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  • Major road project takes a step forward

    Major road project takes a step forward

    Wednesday, April 23 2014 12:02 AM EDT2014-04-23 04:02:45 GMT
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  • City leaders approve new rules for model airplanes

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  • Voters hear from candidates at forum

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    Tuesday, April 22 2014 11:56 PM EDT2014-04-23 03:56:54 GMT
    Voters heard from more than a dozen political candidates at a forum Tuesday night hosted by the Albany Civil Rights Institute. People running in Dougherty County Commission, Dougherty County School BoardMore >>
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August 29, 2003

Albany - Rainy weather made for a messy start to the Labor Day holiday. The Holiday officially kicked off at 6:00 PM on Friday, and will continue until midnight on Monday.

The Georgia Department of Motor Vehicles predict 19 deaths this year, there were 17 last year. They have also predicted more than 2,000 crashes causing 804 injuries.

Dougherty County Police Chief, Don Cheek, says drivers need to obey the speed limit. They will be enforcing zero tolerance for people caught drinking and driving, speeding and not wearing their seat belts.

posted at 8:12 PM by karen.collier@walb.com

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