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Forbes: Five cities worse than Albany

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Tweet How bad is Albany hurting? Of 184 smaller metropolitan areas in the country, Albany ranks No. 179 in Forbes.com’s list of best and worst places for business and careers. Albany ranking was the worst among eight small metropolitan areas in Georgia.

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Storm damage. Realized.

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Tweet Albany State University’s gateway of sorts, the huge electronic sign on Radium Springs Road, collapsed during Sunday’s severe weather. University officials say they are attempting to determine whether they had a policy on the nearly $100,000 sign. The mess was cleaned up Monday.

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DC Golf Dominants the NJCAA Region XVII Championship

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Tweet ALBANY — The Darton College golf team’s jump from NJCAA Division II to Division I next season as they extend their NJCAA Championship prominence to nine appearances in a row.

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Ken Hodges Qualifies for Attorney General

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Tweet Prosecutor aims to protect all Georgians, stands on strong record ATLANTA — Ken Hodges (D), twelve-year District Attorney for Dougherty County, qualified this morning to run for Attorney General as the only Democratic candidate with the law enforcement experience required of Georgia’s chief law enforcement officer.

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Panthers crush Force 78-13

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Tweet The Albany Panthers set a franchise record for most points scored Sunday at the Albany Civic Center as they remained unbeaten with a 78-13 rout of the Greenville (S.C.) Force. The 78 points Albany (3-0) scored surpassed the 70 points the Panthers put up in a six-point win over the Lafayette (La.) Wildcatters the [...]

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Albany aviation history celebrated

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Tweet The Kiwanis Club of Dougherty County was “flying high” with its program on April 19. The club welcomed Marty Steiner, a noted authority on Georgia aviation history, as the speaker at the weekly luncheon meeting. Steiner’s particular focus was on Albany’s role in aviation history, specifically the Turner Field air corps base where many [...]

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