Terry Lewis is the education reporter and feature writer for The Albany Herald.
The story revolves around Greg Wittkamper and the early years of desegregation at Americus High
Race relations and a man named Greg Wittkamper prompted Auchmutey to write “The Class of ‘65: A student, A Divided Town and the Long Road to Forgiveness.”
Two face misdemeanor charges in Sylvester Road Elementary School theft
Dougherty County School Police lodge misdemeanor theft charges against two custodians
Albany child mentor/tutor program reaches out to struggling elementary students
Begun in 2007 at Covenant Presbyterian Church, Whiz Kids has grown to nine church-school partnerships in the Albany area.
Seabaugh said that every dollar saved today will help offset education expenses tomorrow
Mitch Seabaugh, executive director of Georgia’s Path2College 529 Plan, touts early college savings plan and $30,000 sweepstakes.
Bad weather last month delayed her receiving her award for being an inspiration to the Y family
Dan Gillan, Albany Area YMCA CEO, honored Annette Bullard at the monthly meeting of “the breakfast club,” a group of YMCA seniors who meet monthly for fellowship and birthday celebration.
The school will be seeking funds to send the ASU Marching Band to the Tournament of Roses Parade
Tournament of Roses Parade President Mike Matthiessen to visit Albany next week to get a first-hand look at the ASU Marching Band
Desks, chairs and other items were taken from vacant Sylvester Road School without permission
Dougherty County School System officials say a misdemeanor charge of theft is planned to be filed against two people by the end of the week in connection with the taking of school district property from a school closed in 2013.
Dougherty County School System disciplines five custodians for theft.
After stolen items found in a Lee County day care center, DCSS disciplines five of its custodians.
The school project is aimed at promoting literacy and a love of reading
Thirty-eight SCA first graders donated $6 each and a book to create a Little Free Library at Webb Park where people can take, or donate, a book.
The past year has been good for Dougherty’s public library system
Board approves extending hours at Downtown Central and Northwest libraries