But just as we report on the bad, it is also our responsibility to tell you about the good things that happen where you live — the stories about neighbors helping neighbors, and South Georgians working together to make this an amazing place to raise our families.
Last week the Randolph County Election Board voted against a controversial proposal to shut down seven of the county's nine voting precincts, all of which are in predominantly African American communities.
Last week, a group of 48 young professionals came together to present their findings to better the city of Albany. The group, called 'Young Gamechangers,' is made up of folks from all over Georgia, and have been meeting for most of this year.
Election season is here, and state politicians are on the campaign trail in South Georgia cities talking about how important you are. Many candidates say they understand our frustration. However, do they really?
Immunizations – check! School supplies – check! Dress Code – check! School safety – check! It's that time across SW Georgia and we want to remind you of some important matters related to back to school!
Expanding the popular Flint River Walk through the community and even outside Albany's borders, is one step closer to becoming a reality. Last Tuesday community leaders unveiled their master plan for the flint river recreational trail.