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Three Albany Statue University students traveled to Berlin in October for a symposium sponsored by the Department of English and American Studies at Humboldt University to present research related to W.E.B. DuBois and historically black colleges and universities.
More than 170 turned out for the Georgia Peanut Commission’s three-day Georgia Peanut Tour last year. The GPC is looking for nominations to fi…
The Georgia Farm Bureau Federation will conduct meetings on Monday during which peanut producers will nominate peers to represent the Georgia Peanut Commission’s Districts 2, 4 and 5. The terms of the commission members who currently represent these districts expire Dec. 31.
Identity theft is rampant in America. According to Javelin Strategy and Research, 16.7 million Americans were affected by identity theft just in the year 2017, with a total of $16.8 billion stolen – an average of just over $1,000 per affected American.
Unfortunately, identity thieves steal more than just money. By extension, they steal your faith and trust in others.
A new study by the Identity Theft Resource Center (ITRC) assesses the non-economic impact on identity theft victims. The ITRC's preliminary findings show a profound impact on how identity theft victims manage their daily lives.
Over 85% of identity theft victims surveyed felt worried, angry, and frustrated about their situation. Almost 84% felt a sense of violation, while over two-thirds of respondents reported they couldn't trust others – feeling unsafe an...
Funding for the Dougherty County Coroner’s Office comes from the county’s general fund. In 2017, the county administrator and the Dougherty County Commission approved an adopted budget of $157,464, representing an increase from $157,126 over 2016.
An advisory committee of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services recently issued a report on tick-borne disease, through which it cal…
In a report released earlier this month, an advisory committee for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services called for improved diagnosis, lab testing and treatment, as well as more funding in fighting Lyme disease and other tick-related diseases.