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WALB News Archives, May 2009




 Friday 5/1/2009

"Catwalk for the Cause" will benefit local hospice

Caregiving is a Three Ring Circus

Child held at gunpoint in home invasion

Clean hands are still the best medicine

Crack cocaine seized in drug bust

Did you win the $225 million?

Disaster Recovery Center stays open on Lowndes

Dougherty Co. Police has phone trouble

Dougherty family's flood insurance rate quadruples

Dougherty flood victims have place to file for assistance

Early retirement offered to school system employees

Georgia Receives Disaster Declaration for 23 more Counties

Georgia state lab tests H1-N1 specimens

House severely damaged by attic fire

How the YMCA is working to keep people healthy

It's Senior Day in the park

Jehovah's Witness convention books Albany

Model Airplanes swarm Andersonville

Officers help Special Olympics

Shots fired during home invasion

Suspects quickly captured after home invasion

Thomasville walks for cancer survivors

Valdosta man leaves major money to charities

Who is the coupon mom?

Albany High pair sign with Fort Valley State

English sisters running to Columbus

Indian football stars earn their scholarships

Knights had good not great day in field events

SCA's Cannady wins second title in high jump

ASU baseball wins a wild one

Conway gets the second leg of her triple crown

Lee County sweeps their way to region title


 Saturday 5/2/2009

Americorps clean-up Albany streets

ASU spring graduation is a family affair

Cops do more than just eat at Krispy Kreme this weekend

Doerun celebrates May Day

FEMA aid nears $2 million in South Georgia

Gunman robs Taco Bell and police need your help finding him

UAPRN meet in Albany

Deerfield-Windsor boys win state track

ASU falls to Stillman

Wildcats fall to Vipers

Local baseball/softball scores

Another runner up finish for ASU baseball

VSU softball wins GSC Championship

Darton wins district title


 Sunday 5/3/2009

88-year-old woman murdered

Albany man arrested for stabbing

Albany police investigate a homicide on West Highland

Albany teen injured during shooting

HB 529 encourages hunting and agri-tourism

Stolen bank deposit bag found

Another runner up finish for ASU baseball

Darton wins district title

VSU softball wins GSC Championship




 Monday 5/4/2009

Albany authorities confiscate drugs, guns

Albany woman foils burglary at her home

Albany's top cop begins service

APD to announce murder arrest...

Arrest made in cold case in Cairo

Commission Chairman issues pregnancy proclamation

Fake ID ring disbanded

FEMA assistance deadline is here

Former Darton golfer makes history at Mercer

Georgia sees second case of H1-N1

Graffiti remains on Albany apartment fence

Health Emergency declared because of mosquito population

Home invasion involving a 12 year old is a hoax

Home renovations surpass new construction

How can I apply for FEMA assistance?

How loud is your voice?

Knights, Valiants post diamond wins

Military wives work to bring troops home

Mosquitoes cause health emergency in 10 counties

Murder victim touched the lives of many

OT Burden inks with Brewton Parker

Public Works evaluates flooded areas

Putney frog problem could be here to stay

Rescue Mission resident charged with murdering volunteer

South Georgia Firefighters learn building rescue

T'ville fire trucks go hi-tech

Watch out for frogs!

Weather postpones Westover tennis

Who is the coupon mom?

Wildcats moving forward after Vipers loss




 Tuesday 5/5/2009

Albany burglars caught red handed

Albany Health Care

APD hopes to weed and seed

Baby inside during drug and gun raid

Baker's dozen counties get mosquito declaration

Black elderberries can help keep you healthy

Blazers stay alive at GSC baseball

Brooks sheriff makes Meth arrest

Burglary/assault suspects hunted by APD

Chris Lovett inks with South Carolina State

Confirmed Ga. H1-N1 cases climb to four

D-W sponsors tenth medieval festival

Food Bank continues its mission in Moultrie

Front end loader kills man on the job

Georgia's speeders face hefty fine under new super speeder law

Girls Inc. celebrates and awards girl power

Lee County faces tough first round opponent

Lobbyist at odds with Dukes' voting record

Man stabs pregnant girlfriend

Monroe girls sprint to region track title

Monroe hurdler jumping to SC State

Mosquitoes prompt SW District Health Emergency declaration

New APD chief has big job ahead

Students learn from disaster drill

Thomasville boys in final four

Tough ending for Lady Patriot tennis

Two women attacked in central Albany

US no longer advising schools close for swine flu

Valdosta offers lunch-time concerts

Who could attack helpless older women?




 Wednesday 5/6/2009

ADICA can move forward with development bond money

Albany church air conditioner stolen

Albany Museum Offers Kids Programs

Albany Police search for attacker

Blackwood extends VSU baseball season

Citizens attend gang awareness seminar

Cook County added to disaster declaration

Dream season comes to an end for Thomasville soccer

Fallen Decatur county officer remembered

Farmers received too much rain

Federal workers group convenes in Albany

Georgia announces three more probable H1N1 cases

Georgia follows Arizona in voter registration

Georgia most entrepreneurial state in USA

Grady county sheriff fires chief deputy

Hispanic church reaction to Swine Flu

Job searches require more time these days

Lanier County deputy arrested in Valdosta

McClure finds a home at Huntingdon College

Mitchell Co. disaster recovery center opens

No Carver pool, but programs still in place

Putney family marooned by flood water

Riley wins the GSWGA spring title

Ritz Cultural Center will soon come back to life

Rose bushes ripped from beds in Colonial Village

Southwest Public Health District issues Flu update

State tax free holidays return

Terrell Academy star signs with Darton softball

Tift and Worth are ready for federal public assistance

Two indicted for armed robberies in Valdosta

Valdosta's Rowe staying close to home

Valwood, SCA's Pearce have big days at GISA golf

Wildcats defense faces heavy load against Horsemen





 Thursday 5/7/2009

Do fast food restaurants need surveillance?

Safety is the watchword for USMC

Repair plans for Broad Av. Bridge nearly complete

Arrest made in Colquitt Co. murder

Albany hotel business is picking up

Man arrested after firing shots

D.A. to seek life without chance of parole in Albany murder

Crops are OK despite the heavy rains

Lowndes County battles the mosquitoes

MCLB observes Nat'l Day of Prayer

APD investigates another home invasion report

North Slappey Subway held up again

Supporters rally to help fired assistant Albany fire chief

Darton graduates are confident about job outlook

First meeting about DCSC retirement incentive

Albany Police search for armed robbers

Georgia's probable swine flu cases increase

Driver charged with following too close when tractor flips

Miller county roads: $1.5 million in damage

Phoebe doctor a finalist for South Asian Excellence Awards

My house flooded, what does FEMA cover?

Lee County leaders travel to Atlanta to ensure projects future

More Ga. counties eligible for federal disaster assistance

#1 Lee County stunned by Glynn Academy

Blazers make GSC title game

Wounded Lady Blazers ready for DII tennis regionals

Vikings glad to be back in playoffs




 Friday 5/8/2009

Albany embarks on a trade mission to China

Albany-produced Christian movie hit the big screen

Ashburn's top cop fired

Businesses want break on inventory tax

City approves absences, Fullerton to be reinstated

Cordele school celebrates farmers

Cost of a first class stamp going up

Dougherty County students rewarded for hard work

Dougherty tax group praises assessment freeze

Family of murdered Albany woman prays for killer

Georgia Firefighters 'Give Burns the Boot'

Middle schoolers learn about careers

Mother's Day shopping during the recession

Murder trial begins Monday

New APD Chief lays out plans for crime prevention

Nurses have hands blessed

Raw sewage forces several families out of their homes

Reward $ offered for stolen plants

South Albany community celebrates together

Southwest Georgia Health District scales back H1N1 response

Stamp out hunger food drive has big goal

Students get hands-on lesson in agriculture

GHSA and GISA High School Baseball Scores

Lady Blazer tennis cruises to regional finals

Muleriders take GCS baseball title

SCA trio signing with colleges




 Saturday 5/9/2009

A surprise one homeowner could hardly believe

Bikers open their heart for someone who needs a heart

Mega mart convenience store robbed in Adel

Police investigate a murder in Sparks

South Georgia stamps out hunger

Young Leader's Society takes 100 students to Wildcats Game



Sunday 5/10/2009

Economy alters Mother's Day

Georgia disaster aid exceeds $3 million

Monroe track wins state championship

Pageant was a Mother's Day hit

Restaurants saw steady crowds on Mother's Day

Saturday's baseball and and soccer scores

South Georgia wins a wild one

Sweet 16 for VSU Softball






 Monday 5/11/2009

22-year-old was shot in chest after argument

Albany gang member captured after chase

Bainbridge welcomes SBA disaster loan center

Click It or Ticket crackdown on rural roads

Cole Fuller inks with Florida Community College

Cook High football player dies during practice

Driver's trailer catches fire in Lowndes County

Easter Seals 'Quest for the Bounty' Treasure Hunt

Federal public assistance begins in Tift County

FEMA helps South Georgia clean up

FEMA opens Berrien disaster recovery center

Former ASU basketball player, coach passes away

H1N1 virus steers clear of southwest Georgia

Home protection class being offered in Colquitt County

Lady Cavs softball heading to nationals

Multiple deaths on Georgia roads Monday

Museum auction will be shorter this year

Next year's property tax bill will climb

Rams get new opening opponent this season

Safari Golf for Chehaw

School leaders look to increase achievement, save money

Small/Disadvantaged Office changing shape

Southland's Kathryn Fowler State co-medalist

Space Shuttle heads for Hubble

'Stamp out Hunger' helps Food Bank

Staples offers free job-hunting help

Stimulus funds will help pay for summer school in Dougherty County

Teens kidnapped at Albany dam

VSU baseball headed to post season

Worth Sheriff recovers after heart surgery



 Tuesday 5/12/2009

A huge welcome for Ward

AFD extinguishes FedEx truck fire

Albany joins in Tourism Week

Albany teen on trial for armed robbery

Black farmers move closer to federal government settlement

College presidents can choose to furlough employees

Cook County High mourns football player's death

Cut budget items back in

Deerfield-Windsor baseball ready for quarterfinals

Exchange Club honors Dougherty student

Fire rips through Pelham warehouse

Georgia offers another incentive to potential home buyers

Georgians step up against hunger

Heritage House won't die

Lee County leaders work on budget

Lowndes baseball ready for second round

Lowndes County proposes green power plant

Lowndes football looking to fill holes

Moultrie man charged with kidnapping

Regents OK college furloughs

Rising credit card rates hurt many

Sign blitz targets Albany's right of ways

State encourages home ownership

State transportation system to get overhaul

Testimony begins in Toomer murder trial

There's a new DCSS Teacher Of The Year

Thomasville football reloading

Turner County's Holland takes Tift County job

VSU men's athletics are best in the Gulf South

Young suspects accused of robbing Cairo Hispanics




 Wednesday 5/13/2009

40 assets for kids

Births to unwed moms rising, N. Europe beats U. S.

Blazer baseball ready to gamble at regionals

Car, truck collide in East Albany

Competition burns in Law Enforcement Cook Off

Crooks want your checkbook

Darton College continues to grow

Did you hear what I heard?

EMS pioneer honored

Exchange Club makes donation to Open Arms

Georgia dog rides a motorcycle

Georgia H-1N-1 confirmed cases climbs to 8

Hornets, Vikings both headed to game three

Insurance rating improves for City of Sylvester

Job fair draws dozens of jobseekers

Jury watches crime scene video

Kennedy earns second AF2 player honor

Lowndes County to vote on Commission expansion

Missing Cairo woman found alive

Murder Trial continues

Nationwide retail sales fell for a second straight month

No private school tuition deductions

One burglar brother arrested, one still wanted

Pelham fire ruled arson

Pelham shooter arrested in Moultrie

Perdue vetoes money to help Darton

Recession may cost Albany a school

Regulations blamed for industrial vacancy

Rural Click it or Ticket Campaign hit S.W. Ga.

Saving Agrirama's choo-choo

SBA to close disaster loan outreach centers on Friday

Storm victim says she's getting the run-a-round

Sylvester seniors wait on city storm repairs

Thomas prison wants more state prisoners

What will be done with the Cooper property once the plant closes?

Wreck on U.S. 19 snarls traffic




 Thursday 5/14/2009

Anthony Jordan gets two life sentences

Arrests made in nightclub owner's murder

Chrysler issues dealer closure list

Darton College disappointed by the Governor's veto of their project

Folks who live near school say keep it open

Gospel concert to help family of 15

Home Invasion suspect arrested

Job fair attracts over 600 people

Kids Cafe kicks off at Albany Boys & Girls club

Law enforcement memorial honors fallen officers

Lowndes Chamber of Commerce names Small Business of the Year

Man shoots ex-girlfriend's hand and hits another with the same gun

McCoy arrested for home invasion

Middle School students are coming to ASU

Moore robbery trial continues

Mosquito situation improving in areas that were sprayed

P&G wants smaller payroll

Thirteen Georgia Chrysler dealers on closure list

Tifton dealership kicked out of Albany

Toomer found guilty by Dougherty jury

Torch Run passes through Lee County

Two arrested for ice pick murder in Sparks

Two men arrested for business copper theft

Vikings, Hornets advance to elite eight

Westover duo sign four-year scholarships

Woman commits suicide at store in Leesburg

Woman commits suicide in parking lot




Friday 5/15/2009

$5,000 Ecstasy bust in Thomasville

Community helping family of 15 who lost everything

Community Vigil for football player who died suddenly

County may attack skeeters from the air

Deadline for School system early retirement today

East Albany fire ruled Arson

Flint River Habitat benefits from grant to rehab foreclosed homes

"Flame of Hope" makes its way through Albany

Food for Thought - Restaurant Inspections - May 7-13, 2009

GPS devices should pay for themselves

Jury deadlocked in Moore trial

Kids face dangers in the kitchen

Knights cruise in game one over Crusaders

Lady Cavs coming home with good finish at nationals

Local GM dealer reacts to dealerships closing

Monroe freshman wins high jump title

New power plant in Lowndes will produce green energy

New system limits teen drivers

Pelham school system could lose 21% of workforce

Ripped off Riviera breaks owner's heart

Sallas Mahone dedicates classroom to fallen hero

Security cameras going in up downtown Albany

Special Olympics holds Albany competition

Tift High receives Ford driver donation

VSU women drop game one at Huntsville

Williams murder trial scheduled Monday

Work-related accident claims one life





 Saturday 5/16/2009

Benefit concert for family of 15 who lost everything in fire

Boy Scouts welcome special needs children

FEMA says don't take first NO for an answer

Georgia Marines gather in Albany for convention

Kindervision comes back to Albany

Lee Co. seniors party for a good cause

Lee County teen shares her passion for the stage

Monroe girls match the boys on the track

Pets are in greater danger of getting heart worms

String of Albany burglaries have residents on alert

Walk-off homer sends Deerfield-Windsor into GISA AAA semifinals

Wildcats pull out big road win at Quad City


Sunday 5/17/2009
Albany man mugged at his front door

Darton golfers ready for nationals

Muleriders eliminate Valdosta State for second straight week

Search continues for Decatur DUI suspect

Turner County hoop stars finalize college plans

Worth County two-way star chooses baseball




 Monday 5/18/2009

Click it or Ticket kicks off with free sandwiches

Co-defendant in Albany murder case to stand trial

Colquitt County's Trendon Jones inks with Waycross CC

Cook baseball looking for return to semifinals

Could you get your gun back?

County drivers put their skills to the test

Crime spree ends with Thomasville man's arrest

Critical medical care may come from above

Darton freshman playing for two titles this week

Dougherty County Police investigating a string of home invasions

Gaines continues trips to So. Africa

Heavy rain means many bugs this year

Hurricane preparations started

Is there HOPE for Dougherty Students?

Job seekers tune in for job fair

Landfill will miss Cooper business

Lapham Patterson House may close soon

Lowndes prepares for quarterfinals

Persistence pays off with FEMA

PLC students honored in downtown Albany

Special report: Tracking Germs

State park pass fees will make a jump

Temperatures up, so are the gas prices

Thieves target Pelham businesses

This school or that school? Parents now have a choice

UGA foundations lose millions in sagging economy

Valdosta police fight crime in new ways

Westover's Breedlove looks to continue football career



 Tuesday 5/19/2009

15,000 retired teachers to receive back pay

Albany Police look for armed robber

City dealers deal with blight of their own

City to smooth business process

Colleges contract amid tight budgets

Colquitt County residents take Home Protection 101

Cook and Blessed Trinity headed for game 3

Darton golf has slim first round lead

DCP chases down fleeing suspect

Did politics get in the way of bringing money to Albany?

Drug bust made at Albany motel

Finances may shorten vacations

Four Syrupmakers sign college scholarships

GA receives 63 million for HIV/Aids patients

Hurricane season is upon us

Icard will walk-on at Troy

If teachers are losing jobs, why build a new high school?

P&G may get local tax breaks

Phoebe Putney nurses learn what it's like to have a stroke

Plea deal for Albany man on trial for murder

Prostitutes busted in Albany

Rural healthcare could improve in Boston

Season comes to an end for Lowndes baseball

South Georgia banks and credit unions seeing growth

States holds price gougers to account

Stealing copper lands Mitchell Co. man in jail

Sylvester soldier arrested for theft

Valdosta boy accidentally shot and killed by brother




 Wednesday 5/20/2009

'Big C' makes first court appearance

Assault victim grateful for community action

ASU hurdler ready for nationals

ASU present scholarships to best and brightest

Cooper Tire will close sooner than expected

Dismissed fireman files suit against city

Dougherty tax base could drop $1.6M

Drivers react to Gas gouging

EDC lays out future plans

GISA region 3-A dominating state final four

Health Care Reform. Is it possible?

Hornets reach AA semifinals

Jolivette has community support

Lady Titans sign nine more players

Lake Park couple scores free camping RV

LCMS gets life saving gift in memory of student's mother

List of "No Excuses" Schools

Loose ladders lead to wreck

Moody bids farewell to a respected leader

Mother at home when son was accidentally shot

Need a client? Try Uncle Sam

NFL star Vick leaves prison for home confinement

Prostitution problems persist in Albany

South Georgia girl loses her hair

Special Report: On the Pole

Technology lets troopers stay on the highway

Tour Albany via Facebook

Worth County Administrator, Clerk fired




 Thursday 5/21/2009

Albany man sentenced for sexual assault

Albany Woman's Club recognizes their top woman for 2009

Another worker dies at Cooper Tire plant

Boyd has been Knights ace

Cairo High School graduates largest class

Cavaliers still in hunt in third place

Copper stolen from under Albany Church

DCP loses good officers due to low pay

Endangered designation could bring grant dollars for Flint River

Food for Thought - Restaurant Inspections - May 14 - 20, 2009

Gas price spike unwelcome

Georgia basketball coach excited about transfer

Georgians can't brag about driving skills!

Graduate, take a limo ride

Hughston Clinic opens Lee Co. office

Innocent woman shot inside her home

Jobless outlook may be grim

Man runs over Trooper's foot

New APD chief involved in law enforcement training

Police brotherhood wants to reach out

Quick action contains sulfur reaction at P&G

Richt excited about 2009 football season

State parks increase pass fees

Stay safe on the lakes this holiday weekend

Teen gives back to Red Cross on 16th birthday





 Friday 5/22/2009

10 years AYP for Lamar Reese

AFD investigate suspicious fire

Albany delegation vents its differences

Americans hit the road for Memorial Day weekend

APD investigates multiple armed robberies

Berrien Co. women learn self defense

Bicyclist struck by car

Could a bad economy keep more students in school?

Darton ready for final round showdown

Dougherty Spring Football

Dr. Beach lists the best beaches

Expect a rainy Memorial Day weekend

Fewer than two dozen take school system retirement

Funeral arrangements made for 7 year old gunshot victim

Judge Blitch suffers ruptured appendix

Marines return to Albany

Morris College signs two Albany athletes

Proctor takes APD oath

Rain postpones GISA semifinals in South Georgia

Rivals will meet for GISA Class A baseball title

Robert Cross Middle is first "Heart Safe" school

Senior's twist contest highlites picnic

Tifton, GA officer is the Top Cop in the nation

Valdosta bank robbed

Weather caused graduation issues Friday night

Woman stabbed in the back during fight

You can feed the alligators at Chehaw



 Saturday 5/23/2009

Rain delays GISA semifinals again

Darton golf finishes runner up again



 Monday 5/25/2009

1.1 million approved in SBA loans for Georgia flood victims

Boaters take advantage of fun close to home

Businessman hopes tournament might help Albany's economy

Cyclist hit Friday dies

Lowes works to reverse blood shortage

Memorial Day is not holiday for all

Nine die on Georgia's Highways, including a south Georgia man

Rain didn't dampen some holiday picnics

Thomasville honors Memorial Day

Tiftarea Patriots honor fallen heroes



 Tuesday 5/26/2009

A delayed produce harvest could hurt Georgia farmers

City leaders ready to stimulate, weed and seed

Crash claims life of Tift County man

Hispanics react to President's Supreme Court nomination

Hit and run cold case information sought

Knights, Trojans try again Wednesday

Lady Rams win another SIAC commissioner trophy

Lee leaders say no to road closure, yes to Grand Island plan

Monday's Baseball Scores

More support for Jolivette

Motorcyclist name released in high-speed chase

New food safety web site hopes to spark changes

Pelham entrepreneurs inspire the unemployed

Protections against lightning danger

Putney waters recede in time for more rain

Recession hurts child support collection

Senior prank lands three in the Ben Hill County jail

Summer jobs tough to find

Three Albany Police Officers fired

Waycross jury to begin talks in killing

Wildcats have big plan for weekend and future in Albany



 Wednesday 5/27/2009

Albany city leaders hope to spur downtown living

Albany Fire Department responds to fire

APD holds news conference to announce arrests

Consumer confidence soared in May

Correctional officer arrested

County disaster plan due for over-haul

District Attorney seeks grants to fight crime

Drug suspects identified

FEMA wants you to reach out

Fire heavily damages house

Fourth case of Meningitis possible in Valdosta

Gang Unit educates about gangs, asks for help

Good travel deals during bad economic times

Grass not always greener for turf farmers

Guardsmen get a lift from Sherwood

Hackers have Georgia's universities and colleges checking security

Home invasion suspects arrested

Keep kids safe as they splash in the pools

Kids eat free in Thomasville

Kilo of cocaine seized in ADDU raid

Knights and Trojans waive white flag on mother nature

Off-duty officer runs down thief suspect

Rivals ready to battle for state baseball title

School Incentive Plan finalized

Search continues for Valdosta bank robbers

State Parks, Historic Sites see budget cuts

Stimulus funds are put to use in Albany

Stimulus funds provide for freshman program

Three Colquitt grads never missed a day

Wildcats ready to get back to action


Thursday 5/28/2009

'Fake cop' indicted

78-year-old man drives car through dealership

Albany Police Hunt Attempted Robbery Suspect

ASU police conduct emergency drill

Contraband problem grows in Georgia jails

Dogs, Noles ready for NCAA regionals

Eagles, Patriots wait until Friday

Escapee sought in connection with Albany armed robbery

GISA championship game postponed

Investigators reveal more about January's Walmart death

Low income customers get WG&L HOPE

Manhunt underway in Albany for escapee

Men with guns arrested at Heritage Bank

Moody Air Force Base gets a change of command

Occupants of vehicle escape tragedy by a second

Rate increase for WG&L customers

Ray City F. D. starts aggressive fire safety campaign

Senator Sims concerned about state budget

Taxpayers group will appeal negative ruling

Teacher fired for 'Sexting'

Truck crashes through dealership-

Valdosta felon who owned deadly gun arrested

Valdosta Tech now offers nursing degree





 Friday 5/29/2009

Albany escapee captured

Arrest made in stolen classic Buick case

ATC and ASU turn out successful graduates

Budget cuts hurt agencies in need

Budget cuts will force Georgia Agrirama to make cuts

Building on decades of success

Charges filed against three men in bank parking lot

Child revived after pool rescue

Citizens chase down theft suspects

Counting each tree in the city

Domestic violence on the rise

Food for Thought - Restaurant Inspections - May 21 - 27, 2009

Fourth meningitis case confirmed in Valdosta

From dry to wet

Haymakers are happy with the rain

Lapham-Patterson locking it's doors for good

Livestock will benefit from steady rain

Mitchell county commission is suing the Sheriff

More charges against Bowen, Sloan

New budget puts state parks at risk

Patriots take game one over Terrell Academy

Sale City councilman charged with felony

Shooting victim's mother hands out gun locks

Some Dougherty County residents have been without water for a month

Sumter sheriff conducts women's gun class

Tattnall Square takes game 3

Texting the Emergency Room

Thief fires shot into store ceiling

Three's Company Gifts and More

Watchful workers likely averted robbery



 Saturday 5/30/2009

Albany pizza delivery driver hijacked

Business raises funds for Ward Wright

Drivers worried about GM bankruptcy

Eagles force game 3

Lane Landing residents receive special treatment

Randolph Southern wins state championship

Time running out to apply for federal help



Sunday 5/31/2009
Albany police investigate shooting and stabbing

Another downtown business closes in Albany

Let's make a bid

Volunteers help Lily Pad leap into new facility

Wildcats spoil Stingley homecoming


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