September 23, 2005
Berrien County - Hundreds of marijuana plants are found growing in South Georgia.
Berrien County investigators and the Governor's Drug Task Force found 450 plants growing in a wooded area north of Alapaha. The plants were fully matured and had a street value of about $50,000.
No arrests have been made.
A group of Lee County middle schoolers is preparing to compete in the world finals of the Odyssey of the Mind competition.
People got their first tour inside the new and improved Commodore Conyers College and Career Academy, or 4C Academy, on Thursday.
A fair housing meeting took place earlier Thursday afternoon at the MicroBusiness Enterprise Building.
April 19 is now officially Reverend Johnnie Johnson Jr. Day in the city of Albany.
Another Albany Business is relocating to downtown. Downtown Dawsyn Boutique has announced they will be joining Flint Riverquarium and Pretoria Fields on Pine Avenue.