Georgia Power Area Manager Jem Morris presented a donation from the Georgia Power Foundation to the South Georgia Technical College Foundation 2014 TechForce annual fund drive recently.
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Plenty to see and do on the ground and in the air at the Terrell County Airport this weekend
An Albany City Commissioner says parking restrictions in downtown is no longer needed. Commissioner B.J. Fletcher says the two hour parking restriction downtown is not business or visitor friendly.
One Grady County administrator has come up with a way to save money after county-administered cell phones were collecting dust and jacking up expenditures.
Keep Albany-Dougherty Beautiful officials say rain or shine, their 11th Annual Go Green Event will go on as planned Saturday.
On Thursday, Americus city council members got a first look at an ordinance that would prohibit comments from the public during council meetings.
Albany Police want to question two women about credit card fraud. Investigators want to question them about stolen credit card information used to make their purchases at Walmart and other stores in South Georgia.
A Cook High School student is now officially charged with carrying a weapon on a school premises. Investigators took out the warrant Thursday against 17 year-old Austin Guthrie, who remained in the Cook County Jail Thursday night.
Two people have been arrested in the murder investigation of Jasperin Armstrong.
Thomasville Police say they have made an arrest in connection to a burglary at Young Communications.