Laura Williams

Deputy News Editor

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laura.williams@albanyherald.com

Laura Williams is a page designer and copy editor for The Albany Herald. Williams is responsible for editing copy, writing headlines and captions and designing pages as assigned.

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Meet Miss Georgia, Brinson's Maggie Bridges

For the second year in a row, the reigning Miss Georgia hails from Southwest Georgia.

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Dougherty County Extension Office offers fun for all | PHOTO GALLERY

There's a brick building on Pine Avenue that, from the outside, appears traditional and unassuming.

Lifestyle Briefs - July 13, 2014

A benefit will be held Saturday for Jack Tucker, who is the son of Jeff and Deanna Henderson.

Sun Belt Expo to be featured on television show

Moultrie’s Sun Belt Expo will be highlighted in an upcoming episode of “Small Town Big Deal.”

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National Night Out events set for community

National Night Out events are set for the Albany and SWGA area.

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Albany congregation gives back to community

The congregation of Palmyra Road United Methodist Church recently collected items for the Albany Salvation Army

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'I Can Make It' camp to be held this month

The two-day camp offers music, cheerleading and dance

Albany area youth have another opportunity for fun with "I Can Make It" summer camp July 25-26.

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Mount Zion Church grew from trying time

An Albany synagogue opens its doors to a flooded Baptist church in July 1994

Temple B’nai Israel made its synagogue available in 1994 for church members from Mount Zion Baptist Church to hold Sunday worship services.

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Sherwood to celebrate America’s heritage through music

Sherwood’s Independence Day program will reflect on the nearly 250 years of music that define many key times and events in America’s history.

City of Albany prepared for July 4 celebration | VIDEO

Fireworks set to begin at 9 a.m. on Fourth of July at Fairgrounds

Officials with the city of Albany have made thorough preparations to ensure fun and safety for all at its Independence Day Fireworks Celebration.

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