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Models gathered at the food court in the Albany Mall for a flash mob to show off the latest trends. "We just wanted to shine some light on the local talent.
"My best friend at the age of 32, when she was diagnosed with breast cancer, and she had two small children at home and I took regular flights from here in Albany to California to be with her while she went through treatment," says Penny Gregorio, Owner of 229 Yoga.
The Albany Parks and Recreation Department teamed up with "Youth Becoming Healthy" for their 6th annual "Albany Family Play Day" at Tift Park. Kids competed against Marines in potato sack races, plus there was some arts and crafts activities provided by Home Depot.
As of Sept. 9, the Defense Prisoner of War Missing Personnel Office had a total of 83,189 personnel listed as unaccounted for from World War II onward.
An East Albany woman wants to warn others about scammers making phone calls with the intent of stealing financial information. Wendy Laramore got a phone call Wednesday from a man who said he was from a card services agency and offered to lower the rate on her credit card.
Albany, Ga. a The owner of a Georgia peanut plant where a deadly salmonella outbreak originated five years ago approved sales of tainted food "whatever the risk," including shipments known to have tested positive for the bacteria and others sent with fake lab results and no real confirmation the products were safe to eat, a prosecutor told jurors during closing arguments in the food-poisoning trial Thursday.
Grandparents packed the gym of Lamar Reese Magnet School Friday morning to hear some Motown record music with their grandchildren. Students and teachers put together skits and performances for this annual event to thank their grandparents for all that they do.
The Child Death Investigation Team is looking into the death of a 6-month-old baby boy Thursday at a house in the 300 block of Carriage Lane. The child's mother, Tessa Katrins Soilberry has been arrested and charged with five counts of reckless conduct.
ALBANY, GA: Girl Scouts of Historic Georgia invites adults to take advantage of upcoming skills training courses along with the organization's volunteers this fall. Girl Scout volunteers receive some of the best training available at a remarkably low cost.
Albany transit introduced their new swipe cards on Thursday. Starting September 22nd the cards will be put to use.
Thursday marks 13 years since the 9/11 tragedy. Many people choose to reflect and honor those who serve our country.
Albany Police are searching for two armed robbers caught on camera hitting an East Albany store owner and threatening customers. Two masked men, dressed all in black, ran into Neighborhood Grocery on Johnson Road about 10:15 Wednesday night.
Albany Firefighters are willing to use thrown out junk in their effort to teach fire safety to children. Firefighters found this mule all terrain vehicle discarded as city surplus equipment after it stopped working.
Hundreds of brave firefighters and law enforcement officers lost their lives 13 years ago Thursday. Albany first responders about what the 9/11 anniversary means to them.
ALBANY, Ga. - Prosecutors are wrapping up their case against the owner of a Georgia peanut plant linked to a deadly salmonella outbreak, saying he knowingly approved shipments of tainted food "whatever the risk."
A solemn ceremony was held at the Marine Corps Logistics Base Thursday morning in honor of the victims of the September 11th terror attacks. 13 years later and the memory of that tragic day still comes rushing back for Colonel Don Davis."
Updated: Sun Sep 14, 2014 10:20 pm
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