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Past articles by Georgia:

Business owner set to open rage room in Albany

Amid a global pandemic, an Albany entrepreneur found a way to help people relieve frustration and pent up energy and make some money. → Read More

Business owner set to open rage room in Albany

Amid a global pandemic, an Albany entrepreneur found a way to help people relieve frustration and pent up energy and make some money. → Read More

Students, parents concerned after shooting near ASU campus

Albany State University (ASU) students and their parents said they are concerned after a shooting near the campus over the weekend. → Read More

Sweden reports no COVID deaths for a week

Sweden has registered fewer COVID deaths than Spain, the United Kingdom or Italy. → Read More

Former small business owner running for Ga. U.S. Senate visits Albany

Several candidates are hoping to be one of the United States Senators representing Georgia in the upcoming 2020 November election. → Read More

APD: Albany woman shot multiple times following Saturday morning confrontation

Jones faces two counts of aggravated assault and reckless conduct. → Read More

Houses, vehicles damaged in Albany shooting

“We heard the shooting, coming through the trees, it was in the car ports and everything,” said witness Rufus Moody. → Read More

‘All of us suffering’: Families unite in grief over gun violence in Albany

Families are speaking out after their loved ones were shot and killed in Albany over the past year. → Read More

DCSS to offer on-campus COVID-19 testing clinics

Several DCSS schools will now be able to provide necessary health checks to students, faculty and staff. → Read More

Tift County Schools ‘doing well’ during COVID-19 reopening

For Tift County Schools, the new COVID-19 protocol for staff and students is working out better than they expected, according to the school system. → Read More

‘This definitely helps’: After aging out of foster care, young adult experiences benefits of housing program

Every year, thousands of teenagers age out of the foster care system and the federal government is stepping in to help. → Read More

Dougherty Co. Judicial Building could get cameras that check temperatures

Since the COVID-19 pandemic began, a juror and other court staff tested positive for the virus. → Read More

APD asking gun owners to save shell casings

If you own a weapon that uses centerfire shell casing, and if that gun is stolen and used in a crime, saving the casing helps police. → Read More

DCSS explains how teachers will deliver instruction

The school board distributed 5,000 hotspots to ensure each student will have access to reliable internet. → Read More

Albany Police investigating fatal shooting after 31-year-old man found dead

Reports say Dion’s roommate was inside of the home at the time of the shooting. The roommate told police he entered the room and saw bullet holes in the back door and glass on the floor. → Read More

City and County leaders discuss future COVID-19 restrictions

Mayor Bo Dorough and Dougherty County Commission Chairman Chris Cohilias said strict plans are on the horizon. → Read More

Bicycle shop focusing on repairs looking ahead as nationwide bike shortage continues

The struggle for many to lay hands on some fresh wheels – and a lot of other parts, too – is real. → Read More

Albany State receives personal protective equipment donation

ASU is getting additional PPE and other supplies from the Georgia Emergency Management Agency. → Read More

Dougherty Co. Board of Elections looking for poll workers

The Dougherty County board of elections is looking to hire hundreds of poll workers. → Read More

Southwest Georgia leaders cracking down on human trafficking as cases rise

The Lily Pad Sane center sees about 400 victims a year, according to Martinez. She said children as young as six months have come to the center to be evaluated for sexual abuse. → Read More