Terry Lewis

Education Reporter

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terry.lewis@albanyherald.com

Terry Lewis is the education reporter and feature writer for The Albany Herald.

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Dougherty County School Board tables proposal to move Middle School Gifted Program to Robert Cross

While there is general support for the move, the School Board wants to have discussions with parents in regard to potential problems.

The Dougherty County Board of Education tables moving middle school gifted program from Merry Acres to ease overcrowding.

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Albany State University "Paint ASU Pink" event supports breast cancer awareness

More than 100 members of ASU's faculty, staff, students and community members wore pink to form a human pink ribbon.

ASU supports breast cancer awareness with more than 100 pink-clad supporters forming a human pink ribbon

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Albany Police Department plans to increase foot patrols downtown

APD Assistant Chief Mark Scott says the department will boost visibility and interaction with citizens

APD plans to boost downtown foot patrols, visibility and interaction with citizens

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Albany State University begins 2014 Homecoming celebrations

The events begin today with the crowning of a new Miss Albany State University at the Albany Municipal Auditorium

Albany State University kicks off Homecoming 2014 by recognizing the changes brought about by the Flood of 1994

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Lee County stuns Lowndes

Trojans build 21-point first-half lead, hold on

After given little chance to compete in the brutal Region 1-AAAAAA, the Trojans are suddenly looking like a postseason contender.

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Gov. Nathan Deal temporarily suspends campaign to mourn death of GOP staffer

Mack Burgess, 25, who died in an auto accident Tuesday, was the son of Albany musician Banks Burgess

Gov. Nathan Deal has temporarily suspended his campaign to lourn the death of campaign staffer Mack Burgess, whose father resides in Albany.

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Michelle Nunn promotes literacy during reading event at Martin Luther King Elementary

Nunn and more than a dozen volunteers visited the Albany school to read with students in support of Georgia’s literacy programs

U.S. Senate candidate Michelle Nunn visits Martin Luther King Elementary in Albany to promote reading in Georgia’s schools and to promote her candidacy for the U.S. Senate seat being vacated in january by U.S. Sen. Saxby Chambliss.

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Albany Area Chamber of Commerce holds annual Partners in Excellence breakfast

The partnership of local businesses and Dougherty County schools has produced benefits

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Dougherty County School System ready to install two new data centers

The new wireless network is part of the DCSS's Technology Refresh Initiative and One-To-One Technology Program

Dougherty School System ready to install two new $6 million network data centers

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Georgia Association of Educators endorses Jason Carter for governor

GAE President Sid Chapman says Gov. Nathan Deal is hurting public education in Georgia

GAE endorses Jason Carter for governor, says Gov. Nathan deal is hurting public education in Georgia

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