September 28, 2002
Albany- The National Kidney Foundation sponsored a free kidney disease health screening today at the Albany Civic Center.
Medical workers preformed a few easy tests to make sure patients' kidneys were in good shape. And each person received a free blood pressure check. Doctors say regular kidney checks can save lives.
Doctors also advise you to drink lots of water, and put down the sodas because they aren't good for the kidney.
Posted by 6:30PM by Jocelyn.Maner@walb.com
One of the largest employers in Southwest Georgia is now back open for business.
Hundreds of students in the Albany area took their next steps into further education or the workforce Thursday evening.
Dozens gathered at the Albany Civil Rights Institute on Thursday to commemorate the 50th Anniversary of the Fair Housing Act of 1968.
An elementary basketball coach in Terrell County was arrested by Edison police during a basketball game Thursday night.
With a large number of domestic violence victims in Dougherty County, one organization is hosting a 'Day of Service' Saturday to collect donations.