Tuesday's commission meeting has been rescheduled, officials say.
The EPA has a new interactive map showing those entities expelling pollutants into the environment.
Monday night's commission meeting was a sight to behold. The commission chambers -- which are normally more quiet than a Monday morning church on commission nights -- was packed to the gills with people looking to take in history as Dorothy Hubbard took the oath of office for mayor and ...
Dougherty County officials will speak with the Georgia Department of Transportation in hopes of clarifying the DOT's position on how fast people should be allowed to go on Gillionville Road. The road, which has recently had a portion widened to four lanes, was originally set at 55 miles-per-hour from Lockett ...
Commissioner Tommie Postell bids farewell to Mayor Willie Adams in his own way Tuesday.
A new report out this week shows that the gap between the wealth earned by elected members of Congress and their constituents has grown considerably over the last 10 years, but in Southwest Georgia, things are a little different.
It wouldn't come as a shock that the city commission's newest member, Ward II's Rev. Ivey Hines, would have an issue with alcohol consumption. After all he is a pastor. But based on his voting record in his first two official meetings, Hines has picked up a trait from his neighbor at the table from Ward I -- voting against everything dealing with alcohol.
This weekend, Congress had a chance to perform a true Christmas miracle...work together and they failed.
Following this blog should be a lot like watching NASCAR, the day-to-day may end up being pretty mundane, but watching me crash and burn should be epic. And don't forget to follow me @Phat_Reporter on Twitter.
There are too many dominating personalities in the mayor's race for any one to take it all the first go 'round.
Contrary to popular belief I would argue that voting is not a right. It's not some priviledge drafted up by Thomas Paine and Benjamin Franklin; it is, instead, every freedom-loving American's obligation. It's payment for services rendered, or, in some cases, not rendered.
With qualifying over, now is when the fun really starts.
There are some new developments in the pipe for the Good Life City.
Ward VI Candidate Victor Edwards is running against Kowana McKinney and incumbent Tommie Postell for a seat on the Albany City Commission.