Visitors to the Flint Riverquarium always see wildlife. But a different kind of wildlife was on display Thursday night.
Sculptor Ott Jones came all the way from Montana to display his work at a reception.
Jones specializes in sculptures of animals such as wolves and birds.
He says inspiration comes easily to him.
"I get my inspiration and my ideas from me real life experiences. I love to hunt and fish and I've spent time outdoors," he said.
Attendees were able to enjoy food, music and the unveiling of a new sculpture by Jones.
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Thomasville police are looking for a suspect after a robbery at a convenience store late Sunday night.
Albany police are hoping the public can identify a suspect in an armed robbery.
AAA and Budweiser want to make sure your holidays and parties are safe ones. AAA Auto Club is offering their Tow-To-Go service during the Thanksgiving holiday.
An East Albany restaurant owner is opening his restaurant to anyone who needs a hot meal this Thanksgiving. This is the third year he has hosted this event for the less fortunate.
After the sudden death of executive director Roman Velasquez, the Albany Housing Authority held an emergency meeting Monday night to decide how to move forward.