January 25, 2007
Albany -- Two Albany teens led Police and Deputies from two counties on a high speed chase Wednesday night, before crashing their S.U.V. near Albany's airport.
The teenage boy and girl, which Georgia State Patrol troopers did not have exact ages for today, were clocked at speeds over 90 miles per hour as they ran from Baker County Deputies.
Trooper say the chase started a little before 9 PM on Highway 91 in Baker County, when they refused to pull over for a traffic stop.
The chase ended at Newton Road and Forsyth Street in Albany, when the teen's lost control, struck a sign, and overturned the Chevy Suburban.
Troopers said the S.U.V. Belongs to one of the teen's parents.
The teenage boy was treated at a local hospital, then both teens were turned over to Baker County Juvenile Authorities, charged with traffic violations.
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.