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Past articles by Bobby:

Albany park to get a $3 million makover

About $3 million upgrades are coming to Albany’s Driskel Park, formally known as Carver Park. → Read More

‘Albany, itself, is a hub’: A deeper look into human trafficking

Human trafficking is something that continues to happen across the globe and even here in the City of Albany. → Read More

‘Plant The Seed’ Run returns to Sylvester

A shell-cracking fun run is returning this weekend to Sylvester, and the pandemic is not slowing it down. → Read More

Last days of filming for movie ‘Bandit’ to be shot in Tifton

The last two days of filming for the movie “Bandit” will be done in Tifton this weekend after filming wrapped up in Valdosta. → Read More

No tax increases for Tift Co. residents as commission approves $29 million budget

No tax increases are coming to Tift County residents after commissioners approved the $29 million budget for the next fiscal year. → Read More

WCHS principal reads letter written by senior killed in car crash

Melissa Edwards opens up about Rose Jolly and the letter Jolly wrote her just two weeks before the fatal crash → Read More

Sylvester’s Second Friday’s draws in hundreds

Second Friday events are free to attend. → Read More

State recognizes late ‘Mr. Peanut’ with resolution to family

Frank McGill passed way back in March. → Read More

Efforts underway to save historic Albany building from demolition

People are fighting to keep an Albany property from being torn down that’s linked to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. → Read More

Miss Albany dreams big heading into Miss Georgia competition

With a ball gown, crown and a dream, one Albany 19-year-old is looking to make a change across the Peach State. → Read More

Tifton leaders consider converting Commerce Way to one way

City of Tifton leaders are looking at possibly converting Commerce Way down to a one-way street heading north. → Read More

Tifton surplus auction draws in $200K

One person’s junk is another person’s treasure. → Read More

No tax increases but employee raises coming as Lee Co. looks at $27 million budget

No tax increases are coming to Lee County residents as commissioners get ready to vote on the $27 million budget. → Read More

$1,000 reward offered in Terrell Co. burglary cases

Guns and money are some of the items that have been taken. The crooks are likely using four-wheelers to carry out the burglaries. → Read More

Albany Parks & Rec opens pools, other activities

Now if you’re wanting to cool off, the Driskell Pool is open. Also, water aerobics, body sculpting, and more are also available. → Read More

American Idol’s Willie Spence charity concert coming to Douglas on Friday

Over 7,000 tickets are up for grabs to see Douglas’ own American Idol, Willie Spence, live in concert. → Read More

Dougherty Co. EMS receives nearly 350 calls over Memorial Day weekend

Dougherty County paramedics were busy over Memorial Day weekend. → Read More

New traffic cameras up and running in Fitzgerald

Cameras are watching you in Fitzgerald. → Read More

Officials say voting in Dougherty Co. School Board District 2 election is off to slow start

Dougherty County residents still have time to hit the polls and vote for your child’s next Dougherty County School Board District 2 leader. → Read More

‘I’m trying not to cry’: Retiring colonel leaves big impact on cadet, Colquitt Co. community

In Moultrie, a tearful thank you was said to a colonel as he got ready to retire after over two decades of working at Colquitt County High School. → Read More