Albany-Dougherty Economic Development Commission interim
president Justin Strickland is one step away from having the job permanently.
The EDC's presidential search committee voted to recommend
Strickland for the job at a meeting Tuesday morning.
Commission chair Jay Smith says he will soon schedule a
meeting for the full commission to approve Strickland's hiring.
Strickland has been with the EDC for seven years.
When approved, he will succeed Ted Clem who left in January
for a job in Alabama.
A nonprofit film office in Los Angeles, FilmL.A., released a new report that names Georgia the number one filming location worldwide.
Southwest Georgia is faced with an aging population. One senior home living organization is preparing now to meet the future ballooning needs for elder care.
Americus city leaders are bringing back their farmer's market.
More downtown businesses in Americus are getting grants to fix up their storefronts to attract more customers.
Emergency management officials continue to urge residents to stay vigilant Wednesday night, even though most of the storms have already passed.