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Past articles by Amanda:

Dougherty Co. School System to offer free meals to kids over the

School may be out soon, but the Dougherty County School System will continue to feed students during the summer. → Read More

Dougherty teachers get their day in Supreme Court

A lawsuit stemming from Dougherty County is raising concerns about the constitutionality of a state child abuse registry in Georgia’s highest court. → Read More

Crime expected to increase during summer months

As the temperatures increase, crime is expected to as well. → Read More

Dougherty Co. students compete in Science Olympiad

Star students in Dougherty County enjoyed a day of science and learning on Friday at Chehaw Park. → Read More

Dougherty Co. teacher case heads to supreme court

A ruling by a Dougherty County judge is raising concern about a potentially flawed system by a state agency. → Read More

Homegrown Albany, Dougherty Co. leaders work together to protect

More than eight of the men and women who serve in the highest public safety positions in Albany and Dougherty County are homegrown. → Read More

VIDEO: Goose attacks firefighter during training session

"He scared me to death, but all I could do was laugh as I ran." → Read More

DCSS to host super summer camp sign up event

Parents in Dougherty County may want to carve out some time Saturday to stop by Merry Acres Middle School. The school system is hosting a "Super Summer Saturday" event for parents to sign kids up f... → Read More

Flu season not over for Southwest Georgia

While most of the state and country are saying goodbye to flu season, health officials in Southwest Georgia on Monday said we have a few more weeks to go. → Read More

Funds raised for St. Teresa's School at Spring Auction

Dozens of people gathered in Leesburg tonight to help raise money for Saint Teresa's Catholic School in Albany. The P-T-O put together the spring auction. People enjoyed live music and several it... → Read More

Golf Classic raises funds for Phoebe's Lighthouse

Close to 100 golfers have been enjoying today's sunshine with hopes to help cancer patients at Phoebe have a comfortable place to stay. → Read More

School of Tomorrow: A look at the 4C Academy and its impact

As the culture of education shifts, South Georgians are working to keep up. This year the Commodore Conyers College and Career Academy, also known as the 4-C Academy, opened its doors. → Read More

VIDEO: Dashcam shows county official pulled over twice in minute

New dash camera video shows a Dougherty County Commissioner pulled over for speeding twice within minutes. The incident happened in November. → Read More

Character witnesses testify in Albany murder trial

Zemal Fuentes, 21, from Thomaston, was shot, and pronounced dead at the hospital last October. → Read More

Car drives into Albany duplex, driver flees

Albany Police responded to a duplex after a truck hit the building, taking out power for one side of the street. → Read More

Americus police investigate shooting

Americus police are investigating a late night shooting. Police Chief Mark Scott said they were called to a house at 312 Ashby street just before midnight. Scott said multiple shots were fired at ... → Read More

Sutton's Landing boat ramp opens

South Georgians now have a new boat ramp to enjoy. The ramp at Sutton's Landing Park in Lee County was officially opened Wednesday morning. → Read More

Students test water robotics skills

It was a day full of water and robots Saturday at the Albany Area YMCA. Students from Lee and Cobb counties created robots that can swim. The middle school teams competed against each other for bo... → Read More

Albany murder trial scheduled to start Monday

One of the people prosecutors say killed a man during Albany State University's homecoming weekend is slated for trial next week. → Read More

Robberies down in Albany for 2018

The number of robberies is down this year in Albany and officials with the police department said that's in many ways, thanks to the hard work of business owners. → Read More