Albany State University celebrated summer and fall graduates of the Masters of Public Health program on Friday, December 3, 2021.
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There’s plenty to do this weekend in the Albany area. Check out these suggestions:
- Baltimore top prosecutor Marilyn Mosby has been mired in controversy since she took office
- The worst fires in New York City history have something in common: Immigrant victims
- Forget New Year's resolutions. It's time to commit to stop doing things that don't work for you
- Djokovic loses visa appeal, won't play in Australian Open
- Dougherty coroner responds to pair of Monday-morning deaths
- Check-cashing scheme leads to arrest of Macon man on weapons charge
- Deerfield-Windsor celebrates two national champions on Georgia football team
- Georgia secretary of state calls for nationwide ban on non-citizen voting
- Jones files election complaint against placement of drop box in DeKalb County
- Georgia Bulldogs beat Alabama for first national championship since 1980
- State Republicans rankled by administration’s voting rights agenda
- Tsunami advisories lifted in US after waves hit Tonga following volcanic eruption
- Lee County duo, Dougherty's Kameron Davis headline locals on Georgia High School Football Daily All-State Football Team
- Macon Crimestoppers list 15 most wanted
- Counties with highest COVID-19 infection rates in Georgia
- GET OUT THERE: 5 things to do in southwest Georgia this weekend, Jan. 14-16
- PHOTOS: UGA National Championship Parade in Athens
- PHOTOS: Westwood vs. Southwest Georgia Basketball
- PHOTOS: Dougherty vs. Westover Basketball
- PHOTOS: First Day of Spring Semester at Albany State University
- PHOTOS: Georgia defeats Alabama for CFP National Championship
- PHOTOS: Transitions: Two new Albany City Commission members take office on Monday
- PHOTOS: Albany State New Student Orientation
- PHOTOS: Biden, Harris speak in Atlanta as part of voting rights push
January is the beginning of a new year and the perfect time to start the year celebrating National Blood Donor Month.
Due to increased seasonal illnesses during the winter months and inclement weather conditions, donations of blood and platelets decline, and demand increases. The American Red Ross encourages everyone can donate to continue their donations or for those who have never donated, to make an appointment. Blood donation is safer than ever before and saves lives. Millions of people including cancer patients, organ recipients, and victims of accidents rely on blood donations from people like you and me.
To find the closest location to donate blood, go to www.redcross.org/give-blood.html
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