and video with a decidedly Irish accent is coming to Albany Thursday with Eileen Ivers' "Beyond the Bog Road" show.- Jim Hendricks, editor
Attorneys for the Dougherty School Board and area media companies agree March 15 is the earliest a superintendent can be named.- Jim Hendricks, editor
Jim Hendricks is editor of The Albany Herald. He is in charge of the editorial page and is responsible for news, sports, desk, photography and library operations. Phone: (229) 888-9352. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
So, what exactly has America turned into?I mean, it used to be that parents went out of their way to protect their kids from harm.- Jim Hendricks, editor