By Wainwright Jeffers - bio | email ALBANY, GA (WALB) – People of the Jewish faith are celebrating the start of a new year.
Wednesday is Rosh Hashanah, the first of the Jewish High Holy Days.
At Temple B'nai Israel in Albany, worshippers lit candles and blew the trumpet called a shofar. It's a time to look forward, but also a time to look back at the past year and repent for wrongdoings.
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A new doctor's office in Turner County has virtually eliminated the commute for parents needing after-hours urgent care for their kids.
If you live in Thomasville you may have noticed a lot of sirens and first responders near Archbold Hospital Thursday morning, it was only a drill.
A new fundraiser is aiming to help fund scholarships for Colquitt County students.
A Moultrie family is still pleading for answers after a 68-year-old woman was shot and killed more than a week ago. (Source: WALB)
Police are cautioning drivers to build in extra drive-time when classes start back in Albany Tuesday.